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3 summer exits lift Oregon Venture Fund returns
It's been a busy summer for Oregon Venture Fund with three major exits: the IPO of biotech firm Absci in July, the acquisition of event software maker Hubb in August and this week's announced sale of materials maker Inpria.
US child obesity epidemic has gotten worse during pandemic, study finds
An estimated 22% of children and teens were obese last August, up from 19% a year earlier, according to the study.
5 Jets players to watch against the Patriots, including QB Zach Wilson
"You've got to be sticking to your receivers...because he's looking to launch that thing."
If we're being completely honest: no, the Patriots should have no problem beating the Jets on Sunday.
The British retailer Marks & Spencer blames Brexit as it closes French stores.
Marks & Spencer, the large British retailer that has been battling Brexit costs and delays for months, said on Thursday that it would close its 11 food stores in France.
Objects at the Solar System's Edge Are Being Influenced by Something Mysterious
A dwarf planet in the outer solar system.
Image: Stocktrek Images via Getty Images ABSTRACT breaks down mind-bending scientific research, future tech, new discoveries, and major breakthroughs.
Supermarket prices rises 'are coming', Co-op boss warns amid supply chain crisis
Further supermarket price increases are "coming" due to Britain's ongoing supply chain crisis, a supermarket boss has warned.
Lingard gifts Young Boys late winner against 10-man Manchester United
A famous victory for Young Boys, who snatched this game with virtually the last kick, and deservedly so.
The investigation into Tesla Autopilot's emergency vehicle problem is getting bigger
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is requesting advanced driver assist data from 12 automakers as it seeks to expand its investigation into Tesla's Autopilot.
China property giant Evergrande admits debt crisis as protesters besiege HQ
Property giant China Evergrande Group has said that it cannot sell properties and other assets fast enough to service its massive $300bn debts, and that its cashflow was under "tremendous pressure".