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Trump Administration Proposes Tightening Rules for Forgiving Student Loans

Trump Administration Proposes Tightening Rules for Forgiving Student Loans

The Trump administration is proposing to tighten the criteria that dictate when former college students who accuse their schools of fraudulent behavior can have loans forgiven.

Published 2 months ago

Trump attacks trade critics ahead of Juncker meeting

Trump attacks trade critics ahead of Juncker meeting

Head of European Commission tries to head off tariffs war in talks with president

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Trump’s Former Lawyer Michael Cohen Formed Delaware Company to Pay Playboy Model

Trump’s Former Lawyer Michael Cohen Formed Delaware Company to Pay Playboy Model

President Donald Trump’s former attorney planned to use a Delaware shell company he created in September 2016 to buy the rights to a former Playboy model’s story of having an affair with Mr. Trump.

Published 2 months ago

Steve Bannon’s influence endures in the Trump White House

Steve Bannon’s influence endures in the Trump White House

Do not mistake the administration’s organisational chaos for ideological incoherence

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Ahead of EU Meeting, Trump Rails at Domestic Critics

Ahead of EU Meeting, Trump Rails at Domestic Critics

President Trump slammed critics of his trade policies on Wednesday, warning they are undermining his negotiating position while American farmers are being “ripped off.”

Published 2 months ago

Ryanair cuts Dublin fleet by 20% after pilot strikes

Ryanair cuts Dublin fleet by 20% after pilot strikes

More than 100 pilots and 200 cabin crew could be affected by the move

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Iran’s Hassan Rouhani sacks central bank governor

Iran’s Hassan Rouhani sacks central bank governor

Move seen as a prelude to broader reshuffle in face of economic crisis and US sanctions

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Boeing Boosts Revenue Guidance, Maintains Delivery Outlook

Boeing Boosts Revenue Guidance, Maintains Delivery Outlook

Boeing boosted its revenue outlook for all of 2018 as the aerospace giant sees soaring global demand for airplanes despite growing trade friction.

Published 2 months ago

UPS Sees Growth Driven by Higher Pricing, Ecommerce Demand

UPS Sees Growth Driven by Higher Pricing, Ecommerce Demand

UPS reported higher revenues in its latest quarter on strong growth driven by higher base pricing and ecommerce demand in the U.S.

Published 2 months ago

Coca-Cola Gets Lift From Trademark Drinks

Coca-Cola Gets Lift From Trademark Drinks

Coca-Cola reported stronger-than-expected revenue in its latest quarter, boosted by rising volume from its trademark brands and sparkling soft drinks.

Published 2 months ago

Facebook Second-Quarter Earnings: What to Watch

Facebook Second-Quarter Earnings: What to Watch

Facebook is scheduled to announce second-quarter earnings after the market closes Wednesday. It has been a tumultuous quarter for the social-media giant. Here’s what you need to know.

Published 2 months ago

GM cuts earnings outlook on higher commodity costs

GM cuts earnings outlook on higher commodity costs

Move adds to investor fears about impact of tariffs war on US auto industry

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GM Posts Higher Profit, Lowers Outlook Amid Steel, Aluminum Costs

GM Posts Higher Profit, Lowers Outlook Amid Steel, Aluminum Costs

General Motors’s second-quarter net income rose amid strong results from its in-house finance arm and China, but the auto maker lowered its 2018 profit outlook based partly on unexpectedly high raw-materials costs in the wake of U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum.

Published 2 months ago

European Commission President Set to Face Trump and His Tweets

European Commission President Set to Face Trump and His Tweets

When European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker left for Washington to meet with President Trump, his mission was to try to dissuade the American president from escalating trade tensions between the U.S. and EU. Then Mr. Trump started tweeting.

Published 2 months ago

How Investors Make Money When Companies Take Longer to Pay Their Bills

How Investors Make Money When Companies Take Longer to Pay Their Bills

The world’s largest companies are squeezing their suppliers by taking months to pay their bills, and big investors are trying to profit from that tension.

Published 2 months ago