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6 stories worth telling you about: supply chain disruptions, inflation, bankruptcy, and more...
Every week when I have to pick “the story” to talk about, there always seems to be a few stories that I wanted to share with you, but they didn’t quite grab my attention like the one I end up picking. If you haven’t gotten a chance to read yesterday’s post, check it out and join the conversation:
Instead of letting those other stories go unread, I’ve decided to share those with you here! Here are 6 things I thought were worth sharing:
The tuna lawsuit against Subway now has a sequel but is focused on a new point of contention. Read about the first one on Monday Morning Economist.
Bankruptcy isn’t just for companies that can’t pay the bills. Johnson & Johnson is placing one of its units in bankruptcy to avoid lawsuits.
What’s the point of a label if it isn’t accurate? Strawberry Pop-Tarts may not have enough strawberries in them.
I don’t think inflation is all that magical. A look at the history of Walt Disney World prices compared to other goods.
Instead of raising prices, Sherwin Williams is adding a supply-chain surcharge to their receipts.
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