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This year’s holiday shopping season is expected to bring in record sales — forcing many retail workers to the front lines of the pandemic, often without hazard pay, despite another surge of coronavirus infections. “Retail workers experience heightened stress and pressure during the holiday season, even in normal times. While this might come as good news for brick-and-mortar stores that have been crushed by the pandemic, retail workers are nervous about the potential onslaught of eager shoppers — many of whom don’t always follow social distancing and mask rules. But among those companies, workers received an average increase in pay of just $1.11 per hour since the pandemic began. “They’re not worried about safety.”Many retail workers say they have no choice but to risk getting sick.
Persons: ” Stuart Appelbaum, ” Taylor Schreiner, don’t, Alyssa Kinchen, , , Kroger, Melissa Love, “ They’re, he's, he’s, it’s, ” PetSmart Organizations: Wholesale, Department Store Union, “ Workers, National Retail Federation, nab, Shoppers, Adobe Digital, NBC News, Brands, Walmart, Target, Brookings Institution, United, Amazon, Locations: Baton Rouge , Louisiana, Long Beach , California, Fort Wayne , Indiana
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - As President-elect Joe Biden builds his economic team in the coming days, some influential lawmakers are urging him to choose Katherine Tai, the Democratic trade counsel on the House of Representatives’ Ways and Means Committee, as U.S. trade representative. The job, sometimes called the “trade czar,” is expected to be a lynchpin position as Biden pledges to reverse predecessor Donald Trump’s “America First” policies, build jobs at home, and punish Beijing for anti-competitive trade practices. A Yale and Harvard-educated Chinese-American who speaks fluent Mandarin and taught university English for two years in Guangzhou, Tai also headed China trade enforcement at the U.S. Trade Representative’s office (USTR) from 2011 to 2014, litigating trade violation cases before the World Trade Organization. Tai, 45, did not respond to a request for comment and a spokeswoman for the House Ways and Means Committee said she was not granting interviews at this time. Tai faces stiff competition for the USTR post from Michael Wessel, a member of the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, and Representative Jimmy Gomez, a Ways and Means Committee Democrat from California.
Persons: Joe Biden, Katherine Tai, , Biden, Donald Trump’s “, Tai, Trump, “ Katherine Tai, Sherrod Brown, , ” Brown, Earl Blumenauer, Reuters Tai, Robert Lighthizer, China ”, ” Tai, Michael Wessel, Jimmy Gomez, Don Beyer, Nancy Pelosi Organizations: WASHINGTON, Democratic, Yale, Harvard, U.S . Trade, World Trade Organization, USTR, Democrat, Finance, Reuters, Capitol, Biden, , Center, American Progress, U.S ., China Economic, Security, Commission Locations: Beijing, U.S, Mexico, Canada, Guangzhou, Tai, China, CHINA, United States, California
Parents, teachers and others poured out their thoughts in 1,100 public comments posted online before the September meeting. “If our schools do not open in person I will yank both my boys OUT and take them to another school district!! The Jefferson County School District near Denver, for instance, is temporarily switching most students to all-remote learning this month amid the surge of cases in Colorado. In Texas’ rural Louise Independent School District, about a third of the roughly 500 students started the year with remote instruction. So on Sept. 22, Oliver sent a letter to district families announcing that the remote instruction would end the following week.
