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Fewer Stars to Rise at Goldman Sachs as Partnership Class Shrinks

Fewer Stars to Rise at Goldman Sachs as Partnership Class Shrinks

Goldman Sachs is set to name its smallest class of new partners in years this week, with fewer than 65 people likely to get the nod.

Published 1 month ago

Iran Sanctions: A Look at How We Got Here

Iran Sanctions: A Look at How We Got Here

The country’s economy is teetering. Charts and photos reveal the path to this point and what is at stake for Iran.

Published 1 month ago

Hate Speech on Live ‘Super Chats’ Tests YouTube

Hate Speech on Live ‘Super Chats’ Tests YouTube

YouTube’s Super Chat, which allows users to pay to have comments amplified during streaming videos, generates revenue but can contain racist comments and hate speech.

Published 1 month ago

Newly Public Tech Firms Race Back to Market as IPO Frenzy Continues

Newly Public Tech Firms Race Back to Market as IPO Frenzy Continues

As their shares outperform, newly public tech companies have been returning to the market to sell more stock at a nearly unprecedented clip.

Published 1 month ago

Fewer Stars to Rise at Goldman Sachs as Partnership Class Shrinks

Fewer Stars to Rise at Goldman Sachs as Partnership Class Shrinks

Goldman Sachs is set to name its smallest class of new partners in years this week, with fewer than 65 people likely to get the nod.

Published 1 month ago

In New Poll, Democrats Hold Lead on Which Party Should Control Congress

In New Poll, Democrats Hold Lead on Which Party Should Control Congress

Democrats hold a 7 percentage-point edge on the question of which party should control the next Congress, according to a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll taken just days ahead of Election Day on Tuesday.

Published 1 month ago

Peaking Corporate Profits Put Global Stocks at a Crossroads

Peaking Corporate Profits Put Global Stocks at a Crossroads

The postcrisis boom in U.S. corporate profits appears to have peaked for this economic cycle, posing a fresh threat to a nine-year stock rally that has taken the Dow Jones Industrial Average up more than threefold.

Published 1 month ago

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Repurchases More Than $900 Million of Stock

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Repurchases More Than $900 Million of Stock

Berkshire Hathaway repurchased $928 million of its stock in the third quarter, a rare move that indicates Chairman Warren Buffett sees a dearth of appealing investment options for his company’s large cash pile.

Published 1 month ago

A Test of Trump: Midterms Could Result in a Mixed Verdict

A Test of Trump: Midterms Could Result in a Mixed Verdict

The 2018 midterm elections, widely viewed as a referendum on Donald Trump’s presidency, appears headed for a split decision, with Republicans on track to keep control of the Senate while losing their House majority.

Published 1 month ago

Newly Public Tech Firms Race Back to Market as IPO Frenzy Continues

Newly Public Tech Firms Race Back to Market as IPO Frenzy Continues

As their shares outperform, newly public tech companies have been returning to the market to sell more stock at a nearly unprecedented clip.

Published 1 month ago

Hate Speech on Live ‘Super Chats’ Tests YouTube

Hate Speech on Live ‘Super Chats’ Tests YouTube

YouTube’s Super Chat, which allows users to pay to have comments amplified during streaming videos, generates revenue but can contain racist comments and hate speech.

Published 1 month ago

Facing iPhone Troubles, Apple Tries to Change the Story

Facing iPhone Troubles, Apple Tries to Change the Story

In 2009, Steve Jobs took a swipe at Amazon.com’s Kindle, saying the online retailer’s decision not to report unit sales was evidence it wasn’t selling many reading devices. Now, Apple is following a similar path.

Published 1 month ago

The New Retirement Plan: Save Almost Everything, Spend Virtually Nothing

The New Retirement Plan: Save Almost Everything, Spend Virtually Nothing

A group of younger workers, devotees of the FIRE movement, are seeking ways to leave the workplace decades ahead of the norm, ducking mistakes made by previous generations. One woman’s grocery budget is so detailed she knows how much she will pay each month for oatmeal: five pounds for $3.

Published 1 month ago

Now Starring on Marathon Podiums: American Women

Now Starring on Marathon Podiums: American Women

Lining up for Sunday’s New York City Marathon will be last year’s winner, the 2018 Boston Marathon winner and other U.S. distance runners on the rise.

Published 1 month ago

Saudi Arabia Releases Prince From Detention

Saudi Arabia Releases Prince From Detention

Authorities in Saudi Arabia have released the first prince of a group of royals and key figures who are expected to be freed from detention following an uproar over the death of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Published 1 month ago