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U.S. Cranberry Industry Feels the Bite of Retaliatory Tariffs

U.S. Cranberry Industry Feels the Bite of Retaliatory Tariffs

As trade tensions mount, countries that really want to needle the U.S. are springing retaliatory tariffs on the cranberry, a quintessentially American export.

Published 2 months ago

House Republicans Strike Out to Outsiders in Statewide Races

House Republicans Strike Out to Outsiders in Statewide Races

When Tennessee Rep. Diane Black placed third in her state’s GOP race for governor last week, she became the fifth House Republican defeated in a statewide primary this year.

Published 2 months ago

Microsoft Surface Go Review: Small Computer, Big Compromise

Microsoft Surface Go Review: Small Computer, Big Compromise

Microsoft’s cheapest Surface yet tries to be both laptop and tablet, but doesn’t quite nail either one, writes David Pierce.

Published 2 months ago

SEC Whistleblower Payouts Slow Amid Deluge of Reward Seekers

SEC Whistleblower Payouts Slow Amid Deluge of Reward Seekers

Wall Street’s top regulator now takes more than two years to hand rewards to tipsters who report wrongdoing, a process that lasts longer than the average time it takes to investigate and close an enforcement case.

Published 2 months ago

U.S. Cranberry Industry Feels the Bite of Retaliatory Tariffs

U.S. Cranberry Industry Feels the Bite of Retaliatory Tariffs

As trade tensions mount, countries that really want to needle the U.S. are springing retaliatory tariffs on the cranberry, a quintessentially American export.

Published 2 months ago

Samsung Tries to Navigate Through U.S.-China Trade Crossfire

Samsung Tries to Navigate Through U.S.-China Trade Crossfire

The U.S.-China trade fight has put South Korea’s Samsung Electronics in an uncomfortable spot. Its challenge: to manage its ties to both countries without getting caught in the crossfire, even as U.S. tariffs threaten its sales of home appliances and device components.

Published 2 months ago

Cryptocurrency Schemes Generate Big Coin

Cryptocurrency Schemes Generate Big Coin

‘Pump groups’ fuel millions in trading activity, with price rises followed by quick falls

Published 2 months ago

China Bears Score $7.1 Billion Victory in Long-Running ‘Pain Trade’

China Bears Score $7.1 Billion Victory in Long-Running ‘Pain Trade’

Investors are piling into bets against China’s stocks and currency, reviving what has been one of Wall Street’s most popular—and painful—trades in recent years.

Published 2 months ago

Hiding Russian Money Was Easy. Quitting Was Harder.

Hiding Russian Money Was Easy. Quitting Was Harder.

Benedict Worsley, a self-created British “fixer,” would do just about anything for his high-flying Russian clients—until the international financial network he built came crashing down.

Published 2 months ago

After Harvey, Houston Hopes to Boost Flood Defenses With $2.5 Billion Bond

After Harvey, Houston Hopes to Boost Flood Defenses With $2.5 Billion Bond

A year to the day since Hurricane Harvey slammed into Texas, Houston area residents are set to vote on whether to overhaul the region’s beleaguered flood-protection system, an election that local officials have cast as critical to the area’s future.

Published 2 months ago

U.S. Cranberry Industry Feels the Bite of Retaliatory Tariffs

U.S. Cranberry Industry Feels the Bite of Retaliatory Tariffs

As trade tensions mount, countries that really want to needle the U.S. are springing retaliatory tariffs on the cranberry, a quintessentially American export.

Published 2 months ago

Samsung Tries to Navigate Through U.S.-China Trade Crossfire

Samsung Tries to Navigate Through U.S.-China Trade Crossfire

The U.S.-China trade fight has put South Korean electronics giant Samsung Electronics in an uncomfortable spot. Samsung’s challenge is to manage its ties to the two countries without getting caught in the crossfire, even as American tariffs threaten its sales of home appliances and device components.

Published 2 months ago

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Profit Surges

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Profit Surges

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway said second-quarter net earnings surged, boosted by insurance underwriting and a change to accounting rules.

Published 2 months ago

Venezuela Says Drone Attack Targeted President Maduro

Venezuela Says Drone Attack Targeted President Maduro

Explosives carried by drones were detonated near Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and his entourage at a military ceremony Saturday in what he called an assassination attempt by right-wing foes.

Published 2 months ago

After Harvey, Houston Hopes to Boost Flood Defenses With $2.5 Billion Bond

After Harvey, Houston Hopes to Boost Flood Defenses With $2.5 Billion Bond

A year to the day since Hurricane Harvey slammed into Texas, Houston area residents are set to vote on whether to overhaul the region’s beleaguered flood-protection system, an election that local officials have cast as critical to the area’s future.

Published 2 months ago