Companies That Got Out of China Before Coronavirus Are Still Tangled in Its Supply Chains

The epidemic has revealed a central problem for the global manufacturing industry: China’s shadow has grown so long that even companies that have moved on can’t wriggle free of the country’s grip on supply networks. 35

The Company That Fought the Coronavirus and Won

After employees at a German auto supplier started falling ill with the coronavirus, executives and health officials used detective work, rapid testing and isolation to limit the spread. The quick response is an example of how to contain a virus that remains little understood. 3

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Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Backs Away From Canadian Gas Project

Berkshire Hathaway has backed out of financing a major gas project in Quebec, prompting worries that international investors are increasingly shunning Canada after protests over another energy project.