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The UN said the world is likely to miss the Paris Agreement goal of reducing global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels.


The state-backed newspaper said that Evergrande shouldn't bet on a government bailout.

At the high end of the filing range, the company would raise gross proceeds of $294 million at a post-money valuation of about $6.8 billion.

It's Intuit's largest deal to date, surpassing last year's $7.1 billion acquisition of Credit Karma.

At the high end of the filing range, the IPO would raise $912 million in gross proceeds at an $8.9 billion post-money valuation.

Coronavirus — COVID-19

The companies expect to submit study results to the FDA by November.

The trade group represents dozens of companies, including Coca-Cola, General Mills, PepsiCo, Procter & Gamble, Amazon.com, Target and Albertsons.

Fauci also reiterated his support for student vaccine mandates, saying that such policies already exist for other illnesses.


August's increase was driven primarily by online sales, which jumped 5.3% from July.

Media, Arts and Entertainment

The decision opens the media organizations to be sued for defamation by former juvenile detainee Dylan Voller.

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings pulled in over $90 million during the long weekend.

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