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Cuyana wants to save the planet by telling people to buy less

More and more, Americans are treating the clothes they wear as disposable. Cuyana co-founder Karla Gallardo, however, is betting on the opposite approach. Her brand designs clothes with the philosophy of "Fewer, Better" in hopes that if people buy things built to last, the entire process will become more sustainable.
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Today’s Fast Break: A clearinghouse for COVID-19 supplies, and the importance of good Wi-Fi

Medical professionals are facing shortages of protective gear. On today’s Fast Break, meet the entrepreneurs building a marketplace to help connect hospitals with the equipment they need, learn why good Wi-Fi is so important, and enjoy a mindful moment. This is your Fast Break. [Video Credit: ROCKETCLIPS/GETTY (DOCTOR WITH MASK); ANDRESR/GETTY (GLOVES); JOHNCE/GETTY (DENTIST WITH MASK); MOTORTION/GETTY (SURGEON ASSISTANT); KIYOSHI TANNO/GETTY (WHITE HOUSE SEAL); TZIDO/GETTY (CAPITOL HILL); FG TRADE/GETTY (SENIOR NURSE); NATALIA UNHURIANU/GETTY (MEDIC IN SUIT); IELANUM/ GETTY (DISINFECTING HANDS)]

Today’s Fast Break: A clearinghouse for COVID-19 supplies, and the importance of good Wi-Fi
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