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Fed Raises Rates and Signals Faster Path Next Year

Fed Raises Rates and Signals Faster Path Next Year

The Federal Reserve said it would raise short-term interest rates a quarter-percentage point and signaled it could lift them at a slightly more aggressive pace in coming years to keep the strengthening economy on an even keel.

Published 4 months ago

Austin Bombing Suspect: Home-Schooled College Dropout Known for Dry Wit

Austin Bombing Suspect: Home-Schooled College Dropout Known for Dry Wit

Mark Anthony Conditt, the man authorities say carried out a string of bombing attacks in Austin, was a home-schooled 23-year-old who had dropped out of college and lived in a fast-growing bedroom community north of Austin.

Published 4 months ago

US threatens new trade curbs on China

US threatens new trade curbs on China

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The EU’s ‘digital tax’: how US tech groups would be hit

The EU’s ‘digital tax’: how US tech groups would be hit

Brussels wants 3% levy on revenues but support from all member states is not assured

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How to control your data on Facebook — or quit it

How to control your data on Facebook — or quit it

A guide to managing apps on the social network, deactivating or deleting your account

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After Days of Silence, Mark Zuckerberg to Publicly Address Facebook’s User-Data Uproar

After Days of Silence, Mark Zuckerberg to Publicly Address Facebook’s User-Data Uproar

In an effort to restore confidence in the social-media giant, Mr. Zuckerberg is scheduled on Wednesday to speak about the recent furor over Facebook’s handling of user data, people familiar with the matter said.

Published 4 months ago

Trump Administration Tells Lawmakers China Trade Actions Are Needed

Trump Administration Tells Lawmakers China Trade Actions Are Needed

The Trump administration is looking at tariffs and investment restrictions as a way to pressure China to strengthen protection of American intellectual property, the U.S. trade representative told House lawmakers worried about a brewing trade war.

Published 4 months ago

Fed signals extra rate rise as growth accelerates

Fed signals extra rate rise as growth accelerates

Central bank projections point to further increase in 2019

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Truck driver shortage squeezes General Mills profits

Truck driver shortage squeezes General Mills profits

Historic lack of road freight and higher material costs hit Cheerios maker

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MGM CEO Gary Barber Was Fired Following Disagreement With Board on Strategy

MGM CEO Gary Barber Was Fired Following Disagreement With Board on Strategy

The board MGM Holdings abruptly fired Chief Executive Gary Barber amid disagreement over whether the Hollywood studio was well-positioned for growth, according to people close to the company.

Published 4 months ago

Another Nor’easter Soaks and Slows East Coast

Another Nor’easter Soaks and Slows East Coast

New Yorkers woke up to the fourth nor’easter this month, with heavy snow and strong winds disrupting travel, school and work around the region.

Published 4 months ago

Federal Reserve Interest-Rate Decision—Live Analysis

Federal Reserve Interest-Rate Decision—Live Analysis

Federal Reserve Interest-Rate Decision—Live Analysis

Published 4 months ago

Antitrust Case Against Merger of AT&T and Time Warner Feels Stuck in the Past

Antitrust Case Against Merger of AT&T and Time Warner Feels Stuck in the Past

The Trump Administration’s antitrust case against AT&T’s merger with Time Warner reads like a relic of a bygone era, before the Internet came along and collapsed the barriers to entry in media and entertainment, Greg Ip writes.

Published 4 months ago

How One Investor Made a Fortune Picking Over the Retail Apocalypse

How One Investor Made a Fortune Picking Over the Retail Apocalypse

Private-equity firm Sycamore Partners, owner of Anne Klein, Hot Topic and Nine West, has succeeded where many other investors have stumbled. It’s making money in brick-and-mortar retailing.

Published 4 months ago