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Amazon Widens War With Walmart for Low-Income Shoppers

Amazon Widens War With Walmart for Low-Income Shoppers

Amazon.com said it will expand eligibility for its discount Prime membership program to the roughly 20% of the U.S. population that is signed up for Medicaid.

Published 3 months ago

A New Antidote for Noisy Airports: Slower Planes

A New Antidote for Noisy Airports: Slower Planes

How 30 extra seconds and a few more gallons of fuel could make a big difference for neighbors plugging their ears in Boston and other cities.

Published 3 months ago

Iran’s Oil Potential Remains Untapped

Iran’s Oil Potential Remains Untapped

International oil companies are staying on the sidelines as the Trump administration threatens to rip up the 2016 deal and reimpose oil sanctions lifted in exchange for limits on its atomic-power program.

Published 3 months ago

Something’s Brewing: Coca-Cola Plans Its First Alcoholic Drink

Something’s Brewing: Coca-Cola Plans Its First Alcoholic Drink

Coca-Cola’s Japan unit plans to introduce a fizzy alcoholic drink in the country, in what an executive described as the first alcoholic product in the company’s history.

Published 3 months ago

Hospitals Vie to Fund a Health-Tech Breakthrough

Hospitals Vie to Fund a Health-Tech Breakthrough

Startups receive support from hospitals hoping to find “the next Bill Gates or Steve Jobs.”

Published 3 months ago

Andy Jassy: Failure is absolutely an option at Amazon

Andy Jassy: Failure is absolutely an option at Amazon

Jeff Bezos’s right-hand man reflects on what drives the group’s success and ambitions

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Saudi Arabia’s strongman is doing too much, too fast

Saudi Arabia’s strongman is doing too much, too fast

As western leaders welcome Prince Mohammed, allies would do well to counsel caution

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Moon’s quiet diplomacy propels progress in Korean peninsula

Moon’s quiet diplomacy propels progress in Korean peninsula

President’s persistence credited with easing threat of war

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Clouds Descend on Spring Home Sales

Clouds Descend on Spring Home Sales

The economy is booming, take-home pay is rising and millennials are getting married and having children. Despite all those homebuying catalysts, this could one of the weakest spring selling season in recent years.

Published 3 months ago

South Korea Seeks to Blunt Skepticism of Its Outreach With North

South Korea Seeks to Blunt Skepticism of Its Outreach With North

South Korea’s president said his country would stick with tough economic sanctions against North Korea until “real progress” is made toward ending its nuclear-weapons programs, in an attempt to blunt skepticism over Seoul’s efforts to kick-start dialogue between Washington and Pyongyang.

Published 3 months ago

Broadcom Pledges $1.5 Billion U.S. Investment to Ease Regulatory Scrutiny

Broadcom Pledges $1.5 Billion U.S. Investment to Ease Regulatory Scrutiny

In a move to ease regulatory concerns, Broadcom said Wednesday that it is committed to making the U.S. a leader in 5G and plans to invest $1.5 billion in training American engineers.

Published 3 months ago

EU rebuffs UK vision for post-Brexit trade

EU rebuffs UK vision for post-Brexit trade

Brussels outlines austere approach to negotiations over future relationship

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Trump Alienates Allies Needed for a Trade Fight With China

Trump Alienates Allies Needed for a Trade Fight With China

President Donald Trump could be leading a coalition against China’s predatory trade behavior. Instead, he is threatening trade war with the countries that would make up such a coalition

Published 3 months ago

EU rejects UK’s plans for post-Brexit trade relationship

EU rejects UK’s plans for post-Brexit trade relationship

Brussels instructs negotiators to take austere approach to trade talks

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Gary Cohn’s Resignation Hits Global Stocks

Gary Cohn’s Resignation Hits Global Stocks

Economic adviser Gary Cohn’s resignation from the White House hit stocks as many investors judged the news meant President Trump was pushing forward with planned tariffs. U.S. futures pointed to a 1% opening drop.

Published 3 months ago