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Why Is Lemonade Stock Down? Is It Time to Buy?

Life is still in its early days and Lemonade is still testing and iterating on the product experience to ensure it is both fantastic and delightful. As for the much anticipated Car Insurance, the ...

Why Time Out’s Julio Bruno Believes Leisure And Travel Can Rise Again

Time Out was forced to rebrand as Time In during the pandemic, but its chief executive believes better times are ahead ...

Why is Aquarius so rare? The interesting reason why Aquarius is 'unique'

Aquarius season typically lasts from January 20 until February 18, and people born when the Sun is in Aquarius are thought to be very unique. Never met an Aquarius? Express.co.uk reveals why Aquarius ...

Why now is the perfect time for a midlife career reboot

It didn’t involve tanks or flag-waving but, to those who feel they’re on the midlife career scrapheap, it might prove just as radical. “We know that having the right skills and training is the route ...

Why the first-time home buyer incentive is struggling to gain traction

The underused first-time home buyer program is being expanded. Critics say it does little to help affordability ...

Why is Bennifer 2.0 so exciting? Because last time, we screwed it up

The pair's apparent reunion has many of us cheering — not only for the triumph of true love but also for the chance at a much-needed media do-over.

Why NIO Stock Is Down Today

Shares of Chinese electric-vehicle maker NIO were trading lower on Thursday, after a Wall Street analyst said that the ongoing global shortage of semiconductors wil ...

Should trigger warnings be scrapped? Alerts at the beginning of TV programmes including 13 Reasons Why can make traumatic memories WORSE, study warns

Warning messages at the start of TV shows and films may actually prolong bad memories, reveal psychologists from Flinders University in Australia.

Why the inflation rate doesn’t tell the whole story – all it takes is a spike in a category like used cars to cause consumer prices to soar

The average price of US goods and services surged in April, leading some to worry the economy is beginning to experience dangerously high levels of inflation. A scholar explains why that's unlikely.

Why real-time data is crucial for Web 3.0

However, one crucial component that Web 3.0 cannot happen without is real-time data. However, it still lacks the main component — the real-time data — that will allow it to go big, similarly to how ...

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