The wall street Journal – June 24, 2017

A daily 10 minute auction in Chicago that helps set the national price of cheese to go electronic on Monday, have being held in a traditional open–outcry format for decades.

Behold the ultimate transmuter,
From cow to an artisanal computer.


The Wall Street Journal – June 23, 2017

President Donald Trump doesn’t have recordings of his conversations with former FBI director James Comey, he said Thursday ending more than a month of questions about the existence of any tapes as the two-man dispute each other’s accounts of their discussions.

So why all the mystery. Wall all the waiting?
It’s just more provocative “reality show” baiting.


The Wall Street Journal – June 21, 2017

… Another approach is to think of your commute as a buffer. When you can prepare mentally for the workday then retreat into your thoughts…

Crowding and delays can be unkind.
Try travel to another place in your mind.


The Washinton Post – June 15, 2017

Going full throttle into groceries by announcing a $13.7 billion deal for Whole Foods on Friday, Amazon gets the advantage of using the stores as mini-distribution hubs to deliver items to customers. But online delivery of groceries has been tough to pull off.

Online pictures may be quite pleasing.
But, tomatoes were made for SQUEEZING


The Wall Street Journal – June 12, 2017

The VIX which tracks volatility, spawned a giant trading echo system that could magnify losses.

Now may be the times to cash in,
Before “fear” becomes the reighning fashion.