Persons: Ellyah Gonzalez, Lazae Palacios, Go Nakamura, , Larry Rother, Chandler, Stacey Cole, Cole, Don’t, Maddie Weiser, , ” Weiser, ” Mamie Huff, ’ Michael Hester, Hester, Joel Tumlison, ” Tumlison, Michael Hinojosa, ” Maren Butcher, Garth Oliver, ” Oliver, Oliver, Randi Weingarten, Weingarten, Joe, “ We’ve, ” Jennifer Lees, “ We’re, Katie Nash, Dan Domenech, Nash, Butcher, Sydney Leggett, “ I’m, ” Leggett, “ It’s Organizations: Reuters, Louise Elementary School, REUTERS, Chandler, New, The New York, Jefferson County School District, Corpus Christi, Hoops, Storm Lake Community School District, Dallas Independent School District, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Kaiser Family Foundation, Batesville School, Arkansas Department of Health, Louise Independent School District, ACT, American Federation of Teachers, , Chandler Education Association, White, School, Association Locations: Chandler , Arizona, Louise , Texas, U.S, Phoenix, United States, New York City, The New York City, Denver, Colorado, Premont , Texas, Corpus, Iowa, Arizona’s Chandler, Jefferson County, COVID, Dallas, Batesville, Batesville School District, Arkansas, Dallas , Texas, , Chandler, Arizona, Texas, Grantham , New Hampshire
Split-Ticket Voters Helped Biden, Republicans in Nebraska, Maine
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( Tarini Parti | Chad Day | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: 1 min
On evening walks with his wife in the suburbs of Omaha, Neb., Jay Jackson, a registered Republican and an Air Force veteran, made the decision to vote for Democrat Joe Biden for president and support Republicans for all other offices. It took some persuading to get his wife on board, he said. But eventually, the two put up a Biden-Harris yard sign, along with others for GOP candidates Rep. Don Bacon and Sen. Ben Sasse.
Persons: Jay Jackson, Democrat Joe Biden, Harris, Don Bacon, Sen, Ben Sasse Organizations: Republican, an Air Force, Democrat, Biden, GOP Locations: Omaha, Neb
“The Queen’s Gambit,” Netflix’s fictional drama about a female chess prodigy, has pulled off an unlikely gambit of its own: It’s prompted one of the biggest surges in the popularity of chess among Americans since the days of Bobby Fischer’s dominance in the 1970s. The show has become Netflix’s most widely viewed scripted limited series, with 62 million households tuning in during the first 28 days after its Oct. 23 debut, the streaming company said. (Netflix now counts two minutes of watching as a view.) The impact is clear:...
Persons: Bobby Fischer’s Organizations: Netflix
IN AMERICA, pumpkin pie is nearly as entrenched a ritual as apple pie—despite the fact that so many people don’t actually like it. Most of my family falls squarely in that camp, so I’ve experimented with alternatives over the years. Finally I stumbled upon an old Burgundian cookbook with a recipe for a “flamusse” of pumpkin. A flamusse is a custardy regional specialty perhaps best described as a cross between a soufflé, a flan and a clafoutis. It’s almost always made with sliced apples, so this pumpkin...
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Don’t Judge This English Home By Its Traditional Facade
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( Ruth Bloomfield | ) www.wsj.com + 0.99   time to read: 1 min
Behind a very traditional facade, Rob and Cath Shrimplin’s house is hiding a contemporary surprise. Confronted with a 1930s home with a whole litany of problems to overcome, the couple embarked on a radical remodel which involved taking a big bite out of the back of the property and replacing it with a wide column of glass. The project began...
Persons: Rob, Cath Shrimplin’s
Because of his work, Business Insider named Kotagiri to our annual list of the 10 leaders transforming manufacturing in North America. "We're able to think from a systems perspective," Kotagiri said of Magna, in an interview with Business Insider. Near the beginning of Walker's time with the company, Magna was facing a $1 billion debt crisis. Kotagiri, who started his career at General Motors, brings engineering chops to the challenge, Magna employees told Business Insider. And during a wide-ranging interview with Business Insider, Kotagiri laid out his perspective on machine learning, China's markets, and more.
