Get ready for clogged supply chains when China’s COVID lockdowns end
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Also on today's program: A dive into the history of privacy protections in the U.S., and a New York accountant preps for Tax Day.
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Goods sitting idle in warehouses or containers will head to the U.S., though many companies have adapted to shortages.
The move shows the president is trying to bring down prices, but he also appears to be going back on his word to curb oil and gas production.
U.S. industry doesn't produce enough of the materials, such as steel, to satisfy the need, so this may be more of an aspiration than a policy.
The cryptocurrencies — pegged to "real" currencies that aren't supposed to fluctuate in value — are the bedrock of the crypto economy.
How taxing is Tax Day for an accountant?
Today, we check in with Michael Durant, a New York-based tax accountant, who chats about the final days leading up to today’s federal filing deadline.
In a new book, legal historian Amy Gajda explores the origins of the “right to privacy.” A daring moment in a Broadway show is part of the story.