Your Evening Briefing
Here are today’s top stories
Regulation, litigation and shareholder meetings. JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon says those three things are keeping companies from going public.
Despite Germany’s historic economic expansion, there are increasing signs of instability in the heart of Europe. This is where those signs are.
It wasn’t a great day for Jeff Bezos, either. Assailed for low paying jobs, he’s raising minimum wages for Amazon employees in the U.S. and U.K.
What’s Joe Weisenthal thinking about? The Bloomberg news director is thinking about “Jobs Friday,” which is this Friday. A drop in unemployment to 3.8 percent is expected, but so to is a decline in wage growth.
What you’ll need to know tomorrow
- The N.Y. Times says Trump’s fortune comes in part from tax dodges.
- North Dakota likes a Trump-friendly Senate candidate, a poll shows.
- Toys ‘R’ Us is dead. Long live Toys ‘R’ Us.
- The FDA may decide to crack down on vaping after all.
- It’s getting even harder to sell your home in Manhattan.
- Netflix is planning a “choose your own adventure” Black Mirror.
- Read Bloomberg Opinion on why the Obamas shouldn’t get too rich.
What you’ll want to read tonight
There’s a 99.7 percent chance of a 6.7 or higher quake hitting the Pacific coast in the next few decades. ShakeAlert, a government funded network of seismometers, is powering an early warning system that may save lives. It goes online in a few months, Bloomberg Businessweek reports, though Japan and Mexico have had similar systems for decades.
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