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The EU Spent a Bundle to Unify the Continent. It’s Not Working.

The EU Spent a Bundle to Unify the Continent. It’s Not Working.

European leaders dedicated nearly one trillion dollars—equivalent to eight times the Marshall Plan—to fixing up impoverished regions. Yet some of the biggest recipients are hotbeds of the very discontent that’s driving the bloc apart.

Published 2 months ago

A Year After Charlottesville, the Alt-Right Movement Frays

A Year After Charlottesville, the Alt-Right Movement Frays

The violent Charlottesville, Va., rally last August energized the alt-right, and many in its ranks predicted their momentum would continue. But a year later, a “white civil rights rally” planned for Sunday in Washington is expected to draw a smaller crowd.

Published 2 months ago

The Year of the Golf Free Agent Is Here

The Year of the Golf Free Agent Is Here

Some of golf’s most recent major champions have chosen competitive freedom over guaranteed money, opting to play whichever combination of clubs they prefer, rather than using only equipment from a single company that pays them.

Published 2 months ago

New US sanctions fears push Russian rouble towards 2-year low

New US sanctions fears push Russian rouble towards 2-year low

Stocks and bonds also fall as Senate bill wins bipartisan backing

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Pimco’s CIO strikes cautious tone on US corporate debt

Pimco’s CIO strikes cautious tone on US corporate debt

Ivascyn says underwriting standards have deteriorated ‘moderately’ and issuance is ‘high’

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Republican congressman charged with securities fraud

Republican congressman charged with securities fraud

Christopher Collins, a Republican congressman representing western New York and an early backer of Donald Trump’s presidential bid, has been charged with securities fraud in connection with alleged insider trading involving Innate Immunotherapeutics, an Australian biotech company on whose board he sat and in which he is a major shareholder.

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New York Congressman Chris Collins Arrested on Insider-Trading Charges

New York Congressman Chris Collins Arrested on Insider-Trading Charges

The New York Republican and early supporter of the Trump campaign was arrested and charged by federal prosecutors with securities fraud and wire fraud.

Published 2 months ago

China Retaliates With New Tariffs, Hunkering Down for a Long Trade Fight

China Retaliates With New Tariffs, Hunkering Down for a Long Trade Fight

China is shoring up its economy as it prepares for a long trade conflict with the U.S., with government data showing a surge in imports of resources including coal, crude oil and iron ore.

Published 2 months ago

Tesla’s Board Has Met Several Times to Discuss Going-Private Proposal

Tesla’s Board Has Met Several Times to Discuss Going-Private Proposal

Several members of Tesla’s board said it has met several times over the past week to discuss Chief Executive Elon Musk’s proposal to take the electric-car maker private in what would be the biggest buyout in history.

Published 2 months ago

For Startup Founders Who Are Also Moms, It’s a Balancing Act

For Startup Founders Who Are Also Moms, It’s a Balancing Act

Launching a new business can be all-consuming for any entrepreneur, but the challenges are often magnified for women starting a company and a family around the same time.

Published 2 months ago

Isolationism is the wrong charge to level at Donald Trump

Isolationism is the wrong charge to level at Donald Trump

The president still participates in the world — just not in the way his critics want

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China Hunkers Down for a Long Trade Fight

China Hunkers Down for a Long Trade Fight

China is shoring up its economy as it prepares for a long trade conflict with the U.S., with government data released Wednesday showing a surge in imports of resources including coal, crude oil and iron ore.

Published 2 months ago

Experts Cast Doubt on Musk’s Envisioned Buyout of Tesla

Experts Cast Doubt on Musk’s Envisioned Buyout of Tesla

A number of bankers and private-equity investors privately cast doubt on Elon Musk’s ability to pull off a buyout of Tesla after he raised the possibility in a series of tweets Tuesday.

Published 2 months ago

Pilot Shortage Spurs Hiring Spree

Pilot Shortage Spurs Hiring Spree

Airlines are boosting salaries and setting up training centers to combat what is projected to be one of the biggest-ever pilot shortfalls.

Published 2 months ago

Goldman Sachs in Talks to Buy a Tanker of Liquid Natural Gas

Goldman Sachs in Talks to Buy a Tanker of Liquid Natural Gas

Goldman may buy a cargo of liquefied natural gas, a first for the Wall Street firm and a sign that its appetite for risk, though diminished since the crisis, hasn’t disappeared.

Published 2 months ago