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Polish Leaders Condemn Nationalist March

Polish Leaders Condemn Nationalist March

Polish government leaders condemned two self-described radical nationalist groups seeking an ethnically and religiously pure country that organized an Independence Day event attracting tens of thousands of people.

Published 2 months ago

Uber’s Kalanick, Shareholder Settle Feud, Clearing Way for SoftBank Deal

Uber’s Kalanick, Shareholder Settle Feud, Clearing Way for SoftBank Deal

Uber’s former chief executive reached an agreement with investor Benchmark over voting provisions and a continuing lawsuit, clearing the way for SoftBank Group to proceed with a multibillion investment in the ride-hailing giant.

Published 2 months ago

GOP Bills Remove Some of the Tax Code’s Complexities

GOP Bills Remove Some of the Tax Code’s Complexities

The Republican tax plans mark a step toward a simpler tax system, as the GOP has promised. Fewer filers would itemize, which could save time but also cost some of them more.

Published 2 months ago

Now Featured on Wal-Mart’s Website: Higher Prices

Now Featured on Wal-Mart’s Website: Higher Prices

Wal-Mart wants to charge more to buy some products online than in stores, part of a move to boost profits and drive store traffic as it faces off with Amazon.

Published 2 months ago

Surveillance Cameras Made by China Are Hanging All Over the U.S.

Surveillance Cameras Made by China Are Hanging All Over the U.S.

Hikvision, a company 42%-owned by the Chinese government, sold devices that monitor U.S. Army base and Memphis streets. That has sparked concerns about cybersecurity.

Published 2 months ago

Why Millennials Crave Cold Coffee

Why Millennials Crave Cold Coffee

McDonald’s, Blue Bottle Coffee and Dunkin roll out bottled or canned frappés, iced mochas and cold brew that 18- to 35-year-olds tend to favor.

Published 2 months ago

White House on Roy Moore: Not Enough Information to Say If He Should Exit Senate Race

White House on Roy Moore: Not Enough Information to Say If He Should Exit Senate Race

Top White House officials said  they didn’t have enough information to judge whether Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore should withdraw from his race over allegations that he pursued teenage girls while he was in his 30s.

Published 2 months ago

Emirates Airline Orders 40 Boeing 787 Dreamliners

Emirates Airline Orders 40 Boeing 787 Dreamliners

Emirates Airline on Sunday renewed its aircraft buying spree, committing to buy $15.1 billion worth of Boeing Co. 787 Dreamliners. Boeing bested Airbus in the competition to sell Emirates Airline, the world’s largest carrier by international traffic, new long-haul planes.

Published 2 months ago

Trump, Fellow Populist Duterte to Meet as U.S.-Philippine Relations Improve

Trump, Fellow Populist Duterte to Meet as U.S.-Philippine Relations Improve

President Rodrigo Duterte meets Monday with President Donald Trump, carrying with him a longstanding animosity toward America that has been tempered by Mr. Trump’s implicit support of his war on drugs and by U.S. help in crushing Islamic State-backed fighters who occupied a southern city.

Published 2 months ago

Uber’s Driver Dilemma: Fare Hikes and Cuts Don’t Change Pay

Uber’s Driver Dilemma: Fare Hikes and Cuts Don’t Change Pay

A new study co-authored by Uber found that no matter which direction fares go, drivers inevitably take home about the same earnings. The finding means the ride-hailing company needs to rely on incentive payments to lure drivers.

Published 2 months ago

On a U.S. Aircraft Carrier Near North Korea, Tension Gives Way to Focus

On a U.S. Aircraft Carrier Near North Korea, Tension Gives Way to Focus

Three U.S. aircraft carriers with around 200 jet fighters in total sailed in close formation with several other warships in the Sea of Japan on Sunday, the largest display of U.S. naval firepower in the region for a decade as nearby North Korea trades war threats with Washington.

Published 2 months ago

Trump Administration to Bankers: You’re Not the Villain Anymore

Trump Administration to Bankers: You’re Not the Villain Anymore

President Donald Trump’s newly minted financial regulatory team—growing in size with recent confirmations—is sounding a friendlier tone than its predecessor, which restricted the industry following the 2008 bank bailouts.

Published 2 months ago

After Trump’s Bonhomie in Beijing, a Trade Face-Off Brews

After Trump’s Bonhomie in Beijing, a Trade Face-Off Brews

A genial but largely vacuous summit in Beijing may go down in history as the prelude to a U.S.-China confrontation over trade, writes Andrew Browne.

Published 2 months ago

At the SEC, Whistleblowers Blow Whistle on Watchdog

At the SEC, Whistleblowers Blow Whistle on Watchdog

Officials working for the Securities and Exchange Commission inspector general have filed complaints to a different federal whistleblower-protection agency, alleging that he and senior staff retaliated against them for calling out misconduct within the office.

Published 2 months ago

Changing of the Guard Resets Cycle of Retribution in Iraq

Changing of the Guard Resets Cycle of Retribution in Iraq

The Arab victors in the latest reversal of fortunes in northern Iraq have wasted no time erasing the legacy of three years of Kurdish rule in territory once held by Islamic State.

Published 2 months ago