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.

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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.

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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.

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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

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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.

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