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2021 年 第 24 周归档(06.14 - 06.21)

The state of New York is primed to spend $100 million to convert empty offices and hotels into rental apartments for homeless and low-income New Yorkers (on.wsj.com)
"Avocados are the green gold." Thieves are striking groves around the world, hauling off the green fruit by the ton. (on.wsj.com)
As the U.S. and its allies chase China in procuring critical minerals essential for modern technologies, they face a major hurdle: a lack of companies and projects with an established record (on.wsj.com)
Many health professionals believe that reaching herd immunity is a distant goal. Instead, they are focused on how to make it a manageable disease. (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: The choice America is facing is whether to defend itself adequately or pretend to do so while shrinking defense to fund the social welfare state. (on.wsj.com)
States across the West are at risk of electricity shortages this summer as a crippling drought reduces the amount of water needed to generate hydroelectric power (on.wsj.com)
Some New York City startups are delivering groceries in 15 minutes or less, with no minimum purchase, decent prices and service that lives up to their speed guarantees (on.wsj.com)
Japan's industrial powerhouses are building ships, gas terminals and other infrastructure to make hydrogen a big part of everyday life (on.wsj.com)
The employees who return to the office after a year of remote work aren't the employees their bosses remember. Managers better be ready to adapt. (on.wsj.com)
Alcohol is terrible for the human body, yet we've developed a strong taste for it, suggesting that it may bring other kinds of benefits, writes professor and author Edward Slingerland (on.wsj.com)
Two veteran book-publishing executives have teamed up to launch a conservative publishing house to cater to conservative voices it says are being silenced (on.wsj.com)
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SpaceX has more than 1,000 satellites beaming high-speed internet to Earth, but China promises to offer higher speeds with the launch of what it calls the world’s first 6G satellite #WSJWhatsNow (on.wsj.com)
Many young professionals are less keen than their parents in being tied down by a 30-year mortgage, real-estate analysts say. "We still want to travel and don’t want to have to maintain a house." (on.wsj.com)
Studies show Covid-19 vaccines offer significant protection against the Delta coronavirus variant, U.K. officials said, a hopeful sign as the strain first identified in India spreads globally (on.wsj.com)
Choked off from the financial system and on social media, the far-right Oath Keepers and Proud Boys have seen membership fall and struggled to maintain a steady stream of income (on.wsj.com)
A chip makes in Taiwan makes almost all of the world’s most sophisticated chips, and many of the simpler ones, too. Its dominance poses risks to the global economy, amid geopolitical tensions and a major chip shortage. (on.wsj.com)
An Illinois man's rare and restored 1934 British Salmson is nearly 90 years old, but still spry enough for “gentleman’s racing” (on.wsj.com)
"Avocados are the green gold." Thieves are striking groves around the world, hauling off the green fruit by the ton. (on.wsj.com)
The U.S. is sharply reducing the number of antimissile systems in the Middle East in a major realignment of its military footprint there as it focuses on challenges from China and Russia (on.wsj.com)
A chip maker in Taiwan powers billions of products, from Audis to iPhones. Its dominance leaves the global economy at risk. (on.wsj.com)
Many health professionals believe that reaching herd immunity is a distant goal. Instead, they are focused on how to make it a manageable disease. (on.wsj.com)
Lumber prices are falling back to earth, turning hoarders into sellers (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: The decision by Mitch McConnell and the Republicans to make judicial appointments a priority during the Trump years is already paying dividends, writes @KimStrassel (on.wsj.com)
AstraZeneca’s coronavirus antibody treatment failed in late-stage clinical trials to achieve its primary goal of preventing symptomatic Covid-19 in people recently exposed to the virus (on.wsj.com)
The percentage of Americans leaving their jobs for new opportunities is at its highest level in more than two decades (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: Elite "opinion makers" who only need a laptop and internet to do their jobs have forgotten the vast number of their fellow citizens whose work actually requires in-person contact, writes Barton Swaim (on.wsj.com)
