Assorted Links Friday
California, shipping, inflatable hands, vaccines, buffalo hunting, and energy.
Why company headquarters are leaving California in unprecedented numbers by Joseph Vranich and Lee E. Ohanian.
🎬 What’s going on with shipping rates? McKinsey’s Steve Saxon and Jaana Remes discuss why container shipping costs are surging and give their take on what lies ahead for the industry.
MIT researchers have developed inflatable mind-controlled prosthetic hand:
Vaccine inequality could cost the global economy trillions, report finds. “Emerging countries will shoulder around two-thirds of these losses, further delaying their economic convergence with more developed countries,” wrote Agathe Demarais, the Economist Intelligence Unit global forecasting director.
Employers want you to get vaccinated. This one is offering a $1,000 bonus.
I just finished Buffalo Hunting in Alabama: A Novel by Don Erwin. Look for a review next week. Spoiler: It's a must read!
Here's how the G20's energy mix has changed over 56 years:
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