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How Tesla Helps China’s Firms Compete With the U.S.

The electric car company is helping Chinese companies become global players in the emerging industry, posing a competitive threat to traditional rivals.  » mehr lesen

Supply Chain Problems Have Small Retailers Gambling on Hoarding

Some independent stores ordered in bulk well in advance, and now are hoping they’re able to sell what they have.  » mehr lesen

Jerome Powell signals the Fed’s bond-buying program could end sooner as inflation persists.

The Federal Reserve could pull back economic support faster as inflation lasts, and its chair signaled that for now the Omicron variant is a “risk.”  » mehr lesen

Jack Dorsey’s Departure From Twitter Hints at Social Media’s Midlife Crisis

Jack Dorsey’s departure after six years as Twitter’s chief executive hints at how little fun the titans of tech seem to be having.  » mehr lesen

Powell Says Fed Could Finish Bond-Buying Taper Early

The Federal Reserve could pull back economic support faster as inflation lasts, and its chair signaled that for now the Omicron variant is a “risk.”  » mehr lesen

Omicron Variant Surfaces Amid an Airline Travel Rebound

With several countries imposing new restrictions, the question now is whether travelers will be deterred.  » mehr lesen

Stocks Fall After Powell’s Taper Comments

The Federal Reserve chair, Jerome Powell, said on Tuesday that persistent inflation may require a more aggressive approach by the central bank. Wall Street was already uneasy.  » mehr lesen

Lululemon Sues Peloton Over Patent Infringement

Lululemon accused Peloton, the fitness company best known for its stationary bikes, of infringing on patents for a new line of leggings and sports bras.  » mehr lesen

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