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Papa John’s Founder Recently Held Merger Talks With Wendy’s

Papa John’s Founder Recently Held Merger Talks With Wendy’s

Papa John’s founder and recently ousted Chairman John Schnatter has recently held talks to merge the pizza-delivery company with Wendy’s.

Published 3 months ago

Facebook to Start Taking Down Posts That Could Lead to Violence

Facebook to Start Taking Down Posts That Could Lead to Violence

In response to attacks on individuals in Sri Lanka and Myanmar, the social-media platform will remove information if posts are flagged by local partners as potentially leading to violence.

Published 3 months ago

Johnson issues battle cry to block ‘botched’ Brexit

Johnson issues battle cry to block ‘botched’ Brexit

Former UK foreign secretary makes thinly veiled pitch for Conservative party leadership

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Deal with Brussels liberates Abe from his nationalist tendencies

Deal with Brussels liberates Abe from his nationalist tendencies

Diminishing power of agricultural lobby frees up PM to pursue non-protectionist policies

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Thai Boys Moved From Dark to Light, Physically and Mentally, After Being Trapped in Cave

Thai Boys Moved From Dark to Light, Physically and Mentally, After Being Trapped in Cave

When the 12 boys of the Wild Boars soccer team in northern Thailand realized they were trapped in a flooded cave, they “lost their minds—out of control,” crying day and night, before the team’s coach was able to start getting the frantic boys to sit quietly and focus on breathing and sleep.

Published 3 months ago

Iran’s Businesses Begin to Buckle Under Sanctions Threat

Iran’s Businesses Begin to Buckle Under Sanctions Threat

New U.S. sanctions are sending a shock through Iranian businesses even before they take effect, pressuring the country’s leaders to prevent a return to economic isolation.

Published 3 months ago

Throughout Middle East, the Web Is Being Walled Off

Throughout Middle East, the Web Is Being Walled Off

Authoritarian governments in the Middle East are increasingly adopting a version of China’s approach to online censorship, cutting citizens off from swaths of the internet, often with the aid of Western technology.

Published 3 months ago

Alcoa cuts outlook as tariffs bite

Alcoa cuts outlook as tariffs bite

Quarterly results exceed expectations but benefits offset by $15m hit from import costs

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Alleged Russian spy tried to offer sex for job, say prosecutors

Alleged Russian spy tried to offer sex for job, say prosecutors

Mariia Butina denied bail over charges of covert Russian influence operation

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Trump Threatens EU With Retribution if Auto Deal Isn’t Fair

Trump Threatens EU With Retribution if Auto Deal Isn’t Fair

President Donald Trump on Wednesday threatened “tremendous retribution” if his upcoming meeting with European Union officials doesn’t yield what he considers a fair auto-trade deal.

Published 3 months ago

Papa John’s Founder Recently Held Merger Talks With Wendy’s

Papa John’s Founder Recently Held Merger Talks With Wendy’s

Papa John’s founder and recently ousted chairman John Schnatter has recently held talks to merge the pizza-delivery company with Wendy’s.

Published 3 months ago

Auto Industry Pushes White House to Back Off Tariffs

Auto Industry Pushes White House to Back Off Tariffs

Auto makers, parts suppliers and dealers are joining forces to push back against the Trump administration’s proposal to apply tariffs of up to 25% on vehicles and components imported into the U.S.

Published 3 months ago

As Hurricane Season Arrives, U.S. Homeowners Haven’t Fixed Their Big Underinsurance Problem

As Hurricane Season Arrives, U.S. Homeowners Haven’t Fixed Their Big Underinsurance Problem

Many U.S. homeowners are inadequately insured for natural-catastrophe damage ahead of the height of the Atlantic hurricane season.

Published 3 months ago