Monday, February 12

ByKevin Sheekey

Photo of the Day

Jamie Anderson

Jamie Anderson poses during the victory ceremony for the women’s slopestyle snowboarding today. Photographer: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images

Most Read on the Terminal (Last 8 Hours):
Deutsche Bank to Recruit Rookies in Bid to Revive Equities Unit (Bloomberg)

Market Anger in China: Chinese investors flooded the Weibo account of the U.S. embassy in Beijing with complaints about stock losses after the country’s equities suffered their steepest weekly plunge in two years. The U.S. embassy said Monday its Sina Weibo account received more than 10,000 comments about the Chinese stock market. Chinese Stock Investors Vent on U.S. Embassy Weibo Account (Bloomberg)

Check With Your Airline: An unexploded World War II bomb was found in the River Thames early Sunday during planned development work at the airport leading officials to shut the airport until the device is removed or defused. London City Airport Scraps Monday Flights as WW2 Bomb Found (Bloomberg)

Even with one in 10 French workers out of a job, companies cite difficulty in hiring as one of their biggest problems as a long-awaited economic recovery takes hold as French President Emmanuel Macron pledges to invest 15 billion euros in job training. 3.5 Million Jobless and French Companies Still Can’t Find Staff (Bloomberg)

Adjusting the Org Chart: Just 8 percent of cybersecurity heads at U.S. financial firms report to the chief executive officer directly and more should do so to help facilitate decision-making, according to the Financial Services Information Sharing & Analysis Center. Bank Cybersecurity Heads Are Seen in Need of More CEO Face Time (Bloomberg)

Trump Today: The White House will release two documents today: its much-ballyhooed infrastructure plan and its 2018 budget. Readers should file both documents under the genre of “science fiction.” The White House’s Week of Magical Thinking (Axios)

A new report funded by Bloomberg Philanthropies finds that only one quarter of the world’s governments have urban development policies and most are not enough to make cities sustainable. National Governments Neglecting Development Needs of Cities (The Guardian)

Teen Phenom Makes History: Wild winds disrupted the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics on Sunday as a 17-year-old American snowboarder made history by becoming the first Games gold medallist born this millennium. Take it as Red: Teen Makes History as Wind Pummels Pyeongchang (Agence France Presse)

Olympic Medal Tracker: Bloomberg is tracking the medals won by each country, and Germany currently has the most gold medals. Wealthier nations tend to win more overall. But when you look at the ratio of medals to gross domestic product, or even medals per capita, bigger is not always better. Just ask Norway: Who Is Winning in Pyeongchang (Bloomberg)

Best of late night.

Stephen Colbert on the late Show highlighted a job opening at Fox News:

“A really big job just opened. Fox and Friends is looking for a new head writer. Hold on, someone writes Fox and Friends? I thought they just got some monkeys drunk and gave them a Ouija Board. This does not come around every day, keep in mind, and I’m not exaggerating, this is the show that the President watches every morning to know what he thinks. A must more honest ad would say, “Job opening for the most influential writer in the world. Must be okay with having your most casual thought instantly turned into global policy.”

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