Persons: Don Walker, Swamy Kotagiri, Kotagiri, Seetarama, Walker, Swamy's, Eric Wilds, Magna, Wilds Organizations: Magna International, PitchBook, Magna's, Business, Bloomberg, Magna, General Motors Locations: North America, that's, Kotagiri, Uhnder, Texas, Austin
Don Hackett, founder and publisher of CoronavirusToday, said that cold chain vaccine storage itself is a standard requirement and shouldn't pose a challenge to U.S. hospitals or pharmacies. "In the developing world, cold chain requirements may be a show-stopper," he said. "Cold chain distribution in pharma is complicated even in normal times," David Gitlin, president and CEO of Carrier Global Corp. told CNBC. "Our healthcare and pharmacy supply chain knows how to properly store, distribute and administer these kinds of vaccines," he said. According to an HHS spokesperson, OWS will also ensure that administration sites have the cold-storage resources they need, including fresh dry ice to extend vaccine storage.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, Don Hackett, David Gitlin, Sunny Jha, anesthesiologist, Francesca Marzullo, Danny Sanchez, EnlivenHealth, Trump, Paul Mango, Mango, Alex Azar, OWS, Azar, Johnson Organizations: Pfizer, Reuters, World Health Organization, WHO, Carrier Global Corp, CNBC, University of Southern, LA Surge, GPS, Staff, Policy, U.S . Department of Health, Human Services, Department of Defense, Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, Marshalls, Administration, Moderna, Johnson, Sanofi, GlaxoSmithKline, Novavax, Oxford, AstraZeneca, CDC, of Prisons, Department of State, Indian Health Service, Veterans Health Administration Locations: U.S, University of Southern California, Europe, Kalamazoo , Michigan, Puurs, Belgium, Pleasant Prairie , Wisconsin, Karlsruhe, Germany
Penguin Random House to Buy Simon & Schuster
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( Alexandra Alter | Edmund Lee | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.93   time to read: +2 min
The book business has seen wave after wave of consolidation in the past decade, with the merger of Penguin and Random House in 2013, News Corp’s purchase of the romance publisher Harlequin, and Hachette Book Group’s acquisition of Perseus Books. This fall, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt announced it was exploring a sale of its trade publishing division, and could be an attractive target for a large publishing company like Macmillan or Hachette. Founded in 1924 by Richard L. Simon and M. Lincoln Schuster, the company began as a publisher of crossword puzzles. The past year has been tumultuous for Simon & Schuster. In May, Carolyn Reidy, the company’s beloved chief executive, died suddenly, and was later replaced by Jonathan Karp, who was formerly the publisher of Simon & Schuster, the company’s flagship house among dozens of imprints.
Persons: Harlequin, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Simon & Schuster, Stephen King, Don DeLillo, Bob Woodward, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Walter Isaacson, Richard L, Simon, M, Lincoln Schuster, Ernest Hemingway, Scott Fitzgerald, Henry James, Edith Wharton, hobbling, Carolyn Reidy, Jonathan Karp, Trump, John Bolton, Mary L Organizations: Penguin, Random, Perseus, Houghton, Macmillan, Hachette, Simon, Simon &, Trump, Revenue
Opinion | Turkey on the Brain
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( Gail Collins | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
And during the entire glorious four years, the national red ink went from $14.4 trillion to $21.1 trillion. First, because he seems very bad at handling money, and second, because he doesn’t really intend to go back to a civilian life. There has been only one president in U.S. history who lost re-election and then ran and won four years later. But if you get a request for a Donald Trump Library contribution, do not feel compelled to follow through. Even Herbert Hoover, who really, really resented Franklin Roosevelt’s victory, rode with F.D.R.
Persons: Trump, he’d, Grover, Donald Trump, ” It’s, Donald Jr, , Don Jr, , Herbert Hoover, Franklin Roosevelt’s Organizations: Donald, Donald Trump Library, Capitol Locations: Grover Cleveland
Hotels and booking sites are still offering significant savings for Black Friday 2020, Cyber Monday 2020, and Travel Tuesday 2020 (December 1). With that in mind, we searched for the best Black Friday , Cyber Monday, and Travel Tuesday travel deals for domestic destinations. Black Friday travel deals from booking sitesBooking.comOn popular travel booking site Booking.com, users can find hotel deals, book rooms, and read reviews and ratings to help make travel plans. Black Friday deal: Get 30% off bookings between November 30 and December 6, 2020 for stays between November 30, 2020 and December 31, 2021. Black Friday deal: Save 30% on rooms from November 30 to December 6, 2020 for travel now through December 31, 2021.
