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South Africa’s Zuma Digs In Heels After Ruling Party Orders Him to Resign

South Africa’s Zuma Digs In Heels After Ruling Party Orders Him to Resign

South African President Jacob Zuma dismissed an order from his own party to resign immediately, potentially forcing the ruling African National Congress into a damaging vote to oust him in parliament.

Published 6 months ago

Here’s a Tax Cut for London Bankers: Go to Europe

Here’s a Tax Cut for London Bankers: Go to Europe

Some of Europe’s most legendary tax-heavy countries—among them France and Italy—are cutting special deals to woo rich expats with the promise of smaller personal tax bills.

Published 6 months ago

A bit of fear is good for markets

A bit of fear is good for markets

The jump in volatility may be disturbing but it should help puncture some of the previous complacency

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Mexico’s Surprising Mall Boom Is Luring U.S. Developers

Mexico’s Surprising Mall Boom Is Luring U.S. Developers

While U.S. malls are dying a slow, painful death, malls in Mexico are thriving. The reason: a simple case of supply and demand.

Published 6 months ago

Chloe Kim Beats, Eats and Tweets (Not In That Order)

Chloe Kim Beats, Eats and Tweets (Not In That Order)

Chloe Kim has become known as much for her appetite as her otherworldly talent, thanks to a social-media savvy that is uncommon among Olympic athletes.

Published 6 months ago

On Immigration, California Businesses Are Pinched Between White House, Statehouse

On Immigration, California Businesses Are Pinched Between White House, Statehouse

California businesses are caught between state policies to shield illegal immigrants from deportation and federal moves to step up enforcement. And a new state law isn’t necessarily helping.

Published 6 months ago

Venezuela’s Misery Fuels Migration on Epic Scale

Venezuela’s Misery Fuels Migration on Epic Scale

Hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans are fleeing their country’s misery and pouring across borders into nearby countries, particularly Colombia, creating a sharpening challenge for the region.

Published 6 months ago

Wall Street trading desks get fillip from return of volatility

Wall Street trading desks get fillip from return of volatility

A frantic February reverses the declines in activity that sapped profits last year

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California's renewable energy revolution

California's renewable energy revolution

From solar power to agritech, the state is fighting climate change — and Donald Trump

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Former Federal Prosecutors Take Complaints About Trump to the Campaign Trail

Former Federal Prosecutors Take Complaints About Trump to the Campaign Trail

A number of Democrats running for Congress are ex-employees who left Justice Department amid concerns about morale and attacks on the department’s credibility.

Published 6 months ago

Amazon’s Latest Ambition? To Be a Major Hospital Supplier

Amazon’s Latest Ambition? To Be a Major Hospital Supplier

Amazon is pushing to turn its nascent medical-supplies business into a major supplier to U.S. hospitals and outpatient clinics that could compete with incumbent distributors of items from gauze to hip implants.

Published 6 months ago

Trump Pick for Indian Health Services Cites Business Savvy, but Financial History Show Struggles

Trump Pick for Indian Health Services Cites Business Savvy, but Financial History Show Struggles

President Trump’s nominee to lead the troubled Indian Health Service, Robert Weaver has cited his private-sector business acumen as a qualification for the job, but a Journal review of his business and financial history shows he has had some difficulties in those areas.

Published 6 months ago

Global Shares Remain on Edge

Global Shares Remain on Edge

Global stocks mostly ticked lower Tuesday as investors remained on edge following last week’s sharp selloff.

Published 6 months ago

U.S. Crude Output Expected to Outpace Demand, IEA Says

U.S. Crude Output Expected to Outpace Demand, IEA Says

Unyielding U.S. shale production is expected to overwhelm global oil demand and weigh on prices this year, the International Energy Agency warned.

Published 6 months ago

Steve Cohen’s Point72 sued over treatment of women

Steve Cohen’s Point72 sued over treatment of women

Associate director alleges ‘sexist and misogynist treatment’ and pay discrimination

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