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MetLife hires investigators in search for missing pensioners

MetLife hires investigators in search for missing pensioners

US insurer sets aside $510m for missing payments for almost 13,500 people

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Congress probes Oval Office aide’s resignation

Congress probes Oval Office aide’s resignation

Rob Porter allowed to remain in White House for months despite abuse claims

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Deal to end Northern Ireland stalemate falls apart

Deal to end Northern Ireland stalemate falls apart

Democratic Unionists say ‘no current prospect’ of agreement

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Trump Says Senators Should Embrace His Immigration Plan, Reject Others

Trump Says Senators Should Embrace His Immigration Plan, Reject Others

President Donald Trump on Wednesday urged senators to vote against any immigration plan other than one he laid out in January, applying pressure to a bipartisan group seeking to find a middle ground that breaks an impasse that has bedeviled Congress for years.

Published 6 months ago

Worries over exotic exchange traded funds deepen

Worries over exotic exchange traded funds deepen

Market volatility adds to scrutiny over ETFs’ use of derivatives to juice up returns

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Brussels eyes corporate tax to fill €15bn Brexit hole in EU budget

Brussels eyes corporate tax to fill €15bn Brexit hole in EU budget

Juncker’s warning to member states sets scene for hard bargaining in negotiations

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VA Secretary Shulkin Misused Department Resources in Trip to Europe, Inspector General Finds

VA Secretary Shulkin Misused Department Resources in Trip to Europe, Inspector General Finds

Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin improperly accepted a gift of Wimbledon tennis tickets, misspent taxpayer money and misused department resources in an official trip to Europe last year, according to an inspector general’s report released Wednesday.

Published 6 months ago

Pensions and Endowments Gambled on Market Calm—Then Everything Changed

Pensions and Endowments Gambled on Market Calm—Then Everything Changed

Harvard, Hawaii and others, pressed to improve returns, made risky bets that depended on a historically lengthy period of low stock-market volatility. Now that’s coming to an end, and investors worry what will happen when the trades are unwound.

Published 6 months ago

Wells Fargo Customer-Repayment Efforts Questioned

Wells Fargo Customer-Repayment Efforts Questioned

Wells Fargo’s botched efforts to repay customers hurt by improper fees on car loans and home mortgages are coming under congressional scrutiny.

Published 6 months ago

Why You Should Cut Cable—and What You’ll Miss

Why You Should Cut Cable—and What You’ll Miss

YouTube TV’s new lineup makes it the best internet-TV competitor to cable and satellite—but can a $40 plan ever stack up to your cable bundle?

Published 6 months ago

North Korea Leaves the South to Pick Up Its Olympics Tab

North Korea Leaves the South to Pick Up Its Olympics Tab

South Korea on Wednesday approved a $2.7 million fund to cover North Korean hotel bills and other costs at the Olympics, extending the North’s reputation as a debtor that rarely pays.

Published 6 months ago

Mulvaney’s Real Target: Government, Not Deficits

Mulvaney’s Real Target: Government, Not Deficits

President Donald Trump’s budget director, Mick Mulvaney, says he is a deficit hawk, but he is about to preside over a historic rise in the budget deficit due in great part to a tax cut he and Mr. Trump enthusiastically supported.

Published 6 months ago

Iran holds 100 traders and freezes accounts in dollar crackdown

Iran holds 100 traders and freezes accounts in dollar crackdown

Operation to halt slide in rial viewed as signal of economic trouble

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Bristol-Myers signs record biotech partnership deal

Bristol-Myers signs record biotech partnership deal

Drugmaker to pay Nektar $1.85bn upfront in hope of boosting cancer immunotherapies

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Markets Be Damned, Fed Has Inflation to Worry About

Markets Be Damned, Fed Has Inflation to Worry About

With the economy throwing off more heat, the biggest risk for the Federal Reserve is that it falls behind on raising interest rates. And if investors suffer as a result? So be it.

Published 6 months ago