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Book Publishers Go Back to Basics

Book Publishers Go Back to Basics

After a decade of technological upheaval and lackluster growth, executives at the top four U.S. consumer book publishers say they are done relying on newfangled formats to boost growth.

Published 3 months ago

China Takes On Its New Tycoons

China Takes On Its New Tycoons

Fearing the rise of Russia-style oligarchs, Xi Jinping looks to remind China’s wealthy class of entrepreneurs who is really in charge.

Published 3 months ago

Disgruntled Venezuelans to Vote for Governors

Disgruntled Venezuelans to Vote for Governors

Voters go to the polls Sunday in long-delayed state governor elections that President Nicolas Maduro proclaims are proof that his administration isn’t a dictatorship, as U.S. President Donald Trump and other leaders have called it.

Published 3 months ago

U.S. Companies Pile Into Canadian Bond Market

U.S. Companies Pile Into Canadian Bond Market

Large U.S. corporations have issued almost C$15 billion in Canadian-dollar-denominated bonds this year, the most ever, to take advantage of lower rates and a rise in demand from Canadian investors.

Published 3 months ago

Canada Welcomes Family Freed By Pakistani Forces

Canada Welcomes Family Freed By Pakistani Forces

Canada said Friday evening the American-Canadian couple held by militants for five years but freed this week by Pakistani forces were now in the country.

Published 3 months ago

At the Intersection of Russia Probe and Social Media: Donald Trump’s Digital Chief

At the Intersection of Russia Probe and Social Media: Donald Trump’s Digital Chief

Congressional investigators are homing in on the connections between the 2016 presidential election and social-media giants Facebook and Twitter, a nexus that put Brad Parscale in charge of millions.

Published 3 months ago

Families Scour Burnt Ruins for Missing in California

Families Scour Burnt Ruins for Missing in California

As more than a dozen wildfires ravage Northern California this week, a separate drama is playing out amid the devastation: A frantic search to find missing loved ones.

Published 3 months ago

Former White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus Met With Special Counsel’s Team

Former White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus Met With Special Counsel’s Team

Former White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus interviewed with Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team on Friday as part of the special counsel probe of possible collusion between associates of President Donald Trump and Moscow in the 2016 election, Mr. Priebus’s lawyer said.

Published 3 months ago

Republicans Split Over Trump’s Move to End Health Subsidies

Republicans Split Over Trump’s Move to End Health Subsidies

President Trump’s decision to end payments to insurers under the Affordable Care Act triggered an immediate dispute among Republicans over whether to reverse the decision and shore up the nation’s insurance markets or embrace the move.

Published 3 months ago

Las Vegas Police Back Pedal on Key Mass-Shooting Timeline

Las Vegas Police Back Pedal on Key Mass-Shooting Timeline

Sheriff Joseph Lombardo of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department said hotel security guard, Jesus Campos, was shot “in close proximity” to the time Stephen Paddock started firing on concertgoers—not before.

Published 3 months ago

Saudi Arabia Weighs Giving Up on International Listing for Aramco

Saudi Arabia Weighs Giving Up on International Listing for Aramco

Officials at Saudi Arabia’s state-owned oil company are considering giving up on their plan to list shares in New York, London or any other international stock exchange, and may instead offer shares only on the kingdom’s exchange in Riyadh, according to people familiar with the matter.

Published 3 months ago

Stocks Rally Hits Fever Pitch as Global Markets Touch Fresh Highs

Stocks Rally Hits Fever Pitch as Global Markets Touch Fresh Highs

The rally that has propelled U.S. stocks to record levels is spreading, with stock benchmarks in Germany, the U.K., Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan and New Zealand all reaching multiyear or record highs this week.

Published 3 months ago

Weinstein Co. Exploring Sale or Shutdown

Weinstein Co. Exploring Sale or Shutdown

The film and television studio’s board of directors has been talking to possible buyers as it mulls how to move forward after firing co-chairman Harvey Weinstein amid accusations of sexual assault and harassment.

Published 3 months ago

Facebook Users Were Unwitting Targets of Russia-Backed Scheme

Facebook Users Were Unwitting Targets of Russia-Backed Scheme

Facebook accounts linked to Russian operatives amassed hundreds of thousands of followers the past couple of years with posts, ads and events that stoked strong emotions over issues including race and immigration.

Published 3 months ago

The Nobel Prize for Clever Mind Games Goes To…

The Nobel Prize for Clever Mind Games Goes To…

“Default” is normally a bad word in finance; ask anyone who’s ever owned a bond that missed an interest payment. But another sort of default can be good for retirement savers.

Published 3 months ago