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Coke Raising U.S. Soda Prices, Citing Tariffs

Coke Raising U.S. Soda Prices, Citing Tariffs

Coca-Cola reported stronger-than-expected revenue in its latest quarter, boosted by rising volume from its trademark brands and sparkling soft drinks.

Published 2 weeks ago

Darts Are Beating the Ira Sohn Investing Pros

Darts Are Beating the Ira Sohn Investing Pros

The big-money stock pickers revealed their top stock picks, while Heard on the Street columnists threw darts. The Heard team is winning by a lot.

Published 2 weeks ago

White House delays Trump-Putin meeting to next year

White House delays Trump-Putin meeting to next year

Mueller investigation into Russian election meddling cited as reason for postponement

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Imran Khan takes early lead in Pakistan polls marred by violence

Imran Khan takes early lead in Pakistan polls marred by violence

Quetta bomb attack kills more than 30 and accusations of vote-rigging emerge

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Cohen moves from Trump’s side in to the firing line

Cohen moves from Trump’s side in to the firing line

The president’s once-loyal fixer could be a problem for the president

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Trump’s Next Meeting With Putin Won’t Take Place Until Next Year, White House Says

Trump’s Next Meeting With Putin Won’t Take Place Until Next Year, White House Says

The next bilateral meeting between President Donald Trump and Russia’s Vladimir Putin will “be after the first of the year,” White House national security adviser John Bolton said.

Published 2 weeks ago

Trump’s Next Meeting With Putin Won’t Take Place Until Next Year, White House Says

Trump’s Next Meeting With Putin Won’t Take Place Until Next Year, White House Says

The next bilateral meeting between President Donald Trump and Russia’s Vladimir Putin will “be after the first of the year,” White House national security adviser John Bolton said.

Published 2 weeks ago

Ahead of EU Meeting, Trump Rails at Domestic Critics

Ahead of EU Meeting, Trump Rails at Domestic Critics

The president slammed critics of his trade policies, warning they are undermining his negotiating position while American farmers are being “ripped off.”

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Sergio Marchionne, Who Melded Chrysler and Fiat, Dies at Age 66

Sergio Marchionne, Who Melded Chrysler and Fiat, Dies at Age 66

Sergio Marchionne, who engineered a merger of the auto industry’s weakest companies—Fiat and Chrysler—and turned the combination into a profit generator, died at the age of 66.

Published 2 weeks ago

Coke Raising U.S. Soda Prices, Citing Tariffs

Coke Raising U.S. Soda Prices, Citing Tariffs

Coca-Cola reported stronger-than-expected revenue in its latest quarter, boosted by rising volume from its trademark brands and sparkling soft drinks.

Published 2 weeks ago

Sharp Oil Moves Diverge From Stock Market, Worrying Some Investors

Sharp Oil Moves Diverge From Stock Market, Worrying Some Investors

Heightened volatility in the commodity’s price since May has forced investors and buyers of fuel to adjust quickly to unexpected moves.

Published 2 weeks ago

Scientists Find Evidence of Hidden Lake on Mars

Scientists Find Evidence of Hidden Lake on Mars

Deep under the ice of the Martian South Pole researchers have discovered signs of a hidden lake that could hold liquid water year-round, a crucial condition needed for life to develop.

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How Investors Make Money When Companies Take Longer to Pay Their Bills

How Investors Make Money When Companies Take Longer to Pay Their Bills

The world’s largest companies are squeezing their suppliers by taking months to pay their bills, and big investors are trying to profit from that tension.

Published 2 weeks ago

Chinese Deals Lose Luster for Officials Across the U.S.

Chinese Deals Lose Luster for Officials Across the U.S.

Some states and cities in the U.S. are growing wary of Chinese investment after a deal boom that raised national-security concerns and failed to deliver promised jobs.

Published 2 weeks ago

National Enquirer’s Years-Long Dealings With Trump Lawyer Fall Under Federal Scrutiny

National Enquirer’s Years-Long Dealings With Trump Lawyer Fall Under Federal Scrutiny

Michael Cohen and the tabloid publisher traded favors over many years, including helping mediate a lawsuit threat by former Apprentice star Omarosa Manigault-Newman and tackling emerging stories potentially unfavorable to the president. Authorities are trying to determine whether the publisher and Mr. Trump’s team violated campaign-finance laws.

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