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Remembering One in One Million

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How Australia Saved Thousands of Lives While Covid Killed a Million Americans

MELBOURNE, Australia — If the United States had the same Covid death rate as Australia, about 900,000 lives would have…

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The Toll of One Million Covid Deaths in the U.S

A widow in North Carolina whose husband died of Covid-19 feels crushed when she hears people talk casually about life…

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How America Reached One Million Covid Deaths

The magnitude of the country’s loss is nearly impossible to grasp. More Americans have died of Covid-19 than in two…

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One Million

The number of known deaths from Covid-19 in the United States will soon reach one million. Listeners reflect on the…

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Massachusetts to Pay $56 Million After Deadly Covid Outbreak at Veterans’ Home

Massachusetts said on Thursday that it had agreed to pay $56 million to resolve claims that the leaders of a…

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Ford Reportedly Sells $214 Million Worth of Its Shares in Electric Truck Maker Rivian

Ford Motor sold eight million shares of electric-car maker Rivian Automotive for $214 million (roughly Rs. 1,652 crore), or $26.80…

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US Offers $15 Million Reward for Information on Conti Ransomware Group

The US on Friday offered a reward of up to $15 million (roughly Rs. 115 crore) for information on the…

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Reliance Jio Reports 10.9 Million Reduction in Customer Base in Last Quarter, While ARPU Rose

India’s largest telecom operator Reliance Jio on Friday posted an about 24 percent jump in standalone net profit at Rs.…

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Zepto Raises $200 Million in Fresh Funding, Company Now Valued at $900 Million

Grocery startup Zepto said on Tuesday it has raised $200 million (roughly Rs. 1,530 crore) in fresh funding that values the company…

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