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U.S., Canada Begin Last-Minute Sprint to Rewrite Nafta

U.S., Canada Begin Last-Minute Sprint to Rewrite Nafta

U.S. and Canadian negotiators began a last-minute sprint to complete a North American Free Trade Agreement rewrite, as pressure built on Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to cut a deal and President Trump faced skepticism from Congress.

Published 1 month ago

California Lawmakers Vote to Mandate Carbon-Free Electricity Generation

California Lawmakers Vote to Mandate Carbon-Free Electricity Generation

California passed legislation Tuesday that would make it the first large state to mandate completely carbon-free electricity generation, with a target of 2045.

Published 1 month ago

Trump Accuses Google of Suppressing Positive News About His Presidency

Trump Accuses Google of Suppressing Positive News About His Presidency

President Trump accused Google of elevating critical stories about him, calling it a “very serious situation” that will be addressed. Google said “we don’t bias our results toward any political ideology.”

Published 1 month ago

Blackstone Scores Profit on Dam Deal Dubbed ‘Big Mistake’ in Uganda

Blackstone Scores Profit on Dam Deal Dubbed ‘Big Mistake’ in Uganda

The world’s largest private-equity firm invested in a Ugandan dam hoping to do well and to do good. It succeeded on the first count; the second is debatable.

Published 1 month ago

A Chinese Tesla Rival Launches $1.3 Billion U.S. IPO

A Chinese Tesla Rival Launches $1.3 Billion U.S. IPO

Chinese electric-vehicle maker NIO launched a U.S. stock sale that could raise up to $1.32 billion, moving to tap the public markets before generating any substantial revenue.

Published 1 month ago

Almost Famous on FinTwit

Almost Famous on FinTwit

A fake Warren Buffett account on Twitter is racking up followers with folksy wisdom.

Published 1 month ago

Two Upstarts Triumph in Florida, Setting Up Stark Contrast in Governor’s Race

Two Upstarts Triumph in Florida, Setting Up Stark Contrast in Governor’s Race

Republican Rep. Ron DeSantis, whose campaign took off after he was endorsed by President Trump, will face Democratic Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum, who has called for Mr. Trump’s impeachment.

Published 1 month ago

California Lawmakers Vote to Mandate Carbon-Free Electricity Generation

California Lawmakers Vote to Mandate Carbon-Free Electricity Generation

California passed legislation Tuesday that would make it the first large state to mandate completely carbon-free electricity generation, with a target of 2045.

Published 1 month ago

Yahoo, Bucking Industry, Scans Emails for Data to Sell Advertisers

Yahoo, Bucking Industry, Scans Emails for Data to Sell Advertisers

The Web giant owned by Verizon analyzes more than 200 million inboxes for clues about what products people might buy—a practice much of Silicon Valley has declared off-limits.

Published 1 month ago

Blackstone Scores Profit on Dam Deal Dubbed ‘Big Mistake’ in Uganda

Blackstone Scores Profit on Dam Deal Dubbed ‘Big Mistake’ in Uganda

The world’s largest private-equity firm invested in a Ugandan dam hoping to do well and to do good. It succeeded on the first count; the second is debatable.

Published 1 month ago

Trump Accuses Google of Suppressing Positive News About His Presidency

Trump Accuses Google of Suppressing Positive News About His Presidency

President Trump accused Google of elevating critical stories about him, calling it a “very serious situation” that will be addressed. Google said “we don’t bias our results toward any political ideology.”

Published 1 month ago

Chinese Megalenders Weather Beijing’s Credit Crunch

Chinese Megalenders Weather Beijing’s Credit Crunch

Asian markets were mixed Wednesday. Japan’s Nikkei 225 and Taiwan’s Taiex rose by 0.7% and 0.9% apiece, while China’s Shanghai Composite Index dipped 0.4%.

Published 1 month ago

Tired of Swiping Right, Some Singles Try Slow Dating

Tired of Swiping Right, Some Singles Try Slow Dating

Younger daters exhausted by larger apps like Tinder have found ways to meet possible partners by considering fewer of them.

Published 1 month ago

McConnell Calls for ‘Gang’ to Decide How to Honor John McCain

McConnell Calls for ‘Gang’ to Decide How to Honor John McCain

Senate Republicans are advocating for a slow approach on deciding how to memorialize John McCain, in a move that could sap momentum from a Democratic initiative to name a Capitol Hill office building after the longtime statesman and war hero.

Published 1 month ago

Chinese Megalenders Weather Beijing’s Credit Crunch

Chinese Megalenders Weather Beijing’s Credit Crunch

Asian markets were mixed Wednesday. Japan’s Nikkei 225 and Taiwan’s Taiex rose by 0.7% and 0.9% apiece, while China’s Shanghai Composite Index dipped 0.4%.

Published 1 month ago