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Trophy Infrastructure, Troublesome Debt: China Makes Inroads in Europe

Trophy Infrastructure, Troublesome Debt: China Makes Inroads in Europe

Beijing is constructing parallel financial and commercial networks across Central and Eastern Europe to challenge the global order. Its offers give emerging economies a quick path to development and infrastructure—but with downsides, including debt burdens.

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Another Burst of Polio-Like Cases in Children Alarms Doctors

Another Burst of Polio-Like Cases in Children Alarms Doctors

The condition, known as AFM, has jumped onto the national radar. Researchers are struggling to explain its third nationwide peak since 2014, and families are trying to provide hope to children hit with the disease.

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How to Tell a Bear Market Is About to Hit

How to Tell a Bear Market Is About to Hit

Here are some clues investors are using to see if the long bull run is nearing an end.

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China’s Ping An plays down foreign M&A interest

China’s Ping An plays down foreign M&A interest

Country’s largest insurance group prioritises growth prospects in home market

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Japan demand for labour sparks immigration debate

Japan demand for labour sparks immigration debate

A long-closed country may finally be opening up to stabilise population and economy

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Trump, Obama Make Final Pitches on Eve of Midterm Elections

Trump, Obama Make Final Pitches on Eve of Midterm Elections

On the eve of an election that will determine whether Congress remains under Republican control, both the current and former president spoke to core supporters on Monday.

Published 1 month ago

Another Burst of Polio-Like Cases in Children Alarms Doctors

Another Burst of Polio-Like Cases in Children Alarms Doctors

The condition, known as AFM, has jumped onto the national radar. Researchers are struggling to explain its third nationwide peak since 2014, and families are trying to provide hope to children hit with the disease.

Published 1 month ago

How to Tell a Bear Market Is About to Hit

How to Tell a Bear Market Is About to Hit

Here are some clues investors are using to see if the long bull run is nearing an end.

Published 1 month ago

How Tesla Made a Record Profit

How Tesla Made a Record Profit

Tesla’s record quarter doesn’t look as good as its earnings release had suggested, in part since the biggest boost to profits came from the sale of government credits.

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Under Armour’s #MeToo Moment: No More Strip Clubs on Company Dime

Under Armour’s #MeToo Moment: No More Strip Clubs on Company Dime

Under Armour employees received an email earlier this year that upended a longstanding company practice: They could no longer charge visits to strip clubs on their corporate cards. Strip-club visits were symptomatic of practices women at Under Armour found demeaning, current and former employees say.

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U.S. Issues Eight Waivers From Iran Oil Sanctions

U.S. Issues Eight Waivers From Iran Oil Sanctions

The Trump administration issued waivers to eight governments, exempting them from sanctions on Iranian oil that took effect at midnight.

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Verizon to Break Up Wireless Unit in Reorganization

Verizon to Break Up Wireless Unit in Reorganization

Verizon’s new CEO is restructuring the carrier’s business lines, including its massive wireless business, in one of the first major organizational changes under his leadership.

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SoftBank CEO Denounces Khashoggi Killing But Says Firm Will Keep Saudi Partnership

SoftBank CEO Denounces Khashoggi Killing But Says Firm Will Keep Saudi Partnership

SoftBank’s CEO Masayoshi Son called the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi a tragedy that shouldn’t have happened but said SoftBank had a responsibility to keep its partnership with the kingdom.

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Trump in last-ditch campaign push to retain Senate majority

Trump in last-ditch campaign push to retain Senate majority

President uses last hours of midterm elections to focus on anti-immigration message

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Italy pressed by other EU nations to redraft budget

Italy pressed by other EU nations to redraft budget

Finance ministers call on Rome to talk to Brussels as spending plan deadline nears

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