Heard on the Street: The strongest argument against cryptocurrencies may be that they have become far too good at one thing—enabling crime (on.wsj.com)
Migrants have surged at the southern U.S. border in recent months, with tens of thousands deciding that their best chance at a better future was to break up their family before crossing. Four families from Central America made that wrenching choice. (on.wsj.com)
The Biden administration is relaxing the way it calculates student-loan debt in a government mortgage program catering to lower-income borrowers (on.wsj.com)
A chip maker in Taiwan powers billions of products, from Audis to iPhones. Its dominance leaves the global economy at risk. (on.wsj.com)
France midfielder N’Golo Kanté has defied soccer orthodoxy to become one of the influential players in the game (on.wsj.com)
Guitarist Steve Cropper has never been as famous as some of the musicians he recorded with, but if you’ve ever listened to “(Sittin On) The Dock of the Bay” or “Green Onions,” you know his work. Now, at 79, he's releasing a new album. (on.wsj.com)
Essay: Ralph Waldo Emerson’s ideas about resilience stand in potent contrast to our current cultural consensus on how to deal with suffering and loss. Instead of “self-care” and “healing,” he offers an aggressive affirmation of the will and of work. (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: The Supreme Court’s conservatives are showing a diversity of legal views that are neither in lockstep nor radical, writes The Editorial Board (on.wsj.com)
Juneteenth became the first new federal holiday created by Congress in nearly four decades. Here's more on the meaning of Juneteenth and how it is observed. (on.wsj.com)
The Boys Scouts are nearing a civil settlement with 84,000 sex-abuse victims. Now, a criminal investigation looms. (on.wsj.com)
Big companies want to hire remote workers—as long as they're not from Colorado (on.wsj.com)
The Delta Covid-19 variant, first detected in India, has quickly spread to parts of Indonesia—with patients getting sicker in comparison to previous outbreaks (on.wsj.com)
Breaking: The U.S. is withdrawing hundreds of troops and sharply reducing the number of antimissile systems in the Middle East in a major realignment as it focuses on challenges from China and Russia, officials said (on.wsj.com)
President Biden has shunned job applicants with ties to large technology companies. Lobbyists say they've been frozen out of tech lawmaking. The glory days during Obama’s years for giants like Facebook are over. (on.wsj.com)
U.S. Catholic bishops agreed to prepare a document that would lay out conditions under which politicians who support abortion rights may be denied Communion (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: Young people are unable to see that “your dorm in 2021 is better than the South before the Civil War,” writes Peggy Noonan (on.wsj.com)
States across the West are at risk of electricity shortages this summer as a crippling drought reduces the amount of water needed to generate hydroelectric power (on.wsj.com)
Hong Kong police arrested the top editor of Jimmy Lai’s Apple Daily newspaper in the most targeted action involving a media organization’s operations (on.wsj.com)
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“Recognition is long overdue.” Activists hail the signing of a bill by President Biden that makes Juneteenth, on June 19, a national holiday to commemorate the end of slavery in the U.S. #WSJWhatsNow (twitter.com)
From @WSJopinion: How would my brother feel if the world allowed China to host the Olympics while his own life drains away in a barbaric prison camp, asks @RayhanAsat (on.wsj.com)
The Affordable Care Act has grown to provide health coverage to more than 31 million people and survived three Supreme Court challenges. Take a look at the notable changes to the law over the years. (on.wsj.com)
Brain-cancer drug Gleostine is no longer covered by Medicare Part D, leaving some patients struggling to cover full cost, which can run over $1,000 per pill (on.wsj.com)
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Take an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal (on.wsj.com)
The Israeli military hit the Gaza Strip with a series of airstrikes Thursday night, rattling a shaky month-old cease-fire between the two sides that mediators are trying to keep from falling apart (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: Journalists used to aspire to objectivity. Now they barely even bother to pretend, writes Karl Rove (on.wsj.com)
