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North Korea has sent hundreds of programmers abroad to make money by any means necessary. With the latest U.S. hacking charges, we take a look at the lives of this secret army, their fears and dreams.
Siemens Will Stick to its Industrial Roots in the Software Age
China Local Covid-19 Cases Top 2,000 as More Lockdowns Imposed
Infowars Parent Wins Budget Changes Amid Sales ‘Surge’
Codelco Turns to AI to Squeeze Out More Copper From Aging Mines
Flutter Weighs Job Cuts in UK Business as US Betting Arm Grows
Tories Fear UK Fallout With Johnson Absent and Rivals Feuding
Japanese Minister Nishimura Visits Yasukuni Shrine: Kyodo
Soros Reloads on Big Tech With Amazon, Google and New Tesla Bet
‘Pharma Bro’ Martin Shkreli’s Crypto Token Plunges After Massive Sale
Britney Spears' Ex Convicted of Trespassing in Wedding Raid
Review: TikTok Star Bella Poarch Seeks New Musical Fan Base
Britain's Summer of Discontent Is a Tale of Bad Planning
Short or Long, Inflation Expectations Are Too High
The Stock Market Rally Looks a Bit Squirrely
Mark Zuckerberg’s Sheryl Sandberg Replacement Has Long Been Meta’s Top Fixer
Booming Beef Industry Has Urban Cowboys Lining Up to Buy Cattle in Uruguay
The Work-From-Home Revolution Is Also a Trap for Women
Surging Inflation Leads to Jump in Britons Needing Free Tampons
Trader Joe’s Employees at Minneapolis Store Vote for Union
The WHO Is Renaming Monkeypox and Wants Your Help
Hot Nights: US in July Sets New Record for Overnight Warmth
The Climate Future Just Changed: Eight Predictions for 2030
The Real-World Architects Who Built the Sci-Fi Dystopias of ‘Westworld’
Years of Covid School Closures Leave Philippines With Deep Scars
Hong Kong’s Ban on CBD Products Leaves Companies Facing Ruin
Tornado Cash Token Tumbles After Developer Arrest
Ethereum Founder Buterin Forecasts Blockchain Merge on Sept. 15
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