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Stocks’ Return to Records Paves Way for Volatile Autumn

Stocks’ Return to Records Paves Way for Volatile Autumn

U.S. stocks are at all-time highs after an August rally, prompting some investors to brace for a reckoning heading into what historically has been a weak stretch for markets.

Published 1 month ago

Trump to Test High-Pressure Negotiating Style as U.S.-Canada Nafta Talks Resume

Trump to Test High-Pressure Negotiating Style as U.S.-Canada Nafta Talks Resume

Trump this week will put his bare-knuckles negotiating strategy to a new test, as his aides resume efforts to persuade Canada to sign on to his vision for overhauling Nafta, the pact he has long branded a disaster.

Published 1 month ago

Myanmar Court Sentences Reuters Reporters to Seven Years in Prison

Myanmar Court Sentences Reuters Reporters to Seven Years in Prison

Two Reuters reporters were sentenced to seven years in prison each for obtaining state secrets after they exposed military abuses of ethnic Rohingya.

Published 1 month ago

Am I Paying Too Little for Stuff?

Am I Paying Too Little for Stuff?

The tech industry lets me spend someone else’s money on movie tickets, cabs, lunch and more. I’m starting to feel bad about it.

Published 1 month ago

China pledges $60bn for Africa as Xi rejects ‘debt trap’ claims

China pledges $60bn for Africa as Xi rejects ‘debt trap’ claims

The $5bn for imports comes amid claims Beijing is engaging in ‘debt diplomacy’

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How a Chinese City’s Debt Woes Sparked Local Outrage

How a Chinese City’s Debt Woes Sparked Local Outrage

A splurge in debt-fueled development that began nearly a decade ago in the southern Chinese city of Leiyang has become a headache for government leaders and drawn the ire of the public.

Published 1 month ago

In Race for Students, Colleges Offer to Match Tuition at Rival Schools

In Race for Students, Colleges Offer to Match Tuition at Rival Schools

Some private colleges are offering to match public universities’ in-state tuition, in an escalation of the battle for students.

Published 1 month ago

Stocks’ Return to Records Paves Way for Volatile Autumn

Stocks’ Return to Records Paves Way for Volatile Autumn

U.S. stocks are at all-time highs after an August rally, prompting some investors to brace for a reckoning heading into what historically has been a weak stretch for markets.

Published 1 month ago

Freada Kapor Klein: Silicon Valley’s diversity activist

Freada Kapor Klein: Silicon Valley’s diversity activist

The venture capitalist and philanthropist backs her mission to rid tech of discrimination with bold action

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In Battle for Congress, Rising Economy Doesn’t Lift All Districts

In Battle for Congress, Rising Economy Doesn’t Lift All Districts

In the midterm elections, dozens of at-risk Republican seats are in places vulnerable to new tariffs, cap on deductions for state and local taxes, or weakening jobs picture. The local picture complicates an already tough job for the Republican Party, which is contending with President Trump’s low approval ratings.

Published 1 month ago

Scandal-hit Danske branch handled $30bn of Russian money

Scandal-hit Danske branch handled $30bn of Russian money

Amounts flowing through Estonia each year raise questions for bank’s executives

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JD.com chief returns to China after release from US custody

JD.com chief returns to China after release from US custody

Liu Qiangdong was released without any charges on Saturday

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At Boeing Factory, Unfinished 737s Pile Up

At Boeing Factory, Unfinished 737s Pile Up

So many unfinished planes are stacking up at a Boeing plant in Renton, Wash., that the aerospace giant has to find space outside its factory gates to park them.

Published 1 month ago

Trump to Test High-Pressure Negotiating Style as U.S.-Canada Nafta Talks Resume

Trump to Test High-Pressure Negotiating Style as U.S.-Canada Nafta Talks Resume

Trump this week will put his bare-knuckles negotiating strategy to a new test, as his aides resume efforts to persuade Canada to sign on to his vision for overhauling Nafta, the pact he has long branded a disaster.

Published 1 month ago

Stocks’ Return to Records Paves Way for Volatile Autumn

Stocks’ Return to Records Paves Way for Volatile Autumn

U.S. stocks are at all-time highs after an August rally, prompting some investors to brace for a reckoning heading into what historically has been a weak stretch for markets.

Published 1 month ago