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How to Tell if a Hurricane Is Headed Your Way

How to Tell if a Hurricane Is Headed Your Way

As Hurricane Florence threatens to strike the Carolinas and mid-Atlantic region later this week, and two other hurricanes brew in the Atlantic, residents in these vulnerable areas continue the familiar seasonal ritual of scrutinizing the National Hurricane Center’s forecast maps.

Published 3 months ago

Goldman Sachs’ Next CEO Names New Finance Chief, President

Goldman Sachs’ Next CEO Names New Finance Chief, President

David Solomon is assembling his inner circle as he prepares to take the helm at Goldman Sachs, replacing the bank’s chief financial officer and installing a longtime lieutenant as his top deputy.

Published 2 months ago

Elon Musk’s SpaceX Says It Signed Up Its First Round-the-Moon Tourist

Elon Musk’s SpaceX Says It Signed Up Its First Round-the-Moon Tourist

Elon Musk’s SpaceX announced that it had signed up the first private passenger seeking to fly around the moon. It didn’t provide a timetable or other details about the plan.

Published 2 months ago

The IRS Is Still Coming for You, Offshore Tax Cheats

The IRS Is Still Coming for You, Offshore Tax Cheats

The Internal Revenue Service will soon end its program allowing Americans with secret offshore accounts to confess them and avoid prison. But it has vowed to keep pursuing people hiding money offshore and offer them another route to compliance.

Published 2 months ago

Car Makers Have a Lot to Lose From China’s Slowdown

Car Makers Have a Lot to Lose From China’s Slowdown

But precisely how much? Investors need a better idea what’s at stake in the world’s largest auto market.

Published 2 months ago

You Can Time The Market, Just Not All The Time

You Can Time The Market, Just Not All The Time

Howard Marks has made a few market calls in his day, but warns that it’s harder than it looks.

Published 2 months ago

Apple Watch Series 4 First Look: A Medical Wearable in Pretty Disguise

Apple Watch Series 4 First Look: A Medical Wearable in Pretty Disguise

Apple’s smartwatch got its first major redesign—an improvement—but the real reason people will buy it will be its potentially lifesaving health-monitoring features.

Published 2 months ago

Russia raises interest rates for first time since 2014 currency crisis

Russia raises interest rates for first time since 2014 currency crisis

Emerging market turmoil and concern over US sanctions have put pressure on the rouble

Published 1 second ago

Labour to vote against Brexit deal, Emily Thornberry says

Labour to vote against Brexit deal, Emily Thornberry says

Shadow foreign secretary believes PM could be forced out before Christmas

Published 1 second ago

How the Waffle House does it

How the Waffle House does it

They manage natural disasters on a yearly cycle.

Published 2 months ago

Elon Musk’s SpaceX Says It Signed Up Its First Round-the-Moon Tourist

Elon Musk’s SpaceX Says It Signed Up Its First Round-the-Moon Tourist

Elon Musk’s SpaceX, demonstrating its founder and chief executive’s bent for showmanship, announced that it had signed up the first private passenger seeking to fly around the moon. But the company provided no timetable or other details about the plan.

Published 2 months ago

The IRS Is Still Coming for You, Offshore Tax Cheats

The IRS Is Still Coming for You, Offshore Tax Cheats

The Internal Revenue Service will soon end its program allowing Americans with secret offshore accounts to confess them and avoid prison. But it has vowed to keep pursuing people hiding money offshore and offer them another route to compliance.

Published 2 months ago

Amazon’s Jeff Bezos: Big Businesses Should Be Scrutinized, Not Vilified

Amazon’s Jeff Bezos: Big Businesses Should Be Scrutinized, Not Vilified

Facing political backlash over Amazon’s growing market dominance, Jeff Bezos said that while big companies deserve to be scrutinized, politicians shouldn’t “vilify” them.

Published 2 months ago

Despite Cleanup Vows, Smartphones and Electric Cars Still Keep Miners Digging by Hand in Congo

Despite Cleanup Vows, Smartphones and Electric Cars Still Keep Miners Digging by Hand in Congo

Modern batteries need cobalt. Apple, VW and others still include in their supply chains the owner of an African mine where workers produce the metal without shoes or safety equipment.

Published 2 months ago

Car Makers Have a Lot to Lose From China’s Slowdown

Car Makers Have a Lot to Lose From China’s Slowdown

But precisely how much? Investors need a better idea what’s at stake in the world’s largest auto market.

Published 2 months ago