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Silicon Valley to Big Oil: We Can Manage Your Data Better Than You

Silicon Valley to Big Oil: We Can Manage Your Data Better Than You

Tech companies are pitching their cloud and artificial intelligence expertise to oil and gas producers, but some worry such deals will foster new competitors in a more data-driven energy industry.

Published 3 weeks ago

New Hampshire Fights Supreme Court Sales-Tax Ruling

New Hampshire Fights Supreme Court Sales-Tax Ruling

New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu expects to sign legislation this week to make it harder for other states to impose collection requirements on its retailers, a reaction to the Supreme Court ruling last month.

Published 3 weeks ago

Satellite Images Indicate North Korea Has Started Dismantling Rocket Launch Site

Satellite Images Indicate North Korea Has Started Dismantling Rocket Launch Site

North Korea has begun taking down its main satellite launch facility, an apparent confidence-building measure by Pyongyang amid concerns about the slow pace of progress on dismantling the country’s nuclear weapons programs.

Published 3 weeks ago

Verizon Keeps Pace in Wireless Industry, Adding to Its Subscriber Base

Verizon Keeps Pace in Wireless Industry, Adding to Its Subscriber Base

Verizon bolstered its base of wireless phone subscribers in the second quarter as industry-wide promotions died down and the company avoided the deal making that is reshaping its rivals.

Published 3 weeks ago

Three Internet Bosses Lead List of Top-Paid Retail CEOs

Three Internet Bosses Lead List of Top-Paid Retail CEOs

The highest-paid chief executive in the retail industry didn’t run the biggest store chain, or the fastest-growing one, or a company most would recognize as a retailer. It was Stephen Kaufer, CEO of the online travel company TripAdvisor.

Published 3 weeks ago

Israel Shoots Down Syrian Jet Fighter

Israel Shoots Down Syrian Jet Fighter

Israel shot down a Syrian jet fighter that entered Israeli airspace, its military said. Israel controls the Golan Heights, disputed territory that borders southern Syria.

Published 3 weeks ago

Apple’s China Ties Make It Vulnerable If Trade Fight Gets Worse

Apple’s China Ties Make It Vulnerable If Trade Fight Gets Worse

China has been integral to Apple’s remarkable success. But the iPhone is a Chinese export—one that could be subject to tariffs in an escalating trade dispute with the U.S.

Published 3 weeks ago

New Hampshire Fights Supreme Court Sales-Tax Ruling

New Hampshire Fights Supreme Court Sales-Tax Ruling

New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu expects to sign legislation this week to make it harder for other states to impose collection requirements on its retailers, a reaction to the Supreme Court ruling last month.

Published 3 weeks ago

Google Earnings Hit by European Fine

Google Earnings Hit by European Fine

Alphabet reported sales and profit surpassing analysts’ estimates, a sign that its strength in online ads will help offset the impact of European regulations for online privacy and perceived abuses of its position in the market.

Published 3 weeks ago

Fund Managers See Caution Signs in Emerging-Market Bond Rebound

Fund Managers See Caution Signs in Emerging-Market Bond Rebound

Emerging-market government bonds have bounced back from their decline in the first half of 2018, but many bond-fund managers aren’t buying the rebound.

Published 3 weeks ago

Satellite Images Indicate North Korea Has Started Dismantling Rocket Launch Site

Satellite Images Indicate North Korea Has Started Dismantling Rocket Launch Site

North Korea has begun taking down its main satellite launch facility, an apparent confidence-building measure by Pyongyang amid concerns about the slow pace of progress on dismantling the country’s nuclear weapons programs.

Published 3 weeks ago

Turkish lira tumbles after central bank holds rates

Turkish lira tumbles after central bank holds rates

Move comes despite market expectations for sharp rise in light of rapid inflation

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Fund Managers See Caution Signs in Emerging-Market Bond Rebound

Fund Managers See Caution Signs in Emerging-Market Bond Rebound

Emerging-market government bonds have bounced back from their decline in the first half of 2018, but many bond-fund managers aren’t buying the rebound.

Published 3 weeks ago

Silicon Valley Courts a Wary Oil Patch

Silicon Valley Courts a Wary Oil Patch

Tech companies are pitching their cloud and artificial intelligence expertise to oil and gas producers, but some worry such deals will foster new competitors in a more data-driven energy industry.

Published 3 weeks ago

Tariff Dispute Threatens China’s Thirst for U.S. Oil

Tariff Dispute Threatens China’s Thirst for U.S. Oil

China bought a fifth of American crude-oil exports last year, leaving trade leaves U.S. oil producers vulnerable in the escalating trade fight between the world’s two biggest economies.

Published 3 weeks ago