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First Ever Review of the Tesla Model 3 Performance: A Thrilling, Modern Marvel

First Ever Review of the Tesla Model 3 Performance: A Thrilling, Modern Marvel

The Tesla brand has its share of haters, but none have yet driven the new Model 3 Performance—until now. Dan Neil takes a first turn behind the wheel of the dual-motor dynamo.

Published 2 months ago

Goldman Sachs, Once Closed to Outsiders, Is on a Hiring Spree

Goldman Sachs, Once Closed to Outsiders, Is on a Hiring Spree

Goldman Sachs has brought in 15 outsiders at the elite rank of partner over the past year, the biggest influx of senior executives in two decades.

Published 2 months ago

Trump criticises Federal Reserve’s interest rate rises

Trump criticises Federal Reserve’s interest rate rises

’I’m not thrilled . . . but I’m letting them do what they feel is best’

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James Packer resigns all his Australian directorships

James Packer resigns all his Australian directorships

Billionaire casino mogul has sought treatment for mental illness

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Elliott denounces comments of ThyssenKrupp’s chairman

Elliott denounces comments of ThyssenKrupp’s chairman

Ulrich Lehner accused activist investors of engaging in ‘psycho terror’ before his resignation

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Two former traders jailed in Euribor manipulation case

Two former traders jailed in Euribor manipulation case

Bittar and Moryoussef receive a combined 13 years in prison

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Donald Trump Says ‘Not Happy’ About Federal Reserve Interest-Rate Increases

Donald Trump Says ‘Not Happy’ About Federal Reserve Interest-Rate Increases

President Donald Trump said Thursday he hoped the Federal Reserve would stop raising interest rates, delivering an unusual censure of the central bank.

Published 2 months ago

Comcast Drops Bid for Fox Assets, Will Focus on Pursuit of Sky

Comcast Drops Bid for Fox Assets, Will Focus on Pursuit of Sky

Comcast said it was dropping its pursuit for most of 21st Century Fox, ending a bidding war with Walt Disney, but said it would continue its pursuit of European pay-TV giant Sky PLC.

Published 2 months ago

Wells Fargo’s Latest Challenge: Refunds for Pet Insurance, Legal Services

Wells Fargo’s Latest Challenge: Refunds for Pet Insurance, Legal Services

Wells Fargo is in the process of refunding tens of millions of dollars for products ranging from pet insurance to legal services added to hundreds of thousands of customers’ accounts without their full understanding.

Published 2 months ago

Goldman Sachs, Once Closed to Outsiders, Is on a Hiring Spree

Goldman Sachs, Once Closed to Outsiders, Is on a Hiring Spree

Goldman Sachs has brought in 15 outsiders at the elite rank of partner over the past year, the biggest influx of senior executives in two decades.

Published 2 months ago

Putin Defends Trump From Critics, Says Summit Was a Success

Putin Defends Trump From Critics, Says Summit Was a Success

President Vladimir Putin defended Donald Trump from angry criticism following their summit in Helsinki, as the U.S. president called for a second face-to-face meeting with his Russian counterpart.

Published 2 months ago

House GOP Push to Extend Tax Cuts Meets Resistance in Senate

House GOP Push to Extend Tax Cuts Meets Resistance in Senate

House Republicans are busily preparing “Tax Reform 2.0,” an extension of tax cuts that are set to expire after 2025. So far, their Senate counterparts aren’t interested.

Published 2 months ago

America’s Factory Towns, Once  Solidly Blue, Are Now a GOP Haven

America’s Factory Towns, Once Solidly Blue, Are Now a GOP Haven

In one generation, manufacturing districts have flipped from Democratic strongholds to Republican ones. The swing is remaking both parties on issues from trade to social policy—and could shape the midterm elections.

Published 2 months ago

Trade’s Widening Battleground

Trade’s Widening Battleground

The Trump administration’s use of tariffs on imported goods started slowly but has broadened in recent weeks to affect hundreds of billions of dollars in goods from China and other big economies

Published 3 months ago

Asian Junk Bonds Are Being Treated Like Trash

Asian Junk Bonds Are Being Treated Like Trash

Asia’s $138 billion junk-bond market, anxious over China’s debt problem, is showing cracks after years of rampant growth. Falling prices have sent yields sharply higher, leaving creditors nursing big paper losses and clouding the prospects for refinancing maturing debt.

Published 2 months ago