May 29, 2023

The only daily news program focused exclusively on technology, innovation and the future of business from San Francisco.
Simulcast of Bloomberg Television
When the world was confronted with the pandemic in 2020, Australia responded hard and fast in what would be, at first, one of the most successful efforts to combat the virus.
New Zealand’s Weak Retail Sales Raise Technical Recession Risk
These Are China’s 19 New Measures to Bolster Economic Growth
Singapore’s Genesis Targets $150 Million for Startup Debt Fund
SoftBank-Backed Agri Startup Turns Unicorn With $2.7 Billion Tag
Apple Confirms Sept. 7 Launch Date for iPhone 14, New Watches
Indonesian Senior Cop Quits as Public Anger Mounts Over Scandal
US Strikes Back at Militants in Syria After Rocket Assaults
Billionaires Rubenstein, Leonsis Eyeing MLB’s Nationals and Orioles
Do You Qualify for Student Debt Relief? What Borrowers Should Know About Biden’s Plan
Kirby Starts With Record 24 Straight Strikes; Nats Top M’s
Our First Steps? Fossil May Boost Case for Earliest Ancestor
US-South Korea War Games Have a Global Audience
Pakistan Can’t Afford Another Political Crisis
Good Luck Taking Away China’s Manufacturing Mojo
The Future of Shipping Is … Sails?
Truth Social Has a Content Moderation Problem
Good Luck Finding a Seat in That Fancy Airport Lounge
Singapore Housing Barrier Becomes Even Higher for LGBTQ Buyers
Biden Wins Emergency Abortion Access Ruling in Idaho
Harvey Weinstein Is Granted Appeal of Rape, Sex-Assault Conviction
US Crop Tour Stokes Fears of Looming Corn Shortage
Australia Could Power the World and Its Green Ambitions Could Change Everything
Former NYC Mayor Bill De Blasio Gets 477 Votes in a Race He Quit
White House Pledges ‘Stability’ Vouchers for Homeless and At-Risk People
Cities Funding Abortion Access Battle State Leaders Against It
Alameda Co-CEO Trabucco Steps Down From Crypto Trading Firm
Ethereum ‘Bug Bounties’ Jump to $1 Million Before Software Upgrade
Voyager Gets Bankruptcy Court Approval on $1.6 Million in Key Employee Bonuses
A rapidly increasing number of disgruntled Chinese homebuyers are refusing to pay mortgages for unfinished construction projects, exacerbating the country’s real estate woes and stoking fears that the crisis will spread to the wider financial system.
Homebuyers have stopped mortgage payments on at least 100 projects in more than 50 cities as of Wednesday, according to researcher China Real Estate Information Corp. That’s up from 58 projects on Tuesday and only 28 on Monday, according to Jefferies Financial Group Inc. analysts including Shujin Chen. 


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