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Cyberespionage Experts Want to Know Who’s Exposing China’s Hacking Army

Cyberespionage Experts Want to Know Who’s Exposing China’s Hacking Army

The world’s cybersleuths are investigating a new mystery: Who is behind an anonymous effort to expose China’s hacker army? A group called Intrusion Truth has published online messages and blog posts about hacking campaigns.

Published 2 months ago

North American Trade Pact Soothes Investors, Businesses

North American Trade Pact Soothes Investors, Businesses

Investors greeted the completion of a new North American trade agreement with relief, as the Trump administration turned its focus to getting the deal through a divided Congress.

Published 2 months ago

China’s Property-Market Woes Deepen With Rising Rents

China’s Property-Market Woes Deepen With Rising Rents

Apartment rental prices are soaring across China, posing a new challenge to Chinese authorities and compounding the threat of sky-high housing prices to the economy.

Published 2 months ago

Pepsi Returns to Growth in Selling Beverages in North America

Pepsi Returns to Growth in Selling Beverages in North America

Sales of beverages in PepsiCo’s home market returned to growth in the latest period, breaking a streak of four consecutive quarters of declines.

Published 2 months ago

Amazon to lift US minimum wage to $15 an hour

Amazon to lift US minimum wage to $15 an hour

Decision comes as strong economy and labour market pose challenge in hiring workers

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Amazon to Raise Its Minimum U.S. Wage to $15 an Hour

Amazon to Raise Its Minimum U.S. Wage to $15 an Hour

Amazon, which has faced criticism about pay and benefits for its warehouse workers, said it would raise the minimum wage it pays all U.S. workers to $15 an hour.

Published 2 months ago

‘Buried in Mud’: Death Hangs Over Palu After Quake, Tsunami

‘Buried in Mud’: Death Hangs Over Palu After Quake, Tsunami

The death toll from the earthquake and tsunami on Indonesia’s Sulawesi island has reached 1,234 as fears grow that many more are dead.

Published 2 months ago

North American Trade Pact Soothes Investors, Businesses

North American Trade Pact Soothes Investors, Businesses

Investors greeted the completion of a new North American trade agreement with relief, as the Trump administration turned its focus to getting the deal through a divided Congress.

Published 2 months ago

Companies Curb Their Political Spending

Companies Curb Their Political Spending

The biggest publicly traded companies are increasingly limiting their spending on elections and other political activity, a new report has found.

Published 2 months ago

Maine’s Mill Towns Search for New Life

Maine’s Mill Towns Search for New Life

Several Maine paper mills have closed in the past decade, upending small towns where the nation’s long-running economic recovery remains elusive. Some are seeking smaller economic wins, wary of being too reliant on single industries again.

Published 2 months ago

Longtime RenaissanceRe Shareholder to Urge a Sale

Longtime RenaissanceRe Shareholder to Urge a Sale

A longtime shareholder plans to publicly press RenaissanceRe Holdings Ltd., one of the last remaining stand-alone reinsurers, to sell itself amid a flurry of reinsurance deals.

Published 2 months ago

Fed Rethinks How to Define a Big Bank

Fed Rethinks How to Define a Big Bank

The Federal Reserve could broaden the number of banks receiving regulatory relief from Trump-appointed officials under an initiative that changes how it defines a big bank.

Published 2 months ago

GOP Leaders Pledge to Give FBI Latitude in Kavanaugh Probe

GOP Leaders Pledge to Give FBI Latitude in Kavanaugh Probe

President Trump said the FBI probe into allegations against Supreme Court nominee Judge Kavanaugh should be “comprehensive” and done quickly.

Published 2 months ago

North American Trade Pact Soothes Investors, Businesses

North American Trade Pact Soothes Investors, Businesses

Investors greeted the completion of a new North American trade agreement with relief, as the Trump administration turned its focus to getting the deal through a divided Congress.

Published 2 months ago

Tax Cuts Provide Limited Boost to Workers’ Wages

Tax Cuts Provide Limited Boost to Workers’ Wages

U.S. companies are putting savings from the corporate tax cut to use, but only a fraction is flowing to employees’ wallets, new data show.

Published 2 months ago