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A Slice of Snails? Sluggish Demand Mires Pizza Hut, KFC in China

A Slice of Snails? Sluggish Demand Mires Pizza Hut, KFC in China

China’s once voracious appetite for American fast food is waning as consumers are lured to emerging domestic chains and food-delivery apps.

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The Case That Shaped Brett Kavanaugh’s Thinking on Presidential Power

The Case That Shaped Brett Kavanaugh’s Thinking on Presidential Power

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has repeatedly cited a 1935 case, in which the court rejected President Roosevelt’s bid to fire an appointee of President Hoover, as a misguided dilution of the president’s power over the executive branch.

Published 1 month ago

Toys R Us workers put pressure on hedge fund

Toys R Us workers put pressure on hedge fund

Staff seeking compensation over job losses focus on Solus’s work for New Jersey state

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Inside Twitter’s Long, Slow Struggle to Police Bad Actors

Inside Twitter’s Long, Slow Struggle to Police Bad Actors

When Twitter Chief Executive Jack Dorsey testifies before Congress this week, he’ll likely be asked about an issue that has been hovering over the company: Just who decides whether a user gets kicked off the site?

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

Turkey Central Bank Vows to Take Action After Inflation Hits 18%

Turkey Central Bank Vows to Take Action After Inflation Hits 18%

Turkey’s central bank vowed to take action after inflation hit its highest pace in 15 years, fueling expectations that it will raise interest rates next week, but analysts questioned how far the institution could defy President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s prescription of lending on the cheap.

Published 1 month ago

Ad Giant WPP Taps Company Veteran Mark Read for CEO

Ad Giant WPP Taps Company Veteran Mark Read for CEO

The choice of Mark Read to succeed Martin Sorrell caps a monthslong search at the world’s largest advertising firm that has been under pressure from investors and big clients to adapt to digital advertising.

Published 1 month ago

Stakes Are High as States Gear Up to Pick Governors

Stakes Are High as States Gear Up to Pick Governors

The 36 contested races for governor this election year have outsized significance because many of the new crop of state leaders will have some say over the redrawing of legislative and congressional maps in 2021.

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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

When Machines (and Humans) Decide to Sell at Once

When Machines (and Humans) Decide to Sell at Once

As algorithmic traders and trend-following funds grow in influence, automatic sell orders, a tool used by investors to shut down losing bets, may be behind some dramatic market swings.

Published 1 month ago

U.S.-North Korea Stalemate Threatens Nuclear Disarmament Deal

U.S.-North Korea Stalemate Threatens Nuclear Disarmament Deal

Nearly three months after North Korean leader Kim Jong Un shook hands with President Trump and agreed to pursue denuclearization and a reset in relations, the two sides have reached an impasse.

Published 1 month ago

US-China trade war prompts rethink on supply chains

US-China trade war prompts rethink on supply chains

Manufacturers explore options but expect China to retain dominant production position

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Inside Twitter’s Long, Slow Struggle to Police Bad Actors

Inside Twitter’s Long, Slow Struggle to Police Bad Actors

When Twitter Chief Executive Jack Dorsey testifies before Congress this week, he’ll likely be asked about an issue that has been hovering over the company: Just who decides whether a user gets kicked off the site?

Published 1 month ago

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

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