WSJ Note for 3/7/20

I’m upgrading my daily notes for The Wall Street Journal! Here are the notes for Saturday, March 7, 2020:

  1. Would you pay $24,000 for kitchen knife? Maybe you wouldn’t but there is an active WAITIG LIST for a Bob Kramer knife.
  2. Facebook said “no sir” to Trump, who, according to them, posted an add that falsely represented the 2020 Census.
  3. The NCAA is saying that at the worst, they will have people-free March Madness and that they will screen each player prior to the start of the game.
  4. Dating apps are learning that its wise to add video features to their sites to eliminate catfishing and other terrible things people do when hiding behind a website or app.
  5. The U.S. is quarantining dollars that flow in from china (from exchange, etc.) That doesn’t mean you should touch money and not think twice.

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