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Nikki Haley to Resign as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations

Nikki Haley to Resign as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley, a onetime critic of President Trump who became an advocate of his foreign-policy views on the world stage, said she is resigning her post at the end of 2018.

Published 2 months ago

McDonald’s Franchisees Consider Push on Profit, Cash Flow

McDonald’s Franchisees Consider Push on Profit, Cash Flow

McDonald’s franchisees are considering making a push to urge the company to help improve profit and cash flow at their restaurants.

Published 2 months ago

Activist Investor Trian Takes 2.9% Stake in Paint Company PPG Industries

Activist Investor Trian Takes 2.9% Stake in Paint Company PPG Industries

Activist investor Trian Fund Management disclosed a new stake in PPG and plans to push for changes at the paint maker.

Published 2 months ago

Activist Investor Trian Takes 2.9% Stake in Paint Company PPG Industries

Activist Investor Trian Takes 2.9% Stake in Paint Company PPG Industries

Activist investor Trian Fund Management disclosed a new stake in PPG and plans to push for changes at the paint maker.

Published 2 months ago

Exxon Puts Up $1 Million to Campaign for a Carbon Tax

Exxon Puts Up $1 Million to Campaign for a Carbon Tax

Exxon is committing $1 million over two years to promote a tax on carbon emissions by corporations, one of the few times an oil company has given money to make fighting climate change a priority in Washington.

Published 2 months ago

The yin-yang of 10-year Treasury yields and tech shares

The yin-yang of 10-year Treasury yields and tech shares

Mike Mackenzie’s daily analysis of what’s moving global markets

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Thousands of Southerners Planted Trees for Retirement. It Didn’t Work.

Thousands of Southerners Planted Trees for Retirement. It Didn’t Work.

Too much pine and not enough saw mills spell years of depressed prices for the plantations of the South. For individual woodland owners who saw trees as a safe long-term investment, for college, retirement or a rainy day, one problem is a federal soil conservation program in the 1980s that spurred many farmers to turn their fields into forests.

Published 2 months ago

Hurricane Michael Gains Strength as It Takes Aim at North Florida

Hurricane Michael Gains Strength as It Takes Aim at North Florida

Hurricane Michael intensified to Category 3 over warm Gulf of Mexico waters as residents brace for fierce winds and life-threatening flooding.

Published 2 months ago

Britain, EU Edge Closer to Brexit Deal

Britain, EU Edge Closer to Brexit Deal

British and European negotiators have moved within sight of a deal on Brexit, having narrowed differences over the main sticking point of Northern Ireland.

Published 2 months ago

Health Care Crowds Out Jobs, Taxes in Midterm Ads

Health Care Crowds Out Jobs, Taxes in Midterm Ads

Democratic candidates, who all but shunned campaigning on health care eight years ago, are now putting the issue front and center. Republicans are barely mentioning it.

Published 2 months ago

France’s Macron, Celebrated Abroad, Faces Isolation at Home

France’s Macron, Celebrated Abroad, Faces Isolation at Home

The presidency of Emmanuel Macron has reached a tipping point. Viewed from abroad, the 40-year-old former investment banker is a poster boy for international cooperation. At home, however, Mr. Macron is increasingly isolated.

Published 2 months ago

Brett Kavanaugh Hears First Cases as a Supreme Court Justice

Brett Kavanaugh Hears First Cases as a Supreme Court Justice

Justice Brett Kavanaugh took his seat on the Supreme Court, emerging from red curtains into a marble chamber across the street and a world apart from the Senate buildings where he secured confirmation following a bitter political struggle.

Published 2 months ago

Exxon Puts Up $1 Million to Campaign for a Carbon Tax

Exxon Puts Up $1 Million to Campaign for a Carbon Tax

Exxon is committing $1 million over two years to promote a tax on carbon emissions by corporations, one of the few times an oil company has given money to make fighting climate change a priority in Washington.

Published 2 months ago

Bill Ackman’s fund builds $900m stake in Starbucks

Bill Ackman’s fund builds $900m stake in Starbucks

Shares move higher after Pershing Square discloses position in coffee chain

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Nikki Haley’s demise paves the way for unbridled ‘America First’

Nikki Haley’s demise paves the way for unbridled ‘America First’

Defence secretary Mattis is all that remains of the axis-of-adults under Trump

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