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Dreams Turn Sour as Turkey’s Building Boom Sags

Dreams Turn Sour as Turkey’s Building Boom Sags

A Turkish building boom is unraveling, with projects frozen and would-be residents left homeless, another blow for the country’s troubled economy.

Published 3 months ago

China to Join Russian Drills in Sign of Growing Military Ties

China to Join Russian Drills in Sign of Growing Military Ties

Chinese and Russian troops begin joint military maneuvers Tuesday, marking the first time Moscow has invited a country outside a tight circle of former Soviet allies to annual exercises and offering Chinese generals rare and valuable experience training outside their country’s borders.

Published 3 months ago

Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin vow to fight protectionism

Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin vow to fight protectionism

Russian and Chinese leaders make thinly veiled criticism of Trump at summit

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CBS’s Handling of Les Moonves Accusations Hampered by Battle for Control

CBS’s Handling of Les Moonves Accusations Hampered by Battle for Control

CBS board members were aware for months that the company’s chief was facing a claim of sexual assault and rumors of more but didn’t act until allegations became public. Directors had been feuding over an unrelated plan by Shari Redstone to merge the broadcaster with Viacom.

Published 3 months ago

See Food: Why Robots Are Producing More of What You Eat

See Food: Why Robots Are Producing More of What You Eat

Robots that see underpin the future of self-driving cars, humanoid robots and autonomous drones. Right now, they’re serving their apprenticeship sizing up the likes of sausages and frozen pizzas.

Published 3 months ago

Dreams Turn Sour as Turkey’s Building Boom Sags

Dreams Turn Sour as Turkey’s Building Boom Sags

A Turkish building boom is unraveling, with projects frozen and would-be residents left homeless, another blow for the country’s troubled economy.

Published 3 months ago

New York’s World Trade Center Struggles to Fill Office Space

New York’s World Trade Center Struggles to Fill Office Space

The rebuilt One World Trade Center in New York has struggled more than the other towers on the site to fill its 3.1 million square feet of office space. About 20% of the building remains empty four years after it opened.

Published 3 months ago

China to Join Russian Drills in Sign of Growing Military Ties

China to Join Russian Drills in Sign of Growing Military Ties

Chinese and Russian troops begin joint military maneuvers Tuesday, marking the first time Moscow has invited a country outside a tight circle of former Soviet allies to annual exercises and offering Chinese generals rare and valuable experience training outside their country’s borders.

Published 3 months ago

Economic Confidence Is Really High. Perhaps It’s Time to Sell.

Economic Confidence Is Really High. Perhaps It’s Time to Sell.

Rather than look to the future, investors tend to extrapolate the recent past, and mostly get it wrong, writes James Mackintosh.

Published 3 months ago

HK stock market enters bear territory amid EM sell-off

HK stock market enters bear territory amid EM sell-off

Hang Seng index down more than 20% from its January high at Tuesday’s close

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EPA to Roll Back Obama-Era Methane Rules

EPA to Roll Back Obama-Era Methane Rules

The Trump administration is about to propose its latest rollback of Obama-era climate rules, moving to ease requirements for oil-and-gas companies that were designed to limit leaks of the heat-trapping gas methane.

Published 3 months ago

Economic Confidence Is Really High. Perhaps It’s Time to Sell.

Economic Confidence Is Really High. Perhaps It’s Time to Sell.

Rather than look to the future, investors tend to extrapolate the recent past, and mostly get it wrong, writes James Mackintosh.

Published 3 months ago

Pharma chief defends 400% drug price hike as a ‘moral requirement’

Pharma chief defends 400% drug price hike as a ‘moral requirement’

Nostrum Laboratories’ Nirmal Mulye says he is right to charge as much as possible and slams FDA

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Five things to look out for at Apple’s product event

Five things to look out for at Apple’s product event

The details investors will care most about from ‘Gather round’ still remain a mystery

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New Way to Play FANG Stocks Falls Short For Some Investors

New Way to Play FANG Stocks Falls Short For Some Investors

Banks this year have issued more than $1 billion worth of ‘auto-callable’ notes tied to one or more of the four FANG stocks: Facebook, Apple, Netflix, and Google parent Alphabet. Yet many such notes have failed to produce large returns.

Published 3 months ago