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Jair Bolsonaro gives Brazilian business ‘guarded hope’

Jair Bolsonaro gives Brazilian business ‘guarded hope’

Financiers warm to presidential frontrunner and his plans to reverse statist policies

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About that Tesla third-quarter 'profitability'

About that Tesla third-quarter 'profitability'

Deliveries are in, and it doesn't look good.

Published 2 months ago

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

Many Pensions and Endowments Are Exposed to Hurricane Michael

Many Pensions and Endowments Are Exposed to Hurricane Michael

Pension funds, endowments, wealthy families and other large investors could be on the hook for a portion of damages caused by Hurricane Michael, particularly if the storm intensifies.

Published 2 months ago

A Frenzy of New Market Bets Is Fading

A Frenzy of New Market Bets Is Fading

One sign that investors’ doubts are growing despite a buoyant market for U.S. stocks: the slowdown of new money into the investment world’s most popular products.

Published 2 months ago

Sears Hires Advisers to Prepare Bankruptcy Filing

Sears Hires Advisers to Prepare Bankruptcy Filing

Sears Holdings has hired M-III Partners to draw up a bankruptcy filing that could come as soon as this week, as the cash-strapped company faces a debt payment deadline.

Published 2 months ago

SoftBank Explores Taking Majority Stake in WeWork

SoftBank Explores Taking Majority Stake in WeWork

SoftBank is in discussions to take a majority stake in WeWork, in what would be a giant bet on the provider of shared office space.

Published 2 months ago

For Next U.S. Census, Cameras in Space Replace Boots on the Ground

For Next U.S. Census, Cameras in Space Replace Boots on the Ground

Every decade, there is a census before the census, to help the U.S. figure out where to mail millions of forms. For the 2010 census, it took 150,000 temporary workers driving 137 million miles, but for 2020, the use of satellite imagery will cut that to just 60,000 workers.

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

A Frenzy of New Market Bets Is Fading

A Frenzy of New Market Bets Is Fading

One sign that investors’ doubts are growing despite a buoyant market for U.S. stocks: the slowdown of new money into the investment world’s most popular products.

Published 2 months ago

For Next U.S. Census, Cameras in Space Replace Boots on the Ground

For Next U.S. Census, Cameras in Space Replace Boots on the Ground

Every decade, there is a census before the census, to help the U.S. figure out where to mail millions of forms. For the 2010 census, it took 150,000 temporary workers driving 137 million miles, but for 2020, the use of satellite imagery will cut that to just 60,000 workers.

Published 2 months ago

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

Germany Finds Local Coal Filthy and Irresistible

Germany Finds Local Coal Filthy and Irresistible

Though Germany has championed the use of clean energy, a number of German coal mines are expanding—as the few remaining residents of one Saxon ghost town can attest.

Published 2 months ago

Activist Investor William Ackman Reveals  a Stake in Starbucks

Activist Investor William Ackman Reveals a Stake in Starbucks

William Ackman said his activist hedge fund Pershing Square Capital Management has built a 1.1% stake in coffee giant Starbucks and sees room for the coffee giant to grow despite recent struggles.

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