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Tesla set to open lower after Musk drops buyout plan

Tesla set to open lower after Musk drops buyout plan

Shares down as much as 5 per cent in pre-market on first trading day since U-turn

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What Turkey Can Do If Market Troubles Return

What Turkey Can Do If Market Troubles Return

The Turkish economy took a body blow when its currency depreciated earlier this month. Investors are asking what tools are at Turkey’s disposal in case the panic that shook markets resurfaces.

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Airlines Cash In on Loyalty Credit Cards

Airlines Cash In on Loyalty Credit Cards

Airlines are inundating customers with credit-card offers, hoping to widen a lucrative and steady revenue stream as they rely more on income beyond fares.

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Earnings Boom Helps Tip U.S. Companies Into Deleveraging

Earnings Boom Helps Tip U.S. Companies Into Deleveraging

U.S. companies have been scaling back borrowing while posting improved earnings, marking some tentative signs of progress amid continuing concerns about their elevated debt levels.

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Public Bravado, Private Doubts: Inside the Unraveling of Elon Musk’s Tesla Buyout

Public Bravado, Private Doubts: Inside the Unraveling of Elon Musk’s Tesla Buyout

As his team hustled to put form to his idea, lining up investors willing to put up tens of billions of dollars. Mr. Musk was having second thoughts.

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Pope Francis Alleged to Have Known in 2013 About Sex-Abuse Charges

Pope Francis Alleged to Have Known in 2013 About Sex-Abuse Charges

Pope Francis declined to respond Sunday to accusations by a former Vatican ambassador to the U.S. that he covered up sexual misconduct by a prominent cardinal, amid a deepening crisis over sexual abuse that is increasingly overshadowing his pontificate.

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Meet the Lawyer Representing Wall Street’s #MeToo Men

Meet the Lawyer Representing Wall Street’s #MeToo Men

For lawyers, a willingness to take on clients some find unsavory can be part of the job. John Singer has waded into particularly controversial territory, helping men felled by the burgeoning #MeToo movement take on their former Wall Street employers.

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Goldman Cashes In on Passive-Investing Boom With Big 4 P.M. Trade

Goldman Cashes In on Passive-Investing Boom With Big 4 P.M. Trade

Investment banks are elbowing into the crucial business of end-of-day trading in private, off-exchange transactions. The shift away from routing these transactions through NYSE and Nasdaq raises questions about transparency.

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U.N. Team Condemns Myanmar’s Treatment of Rohingya as Genocide, Calls for Prosecutions

U.N. Team Condemns Myanmar’s Treatment of Rohingya as Genocide, Calls for Prosecutions

Myanmar’s army chief and other top commanders should be prosecuted for genocide against the country’s ethnic-Rohingya Muslims, investigators working for the United Nations’ human-rights agency said.

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Airlines Cash In on Loyalty Credit Cards

Airlines Cash In on Loyalty Credit Cards

Airlines are inundating customers with credit-card offers, hoping to widen a lucrative and steady revenue stream as they rely more on income beyond fares.

Published 1 month ago

Madden Videogame Competition in Jacksonville, Fla., Erupts in Gunfire

Madden Videogame Competition in Jacksonville, Fla., Erupts in Gunfire

A gunman opened fire, killing two and injuring nine others at a videogame tournament in Jacksonville, Fla., Sunday afternoon, authorities said.

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Goldman Cashes In on Passive-Investing Boom With Big 4 P.M. Trade

Goldman Cashes In on Passive-Investing Boom With Big 4 P.M. Trade

Investment banks are elbowing into the crucial business of end-of-day trading in private, off-exchange transactions. The shift away from routing these transactions through NYSE and Nasdaq raises questions about transparency.

Published 1 month ago

Trump’s Stances Weaken Support for U.S. Official to Lead Global Banking Body

Trump’s Stances Weaken Support for U.S. Official to Lead Global Banking Body

President Trump’s antagonistic posture towards international institutions at foreign summits this summer soured some European officials on the candidacy of a top Fed official to helm the international Financial Stability Board.

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Deutsche-Commerzbank deal seen as a question of when, not if

Deutsche-Commerzbank deal seen as a question of when, not if

Bankers point out that any merger would have to be radical to be successful

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Public Bravado, Private Doubts: Inside the Unraveling of Elon Musk’s Tesla Buyout

Public Bravado, Private Doubts: Inside the Unraveling of Elon Musk’s Tesla Buyout

As his team hustled to put form to his idea, lining up investors willing to put up tens of billions of dollars. Mr. Musk was having second thoughts.

Published 1 month ago