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July Hiring Slowdown Masks Labor Market Strength

July Hiring Slowdown Masks Labor Market Strength

U.S. hiring slowed but remained solid in July and the unemployment rate fell, showing the labor market remains firmly in expansion mode.

Published 2 months ago

Judge Orders Trump Administration to Find Hundreds of Deported Parents

Judge Orders Trump Administration to Find Hundreds of Deported Parents

A federal judge said the Trump administration is responsible for finding hundreds of immigrant parents deported or released into the U.S. without their children in the wake of the government’s policy of separating families at the Mexican border.

Published 2 months ago

In Canada’s Grocery Carts, a Boycott U.S.A. Movement Starts Rolling ​

In Canada’s Grocery Carts, a Boycott U.S.A. Movement Starts Rolling ​

Ticked-off Canadians, irked by U.S. metals tariffs and President Trump’s harsh words for their prime minister, are boycotting American products and buying Canadian goods.

Published 2 months ago

China Threatens to Impose Tariffs on $60 Billion of U.S. Products

China Threatens to Impose Tariffs on $60 Billion of U.S. Products

China said it would slap levies on $60 billion of U.S. goods if Washington moves ahead with tariff threats against Beijing. Its central bank also moved to stabilize the yuan.

Published 2 months ago

Trump Replies to ‘Nice’ Letter From North Korea’s Kim

Trump Replies to ‘Nice’ Letter From North Korea’s Kim

The U.S. State Department said it delivered a letter from President Trump to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during a regional summit.

Published 2 months ago

AT&T Overpaid Some Pensioners. Now It Wants the Money Back.

AT&T Overpaid Some Pensioners. Now It Wants the Money Back.

Companies have long sought to recoup erroneous pension payments to retirees. The telecom giant goes a step further and has enlisted a collections agency to demand repayment from some former employees.

Published 2 months ago

Should Artificial Intelligence Copy the Human Brain?

Should Artificial Intelligence Copy the Human Brain?

The biggest breakthrough in AI, deep learning, has hit a wall, and a debate is raging about how to get to the next level.

Published 2 months ago

Vienna becomes magnet for low-cost airlines

Vienna becomes magnet for low-cost airlines

Air Berlin’s demise sparks flight of European carriers to Austrian capital

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Columbia Threadneedle to pressure US groups over boardroom diversity

Columbia Threadneedle to pressure US groups over boardroom diversity

Asset manager to target directors in businesses where women are under-represented

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Trump Replies to ‘Nice’ Letter From North Korea’s Kim

Trump Replies to ‘Nice’ Letter From North Korea’s Kim

The U.S. State Department said it delivered a letter from President Trump to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during a regional summit.

Published 2 months ago

Should Artificial Intelligence Copy the Human Brain?

Should Artificial Intelligence Copy the Human Brain?

The biggest breakthrough in AI, deep learning, has hit a wall, and a debate is raging about how to get to the next level.

Published 2 months ago

AT&T Overpaid Some Pensioners. Now It Wants the Money Back.

AT&T Overpaid Some Pensioners. Now It Wants the Money Back.

Companies have long sought to recoup erroneous pension payments to retirees. The telecom giant goes a step further and has enlisted a collections agency to demand repayment from some former employees.

Published 2 months ago

‘Hello. I’m Your Killer’: Behind a Faked Assassination in Ukraine

‘Hello. I’m Your Killer’: Behind a Faked Assassination in Ukraine

“Hello. I’m your killer,” Oleksiy Tsymbalyuk said when he first met Arkady Babchenko. The next time the two men saw each other, Mr. Babchenko was lying in a pool of pig’s blood inside his Kiev apartment, which had been prepared to look like the setting for an assassin’s hit.

Published 2 months ago

China’s Cleanup Efforts Create Boom for South African Miner

China’s Cleanup Efforts Create Boom for South African Miner

China’s efforts to curb the smog in its cities and clean up its steel industry are remaking the global iron-ore market—to the benefit of miners such as Anglo American subsidiary Kumba, which produces high-grade ore.

Published 2 months ago

North Korea accuses US of backtracking on Trump-Kim summit

North Korea accuses US of backtracking on Trump-Kim summit

Leaked UN document adds to evidence Pyongyang has not been sincere in pledges to disarm

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