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Is Tesla or Exxon More Sustainable? It Depends Whom You Ask

Is Tesla or Exxon More Sustainable? It Depends Whom You Ask

As investors back more companies based on social factors, more questions are coming up about how they are graded.

Published 2 months ago

U.S. Says Russia is Hiding North Korea Sanctions Violations

U.S. Says Russia is Hiding North Korea Sanctions Violations

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley accused Russia of trying to weaken international action against North Korea by blocking a report that concludes Russia and China have helped Pyongyang try to evade sanctions.

Published 2 months ago

When You Fear Your Company Has Forgotten Its Principles

When You Fear Your Company Has Forgotten Its Principles

It could feel like you’re risking your job when you speak up, but there are ways to express dissent so that someone hears your concerns.

Published 2 months ago

Storm Florence aftermath puts Trump on defensive

Storm Florence aftermath puts Trump on defensive

Plight of victims becomes politically charged as death toll rises and floods worsen

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Nasdaq slides as technology stocks take a hit

Nasdaq slides as technology stocks take a hit

Amazon, Apple and Netflix lead sell-off, continuing index’s decline from August highs

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New allegations about Brett Kavanaugh will poison Washington

New allegations about Brett Kavanaugh will poison Washington

The judge’s Supreme Court nomination has crystallised partisan divisions

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A Twist in the U.S. Tariff Battle: ‘It’s Helping China Be More Competitive’

A Twist in the U.S. Tariff Battle: ‘It’s Helping China Be More Competitive’

China for years has been pushing its economy away from inexpensive exports toward advanced factories and products. That process is now accelerating in the Pearl River Delta, the country’s manufacturing center, as companies respond to the economic blow of U.S. tariffs.

Published 2 months ago

For Apple, U.S.-China Trade Fight Grows Riskier

For Apple, U.S.-China Trade Fight Grows Riskier

The U.S.-China trade fight is becoming more perilous for Apple as the Trump administration’s tariffs threaten some of its gadget sales and as China weighs retaliatory measures.

Published 2 months ago

Goldman’s J. Aron Era Ends With David Solomon’s Rise

Goldman’s J. Aron Era Ends With David Solomon’s Rise

The alumni from commodities brokerage J. Aron & Co. that followed Lloyd Blankfein up the ranks have mostly left Goldman over the past two years.

Published 2 months ago

Florence: Live Updates on the Storm

Florence: Live Updates on the Storm

Florence: Live Updates on the Storm

Published 2 months ago

Puerto Rico to Hurricane-Hit Homeowners: Move If You Want Aid

Puerto Rico to Hurricane-Hit Homeowners: Move If You Want Aid

The Puerto Rican government is taking a hard line on rebuilding properties decimated by last year’s Hurricane Maria, offering homeowners federal financial assistance only if they move out of flood-prone areas.

Published 2 months ago

Out of Stock This Holiday Season: Store Workers

Out of Stock This Holiday Season: Store Workers

Retail job openings are outpacing hiring, and retailers are responding by starting the push for holiday workers earlier than ever, raising wages and offering extra perks such as paid time off.

Published 2 months ago

Japan Challenges China With Submarine Exercise

Japan Challenges China With Submarine Exercise

Japan sent a submarine to join three destroyers in an exercise in anti-submarine warfare in the South China Sea, strengthening the resistance by U.S. allies to China’s military expansion.

Published 2 months ago

CEO of Tyson Foods to Step Down for Personal Reasons

CEO of Tyson Foods to Step Down for Personal Reasons

Tyson Foods said CEO Tom Hayes, in the midst of overhauling the top U.S. meat company’s strategy, will leave that role at the end of this month and Noel White will become his successor.

Published 2 months ago

‘A Nest of Spies’: Niger’s Deserts Become Front-Line of Fight Against Jihadism

‘A Nest of Spies’: Niger’s Deserts Become Front-Line of Fight Against Jihadism

Advocates say the strategy is fortifying Niger against security threats, but opponents say it makes the country a target.

Published 2 months ago