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Goodell Plans Seven-Figure Penalty for Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones

Goodell Plans Seven-Figure Penalty for Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones

National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell is preparing to hit Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones with a seven-figure bill to cover the costs of the league’s recent battles with him, according to two people familiar with the matter.

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Education Department to Investigate Michigan State University Over Nassar Sexual Assaults

Education Department to Investigate Michigan State University Over Nassar Sexual Assaults

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on Monday announced a broad investigation into Michigan State University’s handling of reports of sexual violence by Larry Nassar, the former USA Gymnastics doctor and an athletic trainer at the school.

Published 5 months ago

Blessed by Xi Jinping: The New Captain of China’s Economy

Blessed by Xi Jinping: The New Captain of China’s Economy

In his first term, President Xi Jinping took control of China’s economy. In the second, he is putting Liu He in charge, a trusted ally he has known since middle school.

Published 5 months ago

Catholic Church Considers Married Priests to Ease Amazon Clergy Shortage

Catholic Church Considers Married Priests to Ease Amazon Clergy Shortage

Catholic leaders in the vast Amazon basin are considering whether the church should let married men become priests in certain cases. The issue is likely to be discussed at a gathering of bishops Pope Francis has called for next year about the church in the Amazon.

Published 5 months ago

How Harvey and Bob Weinstein Built a Film Empire

How Harvey and Bob Weinstein Built a Film Empire

Harvey and Bob Weinstein, who built both Miramax and The Weinstein Company, helped spark the independent film movement of the 1990s. This video traces their rise to prominence in the industry.

Published 5 months ago

Trump sees role for mental institutions in stopping mass shootings

Trump sees role for mental institutions in stopping mass shootings

President floats idea for dealing with those seen as potential danger

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Ramaphosa purges Zuma allies in S Africa cabinet reshuffle

Ramaphosa purges Zuma allies in S Africa cabinet reshuffle

Nhlanhla Nene and Pravin Gordhan return to government

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Fed governor raises prospect of faster US growth

Fed governor raises prospect of faster US growth

Quarles’s comments come as debate intensifies over where the neutral interest rate stands

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McKinsey makes virtue of tradition with Sneader promotion

McKinsey makes virtue of tradition with Sneader promotion

Election of Brit as leader marks return to roots for consultancy

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Railroads Embark on Apology Tour to Make Amends for Hunter Harrison’s Ways

Railroads Embark on Apology Tour to Make Amends for Hunter Harrison’s Ways

Canadian Pacific Railway and CSX are reaching out to customers upset by the late Hunter Harrison, a hard-nosed turnaround expert who led both companies during a five-decade career.

Published 5 months ago

Hunger Woes Escalate in War-Torn South Sudan

Hunger Woes Escalate in War-Torn South Sudan

At least two-thirds of the population of oil-rich South Sudan are at risk of extreme hunger as the country tries to contain a devastating four-year conflict, aid agencies and the government said.

Published 5 months ago

Trump Sees Role for Mental Institutions in Stopping Mass Shootings

Trump Sees Role for Mental Institutions in Stopping Mass Shootings

President Donald Trump said he supported giving law-enforcement officials “immediate access” to take weapons from the mentally ill and called for a national conversation on mental institutions.

Published 5 months ago

U.S. Stocks Start Week Strongly

U.S. Stocks Start Week Strongly

U.S. stocks extended their recovery Monday, lifted by a rally in shares of technology companies.

Published 5 months ago

Appeals Court Backs Gay Employees’ Right to Sue

Appeals Court Backs Gay Employees’ Right to Sue

A federal appeals court ruled that gay employees are allowed to sue their employers under federal civil-rights law for discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, an issue that has split courts across the country.

Published 5 months ago

Qualcomm open to Broadcom bid but seeks $160bn price tag

Qualcomm open to Broadcom bid but seeks $160bn price tag

Change in chipmaker’s stance marks major shift in negotiations over biggest tech deal

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