2. It is not unusual for the documented wealth of China’s richest people to surge suddenly — or even for previously unknown tycoons to burst into prominence — as stock exchange listings and other public investments thrust them into the spotlight.
3. But the young boy still had on last trick up his sleeve before surrendering.
4. China’s retail sales softened as industrial production and investment held more or less steady in spite of a weaker showing from exports last month.
5. Each film Wes Anderson makes seems to exist in its very own universe. And “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” set mainly in the 1930s, uses distinct elements and props to help define its world.
6. The prospect of a major shakeup right before the deadline is usually a recipe for disaster, especially if it leads to immediate roster change.