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Apple Fixed the MacBook Keyboard, But It’s Only For Pros

Apple Fixed the MacBook Keyboard, But It’s Only For Pros

The MacBook Pro keyboard is ultrathin, and Apple says it is “quieter”—but it’s likely the company fixed a problem bigger than the noise.

Published 3 weeks ago

Woman Who Lost Nine Relatives in Boating Accident Struggles With Why She Survived

Woman Who Lost Nine Relatives in Boating Accident Struggles With Why She Survived

Tia Coleman said she can’t understand how she and a teenage nephew survived the sinking of an amphibious tour boat in a sudden violent storm on Thursday while nine other members of her family died.

Published 3 weeks ago

Will Sanctions Follow Russia Indictments? Trump Holds Sway

Will Sanctions Follow Russia Indictments? Trump Holds Sway

New law was activated after indictments in February. Lawmakers watch to see if administration will use it again.

Published 3 weeks ago

Trump Makes Most Pointed Criticism Yet of Attorney Michael Cohen

Trump Makes Most Pointed Criticism Yet of Attorney Michael Cohen

President Donald Trump said that a recording of him talking about payments to a former Playboy Playmate may have been illegal, making his most pointed criticism yet of attorney Michael Cohen.

Published 3 weeks ago

US regional bankers warn on rising trade tensions

US regional bankers warn on rising trade tensions

Protectionism threatens demand for loans particularly in export-dependent sector

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Theresa May to send ministers across EU to sell Brexit plan

Theresa May to send ministers across EU to sell Brexit plan

Lobbying to be stepped up despite Davis warning that proposal will have to be dropped

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Farc members take seats in Colombia’s congress for first time

Farc members take seats in Colombia’s congress for first time

Senior figures from once-feared guerrilla group sworn in as part of peace deal

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Prolonged Slump in Bond Liquidity Rattles Markets

Prolonged Slump in Bond Liquidity Rattles Markets

Many bonds around the globe are becoming harder to trade, prompting some investors to shift to other markets and raising concerns about a broad decline in liquidity.

Published 3 weeks ago

Fiat Chrysler Taps Jeep Head as New CEO to Replace Ailing Marchionne

Fiat Chrysler Taps Jeep Head as New CEO to Replace Ailing Marchionne

Fiat Chrysler appointed a new chief executive Saturday in an unexpected move to replace the ailing Sergio Marchionne, who has led the company for nearly a decade.

Published 3 weeks ago

Papa John’s Board to Discuss ‘Poison Pill’ to Block Founder From Gaining Control

Papa John’s Board to Discuss ‘Poison Pill’ to Block Founder From Gaining Control

Papa John’s board members are planning to discuss and possibly vote Sunday on whether to adopt a “poison pill” to prevent its controversial founder from gaining control of the pizza chain.

Published 3 weeks ago

Trade Fight Poses Big Risks for Smaller Countries

Trade Fight Poses Big Risks for Smaller Countries

In a global trade conflict, the big players might not be the biggest losers. Instead it might be smaller, open countries caught in the middle.

Published 3 weeks ago

Saudi Arabia to Spend Billions to Revive Foreign Investment

Saudi Arabia to Spend Billions to Revive Foreign Investment

Saudi Arabia is ramping up efforts to lure international companies and revive Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s plans for an economic makeover, after foreign investment fell to a 14-year-low in 2017.

Published 3 weeks ago

Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin want to create a new world order

Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin want to create a new world order

We should take their vision of unfettered state sovereignty seriously

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Iraq’s political paralysis and unrest stoke extremism fears

Iraq’s political paralysis and unrest stoke extremism fears

Nation in ‘pre-revolutionary mode’ as Abadi fails to address voters’ grievances

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Papa John’s Board to Discuss ‘Poison Pill’ to Block Founder From Gaining Control

Papa John’s Board to Discuss ‘Poison Pill’ to Block Founder From Gaining Control

Papa John’s board members are planning to discuss and possibly vote Sunday on whether to adopt a “poison pill” to prevent its controversial founder from gaining control of the pizza chain.

Published 3 weeks ago