Celebrations of the June 19, 1865, announcement of emancipation in Texas went by many names before one became known across the country (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: Taxing wealth accumulation will mean less wealth accumulation, lower productivity growth, lower wages and a less prosperous America, write Phil Gramm and Mike Solon (on.wsj.com)
U.S. Catholic Bishops are set to discuss Thursday whether to deny Communion to President Biden or other politicians who support abortion rights (on.wsj.com)
"Avocados are the green gold." Thieves are striking groves around the world, hauling off the green fruit by the ton. Farmers have turned to infrared cameras, barbed wire and security teams. (on.wsj.com)
Patricia and Mark McCloskey, a St. Louis couple who waved guns at George Floyd protesters last year, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges and agreed to give up the weapons they used during the confrontation (on.wsj.com)
Japan cleared the way for holding the Summer Olympics on schedule by setting an end to its state of emergency and lifting Covid-19 vaccinations to about a million shots a day (on.wsj.com)
President Biden signed a bill Thursday making Juneteenth a national holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the U.S. The government said most federal employees would get Friday off to celebrate. (on.wsj.com)
The Proud Boys and Oath Keepers are financially strapped. One far-right leader is printing "Black Lives Matter" T-shirts to make money. (on.wsj.com)
The Biden administration will invest more than $3 billion on developing antiviral pills to treat coronavirus (on.wsj.com)
Microsoft Chief Executive Satya Nadella will also assume the role of company chairman, the software giant said Wednesday. (on.wsj.com)
The Supreme Court ruled that Nestlé and Cargill can’t be sued in U.S. courts for abuses allegedly committed in Ivory Coast, where plaintiffs accused the food-processing giants of obtaining cocoa from plantations that relied on the forced labor of children (on.wsj.com)
The Supreme Court unanimously ruled that a Catholic foster-care agency was exempt from local laws forbidding discrimination against same-sex couples (on.wsj.com)
Hong Kong police arrested the top editor of Jimmy Lai’s Apple Daily newspaper in the most targeted action yet involving a media organization’s journalistic operations (on.wsj.com)
Breaking: The Supreme Court rejected a challenge to the Affordable Care Act, the third time it has preserved the 2010 healthcare law (on.wsj.com)
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China launched three astronauts into space on Thursday to staff its new space station, as the country continues to make leaps and bounds in space exploration #WSJWhatsNow (twitter.com)
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Take an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal (www.wsj.com)
Texas will begin efforts to build its own wall along its border with Mexico, Gov. Greg Abbott said (on.wsj.com)
Hong Kong police arrested the top editor of Jimmy Lai’s Apple Daily newspaper in the most targeted action yet involving a media organization's journalistic operations (on.wsj.com)
Three Chinese astronauts were sent into space as part of the first mission to staff the nation’s new space station (on.wsj.com)
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Take an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal (www.wsj.com)
The House voted 415-14 to make Juneteenth a federal holiday celebrating the end of slavery in the U.S. The Senate already passed the legislation unanimously and President Biden is expected to sign it. (on.wsj.com)
U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland overturned two cases decided by the Trump administration Justice Department that made immigrants fleeing domestic or gang violence in their home countries generally ineligible for asylum in the U.S. (on.wsj.com)
Tech startups are letting their workers stay remote, but taking them on bonding trips. One company will send about 150 people to Memphis for bourbon, BBQ and Graceland. “It’s like a senior trip.” (on.wsj.com)
Janet Yellen told lawmakers the U.S. economy needs ambitious fiscal policy to help unwind destructive forces, such as racial inequality and climate change, that have kept prosperity out of reach for millions of Americans (on.wsj.com)
Hollywood is producing more films than ever before, but very few are scoring high with audiences and critics. That's led to a debate in the industry: Has streaming made movies worse? (on.wsj.com)
The Chinese government said there was no leak at the Taishan nuclear power plant despite increased levels of radioactivity, after a buildup of gases raised safety concerns in recent days (on.wsj.com)
The Fed expects to raise interest rates by late 2023, sooner than previously projected, following the recent inflation spurt (on.wsj.com)
