Very interesting case of some Chinese United Front members trying to bully a British musician from filming inside St Pancras railway station. (The real-life “Harry Potter” station.)
The title of the next video isn’t quite accurate. While the policewoman did try to make a case, she ultimately accepted the fact that Brendan Kavanagh was filming legally in a public place and she let him walk without so much as a warning.
The full-length livestream video:
Apple’s suppliers including iPhone manufacturer Foxconn have invested $16 billion since 2018
“Over the last four years since the start of the pandemic, we estimate Apple’s revenues have been impacted by over $30 billion,” says TD Cowen in the note. This comes from “undersupplying the market due to production disruptions stemming from component supply, available labor pool, and/or government-mandated movement restrictions.”