Today's headlines include a variety of stories, from political upheaval in Russia to financial news to new developments in the tech industry.
Could Putin's Fall From Power Signal the End of an Era for Russia?
- Will Putin Fall Like Khrushchev and Gorbachev?
This article looks at whether or not Vladimir Putin will suffer the same fate as previous Soviet leaders Nikita Khrushchev and Mikhail Gorbachev. Both of them were ousted from power, and the author posits that Putin could meet the same fate if he does not make some important changes.
- Venture Firms Are Betting on Public Tech Stocks as Startup Market Stalls
As the market for startups cools down, venture firms are increasingly investing in public tech stocks. This article looks at why this trend is happening and what it could mean for the future of the startup market.
- As Bond Investors' Bets Blow Up, They Might Usher In Era of Higher Rates
As some bond investors have been burned by recent market volatility, there is a possibility that this could lead to an era of higher interest rates. This article looks at why this could happen and what the implications could be.
- Social Security Benefits to Increase 8.7% in 2023
Social Security benefits are set to increase by 8.7% in 2023, according to the Social Security Administration. This article looks at why this is happening and what it could mean for beneficiaries.
- TSMC Reports Record Profit, Gains Exemption From U.S. Chip Curbs on China
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has reported record profits and has been granted an exemption from U.S. chip export restrictions to China. This article looks at why this is happening and what it could mean for the company.
- 3M Earns Appellate Review of Earplug Unit’s Bankruptcy Shield
3M has earned an appellate review of a bankruptcy shield that was granted to its earplug unit. This article looks at the reasons for the review and what it could mean for the company.
- Amazon’s October Attempt at Prime Day Falls Flat, Analysts Say
Amazon's attempt at Prime Day in October was not as successful as the company had hoped, according to analysts. This article looks at why this happened and what it could mean for the future of Prime Day.
- Netflix to Charge $6.99 a Month for New Ad-Supported Tier
Netflix is set to launch a new ad-supported tier that will cost $6.99 per month. This article looks at why the company is doing this and what it could mean for users.
- Samsung Gets One-Year Exemption From New U.S. Chip Restrictions on China
Samsung has been granted a one-year exemption from new U.S. chip export restrictions to China. This article looks at why this is happening and what it could mean for the company.
As Bond Investors' Bets Blow Up, They Might Usher In Era of Higher Rates
<ol><li>As Bond Investors' Bets Blow Up, They Might Usher In Era of Higher Rates The Wall Street Journal </li><li>Turmoil Returns to the U.K. Bond Market The New York Times </li><li>Bank of England confirms end to bond buying program Friday CNBC Televisi…