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Chinese automaker XPeng is betting that their competitive R&D process will be the key to getting ahead in the electric-vehicle revolution #WSJWhatsNow (on.wsj.com)
The European Union agreed to open the door to American tourists for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began, giving a boost to the continent’s crucial tourism industry and Americans’ summer travel options (on.wsj.com)
Russian President Vladimir Putin said talks with President Biden "were quite constructive," and that the two agreed to begin consultations on cybersecurity and return their respective ambassadors to their posts in an attempt to reduce tensions (on.wsj.com)
A roughly 22,000-square-foot, 11-bedroom compound overlooking downtown Aspen has sold for $72.5 million, setting a price record for a single-family home in the upscale Colorado ski town (on.wsj.com)
It was almost exactly two years ago when Kevin Durant ruptured his Achilles tendon. On Tuesday, he rescued the Nets’ season with 49 points, 17 rebounds and 10 assists against the Bucks. (on.wsj.com)
Federal Reserve officials are set to provide updated details on plans for eventually scaling back easy-money policies (on.wsj.com)
Companies are stepping up the pressure on workers to get vaccinated, taking a more assertive and urgent tone and in some cases asking them to disclose their vaccination status (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: Lapses in judgment and standards aren’t simply forgiven by the journalistic establishment, they are rewarded, writes @gerardtbaker (on.wsj.com)
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Take an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal (www.wsj.com)
The Senate confirmed Lina Khan for a seat on the Federal Trade Commission, giving Democrats at least a temporary majority that could pursue aggressive enforcement of U.S. antitrust and consumer-protection laws (on.wsj.com)
Hungary’s Parliament approved legislation banning broadcasters, advertisers and media organizations from promoting homosexuality or transgender rights in any content available to children (on.wsj.com)
Federal judge Jack Weinstein was known as the definition of a "judicial activist," seeking to correct the injustices of the world from his bench and treating every defendant before him with kindness. He died at the age of 99. (on.wsj.com)
A federal judge in Louisiana issued a preliminary injunction blocking the Biden administration from pausing new oil and gas leases on federal land (on.wsj.com)
A New York judge ruled that Harvey Weinstein can be extradited to Los Angeles, paving the way for the former Hollywood producer to face sex-crimes charges in California after more than a year of delays because of the pandemic and his health (on.wsj.com)
The Senate unanimously passed a bipartisan bill on Tuesday to make Juneteenth a national holiday, celebrating the end of slavery in the U.S. on June 19 (on.wsj.com)
Actor and director Robert Redford has put his 30-acre horse ranch in Utah, which was informally named after his 1998 movie “The Horse Whisperer,” on the market for $4.9 million (on.wsj.com)
A House committee released email exchanges that shed new light on Trump’s unsuccessful efforts to get the Justice Department to investigate baseless claims of voter fraud (on.wsj.com)
MacKenzie Scott, one of the richest women in the world, said she will give $2.7 billion to 286 organizations in her latest philanthropic move (on.wsj.com)
China called the U.S. "very sick" after G-7 leaders and NATO nations jointly criticized core Chinese policy under President Xi Jinping (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: If Kamala Harris has no good answer for the chaos at the border, that’s because the administration she serves hasn’t given her any good answers, writes @wjmcgurn (on.wsj.com)
Lumber prices are falling back to earth, turning hoarders into sellers (on.wsj.com)
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A hot housing market caused lumber prices to hit record highs during the pandemic, but the commodity has been falling since May. The rapid decline suggests a bubble has burst, explains @ahirtens. #WSJWhatsNow (twitter.com)
RIP Medical Debt, which uses donations to alleviate unpaid medical bills, reached a deal with Ballad Health to buy—and wipe out—debt owed by 82,000 low-income patients, many of whom shouldn’t have been billed at all (on.wsj.com)
The Covid-19 virus infected people in five U.S. states well before the first cases were reported, a study found (on.wsj.com)
