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The Rare Workers Who Thrive on Negative Feedback

The Rare Workers Who Thrive on Negative Feedback

Strivers seek out constructive criticism on the job, viewing it as a necessary way to shore up their weaknesses.

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Alibaba Teams Up With Russian Tech Giant

Alibaba Teams Up With Russian Tech Giant

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba agreed to take a 10% stake in one of Russia’s biggest tech players—part of a broader deal creating what Alibaba and its new Russian partners say will be the biggest online-shopping platform in the country.

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See Food: Why Robots Are Producing More of What You Eat

See Food: Why Robots Are Producing More of What You Eat

Robots that see underpin the future of self-driving cars, humanoid robots and autonomous drones. Right now, they’re serving their apprenticeship sizing up the likes of sausages and frozen pizzas.

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Mark Carney to remain at Bank of England until January 2020

Mark Carney to remain at Bank of England until January 2020

Decision will ‘ensure continuity’ following Brexit, says Philip Hammond

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China Woos U.S. Companies Again, Dropping Trade Threats

China Woos U.S. Companies Again, Dropping Trade Threats

Chinese leaders are stepping up a charm offensive with U.S. multinationals and sheathing earlier threats of retaliation as Beijing changes tack to keep the trade fight with Washington from scaring off foreign investors.

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Steel Workers Demand Higher Pay Raises as Tariffs Lift Profits

Steel Workers Demand Higher Pay Raises as Tariffs Lift Profits

Workers at two of the biggest U.S. steelmakers are demanding higher compensation as tariffs on foreign metal push prices and profits to their highest point in years.

Published 1 month ago

Hurricane Florence Poses Dangerous Threat to U.S. Southeast Coastline

Hurricane Florence Poses Dangerous Threat to U.S. Southeast Coastline

The Category 4 hurricane could bring extreme winds, a strong storm surge, rainfall measuring in feet rather than inches and potentially weekslong power outages and could be the strongest to hit the Carolinas since Hugo in 1989.

Published 1 month ago

See Food: Why Robots Are Producing More of What You Eat

See Food: Why Robots Are Producing More of What You Eat

Robots that see underpin the future of self-driving cars, humanoid robots and autonomous drones. Right now, they’re serving their apprenticeship sizing up the likes of sausages and frozen pizzas.

Published 1 month ago

New Way to Play FANG Stocks Falls Short for Some Investors

New Way to Play FANG Stocks Falls Short for Some Investors

Banks this year have issued more than $1 billion worth of ‘auto-callable’ notes tied to one or more of the four FANG stocks: Facebook, Apple, Netflix, and Google parent Alphabet. Yet many have failed to produce large returns.

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Apple’s ‘Screen Time’ Won’t Cure Your iPhone Addiction—Without Self-Control

Apple’s ‘Screen Time’ Won’t Cure Your iPhone Addiction—Without Self-Control

Apple’s new Screen Time controls are designed to help us use our iPhones less. But self-control is important, too.

Published 1 month ago

Steel Workers Demand Higher Pay Raises as Tariffs Lift Profits

Steel Workers Demand Higher Pay Raises as Tariffs Lift Profits

Workers at two of the biggest U.S. steelmakers are demanding higher compensation as tariffs on foreign metal push prices and profits to their highest point in years.

Published 1 month ago

Dreams Turn Sour as Turkey’s Building Boom Sags

Dreams Turn Sour as Turkey’s Building Boom Sags

A Turkish building boom is unraveling, with projects frozen and would-be residents left homeless, another blow for the country’s troubled economy.

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China to Join Russian Drills in Sign of Growing Military Ties

China to Join Russian Drills in Sign of Growing Military Ties

Chinese and Russian troops begin joint military maneuvers Tuesday, marking the first time Moscow has invited a country outside a tight circle of former Soviet allies to annual exercises and offering Chinese generals rare and valuable experience training outside their country’s borders.

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Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin vow to fight protectionism

Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin vow to fight protectionism

Russian and Chinese leaders make thinly veiled criticism of Trump at summit

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CBS’s Handling of Les Moonves Accusations Hampered by Battle for Control

CBS’s Handling of Les Moonves Accusations Hampered by Battle for Control

CBS board members were aware for months that the company’s chief was facing a claim of sexual assault and rumors of more but didn’t act until allegations became public. Directors had been feuding over an unrelated plan by Shari Redstone to merge the broadcaster with Viacom.

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