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***** Uganda plans to start offering the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine starting next week after receiving 1.67 million doses from the U.S. ***** The late artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude thrived on polarizing works that transformed public space. Their posthumous project in Paris is no exception via @citylab ***** Several small U.K. energy suppliers stop accepting new customers in a sign that Britain’s energy crisis is worsening ***** Joe Biden used his speech at the UN General Assembly to call for global cooperation against climate change ***** U.S. mortgage borrowers during the pandemic have had the highest credit scores in more than 15 years ***** Black and Asian Americans are trailing when it comes to getting professional help with their finances, a gap fueled by lack of money and costs, according to a survey by Allianz Life Insurance Co. of North America ***** The options are narrowing for thousands of Haitian migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border (via AP) ***** U.S. homebuilders are seeing shortages and delays inhibit sales amid solid demand ***** L.A. County's drilling ban comes after a years-long environmental justice movement. Advocates hope it will be a model elsewhere via @citylab ***** Bolsonaro seeks to improve Brazil's battered image at the UN General Assembly ***** FIFA has imposed a ban and a fine of $216,650 on the Hungarian Football Federation over the “racist behavior of numerous supporters” during a World Cup qualifying match against England ***** The Bank of Japan is widely seen standing pat on its key stimulus tools before a ruling party vote next week that will effectively determine the country’s next prime minister ***** Evergrande is quickly becoming the biggest financial worry in China, with ramifications far beyond its borders. Here's what you need to know ⬇️ ***** The Fed's lone Democratic governor, Lael Brainard, is a leading candidate to be its banking watchdog. But that's not the only job she's in line for ***** Nike just designed a hands-free sneaker for people with disabilities. Here's the story behind the Go FlyEase. via @BW ***** Amazon's flagship fulfillment center uses automation to send more than 1 million packages a day. What does that mean for human managers? via @BW ***** Veteran Federal Reserve watcher Mickey Levy says investor worry over the central bank’s eventual pullback from its monthly bond purchases is overdone ***** Argentina’s government is significantly lifting travel and social restrictions from the pandemic as it seeks to boost the economy and recover voter support ahead of November's midterm elections ***** FanDuel has parlayed its fantasy fan base into a $1.9 billion business via @BW ***** DraftKings makes a $20 billion bid to buy U.K. gambling company Entain as a surge in sports betting drives deal activity across the industry ***** Bavarian Premier Markus Soeder, who heads a key faction in Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative bloc, called for the ECB to introduce an “inflation brake” to shield citizens from price increases ***** AutoNation has named Mike Manley, a top executive at Stellantis, as its new CEO in an unexpected move