As the most vaccinated state in America, Vermont is expected to lift all remaining Covid-19 restrictions in the coming days. "Government is going to be out of the picture," issuing guidance but no mandates, the state's health commissioner said. (on.wsj.com)
It took only two hours for President Biden to call Naftali Bennett after he was sworn in as the new prime minister of Israel and one thing was clear: The U.S. administration seeks to begin on the right foot with the new government. (on.wsj.com)
A portrait of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi used to hang in Varun Goel’s office. He says he will never vote for Modi's party again after the recent Covid-19 surge. “He could have prevented this crisis. He didn’t care for us,” he said. (on.wsj.com)
Major democracies rallied together this week to issue extraordinary back-to-back rebukes of Beijing, marking a shift toward collective action and pushing back against President Xi's strategies to position China as a global leader (on.wsj.com)
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Take an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal (www.wsj.com)
Bitcoin reached its highest level in more than two weeks, lifted by MicroStrategy’s bond offering and an Elon Musk tweet (on.wsj.com)
Daniel Ortega, who is seeking a fourth consecutive term as Nicaragua’s president, has launched a broad campaign of repression, according to analysts, human-rights activists and Western governments (on.wsj.com)
Total debt for nonbank U.S. companies stood at $11.2 trillion at the end of March. Why aren't U.S. investors worried? (on.wsj.com)
Canadian prosecutors will pursue terrorism-related charges against a 20-year-old man who police allege used a pickup truck to plow down a family, killing four members, because of their Muslim faith (on.wsj.com)
The percentage of Americans leaving their jobs for new opportunities is at its highest level in more than two decades (on.wsj.com)
“You feel naked.” Mask-free living in Vermont, the most-vaccinated state, which has dropped all its pandemic restrictions. (on.wsj.com)
The effects of menopause on the brain are often temporary, according to a new study. But there’s a caution for women at risk of Alzheimer’s. (on.wsj.com)
Rep. Jerrold Nadler said his committee would open a formal probe into the Trump Justice Department's efforts to obtain records from lawmakers and reporters (on.wsj.com)
New York City will honor what Mayor Bill de Blasio called “the heroes of the fight against Covid,” from healthcare professionals to bodega workers, with a ticker-tape parade on July 7 (on.wsj.com)
First lady Jill Biden has taken on a high-profile role in the early months of her husband’s presidency, promoting White House policies like education funding and supporting military families (on.wsj.com)
How companies and employees are adapting to a changing workplace (twitter.com)
Actor and director Robert Redford has put his 30-acre horse ranch in Utah, which was informally named after his 1998 movie “The Horse Whisperer,” on the market for $4.9 million (on.wsj.com)
The Supreme Court asked the U.S. Solicitor General’s office to submit the federal government’s views on an appeal that argued Harvard unlawfully discriminated against Asian-American applicants (on.wsj.com)
The percentage of Americans leaving their jobs for new opportunities is at its highest level in more than two decades (on.wsj.com)
Studies show Covid-19 vaccines offer significant protection against the Delta coronavirus variant, U.K. officials say, a hopeful sign as the strain first identified in India spreads globally (on.wsj.com)
There are right and wrong ways to head for the exits, in everything from your resignation letter to how you think about the work you’re leaving (on.wsj.com)
As the most vaccinated state in America, Vermont is expected to lift all remaining Covid-19 restrictions in the coming days. "Government is going to be out of the picture," issuing guidance but no mandates, the state's health commissioner said. (on.wsj.com)
Salaries for junior lawyers are rising above $200,000 after many top law firms made so much money in the past year that “it was almost unseemly to not pass some of that along” (on.wsj.com)
Some Federal Reserve officials could signal this week that they expect to raise interest rates sooner than previously expected following a spate of high inflation readings (on.wsj.com)
A Covid-19 vaccine from Novavax worked safely in a pivotal study, results that could pave the way for the shot’s rollout world-wide as soon as the fall (on.wsj.com)
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Bitcoin rose after Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted Sunday that the electric-car maker would resume bitcoin transactions when 50% of the energy used to mine the cryptocurrency comes from clean energy sources #WSJWhatsNow (twitter.com)
