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Theresa May Beats Back Her Critics Over Brexit

Theresa May Beats Back Her Critics Over Brexit

British Prime Minister Theresa May rejected multiple criticisms of her Brexit plan from rebels in her Conservative Party as her officials worked to refine a new proposal aimed at breaking a deadlock in talks with the European Union.

Published 2 months ago

Employer-Provided Health Insurance Approaches $20,000 a Year

Employer-Provided Health Insurance Approaches $20,000 a Year

The average cost of health coverage offered by employers rose to nearly $20,000 for a family plan this year, according to a new survey, capping years of increases that experts said are tied to rising prices paid for health care.

Published 2 months ago

Honda to Invest in GM’s Self-Driving Car Unit GM Cruise

Honda to Invest in GM’s Self-Driving Car Unit GM Cruise

Honda is investing $2.75 billion in General Motors’s self-driving car unit, a move that comes as the transportation landscape is swiftly being reshaped by technology.

Published 2 months ago

China to Raise Billions in U.S. Dollar Debt as Trade Tensions Persist

China to Raise Billions in U.S. Dollar Debt as Trade Tensions Persist

China is planning to sell $3 billion in U.S. dollar bonds this month, wooing foreign investors at a time of heightened trade tensions with the U.S. and turbulence in its stock market.

Published 2 months ago

EBay Accuses Amazon of Illegally Poaching Sellers

EBay Accuses Amazon of Illegally Poaching Sellers

EBay is accusing Amazon.com’s sales reps of trying to poach sellers for its own marketplace through eBay’s messaging system.

Published 2 months ago

Theresa May Beats Back Her Critics Over Brexit

Theresa May Beats Back Her Critics Over Brexit

British Prime Minister Theresa May rejected multiple criticisms of her Brexit plan from rebels in her Conservative Party as her officials worked to refine a new proposal aimed at breaking a deadlock in talks with the European Union.

Published 2 months ago

Companies Lure New Workers With College Coaching, Student Debt Repayment

Companies Lure New Workers With College Coaching, Student Debt Repayment

As companies compete for workers in the tightest labor market in years, they’re rolling out new education benefits like college coaching and student loan repayments to recruit employees.

Published 2 months ago

U.N. Court Orders U.S. to Lift Iran Sanctions on Humanitarian Goods

U.N. Court Orders U.S. to Lift Iran Sanctions on Humanitarian Goods

A United Nations court Wednesday ordered the U.S. to suspend sanctions affecting trade in humanitarian goods and civil aviation with Iran, a decision Tehran claimed as victory in its battle with the Trump administration.

Published 2 months ago

New York Tax Department Reviewing Allegations of Trump Family Transactions

New York Tax Department Reviewing Allegations of Trump Family Transactions

The New York State Department of Taxation and Finance said Tuesday that it is reviewing allegations made in a New York Times report that President Trump’s father transferred money to him and his siblings through complex tax arrangements.

Published 2 months ago

Honda invests $2.75bn in GM Cruise self-driving unit

Honda invests $2.75bn in GM Cruise self-driving unit

Investment in Cruise comes months after SoftBank funding

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Mexico boosted by US-Canada agreement on revamped Nafta deal

Mexico boosted by US-Canada agreement on revamped Nafta deal

Business leaders hail new North American trade pact

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New Nafta Shows Limits of ‘America First’

New Nafta Shows Limits of ‘America First’

To free traders, the new Nafta is a bitter pill to swallow. But the verdict is different when judged by a different standard—how the world’s trading system survived the most protectionist U.S. administration in memory.

Published 2 months ago

Companies Lure New Workers With College Coaching, Student Debt Repayment

Companies Lure New Workers With College Coaching, Student Debt Repayment

As companies compete for workers in the tightest labor market in years, they’re rolling out new education benefits like college coaching and student loan repayments to recruit employees.

Published 2 months ago

Amazon’s Wage Boost Creates More Pain for Competition

Amazon’s Wage Boost Creates More Pain for Competition

Traditional retailers are paying up to get workers for a busy holiday season but Amazon is outspending them all.

Published 2 months ago

TD Ameritrade and High-Speed Traders Back New Crypto Exchange

TD Ameritrade and High-Speed Traders Back New Crypto Exchange

Many of the stock market’s biggest players have taken a hands-off approach to bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. That could start to change. The launch of ErisX comes as trueEX plans a bitcoin swap in the latest market embrace of digital currency.

Published 2 months ago