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Russia Moves to Scrap Accords to Send Gas to Ukraine

Russia Moves to Scrap Accords to Send Gas to Ukraine

Gazprom said it is tearing up its contracts to supply natural gas to Ukraine, sparking another stand-off between Moscow and Kiev and raising fears of new gas supply shortages across Europe.

Published 5 months ago

Nice Tattoo! I Didn’t Know You Worked at Walmart

Nice Tattoo! I Didn’t Know You Worked at Walmart

Employees ink company logos on arms, legs and backs in a show of corporate loyalty. “My son was like, ‘You’re an idiot,’” says one executive.

Published 5 months ago

Weekend long reads

Weekend long reads

Read about Igor Sechin, a pilot’s last 747 flight, John McDonnell, Chris Ruddy and how tech is changing the way we grieve, plus much more

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The speakers’ circuit is where original thinkers go to die

The speakers’ circuit is where original thinkers go to die

‘The best business nowadays is selling to the 1 per cent. A caste of pundits has accordingly arisen to supply them with thoughts’

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Secret Service Respond to Reports of Person Who Suffered Self-Inflicted Gunshot Outside White House

Secret Service Respond to Reports of Person Who Suffered Self-Inflicted Gunshot Outside White House

A person suffered a self-inflicted gunshot outside the White House on Saturday, according to the Secret Service. President Trump is in Florida until Saturday evening.

Published 5 months ago

Marriott Employee Roy Jones Hit ‘Like.’ Then China Got Mad

Marriott Employee Roy Jones Hit ‘Like.’ Then China Got Mad

After one ‘like’ of a tweet from a Tibetan separatist group while he was running Marriott International Inc.’s rewards-program Twitter account, Roy Jones found himself out of a job.

Published 5 months ago

Millions Still Without Power After East Coast Storm

Millions Still Without Power After East Coast Storm

At least 2 million power customers across the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast U.S. were still in the dark after a powerful, late winter storm toppled trees, pushed floodwaters into coastal communities and caused major travel headaches.

Published 5 months ago

Should we care about the Oscars any more?

Should we care about the Oscars any more?

In the #MeToo era, the 90th Academy Awards look likely to be an exercise in crisis containment — and Kate Muir has had enough of the whole charade

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Fight Over Sorghum Offers a Taste of a Trade Retaliation

Fight Over Sorghum Offers a Taste of a Trade Retaliation

The fallout for American farmers of Beijing’s probe into whether the U.S. “dumps” sorghum onto the Chinese market offers a taste of the trade tensions to come.

Published 5 months ago

Mercer says managers should pay to run clients’ money

Mercer says managers should pay to run clients’ money

Influential consultancy urges rebalance of investor-fee relationship to restore trust

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Parched South Africa City Struggles to Avoid ‘Day Zero’: Water Shutdown

Parched South Africa City Struggles to Avoid ‘Day Zero’: Water Shutdown

South Africa’s Cape Town orders strict water rationing as reservoirs reach perilously low levels, a harbinger of what scientists say may bedevil other cities as the global climate changes

Published 5 months ago

In Sports Cars and Roller Coasters, Europe Zooms Ahead

In Sports Cars and Roller Coasters, Europe Zooms Ahead

Almost two-thirds of the world’s 143 new big roller coasters last year came from Europe, where a handful companies mix highly-specialized engineering skills with a centuries-old tradition of innovation.

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The New Arms Race in AI

The New Arms Race in AI

China is making big investments in artificial intelligence, looking for military advantage—while the Pentagon is determined to maintain its edge.

Published 5 months ago

At Food Expo, Companies Jockey for the Next Big Thing

At Food Expo, Companies Jockey for the Next Big Thing

Thousands of food-company executives, retail giants and potential investors are gathering in California this week to answer an increasingly elusive question: What’s the next eating trend

Published 5 months ago

In a Pennsylvania Steel Town, Donald Trump’s Tariff Is a Winner

In a Pennsylvania Steel Town, Donald Trump’s Tariff Is a Winner

In the steel town of Braddock, Pa., workers and other residents see in President Trump’s proposed tariffs on steel and aluminum imports a chance for more jobs and bigger paychecks.

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