An American Helped Build a Business Inside China. Clients Want Him to Leave

The Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal


Today's News

Catalytic converter theft is on the rise, an American businessman is being forced to leave China, and tech is becoming boring. Here's a look at today's top stories.


  1. A recent surge in catalytic converter theft has been observed across the United States.
  2. An American businessman who has helped build a successful business inside of China is now being asked by clients to leave the country.
  3. As technology becomes more commonplace, it is also becoming more boring. Some believe that this is a good thing.
  4. Six professionals offer their best guesses as to where markets are headed in the near future.
  5. A new study has found that scaring oneself silly can have surprising benefits, including reducing stress levels and improving sleep quality.