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Top U.S. General Readies Military Plan for North Korea, but Pushes for Diplomacy

Top U.S. General Readies Military Plan for North Korea, but Pushes for Diplomacy

The Pentagon’s top military officer says the focus remains on finding a diplomatic solution to the North Korea missile crisis, even as the military works up viable options in case they become necessary.

Published 5 months ago

What the Google Controversy Misses: The Business Case for Diversity

What the Google Controversy Misses: The Business Case for Diversity

The memo written by a Google employee about gender diversity hit a raw nerve in an industry already beset by accusations of sexism and discrimination. Research, meanwhile, has established the business case for diversity.

Published 5 months ago

Democrats Divided on Abortion Strategy as They Look to 2018 Elections

Democrats Divided on Abortion Strategy as They Look to 2018 Elections

The chairman of the Democratic party’s main campaign arm said the party wouldn’t rule out backing candidates who oppose abortion rights, sparking debate about the best strategy for winning back seats in the House.

Published 5 months ago

Facebook’s Onavo Gives Social-Media Firm Inside Peek at Rivals’ Users

Facebook’s Onavo Gives Social-Media Firm Inside Peek at Rivals’ Users

Months before Snapchat parent Snap publicly disclosed slowing user growth, rival Facebook already knew, thanks to information from a data-security app owned by the social-media company.

Published 5 months ago

America’s ‘Cable Cowboy’ Lays the Groundwork for Internet Dominance Beyond the U.S.

America’s ‘Cable Cowboy’ Lays the Groundwork for Internet Dominance Beyond the U.S.

Media mogul John Malone and his lieutenants are quietly building a cable colossus in Europe and Latin America that potentially could be the backbone for the next generation of wireless-internet service.

Published 5 months ago

Wealthy Benefactors Put Money Where Their Bikes Go

Wealthy Benefactors Put Money Where Their Bikes Go

Cities across the country are embracing bike commuters. But for some wealthy benefactors, the changes aren’t coming fast enough, so they are putting down their own money.

Published 5 months ago

Trump’s Easing of Postcrisis Wall Street Rules Gains Momentum

Trump’s Easing of Postcrisis Wall Street Rules Gains Momentum

Regulators in the Trump administration have started easing restrictions that were placed on Wall Street after the financial crisis.

Published 5 months ago

What U.S. Wants From Nafta Talks

What U.S. Wants From Nafta Talks

U.S. negotiators at the North American Free Trade Agreement talks want concessions from Mexico and Canada to address President Trump’s factory-worker base while keeping their promise to “do no harm” to industry.

Published 5 months ago

Jeter Group to Buy Miami Marlins in $1.2 Billion Deal

Jeter Group to Buy Miami Marlins in $1.2 Billion Deal

Former New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter plans be a limited partner in the group led by venture capitalist Bruce Sherman, who will be the controlling owner.

Published 5 months ago

Trump Administration to Launch Probe of Alleged Chinese Technology Theft

Trump Administration to Launch Probe of Alleged Chinese Technology Theft

The Trump administration announced plans to pressure China over alleged intellectual property theft, adding the threat of trade retaliation to an ongoing campaign seeking greater cooperation from Beijing in the North Korean nuclear crisis.

Published 5 months ago

Regional Grocery Stores Feel the Squeeze

Regional Grocery Stores Feel the Squeeze

Recent upheaval in the U.S. grocery business is proving to be especially painful for regional supermarkets and their suppliers, and creating opportunities for big-food retailers to further consolidate their market position.

Published 5 months ago

Hundreds Face Off Ahead of White Nationalist Rally in Virginia

Hundreds Face Off Ahead of White Nationalist Rally in Virginia

Virginia’s governor declared a state of emergency as hundreds of people clashed in Charlottesville ahead of a white nationalist rally to protest the pending removal a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.

Published 5 months ago

How Do You Fix a School-Bus Problem? Call MIT

How Do You Fix a School-Bus Problem? Call MIT

Boston’s public schools ran a contest to come up with a less-expensive bus system. An MIT team came up with an algorithm that it said will save $5 million and one million miles.

Published 5 months ago

Chinese Shopping Splurges Are Set to Boost Alibaba’s Revenue

Chinese Shopping Splurges Are Set to Boost Alibaba’s Revenue

Chinese consumers can’t stop filling their closets with stuff they buy online—and that is powering e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. On Thursday, Alibaba is likely to report that its quarterly revenue has risen roughly 50% from the year-earlier period.

Published 5 months ago

America’s City Buses Lose Momentum

America’s City Buses Lose Momentum

Bus transit is in a downward spiral, causing problems for low-income workers and others and possibly altering the shape of city life if the decline persists.

Published 5 months ago