Why Grandma’s Nutrition Drink Is So Hard to Disrupt

Upstarts have tried, and mostly failed, to compete with shakes like Ensure and Boost. They say the brands’ ties to health care providers make it tough. Source link

Royal Mail workers to strike again on 16 February

Around 115,000 postal workers will walk out for 24 hours in a row over pay and conditions, says the CWU. Source link

Can A Trillion Dollar Coin Resolve the Debt Ceiling Crisis?

The latest standoff over raising the nation’s debt ceiling is giving new life to an old theory about how to avoid a default. Source link

Senator Calls on Apple and Google to Ban TikTok in App Stores

Michael F. Bennet, a Colorado Democrat, cited national security, adding to bipartisan pressure on the Chinese-owned video app. Source link

Biden and McCarthy Discuss Debt Limit as Financial Crisis Looms

The meeting, which did not appear to yield a breakthrough, highlighted the differences between the White House and the Republicans who now control the House. Source link

King Charles will not appear on new Australia $5 note

"The Bank will consult with First Australians in designing the $5 banknote. The new banknote will take a number of years to be designed and printed. In the...

Fed Raises Rates at Slower Pace

The Federal Reserve raised rates by a quarter of a point, a less aggressive move than before, but said that “ongoing” rate increases were warranted. Source link

BBC Arabic Radio Airs Final Broadcast After 85 Years

The move came as part of cost-cutting measures under which the news service is also ending its radio programming in 10 other languages, including Persian, Chinese and Hindi. Source...

What to Watch at the Fed’s First Meeting of 2023

The central bank is expected to lift interest rates and offer signals about what might come next. Source link

British Steel considering 800 job cuts in Lincolnshire

The plans, which have not been formally submitted, come as the firm struggles with high energy prices. Source link