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	Pay Gets More Transparent

Ask Me How Much Money I Make: Pay Gets More Transparent

Millennials’ willingness to discuss once-secret topics like annual salary and paths to promotion is leading some companies to make pay policies more transparent.

Published 1 year ago

Massachusetts Mulls a Time-Zone Shift

Massachusetts Mulls a Time-Zone Shift

As Americans get ready to turn the clocks back next month, a Massachusetts commission is exploring whether the state should spring ahead one hour for good.

Published 1 year ago

China’s Stock Markets Are Calm, But Its Traders Are Restless

China’s Stock Markets Are Calm, But Its Traders Are Restless

Many market participants see Beijing’s hand behind an unusually long period of placid trading that has made the market more predictable, but often less profitable for them.

Published 1 year ago

Latest Use for a Bitcoin Technology: Tracing Turkeys From Farm to Table

Latest Use for a Bitcoin Technology: Tracing Turkeys From Farm to Table

Agricultural conglomerate Cargill aims to harness the blockchain technology underlying bitcoin to let shoppers trace their turkeys from the store to the farm that raised them.

Published 1 year ago

GM Couldn’t Do It, Now Peugeot Tries to Fix Opel

GM Couldn’t Do It, Now Peugeot Tries to Fix Opel

After fixing a French car manufacturer long derided by the industry as an eternal also-ran, Carlos Tavares is turning his attention to the business General Motors could never fix.

Published 1 year ago

How Foreign Workers in Japan Are Helping—And Hurting—the Economy

How Foreign Workers in Japan Are Helping—And Hurting—the Economy

For the first time in the postwar era, Japan has opened itself to a significant cohort of low-wage laborers from abroad, setting up a clash between Japan’s short-and long-term goals: trying to raise wages to help spur spending and growth while expanding the workforce.

Published 1 year ago

Congress Votes to Overturn CFPB Arbitration Rule

Congress Votes to Overturn CFPB Arbitration Rule

With Vice President Mike Pence breaking a Senate tie, Congress overturned a rule by an Obama-appointed financial regulator that would have made it easier for consumers to sue banks in groups.

Published 1 year ago

Former Trump Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort Faces Another Money-Laundering Probe

Former Trump Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort Faces Another Money-Laundering Probe

The Manhattan U.S. attorney’s office is pursuing an investigation into possible money-laundering by Paul Manafort, said three people familiar with the matter, adding to the federal and state probes concerning the former Trump campaign chairman.

Published 1 year ago

Russia Casts Cloud Over Future of Chemical Arms Probe in Syria

Russia Casts Cloud Over Future of Chemical Arms Probe in Syria

Moscow vetoes U.S.-backed resolution to renew an international investigation into the use of chemical weapons in Syria as Washington accuses it of protecting ‘dictators and terrorists.’

Published 1 year ago

Novelist Graeme Macrae Burnet on Johnny Cash

Novelist Graeme Macrae Burnet on Johnny Cash

A Scottish nominee for the Man Booker Prize on listening to a dark Johnny Cash song in a lonely Highlands house.

Published 1 year ago

How to Know When You’re on Thin Ice at Work

How to Know When You’re on Thin Ice at Work

People who perform poorly in certain tasks often aren’t aware of their shortcomings, but there are signs if you learn how to look for them.

Published 1 year ago

The Winter Olympics Are Close, and So Is North Korea

The Winter Olympics Are Close, and So Is North Korea

Host Pyeongchang, South Korea, is just 40 miles from the border. That’s a damper on ticket sales to a Games local officials are pitching as the ‘Peace Olympics.’

Published 1 year ago

Twitter Vows More Transparency for Ads

Twitter Vows More Transparency for Ads

Twitter Inc. said Tuesday it will increase transparency for ads on its network, a move aimed at staying one step ahead of potential regulation.

Published 1 year ago

Justice Department Limits Gag Orders; Microsoft Drops Lawsuit

Justice Department Limits Gag Orders; Microsoft Drops Lawsuit

The Justice Department issued new guidelines to limit the use of gag orders when its investigators seek information from technology and communications companies. Microsoft responded by dropping a high-profile lawsuit against the department.

Published 1 year ago

Dow Industrials Surge on Strong Earnings from Caterpillar, 3M

Dow Industrials Surge on Strong Earnings from Caterpillar, 3M

The Dow Jones Industrial Average surged 0.7%, its best day since September, driven by strong results from index components Caterpillar and 3M.

Published 1 year ago