America is So Done With Covid! Itching to Get Out of the House, Riders Flock Back to Lyft in Mass Numbers

Earlier in the week, we looked at the mass number of travelers who anxiously returned to the air over the weekend, in record numbers. Just on Friday and Saturday alone, last weekend the Transportation Security Administration screened more than 1.3 million people, setting a new high since the coronavirus outbreak devastated travel a year ago.

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Intel Launches Anti-Apple Campaign, Bringing “the Mac Guy” Over to the Dark (or Light) Side

Back in November, Apple (AAPL) made an announcement that many had long thought was a foregone conclusion. The tech giant made headlines when it said it would be officially moving on from its longtime partnership with Intel (INTL), which has been outfitting Macs with chips since 2007. With the fantastic performance of Apple’s Phones and iPads, the

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USPS Commits to Buying Electric Vehicles, But Leaves Workhorse at the Altar

This week, Postmaster General Louis DeJoy told lawmakers the United States Postal Service plans to buy 10% electric vehicles as part of its multibillion-dollar plan to retire its 30-year-old fleet of delivery vehicles. After many had long expected the Postal Service to choose electric-vehicle maker Workhorse Group (WKHS) to fill out its new EV fleet,

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