GameStop returns, Myanmar banks, Texas power politics

GameStop’s share price doubled in the final 90 minutes of trading on Wednesday, partners at the consultancy McKinsey have voted to remove Kevin Sneader from his post as global managing partner, and Myanmar’s banking system has ground almost to a halt as employees joined protests against the military coup. Plus, climatologist Michael Mann explains why wind power is not to blame for power failures in Texas during the recent cold snap.


GameStop shares double in final 90 minutes of trading day

https://www.ft.com/content/50eaa1b5-d244-4b3e-b460-736828c049cd


Myanmar protesters join general strike in defiance of threats of violence

https://www.ft.com/content/5f61da58-e618-42a8-b13c-300567248ff1


Blaming Texas electricity failure on wind

https://www.ft.com/content/adc21f2b-ccf7-4b8b-8604-53cae556a7dd


Sports gear maker Under Armour halves sponsorship commitments

https://www.ft.com/content/f97405a1-4187-4186-833c-c8c4f07bfcbf



 

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