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‘Rex, Eat the Salad:’ Inside the Awkward Relationship Between Rex Tillerson and Donald Trump

‘Rex, Eat the Salad:’ Inside the Awkward Relationship Between Rex Tillerson and Donald Trump

Rex Tillerson’s appointment as secretary of state brought a globe-trotting executive to Washington to work for the first businessman president. But soon Mr. Tillerson found himself in an awkward place: roiling a massive diplomatic bureaucracy with a proposal to slash its $55-billion budget by almost 40%, yet distant from the White House he reported in to.

Published 3 months ago

Trump’s Personal Assistant Fired Over Security Issue

Trump’s Personal Assistant Fired Over Security Issue

President Trump’s personal assistant, John McEntee, was escorted out of the White House on Monday for an unspecified security issue.

Published 3 months ago

Pompeo Nomination for Secretary of State Signals Shift on Foreign Policy

Pompeo Nomination for Secretary of State Signals Shift on Foreign Policy

Donald Trump’s plan to nominate CIA Director Mike Pompeo to succeed Rex Tillerson as secretary of state positions a crucial Trump ally as the administration’s top diplomat, one who the president said is more in line with his foreign-policy vision.

Published 3 months ago

Vice Media’s Shane Smith Passes CEO Title to A+E’s Nancy Dubuc

Vice Media’s Shane Smith Passes CEO Title to A+E’s Nancy Dubuc

Shane Smith, the co-founder, brand avatar and most visible face of Vice Media, is handing the chief executive position over to A+E Networks CEO Nancy Dubuc as he steps into the role of executive chairman, the company announced Tuesday.

Published 3 months ago

Appointing Pompeo brings Trump’s America First policy closer

Appointing Pompeo brings Trump’s America First policy closer

The US president has fired almost all those who do not share his instincts

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New CIA boss Haspel faces questions over torture

New CIA boss Haspel faces questions over torture

Replacement for Pompeo accused of operating ‘black site’ in Thailand

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Ten Years After the Bear Stearns Bailout, Nobody Thinks It Would Happen Again

Ten Years After the Bear Stearns Bailout, Nobody Thinks It Would Happen Again

Key players have spent the last decade arguing about what was done, defending past decisions and wondering how such a crisis would play out today.

Published 3 months ago

Artificial Intelligence Rules More of Your Life. Who Rules AI?

Artificial Intelligence Rules More of Your Life. Who Rules AI?

Technology companies are racing to get ahead of regulators to shape the future of artificial intelligence.

Published 3 months ago

US business chiefs warn on dangers of protectionism

US business chiefs warn on dangers of protectionism

Survey showing CEO confidence at 15-year high was conducted before news of tariff plan

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US regional banks powered by prospect of sector reforms

US regional banks powered by prospect of sector reforms

Stocks of smaller lenders outpace big rivals on hopes of bill easing regulatory burdens

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Uber for Bikes Is a Commuter Dream… When It Works

Uber for Bikes Is a Commuter Dream… When It Works

Dockless bike-sharing is taking off in the U.S. with companies including Uber, Jump Bikes and LimeBike—so what’s the ride like?

Published 3 months ago

Gun Maker Remington Plans to File for Bankruptcy Protection

Gun Maker Remington Plans to File for Bankruptcy Protection

Remington, a gun manufacturer that private-equity owner Cerberus spent more than a decade building into an industry giant, is now on the brink of bankruptcy as it copes with a heavy debt load and volatile gun sales.

Published 3 months ago

U.S. Consumer Prices Rose 0.2% in February, Up 2.2% on Year

U.S. Consumer Prices Rose 0.2% in February, Up 2.2% on Year

The consumer-price index, which measures what Americans pay for everything from shampoo to hotel stays, rose 0.2% in February after rising a seasonally adjusted 0.5% in January.

Published 3 months ago

Trump sacks Rex Tillerson as US secretary of state

Trump sacks Rex Tillerson as US secretary of state

President names CIA director Pompeo as replacement after months of speculation

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Trump Replaces Rex Tillerson With Mike Pompeo as Secretary of State

Trump Replaces Rex Tillerson With Mike Pompeo as Secretary of State

President Donald Trump has replaced Rex Tillerson as secretary as state with CIA Director Mike Pompeo, the White House said.

Published 3 months ago