Dealing With China’s High-Tech Ambitions

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Helping us believe again

Wednesday Journal18 hours ago
A lovely day for a rally, blue skies, temps climbing into the 50s, everything’s coming up roses (well, eventually), the weather tipping us, perhaps, finally, into spring itself, and our kids letting it be known they’re not going away, tipping us, perhaps, finally, into change itself. Rallying our flagging spirits.
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Dealing With China’s High-Tech Ambitions

Bloomberg10 hours ago
President Donald Trump’s handling of the trade relationship with China poses a threat both to the U.S. and to the world economy — but even his harshest critics agree with him on one thing. China’s bid to dominate the high-tech industries of the future often bends or breaks the rules of liberal international …
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Generic-Drug Companies to Face First Charges in US Probe

Bloomberg15 hours ago
Perrigo shares fell 1.7 percent to $80.49 while shares of Petach Tikva, Israel-based Teva, which trade in the U.S. as American Depositary Receipts, fell 1.6 percent to $17.56. Rajiv Malik, Mylan’s president, has been named as a defendant in a civil complaint by states, which allege that he took an active role …
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Apple’s Cook to Meet With Trump Amid US-China Trade Tensions

Bloomberg6 hours ago
Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook will meet with President Donald Trump at the White House on Wednesday as the company looks to head off a brewing trade war between the U.S. and China. The sit-down between Cook and Trump will take place in the Oval Office on Wednesday afternoon and …
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US government considers charging for popular Earth-observing data

Nature.com20 hours ago
The US government is considering whether to charge for access to two widely used sources of remote-sensing imagery: the Landsat satellites operated by the USGeological Survey (USGS) and an aerial-survey programme run by the Department of Agriculture (USDA). Officials at the Department of the …
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US Stocks Slide on Caterpillar Warning, Rising Bond Yields

Wall Street Journal22 hours ago
The Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled more than 600 points at one point Tuesday as it extended its losing streak to five sessions, after investors were spooked by a warning from industrial giant Caterpillar and by rising government bond yields. Major benchmarks opened higher but turned sharply …
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Yield on 10-Year US Government Bond Hits 3% for First Time in Years

Wall Street Journal22 hours ago
The benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasury note yield reached 3% Tuesday, hitting a multiyear milestone as investors bet that growth and inflation will erode the value of government debt. The yield on the note, which influences borrowing costs for consumers, corporations and local governments, has risen at the …
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A Letter to NFL GMs

The Players’ Tribune20 hours ago
Dear NFL GM’s,. My name is Anthony Miller, and I think I’m the best wide receiver in this draft class. Last season I led the nation in touchdown receptions and finished third in receiving yards. I mention that off the top because it showcases what I’ve always done on the football field: Produce. But for the …
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Patent ‘Death Squad’ System Upheld by US Supreme Court

Bloomberg21 hours ago
The Oil States decision was called a “disgrace” by members of U.S. Inventor, a group of independent inventors that protested outside the Supreme Court when arguments were heard in November. “Inventors, aspiring inventors, and patriots of all kinds are devastated by today’s Supreme Court ruling,” said …
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Swat Lake City

The Players’ TribuneApr 23, 2018
I remember how it felt, being so close to the game but really so far. I remember how it felt watching us lose 57 times, and how it felt to hear the final buzzer after each loss, and to stand up and walk back to the locker room. The focus was never on us — the postgame interviews, the highlights. It was always on …

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