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Meg Whitman to Lead Mobile-Video Startup NewTV

Meg Whitman to Lead Mobile-Video Startup NewTV

Meg Whitman, the former head of eBay and the departing chief executive of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, is joining Jeffrey Katzenberg’s WndrCo LLC as the first CEO in the media and tech venture’s planned portfolio of companies.

Published 6 months ago

Pro-Business Populists Flummox Davos Man

Pro-Business Populists Flummox Davos Man

The global elites at the World Economic Forum in Davos fear populist politicians like Donald Trump, but those politicians are one reason they are reveling in the best economy in years and an epic bull market, Greg Ip writes.

Published 6 months ago

Presidents Club to close after FT exposes harassment at event

Presidents Club to close after FT exposes harassment at event

Politicians, business leaders and charities line up to express dismay at revelations

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What the KPMG Conspiracy Case Revealed About Its Audits

What the KPMG Conspiracy Case Revealed About Its Audits

The indictment earlier this week of former KPMG partners and employees shed light on the regulatory process for accounting firms and a revolving door with the agencies involved. But it was also a reminder of concerns about the quality of the audits done by the biggest accounting firms.

Published 6 months ago

Former U.S. Gymnastics Doctor Larry Nassar Sentenced to up to 175 Years for Sexual Abuse

Former U.S. Gymnastics Doctor Larry Nassar Sentenced to up to 175 Years for Sexual Abuse

A Michigan judge on Wednesday sentenced Larry Nassar, the longtime former doctor for the U.S. women’s national gymnastics team, to up to 175 years in prison on sexual-abuse charges.

Published 6 months ago

China Breaks a Cloning Barrier: Primates

China Breaks a Cloning Barrier: Primates

In a world-wide first, Chinese scientists cloned two monkeys by transplanting donor cells into eggs, they said on Wednesday, a feat that could lead to genetically engineered primates for drug testing, gene editing and brain research. ​

Published 6 months ago

Why More Americans Should Work in Retirement

Why More Americans Should Work in Retirement

Keeping people in the workforce longer could help fight poverty and reduce inequality, a new report says.

Published 6 months ago

Presidents Club to close after revelations of sexual harassment at all-male dinner

Presidents Club to close after revelations of sexual harassment at all-male dinner

Decision comes after FT report on charity event attended by high-profile business and political figures

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Tech companies expected to keep cash offshore despite tax reform

Tech companies expected to keep cash offshore despite tax reform

Apple’s move to bring home $38bn unlikely to mean end of overseas arrangements

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How Tough Is the GOP’s Midterm Challenge? Just Ask Rodney Frelinghuysen

How Tough Is the GOP’s Midterm Challenge? Just Ask Rodney Frelinghuysen

The New Jersey representative, a powerful House leader, faces the first serious challenge of his 23-year congressional career, a race that’s emerging as a barometer for Republican fortunes in 2018. In the backdrop is President Donald Trump’s historically low approval rating.

Published 6 months ago

EU hits Qualcomm with €997m fine for abusing its dominance

EU hits Qualcomm with €997m fine for abusing its dominance

US tech giant paid Apple to use its chips exclusively in its smartphones and tablets

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Chief of US consumer agency calls for ‘sparing’ enforcement

Chief of US consumer agency calls for ‘sparing’ enforcement

Acting head tells CFPB staff that measures must be ‘the most final of last resorts’

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Why Flying Has Never Been Safer

Why Flying Has Never Been Safer

Technical improvements, new regulations and changes in corporate culture, combined with plain luck, help explain the numbers.

Published 6 months ago

Chuck Schumer Works to Mend Split in Democratic Ranks After Shutdown

Chuck Schumer Works to Mend Split in Democratic Ranks After Shutdown

Sen. Chuck Schumer, after leading Democrats into and out of a shutdown, worked to mend a public breach in party ranks and to push back against progressive groups who said he capitulated to Republicans.

Published 6 months ago

Japan Flags Possible Violation of North Korean Sanctions

Japan Flags Possible Violation of North Korean Sanctions

Japan said it spotted a North Korean oil tanker appearing to take on cargo in international waters in the East China Sea in a possible violation of United Nations sanctions, a rare case of Tokyo making public information about its monitoring of North Korean trade.

Published 6 months ago