DRAM Chip Supply Chain Disrupted by Fire, Tesco Wants Shoppers to Linger, Field Museum’s Lending Library

A fire broke out at a Chinese factory responsible for nearly one-sixth of the world’s supply of a crucial tech part, the dynamic random access memory (DRAM) chip used in personal computers, smartphones, and tablets.

Tesco is trying to revive sales by adding gourmet coffee bars, restaurants, nail salons, and yoga studios in hopes that customers will be encouraged to linger.

Consumer remain frugal in spite of the recovering economy.

Chicago’s Field Museum lends out artifacts as part of its N.W. Harris Learning Collection.

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