Reed Hastings is stepping down as chief executive of Netflix, central bankers are making it clear to investors that they’re going to keep raising interest rates, companies are trying to find solutions to global supply chain kinks, and the FT’s Yuan Yang explains the power of collectively remembering pandemic lockdowns in China.

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Netflix co-founder Reed Hastings to step down as chief executive

Central bankers pledge to ‘stay the course’ on high interest rates

Companies race to work around choke points in world trade

China’s collective memories of the pandemic deserve to be preserved

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