Persons: Sir Richard Branson, Hopper Hopper, Hollywood Roosevelt, David Hackney, Don CeSar, Pete, It's, James Organizations: Black, Tuesday, Marriott Marriott, Ritz, Carlton, Sheraton, Marriott, MGM Resorts International MGM, Vegas, Park MGM, New England Inns & Resorts, England Inns, Resorts, Radisson, Radisson Rewards, Hotels, Virgin Hotels, Avis, Hopper's, Arizona Hotel, McCoy, Hollywood, Atlantic, El Paseo, Encore Resort, Disney World, Universal Orlando, SeaWorld Orlando, Pete Beach , Florida St, Prince, Newport's, Westin Riverwalk, Westin Locations: Black, gifts.marriott.com, Arizona, Austin, Mandalay, Bellagio, New England, England, Connecticut , Maine , Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, United, Virgin, Chicago, Dallas, Nashville, Las Vegas ., Nantucket, Palm, Arizona Hotel McCoy, Tucson , Arizona Tucson, California, Hollywood, Los Angeles , California, Florida, Fort Lauderdale , Florida, North Fort Lauderdale, El, Miami Beach , Florida, Beach, El Paseo, Orlando , Florida, Pete Beach , Florida, Clearwater Beach, Hawaii Prince Waikiki, Honolulu, Hawaii Hawaii, Prince Waikiki, Kentucky, Lexington, Lexington , Kentucky, Hotel Lexington, New York, James, New York , New York, Soho, York, Queens , New York, New York City, Rhode, Newport , Rhode, Newport, East, South Carolina, Charleston , South Carolina, Charleston, Texas, San Antonio, Antonio , Texas, Westin Riverwalk
In it, he declared Black Americans had gone from “picking cotton to picking presidents.” Now he was praying for the fate of democracy, with the nation’s long and sordid history of undermining Black election participation squarely in his mind. Philadelphia is 42.3 percent Black, Detroit is 78.6 percent Black and nearly 52 percent of Atlanta residents are Black. The Department of Justice took county election officials to court. "He's using these Black voters as fodder for the rage that's being intensified among his base," Lewis said Monday. “Detroit Votes Matter!
Persons: Steve Bland, Bland, , Donald Trump, ” Bland, , Trump, Sen, Lindsey Graham, Brad Raffensperger, Graham, Raffensperger, Rudy Giuliani, David Goldman, John Cusick, there’s, ” Cusick, , Cusick, Jim Crow, Sheriff Jim Clark, Clark, Edmund Pettus, Wilson Baker, Baker, Ari Berman, don’t, Bertrall Ross, ” Ross, Joe Biden, Greg Lewis, Lewis, it's, Cusack, Mordecai Johnson Organizations: ATLANTA, Liberty Temple Baptist Church, state’s Interfaith Council, Capitol, Michigan Board, Canvassers, Baptist Pastors, Black, Trump, Democratic Party, New York City, Republican, State Capitol, NAACP Legal Defense, Educational Fund, Sheriff, Dallas County Democratic, The, Justice, University of California, Republican Party, God, Howard University, State Board of Canvassers, Facebook, Twitter Locations: Detroit, Lansing , Michigan, state’s, region’s, Michigan, Lansing, , Philadelphia, Atlanta, United States, America, Georgia, Washington, New York, Wayne County, Philadelphia , Pittsburgh, Milwaukee, Madison , Wisconsin, Mich, Dallas County , Alabama, Selma, Black, Berkeley, St, Gabriel’s, Wisconsin
It also paves the way for Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris to receive regular national security briefings that Trump also gets. On Tuesday, Biden and Harris are expected to formally introduce their appointments to critical national security and foreign policy positions in Wilmington, Delaware. Two Trump administration officials said the Biden agency review teams could begin interacting with Trump agency officials as soon as Tuesday. The Biden transition team said meetings would begin with federal officials on Washington’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, along with discussions of national security issues. The letter came shortly after Michigan officials certified Biden as the victor in their state.
