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Australia Ousts Another Prime Minister as Ruling Party Shifts Right

Australia Ousts Another Prime Minister as Ruling Party Shifts Right

Scott Morrison, Australia’s treasurer, became prime minister after a leadership challenge put out Malcolm Turnbull.

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Under Trump, Consumer Safety Agency Aims to Boost Cooperation With Business

Under Trump, Consumer Safety Agency Aims to Boost Cooperation With Business

The agency charged with protecting U.S. consumers from dangerous products has changed tack under President Trump, curtailing certain regulatory practices. Ann Marie Buerkle, acting chairwoman of the Consumer Product Safety Commission since February 2017, has toned down what businesses describe as the confrontational approach of her Democratic predecessor.

Published 1 month ago

Who Killed Toys ‘R’ Us? Hint: It Wasn’t Only Amazon

Who Killed Toys ‘R’ Us? Hint: It Wasn’t Only Amazon

A small group of hedge funds decided the ailing Toys ‘R’ Us was worth more dead than alive. That turned a frantic restructuring effort into a going-out-of-business sale, a sign of debtholders’ increasing power in bankruptcy court.

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Chicago’s New Idea to Fix Its Pension Deficit: Take On More Debt

Chicago’s New Idea to Fix Its Pension Deficit: Take On More Debt

Chicago Finance Chief Carole Brown will soon decide whether to endorse a $10 billion bond offering that would be used to help close a $28 billion pension gap.

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The Fed Worries About Corporate Monopolies. Investors Should Just Buy Them.

The Fed Worries About Corporate Monopolies. Investors Should Just Buy Them.

Is rising corporate power hurting capital spending, wage growth and U.S. productivity? Central bankers meeting in Jackson Hole, Wyo., to discuss the issues will be worrying that the answer is yes. Investors should be thrilled if it is.

Published 1 month ago

Australia Ousts Another Prime Minister as Ruling Party Shifts Right

Australia Ousts Another Prime Minister as Ruling Party Shifts Right

Scott Morrison, Australia’s treasurer, will become the nation’s next prime minister after a leadership challenge put out Malcolm Turnbull.

Published 1 month ago

Chicago’s New Idea to Fix Its Pension Deficit: Take On More Debt

Chicago’s New Idea to Fix Its Pension Deficit: Take On More Debt

Chicago Finance Chief Carole Brown will soon decide whether to endorse a $10 billion bond offering that would be used to help close a $28 billion pension gap.

Published 1 month ago

Malaysia Brings First Criminal Charges Against Alleged 1MDB Ringleader Jho Low

Malaysia Brings First Criminal Charges Against Alleged 1MDB Ringleader Jho Low

Malaysian police said they have filed money laundering charges against Jho Low, the alleged mastermind behind the financial scandal involving state development fund 1Malaysia Development Bhd.

Published 1 month ago

‘None of these people ever gave up on me’: America’s drug courts

‘None of these people ever gave up on me’: America’s drug courts

Judge-led therapy programmes offer a rare glimmer of hope amid the US opioid crisis

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Erdogan’s conspiracy claims strike chord in Turkey

Erdogan’s conspiracy claims strike chord in Turkey

Framing US dispute as ‘economic coup’ plays on historical mistrust of outside powers

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Pope under pressure to open Vatican records on child sexual abuse

Pope under pressure to open Vatican records on child sexual abuse

Visit to Ireland stirs tension over cover-up of clerical scandal by once-dominant force

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The long fight for a cure for PTSD

The long fight for a cure for PTSD

A century after the coinage of the term ‘shell shock’, a cure for post-traumatic stress may be within reach

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Trump’s tariffs see small businesses plead for mercy

Trump’s tariffs see small businesses plead for mercy

Companies reliant on global supply chains seek exemptions at Washington hearing

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Trump’s tabloid friend finds himself in the headlines

Trump’s tabloid friend finds himself in the headlines

President’s ally David Pecker comes under scrutiny in Cohen investigation

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