The percentage of Americans leaving their jobs for new opportunities is at its highest level in more than two decades (on.wsj.com)
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Hundreds of Israelis cheered outside Israel’s parliament after a new coalition government was sworn in, ending former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s record 12 years in power #WSJWhatsNow (twitter.com)
A portrait of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi used to hang in Varun Goel’s office. He says he will never vote for Modi's party again after the recent Covid-19 surge. “He could have prevented this crisis. He didn’t care for us,” he said. (on.wsj.com)
There are right and wrong ways to head for the exits, in everything from your resignation letter to how you think about the work you’re leaving (on.wsj.com)
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Take an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal (www.wsj.com)
Scams are running rampant in the cryptocurrency markets as a huge rally in bitcoin, a lack of regulation and the anonymity of digital money have created a ripe environment for fraudsters (on.wsj.com)
The Justice Department subpoenaed Apple for information about an account belonging to Donald Trump’s former White House counsel Don McGahn in February 2018, according to a person familiar with the matter (on.wsj.com)
Visitors to the most popular national parks this summer are waiting more for access. “Anywhere you go, there’s going to be a line,” said one tourist on a visit to Utah. (on.wsj.com)
Are you ready for a hug, or still want most people to wave from a distance? People are using color-coded wristbands to signal how much personal space they want (on.wsj.com)
"We had to take radical action." Denmark's Ørsted shifted from oil and natural gas to wind power. Many oil majors are looking to grow quickly in renewables. (on.wsj.com)
Elon Musk has called hydrogen fuel cells stupid. Volkswagen says hydrogen-powered vehicles are energy suckers. But Japan thinks the element is key to its ambitious energy goals. (on.wsj.com)
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Take an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal (www.wsj.com)
A family-owned business in Ohio is paying tariffs on the feathers it imports from China to stuff bedding. Meanwhile, China can export many finished bedding products to the U.S. tariff-free. (on.wsj.com)
Some workers will find something new in their 401(k) plan starting in July: the option to invest in cryptocurrency (on.wsj.com)
Ned Beatty, the Oscar-nominated character actor known for “Deliverance,” “Network” and “Superman,” has died at 83 (on.wsj.com)
Japan’s industrial powerhouses are building ships, gas terminals and other infrastructure to make hydrogen a big part of everyday life (on.wsj.com)
Old rail lines throughout the U.S. make for ideal bike trails—breezy, bucolic and punctuated with diverting pit stops. Here are some of the most rewarding routes, from California to New Hampshire. (on.wsj.com)
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The Keystone XL oil pipeline project is being abandoned, bringing an end to a yearslong controversy over the effort to pipe more Canadian crude into the U.S. #WSJWhatsNow (twitter.com)
Christopher James, who once owned a coal mine, was an improbable activist for change at oil giant Exxon Mobil. Here is how he was able to convince Wall Street's biggest money managers to see things his way. (on.wsj.com)
Hydrogen fuel is a vital piece of Japan's plan to eliminate carbon emissions. If it succeeds, that could lay the groundwork for a whole new global supply chain. (on.wsj.com)
Netanyahu’s 12-year run as Israel’s leader is over, as rival Naftali Bennett’s coalition government won a confidence vote in parliament (on.wsj.com)
At the G-7 summit, Presidents Biden and Macron embraced each other as allies on a host of issues, from multilateralism to fighting climate change (on.wsj.com)
Credit Suisse didn't see the Archegos danger coming. The result was a $5.5 billion loss for the Swiss bank. (on.wsj.com)
A family-owned Ohio business is paying tariffs on the feathers it imports from China to stuff bedding. Meanwhile, China can export many finished bedding products to the U.S. tariff-free. “If this doesn’t change...we have to move production offshore.” (on.wsj.com)
Many young professionals are less keen than their parents in being tied down by a 30-year mortgage, real-estate analysts say. They want the flexibility of renting and the freedom that comes with being able to pick up and leave. (on.wsj.com)