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Rep. Mark Sanford Mulls Voting Against Extension of 2017 Tax Cuts He Supported

Rep. Mark Sanford Mulls Voting Against Extension of 2017 Tax Cuts He Supported

__THERE'S LITTLE DRAMA__ in this week’s House vote on extending major individual tax cuts enacted last year beyond their scheduled expiration date in 2025.

Published 2 months ago

Skripal suspect ‘identified’ as Russian agent

Skripal suspect ‘identified’ as Russian agent

One of two men named by UK intelligence alleged to be a colonel in the GRU

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Chinese rival to Starbucks pursues growth at expense of profit

Chinese rival to Starbucks pursues growth at expense of profit

Newly minted Luckin Coffee aims to take lead in store openings in the country

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Zuckerberg deputy takes swipe at WhatsApp co-founder

Zuckerberg deputy takes swipe at WhatsApp co-founder

Executive criticises Brian Acton for recalling clashes with Facebook’s founder

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The New Kind of Fury Unleashed by the Kavanaugh Fight

The New Kind of Fury Unleashed by the Kavanaugh Fight

The Kavanaugh fight takes every raw divide in American society today—partisan, ideological, gender, class, generational—and rolls them all into one, according to Gerald F. Seib’s Capital Journal.

Published 2 months ago

Trump Says He Doesn’t Want to Fire Rosenstein

Trump Says He Doesn’t Want to Fire Rosenstein

President Trump said he doesn’t want to fire Rod Rosenstein and may postpone a highly anticipated meeting with the deputy attorney general scheduled for Thursday.

Published 2 months ago

Calpers Chief Faces Short-Term and Long-Term Liabilities

Calpers Chief Faces Short-Term and Long-Term Liabilities

The CEO of America’s largest public pension fund is dealing with a chronic shortfall and questions about her management team and educational credentials.

Published 2 months ago

Foreign Real-Estate Buyers Get Told to Go Home

Foreign Real-Estate Buyers Get Told to Go Home

In a bid to make homes more affordable for the locals, some countries are imposing taxes and other barriers to stifle overseas purchases.

Published 2 months ago

Rep. Mark Sanford Mulls Voting Against Extension of 2017 Tax Cuts He Supported

Rep. Mark Sanford Mulls Voting Against Extension of 2017 Tax Cuts He Supported

__THERE'S LITTLE DRAMA__ in this week’s House vote on extending major individual tax cuts enacted last year beyond their scheduled expiration date in 2025.

Published 2 months ago

Investors must weigh how to play the Abe endgame

Investors must weigh how to play the Abe endgame

Japanese PM’s leadership triumph provides breathing space but risks persist

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EU makes contingency plans for no-deal Brexit

EU makes contingency plans for no-deal Brexit

Commission prepares process that will allow rule changes within five days

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Farmers Say Aid Won’t Cover Tariff Damage

Farmers Say Aid Won’t Cover Tariff Damage

The Trump administration has started compensating U.S. farmers for damage tariffs are doing to their business. Many farmers say the payments won’t make up for lost sales to China and other foreign markets they were counting on to buy their products.

Published 2 months ago

How China Systematically Pries Technology From U.S. Companies

How China Systematically Pries Technology From U.S. Companies

Beijing is increasingly leaning on an array of levers to extract intellectual property—sometimes coercively—say U.S. companies. China says it’s payment for market access. The phenomenon is central to the trade fight between the two countries.

Published 2 months ago

IMF increases Argentina bailout to $57bn

IMF increases Argentina bailout to $57bn

Revised agreement comes a day after the exit of central bank governor

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Fed Raises Interest Rates, Signals One More Increase This Year

Fed Raises Interest Rates, Signals One More Increase This Year

The Federal Reserve raised short-term interest rates by another quarter-percentage point—and officials signaled they want to continue lifting them through the next year to keep a strong economy on an even keel.

Published 2 months ago