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Key Words: Charles Barkley on Kyrie Irving: ‘You don’t get the vaccine for yourself. You get it for other people.’

Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving may miss the NBA season over his refusal to get the COVID-19 vaccine, and as his team took the floor for its season opener Tuesday night, NBA Commissioner and TNT analyst Charles Barkley had nearly identical messages for Irving: Get vaccinated, for others if not for yourself.

: Verizon profit tops expectations, broadband continues to see growth

Verizon Communications Inc. topped earnings estimates for its latest quarter but came up a bit short on revenue as the company continued to see low customer churn.

Metals Stocks: Gold futures poised for back-to-back gains, despite Treasury yield’s rise

Gold futures are higher for a second day Wednesday, even as the precious metal is confronting bearish factors, including rising Treasury yields and a slight rise in the U.S. dollar during the session.

NerdWallet: Even with travel rates down, tour companies are seeing big interest in this new trend

Hike a mountain range, scuba dive off the coast of a remote island or bike through vineyards and farmland—active vacations are on the rise.

Key Words: Jamie Dimon humblebrags to his staff: ‘I’m about to meet the Queen but really want to be with you all.’

JPMorgan's leader Jamie Dimon reportedly took a few minutes before meeting the Queen, to woo his wealth advisors and offer them a payrise.

Bond Report: 10-year Treasury yield holds at 5-month high

U.S. Treasury yields are steady Wednesday, after the 10-year saw levels not seen since mid May on Tuesday, when Federal Reserve Gov. Christopher Waller said the central bank might be compelled to adopt a “more aggressive policy response” if inflation continues to overheat in the wake of the pandemic.

London Markets: Interest-rate hike expectations still elevated after U.K. inflation unexpectedly slows

Interest-rate expectations took only a minor hit on Wednesday after a softer-than-forecast reading on inflation.

BookWatch: U.S. taxpayers and innocent Americans are paying the price for wrongful convictions. I know because this happened to me.

Families and communities affected by wrongful incarceration need services and resources.

The Wall Street Journal: New York set to require all public workers get COVID vaccinations, with no options for testing

Noncompliant employees will be placed on unpaid leave and City Hall officials plan to negotiate in the coming days with labor unions about procedures that would follow, said a spokeswoman.

Need to Know: Here’s what legendary investor Bill Miller said in his final investment letter

There's only one Bill Miller, the fund manager who famously beat the S&P 500 for 15 years in a row, through to 2005. Here is what he said in his final investment letter

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