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Kroger to Stop Selling Guns to Buyers Under 21

Kroger to Stop Selling Guns to Buyers Under 21

Kroger said it would stop selling guns to buyers under 21 years old through its Fred Meyer locations, the third major retailer to tighten its policies while lawmakers continue to debate how to respond to the latest school shooting in America.

Published 3 months ago

Putin Unveils Nuclear Weapons He Claims Could Breach U.S. Defenses

Putin Unveils Nuclear Weapons He Claims Could Breach U.S. Defenses

Russia has developed new nuclear weapons capable of penetrating U.S. air-defense systems, Russian President Vladimir Putin said, sharpening rhetoric against the West and raising the prospect of a new arms race with the U.S.

Published 3 months ago

Facebook, Google Get One Hour From EU to Scrub Terror Content

Facebook, Google Get One Hour From EU to Scrub Terror Content

The European Union upped its ante against tech companies, announcing sweeping guidelines for speedily scrubbing terror and other illegal content from their European websites.

Published 3 months ago

Trump Summons Steel, Aluminum Executives for Meeting on Trade Curbs

Trump Summons Steel, Aluminum Executives for Meeting on Trade Curbs

The Trump administration has summoned steel and aluminum executives on short notice for a White House meeting on Thursday, telling them that an announcement could be made then on curbs on steel and aluminum imports in the name of protecting national security.

Published 3 months ago

WPP shares tumble on warning of ‘slow start’ to new year

WPP shares tumble on warning of ‘slow start’ to new year

Advertising group’s shares fall 13 per cent as big clients cut spending

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WPP shares tumble after warning of slow start to year

WPP shares tumble after warning of slow start to year

Sorrell says 2017 was ‘not pretty’ for world’s largest advertising group

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Boom in Share Buybacks Renews Question of Who Wins From Tax Cuts

Boom in Share Buybacks Renews Question of Who Wins From Tax Cuts

U.S. companies are buying back their shares at an aggressive pace, stirring debates in Washington and on Wall Street about how savings from corporate tax cuts are being used and who benefits most.

Published 3 months ago

The Cosmetics Industry May Get a Regulatory Makeover

The Cosmetics Industry May Get a Regulatory Makeover

At a time when Washington is pushing to deregulate industry, a congressional effort is under way to intensify federal regulation over cosmetics and personal-care products for the first time in 80 years.

Published 3 months ago

Princeton, Others Aim to Accept More Low-Income Students

Princeton, Others Aim to Accept More Low-Income Students

A group of highly ranked colleges and universities hope to enroll an additional 50,000 low- and moderate-income students at top institutions by 2025.

Published 3 months ago

Elections Are Coming in the Middle East—but Change Isn’t

Elections Are Coming in the Middle East—but Change Isn’t

It’s election season in the Middle East. The fact that few seem to care about the outcome of these votes shows just how much authoritarian restoration and sectarian conflict transformed the region after the 2011 Arab Spring briefly stoked its peoples’ democratic hopes, Yaroslav Trofimov writes.

Published 3 months ago

Stranger Than Science Fiction: The Future for Digital Dictatorships

Stranger Than Science Fiction: The Future for Digital Dictatorships

While people in the West debate about whether the internet and social media undermine democracy, a big question for many Chinese is whether cutting-edge technology strengthens the iron fists of autocrats.

Published 3 months ago

Pushed From the U.S., They Find Hope in Mexico’s ‘Silicon Valley’

Pushed From the U.S., They Find Hope in Mexico’s ‘Silicon Valley’

The same U.S. policies that have pushed a group of Mexican-born, U.S.-raised people back to Mexico is promising to drive a growing programming industry south of the border.

Published 3 months ago

Senate Readies Rollback of Bank Rules

Senate Readies Rollback of Bank Rules

The Senate is expected this month to approve the most significant rollback of postcrisis financial rules since Republicans took control of Washington last year.

Published 3 months ago

WPP Shares Plunge on Worst Results in Years

WPP Shares Plunge on Worst Results in Years

WPP shares tumbled 12% after the company logged its worst year since the financial crisis and forecast no growth for 2018, a further sign of the heavy toll of advertising’s digital revolution.

Published 3 months ago