Persons: Joe Biden, Trump, Kamala Harris, Tom Brenner, Critics, Biden, Harris, Antony Blinken, John Kerry, Jake Sullivan, Linda Thomas, Janet Yellen, Sue Gough, ” Gough, Emily Murphy’s, Emily, ” Trump, , ” Biden, Murphy, State Barbara Cegavske, Don Beyer Organizations: Reuters, National Governors Association, REUTERS, Services, Twitter, GSA, Trump, Biden, State Department, Democratic, United Nations, Treasury, Pentagon, Department of Defense, DoD, Department, Michigan, State, Republican, Obama, Commerce Department Locations: WILMINGTON , Delaware, Wilmington , Delaware, U.S, Greenfield, Nevada
It also paves the way for Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris to receive regular national security briefings that Trump also gets. The Biden transition team said meetings would begin with federal officials on Washington’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, along with discussions of national security issues. Slideshow ( 7 images )Two Trump administration officials said the Biden agency review teams could begin interacting with Trump agency officials as soon as Tuesday. “This is probably the closest thing to a concession that President Trump could issue,” said Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer. He named Jake Sullivan as his national security adviser and Linda Thomas-Greenfield as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Joe Biden, Trump, Biden’s, Biden, Antony Blinken, Emily Murphy, Kamala Harris, Murphy, Emily, ” Trump, , Chuck Schumer, Don Beyer, Jake Sullivan, Linda Thomas, John Kerry, Janet Yellen, Alejandro Mayorkas Organizations: White, Trump, Republican, Democratic, State Department, General Services Administration, GSA, Michigan, Twitter, Biden, Obama, Commerce Department, Democrats, Republicans, United Nations, Treasury, Department of Homeland Security Locations: WASHINGTON, WILMINGTON, Del, Trump, Michigan’s, Greenfield, U.S
Electronic or paper poll books are used to check if a voter is registered to vote at a particular location. Increasing numbers of states already use a version of such digital poll books, but there needs to be a national standard for their certification and security, along with national funding. Even with a system that’s expected to work well, we need to know that it has worked well. That’s why we should have risk-limiting audits after each election after the counting is complete but before the result is certified. In such audits, a small number of randomly selected ballots are examined and compared with the already reported results.
Persons: it’s, Locations: . Colorado , Rhode Island, Virginia, Indiana, Nevada
PARIS/MILAN (Reuters) - France’s Credit Agricole made an offer to buy third-tier Italian lender Creval for 737 million euros ($875 million) on Monday, joining a wave of consolidation in the country’s banking sector. FILE PHOTO: A Credit Agricole sign is pictured on a building of the bank in Geneva November 26, 2014. Credit Agricole Italia will offer 10.50 euros per Creval share, a 21.4% premium on Friday’s closing price. Credit Agricole Italia had held preliminary talks with Banco BPM, Italy’s No.3 bank and a long-standing commercial partner, but they stalled, sources had said. “We were in an ambiguous situation, we had this long-term ‘bancassurance’ accord but it was difficult to pursue synergies,” Credit Agricole Italia CEO Giampiero Maioli told a press briefing.
Persons: Denis Balibouse France’s, Intesa, Giampiero Maioli, Maioli, “ We’ve, ” Maioli, , Amundi, don’t Organizations: PARIS, Agricole, REUTERS, Banco, Credit, Italia, Credit Agricole, Credit Agricole Italia, European Central Bank, Treasury, Mediobanca Securities, Creval, group’s, Agricole Assurance, Pioneer Investments Locations: MILAN, Geneva, Italy, Creval, dei, London, Cariparma, UniCredit
Yo-Yo Ma and the Meaning of Life
  + stars: | 2020-11-23 | by ( David Marchese | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +20 min
“People need each other for support beyond the immediate staples of life,” Ma says. “They need music.”Do you think music is fundamentally good? Think about language, think about agriculture, think about navigation, think about engineering. I’m using culture.” It doesn’t need to be defined as “I’m going to play for you this piece of music.” It’s not that. I’m going to figure out what I can do with the cello.” He says, “I’m going to learn everything about the instrument.” He writes the first suite, second, third suites.
