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Elon Musk Tweet Appears to Mock the Securities and Exchange Commission

Elon Musk Tweet Appears to Mock the Securities and Exchange Commission

Tweet referencing the ‘Shortseller Enrichment Commission’ comes days after the Tesla chief executive settled with the regulator over fraud charges.

Published 2 months ago

MiMedx Kept Cheaper Products Out of Its Offerings to VA Hospitals

MiMedx Kept Cheaper Products Out of Its Offerings to VA Hospitals

The embattled MiMedx Group limited the products it offered to Veterans Affairs and Defense Department hospitals, forcing the government to buy more expensive products than it needed.

Published 2 months ago

Beto O’Rourke Draws Big Crowds in Texas. But His Voters Tend Not to Vote

Beto O’Rourke Draws Big Crowds in Texas. But His Voters Tend Not to Vote

Beto O’Rourke’s Senate campaign against Ted Cruz casts the three-term congressman as the Democratic Party’s antidote to President Trump. Mr. O’Rourke’s popularity has grown in Texas, but he faces the challenge of turning out young and Hispanic voters, who tend not to vote.

Published 2 months ago

Banks Are Italy’s Weak Spot as Rome Picks Fight With EU

Banks Are Italy’s Weak Spot as Rome Picks Fight With EU

As Italy’s populist government approaches a showdown with the EU over its budget, financial-market tremors are hurting the country’s banking system and threatening the economic growth Rome wants to stimulate.

Published 2 months ago

Trump Aims to Model New Trade Deals on Revised Nafta

Trump Aims to Model New Trade Deals on Revised Nafta

The Trump administration aims to step up trade talks with other countries, using its new pact with Canada and Mexico as a template for redefining rules on everything from foreign exchange and labor markets to how U.S. partners do business with China.

Published 2 months ago

Nobel Peace Prize Awarded to Anti-Sexual Violence Campaigners

Nobel Peace Prize Awarded to Anti-Sexual Violence Campaigners

Denis Mukwege and Nadia Murad won the Nobel Peace Prize for their efforts to end the use of sexual violence in war and armed conflict.

Published 2 months ago

Food Banks Reap Unexpected Bounty From Trade Disputes

Food Banks Reap Unexpected Bounty From Trade Disputes

The government is set to deliver $1.2 billion in products that it bought from farmers as tariff relief. The food banks are grateful—but also concerned about the costs of handling the extra goods.

Published 2 months ago

A Retirement Wealth Gap Adds a New Indignity to Old Age

A Retirement Wealth Gap Adds a New Indignity to Old Age

Many middle-class Americans are financially unprepared for retirement—and that is leading to an array of social tensions with neighbors on more solid footing, especially in planned communities. At one over-55 village, the debate has centered around pickleball and its costs.

Published 2 months ago

Nobel Peace Prize awarded for efforts to halt sexual violence in war

Nobel Peace Prize awarded for efforts to halt sexual violence in war

Denis Mukwege and Nadia Murad win prestigious award

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Elon Musk Tweet Appears to Mock the Securities and Exchange Commission

Elon Musk Tweet Appears to Mock the Securities and Exchange Commission

Tweet referencing the ‘Shortseller Enrichment Commission’ comes days after the Tesla chief executive settled with the regulator over fraud charges.

Published 2 months ago

5 Things to Watch in the September Jobs Report

5 Things to Watch in the September Jobs Report

A look at key numbers and developing labor market trends ahead of the September jobs report.

Published 2 months ago

Unilever Drops Plan to Consolidate in Netherlands Amid Shareholder Revolt

Unilever Drops Plan to Consolidate in Netherlands Amid Shareholder Revolt

Consumer-goods giant Unilever abandoned its plan to consolidate its British and Dutch operating companies after facing mounting opposition from some of its largest investors.

Published 2 months ago

Unilever Drops Plan to Consolidate in Netherlands Amid Shareholder Revolt

Unilever Drops Plan to Consolidate in Netherlands Amid Shareholder Revolt

Consumer-goods giant Unilever abandoned its plan to consolidate its British and Dutch operating companies after facing mounting opposition from some of its largest investors.

Published 2 months ago

Unilever Drops Plan to Delist in London Amid Shareholder Revolt

Unilever Drops Plan to Delist in London Amid Shareholder Revolt

Unilever withdrew its proposal to end its dual structure, bowing to investor opposition over a controversial plan to that would have ended its status as a London blue chip.

Published 2 months ago

Samsung Electronics Expects Third-Quarter Operating Profit to Be Its Highest Ever

Samsung Electronics Expects Third-Quarter Operating Profit to Be Its Highest Ever

Samsung Electronics Co. expects third-quarter operating profit will be its highest ever, topping analyst estimates as demand for its electronic components remains high.

Published 2 months ago