Georgina Godwin and guests set the tone for the weekend. Simon Brooke reviews the day’s newspapers and Andrew Mueller recaps what we learned this week.
Daily Archives: February 11, 2023
Finance Preview: Barron’s Magazine – Feb 13, 2023
Barron’s Magazine – February 13, 2023 issue:
ChatGPT Sparked an AI Craze. How to Cut Through the Hype.
Artificial intelligence has sparked new competition in internet search—for the first time in decades. Here’s how to build an AI portfolio.
You Could Live to 100. The Trick Is Not Running Out of Money.
More people are living longer and healthier. Here’s how to make sure your retirement savings lasts, while still living life to the fullest.
Can Paramount Escape a Century of Dysfunction?
A new book digs into the communication giant’s troubled history as investors await a turnaround under CEO Robert Bakish and nonexecutive Chair Shari Redstone.
Expect to Live a Long Time? Plan for Rising Healthcare Costs.
Even if you’re fit, healthcare is a massive—and growing—expense that increases the longer you live. Here are ways to stretch your spending power.
Front Page: The New York Times – February 11, 2023
Russia Fires Major Missile Barrage at Ukraine as Combat Intensifies
The first major aerial bombardment in weeks targeted cities across Ukraine, as President Volodymyr Zelensky returned home from a trip across Europe to press for more arms.
U.S. Shoots Down High-Altitude Object Over Alaska
The incident comes less than a week after a U.S. fighter jet brought down a Chinese spy balloon over the Atlantic during a diplomatic crisis.
As Federal Cash Flows to Unions, Democrats Hope to Reap the Rewards
In places like West Virginia, money from three major laws passed by Congress is pouring into the alternative energy industry and other projects. “I think it’s a renaissance for the labor movement,” said one union official.
Fetterman, Recovering After Stroke, Labors to Adjust to Life in the Senate
The first-term Democrat, who was released Friday after two days in the hospital, is coping with the lasting effects of a near-fatal stroke last year, and Congress is adapting to accommodate him.