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Goldman’s New Obsession: Adding $5 Billion in Revenue

Goldman’s New Obsession: Adding $5 Billion in Revenue

After years of cutting, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is in growth mode, though big questions remain over the future of its debt-trading arm.

Published 4 months ago

Wall Street Journal’s Joseph Rago Died of Natural Causes, Mecial Examiner Says

Wall Street Journal’s Joseph Rago Died of Natural Causes, Mecial Examiner Says

Joseph Rago, The Wall Street Journal Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial writer, died of natural causes in July, according to the New York City medical examiner.

Published 4 months ago

J.P. Morgan’s Dimon Says Third-Quarter Trading Revenue Likely to Fall

J.P. Morgan’s Dimon Says Third-Quarter Trading Revenue Likely to Fall

J.P. Morgan Chase Chief Executive James Dimon said trading is likely to fall around 20% in the third quarter compared to the year earlier period.

Published 4 months ago

The Dodgers Are on the Verge of an All-Time Collapse

The Dodgers Are on the Verge of an All-Time Collapse

Once on pace for a record-setting season, the Los Angeles Dodgers have lost 11 straight games and suddenly look like baseball’s worst team.

Published 4 months ago

U.S. Threatens China Over North Korea Sanctions

U.S. Threatens China Over North Korea Sanctions

The Trump administration threatened to impose further sanctions on China if Beijing doesn’t do more to shut down banks and other Chinese firms aiding North Korea.

Published 4 months ago

Hurricane Irma Destroyed 25% of Homes in Florida Keys, FEMA Estimates

Hurricane Irma Destroyed 25% of Homes in Florida Keys, FEMA Estimates

Hurricane Irma destroyed a quarter of the homes in the Florida Keys and badly damaged many more, federal officials said Tuesday, as millions of people in the nation’s Southeast remained without power.

Published 4 months ago

Uninsured Rate Fell in 2016 as More People Aged Into Medicare

Uninsured Rate Fell in 2016 as More People Aged Into Medicare

The share of people in the U.S. who lacked health insurance for the whole of 2016 declined to 8.8%, the Census Bureau said Tuesday, down from 9.1% the previous year, largely due to Americans aging into the federal Medicare program for people 65 and older.

Published 4 months ago

Mnuchin: Services Companies Won’t Get ‘Pass-Through’ Rate Under Tax Plan

Mnuchin: Services Companies Won’t Get ‘Pass-Through’ Rate Under Tax Plan

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Tuesday the GOP’s tax-overhaul proposal would seek to exclude services companies from enjoying a new lower rate on businesses that don’t pay corporate taxes.

Published 4 months ago

We Need Satellites—A Speeding Mass of Space Junk Puts Them at Risk

We Need Satellites—A Speeding Mass of Space Junk Puts Them at Risk

Years of debris plus a boom in small satellites imperils the Hubble Space Telescope as well as equipment used for phones, data, national security and weather forecasting. Officials worry the clutter might eventually make some parts of space unusable.

Published 4 months ago

U.S. Household Incomes Rose in 2016 to New Record

U.S. Household Incomes Rose in 2016 to New Record

Incomes in the U.S. jumped again last year, allowing the average American household to finally recover the ground it lost in the past two recessions.

Published 4 months ago

China Holds Back in Latest North Korea Sanctions

China Holds Back in Latest North Korea Sanctions

China’s endorsement of new international sanctions against North Korea came with a heavy dose of caution as Beijing tries to stall its neighbor’s pursuit of nuclear arms without causing its collapse.

Published 4 months ago

Steve Bannon Says He Talks to Donald Trump Every Two to Three Days

Steve Bannon Says He Talks to Donald Trump Every Two to Three Days

Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon remains in frequent contact with President Donald Trump weeks after leaving his administration job, Mr. Bannon told a gathering in Hong Kong.

Published 4 months ago

Gold Is Flashing Inflation, Not North Korea

Gold Is Flashing Inflation, Not North Korea

The run-up in gold has coincided with rising fears of armed conflict in Asia. Investors should be paying attention to inflation and China instead.

Published 4 months ago

A Millennial’s Love for a Classic Ford

A Millennial’s Love for a Classic Ford

A recent college graduate who grew up adoring antique cars finds a perfect match with a 1952 Customline.

Published 4 months ago

California Wants a Say as Trump and Car Makers Talk New Mileage Rules

California Wants a Say as Trump and Car Makers Talk New Mileage Rules

California officials, long advocates of tougher clean-air rules, say they have been sidelined from recent talks between the Trump administration and auto makers that are angling for relief from stringent fuel-economy standards.

Published 4 months ago