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Motorist protests threaten chaos in France

Motorist protests threaten chaos in France

Anger over fuel taxes underlines growing discontent with Macron’s reforms

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Big Tobacco prepares to fight proposed ban on menthol cigarettes

Big Tobacco prepares to fight proposed ban on menthol cigarettes

Vaping industry takes planned flavour restrictions in its stride

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Bank bribe claim reverberates through Polish politics

Bank bribe claim reverberates through Polish politics

Ruling Law and Justice party has emphasised fight against corruption

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What a No-Deal Brexit Could Mean for Trade With the EU

What a No-Deal Brexit Could Mean for Trade With the EU

As separation day approaches, there is still no deal on how goods will be treated at the U.K. border

Published 4 weeks ago

The CEO’s Guide to Prime-Time Survival: No Hard Swallows

The CEO’s Guide to Prime-Time Survival: No Hard Swallows

As Larry Culp’s appearance on CNBC showed, even an experienced corporate leader can stumble in the spotlight—and emitting anxious signals can do great damage.

Published 3 weeks ago

U.S., China Clash Over Trade, Security at Pacific Summit

U.S., China Clash Over Trade, Security at Pacific Summit

Vice President Mike Pence and Chinese President Xi Jinping presented conflicting visions for trade and security in the Asia-Pacific, as the U.S. and China vie for global influence.

Published 3 weeks ago

ABC Entertainment President to Step Down

ABC Entertainment President to Step Down

ABC Entertainment President Channing Dungey is stepping down after less than three years overseeing the broadcast network’s prime-time programming.

Published 3 weeks ago

Facing Deadlier Fires, California Tries Something New: More Logging

Facing Deadlier Fires, California Tries Something New: More Logging

Environmentalists and the timber industry, after long butting heads, increasingly agree that cutting trees to thin forests is vital to reducing fire danger.

Published 3 weeks ago

The CEO’s Guide to Prime-Time Survival: No Hard Swallows

The CEO’s Guide to Prime-Time Survival: No Hard Swallows

As Larry Culp’s appearance on CNBC showed, even an experienced corporate leader can stumble in the spotlight—and emitting anxious signals can do great damage.

Published 3 weeks ago

Simple but Undefined Brexit Question Leads to Reckoning for U.K.’s May

Simple but Undefined Brexit Question Leads to Reckoning for U.K.’s May

The question for British voters in June 2016 was simple: whether to leave the EU or stay in it. The answer has left the U.K. government teetering on crisis, even as Prime Minister Theresa May got some reprieve.

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House Democrats to Step Up Probe of Trump-Russia Ties

House Democrats to Step Up Probe of Trump-Russia Ties

House Democrats said they want to learn more about a deceased GOP activist who sought Hillary Clinton’s private emails, and whether he served as a conduit between the Trump campaign and Russia-tied groups in 2016.

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Explorer Erling Kagge on why we walk and the tyranny of tech

Explorer Erling Kagge on why we walk and the tyranny of tech

The first man to walk to both poles and climb Mt Everest talks about the value of silence and why endurance is all in the mind

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Beauty and the Backlash: Disney’s Modern Princess Problem

Beauty and the Backlash: Disney’s Modern Princess Problem

From Snow White dolls to Cinderella remakes, Disney’s princess franchise brings in billions of dollars—and has drawn critics for promoting outdated notions of femininity. Employees debate: How do you keep the princess franchise relevant without alienating fans of the classic characters?

Published 3 weeks ago

Saudis Move to Counter U.S. Oil Strategy

Saudis Move to Counter U.S. Oil Strategy

Saudi Arabia is moving to cut the world’s oil supply after U.S. government deals allowed hundreds of thousands of barrels a day of Iranian oil to flow onto world markets, driving down prices.

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‘I Was Hoping to Be Retired’: The Cost of Supporting Parents and Adult Children

‘I Was Hoping to Be Retired’: The Cost of Supporting Parents and Adult Children

More Americans find themselves housing two generations simultaneously, just when they thought they could kick back and retire. Instead, they face the strain of added expenses, constant caregiving and derailed dreams.

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