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Samsung Galaxy S9 Is Impressive and Infuriating

Samsung Galaxy S9 Is Impressive and Infuriating

Samsung’s new phone looks great—and so do the photos it captures—but the software is a problem.

Published 3 months ago

ECB drops pledge to buy more bonds if needed

ECB drops pledge to buy more bonds if needed

Central bank’s move a further step towards ending crisis-era stimulus measures

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Trump Tariff Plan Challenges Trade System U.S. Helped Build

Trump Tariff Plan Challenges Trade System U.S. Helped Build

President Donald Trump’s planned tariffs on steel and aluminum threaten a world-trading regime already battered by mounting protectionism and its struggle to tame China’s state-driven capitalism.

Published 3 months ago

Mining Giants Face Blow From World’s No. 1 Cobalt Producer

Mining Giants Face Blow From World’s No. 1 Cobalt Producer

Congo is set to ratify a controversial new mining code aimed at making more money from its natural resources but that has the potential to push up prices of products such as smartphones and electric cars across the globe.

Published 3 months ago

Cigna unveils $67bn deal to buy Express Scripts

Cigna unveils $67bn deal to buy Express Scripts

Acquisition comes as one-time rivals buy each other to better cope with spiralling costs

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ECB March rate decision – Live

ECB March rate decision – Live

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‘Metal-Benders’ Fear Tariffs Might Break Them

‘Metal-Benders’ Fear Tariffs Might Break Them

Small manufacturers that fashion metal into parts for makers of cars, appliances and other products fear they could be the hardest hit by new tariffs on aluminum and steel.

Published 3 months ago

Tax Law Doesn’t Pay for Itself, Harvard Economists Find

Tax Law Doesn’t Pay for Itself, Harvard Economists Find

The recent changes to the U.S. tax law will increase economic growth modestly but not fast enough to pay for themselves, according to a new estimate from a pair of economists from different sides of the political spectrum.

Published 3 months ago

Health insurer Cigna to buy Express Scripts in $67bn deal

Health insurer Cigna to buy Express Scripts in $67bn deal

US health insurer Cigna has announced plans to buy pharmacy benefits manager Express Scripts in a $67bn deal, including debt, marking the latest tie-up in the sector.

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Russian Trolls Tried to Torpedo Mitt Romney’s Shot at Secretary of State

Russian Trolls Tried to Torpedo Mitt Romney’s Shot at Secretary of State

Weeks after Donald Trump was elected president, Russia-backed online “trolls” flooded social media to try to block Mitt Romney from securing a top job in the incoming administration, a Wall Street Journal analysis shows.

Published 3 months ago

Rejections Pile Up for Chinese Firms Seeking Listings at Home

Rejections Pile Up for Chinese Firms Seeking Listings at Home

Chinese companies trying to list shares on China’s stock exchanges are hitting a roadblock, as regulators tighten approvals, rejecting applications in droves.

Published 3 months ago

The Fight to Overhaul JFK Airport

The Fight to Overhaul JFK Airport

A fierce competition between airlines, private equity, developers and terminal operators is nearing its climax as the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey advances a $10 billion plan to overhaul John F. Kennedy International Airport.

Published 3 months ago

Free Credit Freezes Coming for All U.S. Consumers

Free Credit Freezes Coming for All U.S. Consumers

Consumers are on track to get one thing from Congress in response to last year’s massive Equifax hack: free freezes of their data held by the credit-reporting companies.

Published 3 months ago

Turkey Flexes Muscles as Soft Power Melts Away

Turkey Flexes Muscles as Soft Power Melts Away

The Turkish army’s gains in Syria and the cancellation of Turkish TV drama broadcasts across the Arab world highlight Turkey’s transformation at a key moment in President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s 15-year rule.

Published 3 months ago

Trade Pact Sets Sail Without Its Biggest Pacific Power

Trade Pact Sets Sail Without Its Biggest Pacific Power

Japan, Canada, Mexico and eight other Pacific nations are set to sign a new version of the Trans-Pacific Partnership that aims to put pressure on China’s economy and leave the door open for the U.S. to eventually rejoin.

Published 3 months ago