Persons: Bráulio Amado, Ma, , Kathryn Stott, ” Ma, I’ve, You’re, don’t, you’ve, David, Newton, you’re, It’s, ” It’s, , who’s, Tell, I’m, Teddy, Oliver, It’ll, Ted Thai, we’ve, Bach, “ I’m, Clive Barda, Seiji Ozawa, ” — Anthony McGill, He’s, Manny Ax, Jeff Vespa Organizations: YouTube, Carnegie Hall, Getty, English, Orchestra, Boston Symphony Locations: London, United States, United States of America, Europe
Indeed, despite President Trump’s loss here, the early days of campaigning in the runoff races look much like the months that preceded them. The incumbent Republican senators, Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue, have filled the airwaves with scathing attack ads seeking to paint Democrats as radicals fundamentally opposed to the country’s core principles and warning that Democratic sway over the Senate would usher in a wave of socialism. The two senators have not aired a single positive advertisement between them, and neither have two outside groups supporting them, according to the ad tracking firm Advertising Analytics. The breathless ad campaigns and demonizing of liberals reflect the stakes for the Republican Party and its voters as they try to deny Democrats total control of the White House and Congress. Mr. Perdue said this past week at a rally in Perry, Ga., that his Democratic opponent, Jon Ossoff, was a “trust fund socialist who lives off his family’s money making documentary movies that no one’s ever watched.”
Persons: PERRY, Trump’s, Kelly Loeffler, David Perdue, Perdue, Jon Ossoff, Organizations: Republican, Democratic, Analytics, Republican Party, White House Locations: Georgia, Perry ,
Snapshots of Daily Life in a Remote Region of Portugal
  + stars: | 2020-11-23 | by ( André Vieira | Photographs | Text By | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.74   time to read: +1 min
My first acquaintance in town was Elias Coelho, the patriarch of one of the oldest families in the village. He seemed to have something to discuss with everyone who walked by. Clinging to his arm like a koala was Beatriz, his two-year-old granddaughter, the youngest resident of Vilarinho Seco. Many people have left,” he said, lamenting the potential loss of the village and its traditions. “The young don’t want the heavy work in the fields anymore.”
Persons: Elias Coelho, , Beatriz, don’t Locations: Vilarinho Seco
The Nerdy Quarterback Who Solved Football—50 Years Ago
  + stars: | 2020-11-22 | by ( Andrew Beaton | ) www.wsj.com + 1.00   time to read: 1 min
Virgil Carter was a graduate business student at Northwestern in 1970 who spent hours a day on an enormous computer in a dingy old room where he coded thousands of punch cards. His goal was to gain a greater understanding of his day job—as an NFL quarterback. Half a century later, quarterbacks make tens of millions of dollars per year and don’t spend their offseasons in grad school. The football world, though, is still catching up to Virgil Carter. The data he crunched is the foundation of the NFL’s analytics revolution....
Persons: Virgil Carter, don’t Organizations: Northwestern, NFL
President Donald Trump is refusing to concede the presidential election, and said he plans to fight the results in court. The issue of whether to concede has divided Trump's inner circle, with some advising him to accept loss with dignity. Sen. Lindsey Graham: FightThe South Carolina senator has put his money where his mouth is, telling Sean Hannity's show that he had personally donated $500,000 to Trump's legal efforts. Rudy Giuliani: FightThe president's personal lawyer has been spearheading Trump's efforts to dispute the election results. "The President and his lawyers have made claims of criminality and widespread fraud, which they allege could impact election results.
