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Facebook Battles New Criticism After U.S. Indictment Against Russians

Facebook Battles New Criticism After U.S. Indictment Against Russians

Facebook is contending with a new wave of criticism prompted by the U.S. indictment detailing how Russia manipulated social-media platforms—and by a Facebook executive’s attempts to address the issue.

Published 5 months ago

Macron Law Jolts French Labor Market

Macron Law Jolts French Labor Market

Some of France’s largest employers are seizing on President Emmanuel Macron’s labor-system overhaul to undertake mass layoffs, heralding a sea change for a country that has long coddled its workforce.

Published 5 months ago

Trump backs better system of background checks after shooting

Trump backs better system of background checks after shooting

Legislation would improve database of Americans prohibited from owning guns

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Deutsche Bank cuts up to 500 investment banking and trading jobs

Deutsche Bank cuts up to 500 investment banking and trading jobs

Some lay-offs at German company will come before 2017 bonus payouts

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Spanish minister lands top ECB post after rival pulls out

Spanish minister lands top ECB post after rival pulls out

Luis de Guindos the only candidate for vice-president following Irish withdrawal

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Chicken shortage shuts majority of KFC branches in UK

Chicken shortage shuts majority of KFC branches in UK

Company blames ‘teething problems’ with new distribution contract with DHL

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Is Softbank’s maverick boss really another Warren Buffett?

Is Softbank’s maverick boss really another Warren Buffett?

Masayoshi Son’s move on reinsurer Swiss Re has echoes of Berkshire Hathaway

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Top Gymnasts Won’t Participate in Olympic Committee’s Sexual-Abuse Probe

Top Gymnasts Won’t Participate in Olympic Committee’s Sexual-Abuse Probe

Former Olympic gymnasts won’t participate in the U.S. Olympic Committee’s investigation into the sexual-abuse scandal surrounding former national team doctor Larry Nassar, saying they don’t trust the body to conduct a thorough and independent inquiry.

Published 5 months ago

U.S. Questions How Much It Can Trust Russia Over Ukraine

U.S. Questions How Much It Can Trust Russia Over Ukraine

U.S.-Russian negotiations over a peacekeeping force for eastern Ukraine are emerging as a test for Washington on the wisdom of trying to negotiate with Moscow.

Published 5 months ago

Inside an Immigration Roundup: Crying Children, Closed Doors, Coffee

Inside an Immigration Roundup: Crying Children, Closed Doors, Coffee

How the federal effort targeting illegal immigrants for deportation actually plays out when Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents go door-to-door early one Sunday morning.

Published 5 months ago

Brexit border in Ireland raises time and cost concerns

Brexit border in Ireland raises time and cost concerns

Smart frontier under scrutiny in talks to put legal wrapper around political fudge

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Deutsche Bank to lay off up to 500 at investment bank

Deutsche Bank to lay off up to 500 at investment bank

Deutsche Bank is laying off up to 500 employees at its investment bank ahead of its 2017 bonus round, a person familiar with the situation told the Financial Times.

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Bribery probe behind detention of Latvia’s central bank chief

Bribery probe behind detention of Latvia’s central bank chief

Move comes as ECB orders one of country’s biggest lenders to freeze payments over alleged sanctions-busting

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Oil Producers Buying Back Shares After Years of Selling New Stock

Oil Producers Buying Back Shares After Years of Selling New Stock

North American energy producers survived the recent oil bust in large part by selling more than $60 billion of new stock. Now they’re beginning to buy it back.

Published 5 months ago

New York Retailers Gear Up for Tough New Tobacco Rules

New York Retailers Gear Up for Tough New Tobacco Rules

Retailers across the New York City are beginning to grapple with the first of many new laws designed to make it more difficult for residents to buy cigarettes, in hopes of driving down smoking rates.

Published 5 months ago