These are the companies trying to solve the world's plastic waste problem

Since the 1950s, humans have produced about 8.3 billion metric tons of plastic, the grand majority of which has ended up in a landfill. As the waste piles up, a number of companies are exploring alternatives to single-use plastics, experimenting with everything from mushroom packaging to advanced fibers to plastics-free grocery stores. But it may take serious legislative efforts to incentive adoption and slow the rise of the industry overall.
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Zillow CEO: Real estate market is beginning 'great reshuffling' as people seek more space at home

The pandemic so far has accelerated trends of people fleeing large, expensive U.S. cities. While shopping is up everywhere, Barton said the company is seeing a “deceleration of migration” to cities and expects it to continue.
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Sensitive to claims of bias, Facebook relaxed misinformation rules for conservative pages

According to internal discussions, Facebook removed “strikes” so that conservative pages were not penalized for violations of misinformation policies, NBC News reported.
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Q2 was a tipping point in streaming wars. Here's how the media giants stack up

Disney+ grew its streaming subscriber base faster than expected, but Netflix has a big lead, and media conglomerates ViacomCBS, NBC Universal and AT&T are all aiming to take market share with internet video efforts.
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