Persons: Donald Trump, Melania Trump, Don Jr, Rudy Giuliani, Jared Kushner, Donald Trump's, Joe Biden, Trump's, Sophia Ankel, MAGA, Ivanka Trump, Kushner, Trump, Jason Miller, Jared, Fox's Laura Ingraham, Laura Ingraham, Savannah Guthrie, Sean Hannity, Gore, Hannity, Gregg Jarrett, Sen, Lindsey Graham, Sean Hannity's, Pat Toomey, Pennsylvania Sen, Biden, Kamala Harris, Toomey, Mitt Romney, Susan Collins of, Lisa Murkowski, Ted Cruz, Texas Sen, Rupert Murdoch, Joe Time, He's, Eric Trump, Eric, Donald, lambasting, Mitch McConnell, Noncommittal McConnell, McConnell, Kayleigh, Jeanine Pirro, Eric Trump's, Newt Gingrich, George Soros, Soros, Larry Hogan, Hogan, Liz Cheney, Cheney, Mike Pence, Pence Organizations: Business, CNN, New York Times, Fox News, Trump, NBC, Fox, Breitbart, Bush, South, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Republican, Newsweek, The New York, New York Post, CBS, Twitter, White, Republicans, Biden, Gov, Maryland, House Republican Conference, Council, National Locations: Georgia, Savannah, South Carolina, Sens, Utah, Susan Collins of Maine, Alaska, Texas, Ukraine, United States
China’s Surveillance State Sucks Up Data. U.S. Tech Is Key to Sorting It.
  + stars: | 2020-11-22 | by ( Paul Mozur | Don Clark | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
Powerful American technology and its potential misuse cut to the heart of the decisions the Biden administration must face as it tackles the country’s increasingly bitter relationship with China. The Trump administration last year banned the sale of advanced semiconductors and other technology to Chinese companies implicated in national security or humans rights issues. A crucial early question for Mr. Biden will be whether to firm up, loosen or rethink those restrictions. The chips in the Urumqi complex, for example, were sold by Intel and Nvidia to Sugon, the Chinese company backing the center. Sugon is an important supplier to Chinese military and security forces, but it also makes computers for ordinary companies.
Persons: Biden, Trump, Jason Matheny Organizations: Companies, Intel, Nvidia, Sugon, Georgetown University’s Center for Security, Emerging Technology Locations: China, Urumqi, U.S
REUTERS/Carlos BarriaA posts by The Committee to Defend the President sharing the tweet seriously and with over 1,600 shares, can be seen here and reads, “We agree with President Trump's sister, Betty! LOVE!” (here)Donald Trump has four siblings: Robert Trump, Maryanne Trump Barry, Elizabeth Trump Grau, and Fred Trump Jr. Earlier this year, disparaging tapes of Trump’s sister Maryanne came to light, visible in a Washington Post report here. According to the Post, his other sister Elizabeth “has stayed out of the public eye,” making a public announcement on Twitter additionally unlikely. Tweet by Trump’s sister Betty was sent from a now-suspended parody account.
Persons: Betty Trump, Don, Donald Trump, Carlos Barria, , Trump's, Betty, Trump, , Wayne Dupree, Elizabeth, Hope y’all, Robert Trump, Maryanne Trump Barry, Elizabeth Trump Grau, Fred Trump Jr, Maryanne, Elizabeth “, Trump’s, Read Organizations: White, REUTERS, Committee, Twitter, Trump, New York Times, Mashable, Guardian, Business, Washington Post, Reuters Locations: Brady, Washington , U.S, Washington
Retailers Cut Back on Choices; ‘We Don’t Need Three Types of Red’
  + stars: | 2020-11-21 | by ( Suzanne Kapner | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: 1 min
Coach is cutting its handbag styles by half. Bed Bath & Beyond is reducing its can opener selection by two-thirds. Kohl’s is culling its towel offerings by nearly a fifth. Retailers ramped up choices in recent decades as the internet created a so-called endless aisle that freed them from the space constraints of physical stores, according to analysts and industry executives. They tried to capitalize on the shift toward personalization with a desire to please everyone and added variety to tempt people to buy items they didn’t...
Organizations: Retailers
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