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Ex-Analyst in Insider-Trading Case Faced Sexual Misconduct Allegations at Harvard

Ex-Analyst in Insider-Trading Case Faced Sexual Misconduct Allegations at Harvard

Ex-Goldman Sachs analyst Damilare Sonoiki, who pleaded guilty last week to an insider-trading scheme, was accused by several women of sexual misconduct just before he was scheduled to graduate from Harvard in 2013. He denied the allegations.

Published 3 weeks ago

IRS Is Wrongly Denying Tax Refunds, Some Companies Say

IRS Is Wrongly Denying Tax Refunds, Some Companies Say

Multinational companies, backed by the Chamber of Commerce and an in-house critic at the IRS, say the government is incorrectly denying them refunds on their 2017 tax returns.

Published 3 weeks ago

As Newell Sheds Brands, a Familiar Foe Circles

As Newell Sheds Brands, a Familiar Foe Circles

Newell Brands, the struggling conglomerate that is unloading several household brands, could end up selling one of its oldest businesses, the United States Playing Card Company, maker of Bicycle playing cards.

Published 3 weeks ago

Saving liberal democracy from the extremes

Saving liberal democracy from the extremes

Elites must recognise that mismanaged economies have helped to destabilise politics

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Trump Says Before U.N. Address He Has No Plans to Meet Iran’s Rouhani

Trump Says Before U.N. Address He Has No Plans to Meet Iran’s Rouhani

President Trump said he had no plans to meet Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani but held out the possibility a meeting could happen “maybe someday in the future.”

Published 3 weeks ago

Oil Soars to Four-Year High on Supply Fears

Oil Soars to Four-Year High on Supply Fears

Oil prices rose, building on the four-year high reached in the wake of a weekend decision by OPEC and its production allies to maintain their current production targets.

Published 3 weeks ago

Trump ally’s Reit under attack from activist investor

Trump ally’s Reit under attack from activist investor

Tom Barrack vehicle faces call to be liquidated or taken private

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IRS Is Wrongly Denying Tax Refunds, Some Companies Say

IRS Is Wrongly Denying Tax Refunds, Some Companies Say

Multinational companies, backed by the Chamber of Commerce and an in-house critic at the IRS, say the government is incorrectly denying them refunds on their 2017 tax returns.

Published 3 weeks ago

Post Moonves, CBS Should Put More Women on TV

Post Moonves, CBS Should Put More Women on TV

The dearth of female-powered content at CBS threatens to hurt its business.

Published 3 weeks ago

Taxiway Collisions Emerge as Biggest Threat to U.S. Air Travelers

Taxiway Collisions Emerge as Biggest Threat to U.S. Air Travelers

U.S. air-crash investigators are slated to examine an escalating hazard for airline passengers: planes mistakenly lining up to land on airport taxiways, rather than runways, or actually touching down on them in error.

Published 3 weeks ago

Latin American countries call for ICC to probe Nicolas Maduro

Latin American countries call for ICC to probe Nicolas Maduro

Venezuela’s neighbours cite multiple alleged cases of human rights abuses

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Instagram Co-Founders to Step Down From Facebook

Instagram Co-Founders to Step Down From Facebook

The two co-founders of Facebook’s popular Instagram app are stepping down, a move marking continued tumult at the social-networking giant.

Published 3 weeks ago

Health-Care Stocks Lead This Leg of Rally, After Tech Giants’ Stumbles

Health-Care Stocks Lead This Leg of Rally, After Tech Giants’ Stumbles

Health-care stocks are helping push major U.S. indexes to new highs as money managers have embraced the sector after technology stocks stumbled in September.

Published 3 weeks ago

Shoppers Love Rewards Credit Cards. Retailers Hate Them.

Shoppers Love Rewards Credit Cards. Retailers Hate Them.

Consumers have become addicted to credit cards with generous rewards programs. Retail merchants are pushing for the right to reject such credit cards.

Published 3 weeks ago

The Most Dangerous Place to Bicycle in America

The Most Dangerous Place to Bicycle in America

As motor-vehicle-related bike deaths have risen alarmingly in the last decade, the Tampa Bay metro area has proven to be the deadliest place for a cyclist. Now, state and local agencies hope to change that.

Published 3 weeks ago