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Israeli minister rebuked for disparaging remarks about US Jews

Israeli minister rebuked for disparaging remarks about US Jews

Netanyahu condemns Tzipi Hotovely’s claim they ‘never send their children to fight’

Published 6 months ago

Myanmar, Bangladesh Agree on Return of Rohingya Refugees

Myanmar, Bangladesh Agree on Return of Rohingya Refugees

Myanmar and Bangladesh agreed to begin repatriating hundreds of thousands of ethnic Rohingya Muslims who fled a crackdown in Buddhist-majority Myanmar, in a process that could take years to complete and bar people from returning to their own homes.

Published 6 months ago

Explosion Heard Near Site of Missing Argentine Submarine

Explosion Heard Near Site of Missing Argentine Submarine

An abnormal sound consistent with an explosion was detected last Wednesday night in the Atlantic coast area where Argentine Navy officials say a submarine went missing a week ago.

Published 6 months ago

Trump and the ‘information cascade’ created a cultural reckoning

Trump and the ‘information cascade’ created a cultural reckoning

Some fear that the harassment backlash is turning into a witch hunt

Published 6 months ago

On Football’s Rivalry Weekend, Only One Rivalry Really Matters

On Football’s Rivalry Weekend, Only One Rivalry Really Matters

Thanksgiving weekend is built around college teams squaring off against their bitter enemies. But Alabama versus Auburn has become the sport’s biggest annual game

Published 6 months ago

Business data reinforce eurozone’s economic strength

Business data reinforce eurozone’s economic strength

Companies across single currency area report best monthly performance since 2011

Published 6 months ago

HSBC’s co-head of global banking to depart after only 18 months

HSBC’s co-head of global banking to depart after only 18 months

Matthew Westerman had been brought in to shake up the investment banking business

Published 6 months ago

Angry Birds maker Rovio’s shares plunge on third-quarter loss

Angry Birds maker Rovio’s shares plunge on third-quarter loss

Finnish company’s stock drops as much as 20% as it misses revenue growth forecasts

Published 6 months ago

Harassment Complaints Mount, But Successful Suits Remain Elusive

Harassment Complaints Mount, But Successful Suits Remain Elusive

The surge in employees speaking out against sexual harassers has led to a flood of phone calls to law firms, but limitations in laws meant to protect employees from harassment mean many of the accusers are unlikely to move forward with lawsuits.

Published 6 months ago

Have Trillions of Fed Dollars Broken A Bond Market Warning Sign?

Have Trillions of Fed Dollars Broken A Bond Market Warning Sign?

The yield gap between short and long-term Treasurys has shrunk to its narrowest level since 2007, the year the financial crisis gathered steam. But few investors and economists are worried that a repeat of the 2008 meltdown is in store.

Published 6 months ago

Saying Bye to Buybacks

Saying Bye to Buybacks

Corporations have dialed back share repurchases to the lowest level in years, a pivot analysts say shows a greater willingness to reinvest and seek out transformative mergers and acquisitions.

Published 6 months ago

Amazon With Pumpkin Pie? Holiday Shopping Starts on Your Phone After Dinner

Amazon With Pumpkin Pie? Holiday Shopping Starts on Your Phone After Dinner

Mobile phones have accelerated a fundamental change in holiday shopping: online buying on Thanksgiving.

Published 6 months ago

Why Steyer’s Campaign to Impeach Trump Unsettles Some Democrats

Why Steyer’s Campaign to Impeach Trump Unsettles Some Democrats

California billionaire Tom Steyer is funding a $20 million ad campaign calling for the impeachment of President Trump. The move is causing anxiety among lawmakers—within the Democratic Party.

Published 6 months ago

Robert Mugabe Still Holds Sway in His Hometown

Robert Mugabe Still Holds Sway in His Hometown

Far from the streets of Harare, where thousands loudly welcomed their incoming president, ousted leader Robert Mugabe’s home village clung to its silence.

Published 6 months ago