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Merrill Lynch wealth managers ditch Thomson Reuters for Factset

Merrill Lynch wealth managers ditch Thomson Reuters for Factset

Blow to Blackstone after it acquired data business

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Hard work may not pay after all

Hard work may not pay after all

New research suggests long hours and over-intensity damage careers

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Can Unions Win in Missouri?

Can Unions Win in Missouri?

Unions are outspending opponents in a bid to defeat a right-to-work law in Missouri ahead of a referendum that will serve as a barometer of popular support for organized labor.

Published 2 months ago

Pound hits 11-month low on Brexit no-deal fears

Pound hits 11-month low on Brexit no-deal fears

Sterling has reacted to comments from UK trade secretary that the UK could leave the EU without a deal

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PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi to Step Aside

PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi to Step Aside

PepsiCo’s longtime leader Indra Nooyi will step aside as chief executive, handing the future of the company to one of her lieutenants at a time when shifting consumer tastes are roiling the soda and snacks markets.

Published 2 months ago

Tech Firms, Embattled Over Privacy, Warm to Federal Regulation

Tech Firms, Embattled Over Privacy, Warm to Federal Regulation

U.S. tech companies are hoping to get ahead of the public and legal fallout by working with policy makers to help shape potential new federal privacy legislation.

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Iran and Its Oil Buyers Prepare for Return of U.S. Sanctions

Iran and Its Oil Buyers Prepare for Return of U.S. Sanctions

The Trump administration expects Iran’s oil buyers to begin winding down their purchases by Tuesday. But countries including China, India and France are considering creative measures to keep importing Iranian crude.

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Insurers Are Speeding Up Claims. Their Worry: More Mistakes

Insurers Are Speeding Up Claims. Their Worry: More Mistakes

Property insurers are relying on more drones, small aircraft and artificial intelligence to accelerate claims this hurricane season. There are signs this push for speed could pose new headaches for the industry.

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Indra Nooyi to step down as Pepsi chief after 12 years at helm

Indra Nooyi to step down as Pepsi chief after 12 years at helm

Ramon Laguarta to take top job in October

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Apple Removes Infowars From Podcast Directory

Apple Removes Infowars From Podcast Directory

Apple removed links from its podcast directory to content from controversial far-right site Infowars, thrusting the tech giant into the debate over how internet platforms should handle divisive or offensive content.

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Tech Firms, Embattled Over Privacy, Warm to Federal Regulation

Tech Firms, Embattled Over Privacy, Warm to Federal Regulation

U. S. tech companies are hoping to get ahead of the public and legal fallout by working with policy makers to help shape potential new federal privacy legislation.

Published 2 months ago

China’s Easier Policy Spurs Asian Bond Market

China’s Easier Policy Spurs Asian Bond Market

Beijing’s softening stance on deleveraging and defaults has helped fuel a mini-revival across Asia’s credit markets, pushing up bond prices in recent weeks and sparking debt issuance.

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U.S. Officials Push New Penalties for Hackers of Electrical Grid

U.S. Officials Push New Penalties for Hackers of Electrical Grid

Top administration officials are devising new penalties to hit back more forcefully at state-sponsored hackers of critical infrastructure to deter attacks such as the successful penetration of U.S. utilities by Russian agents last year.

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Trump Defends Son’s Meeting With Russian Lawyer

Trump Defends Son’s Meeting With Russian Lawyer

President Trump acknowledged that a meeting his son held with a Russian government lawyer in June 2016 was an attempt “to get information on” Democrat Hillary Clinton but defended the encounter as “totally legal.”

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Iranians Hoard Gold Ahead of U.S. Sanctions

Iranians Hoard Gold Ahead of U.S. Sanctions

Iranians are hoarding gold as a safeguard against a collapsing local currency and soaring cost of living as the U.S. is poised to impose economic sanctions on Iran, pushing the metal’s price to record highs in Tehran.

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