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Rust spots emerge in US manufacturing surge

Rust spots emerge in US manufacturing surge

Midwest factories fear chilling effect of tariffs as revival gathers pace

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Fox Gets U.K. Approval to Buy Sky Amid Bidding War With Comcast

Fox Gets U.K. Approval to Buy Sky Amid Bidding War With Comcast

The U.K. government said it won’t oppose a bid by Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox to consolidate ownership of Sky, removing the last regulatory hurdle for Fox as it battles it out with Comcast for the British broadcaster.

Published 3 months ago

Senate’s First Skirmish Over Supreme Court Pick Brett Kavanaugh: How Quickly to Move

Senate’s First Skirmish Over Supreme Court Pick Brett Kavanaugh: How Quickly to Move

The first skirmishes in the battle over the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court are about timing, as Republicans seek to hold hearings and install him on the court before the new term in October.

Published 3 months ago

This Time Around, Chinese Consumer Products Would Face Tariffs

This Time Around, Chinese Consumer Products Would Face Tariffs

The Trump administration is expanding the battlefield in its trade fight with China, moving beyond industrial goods to threaten tariffs for the first time on consumer products—including pocketbooks, luggage, sound systems and bicycles—illustrating how dependent the vast U.S. consumer economy is on Chinese imports.

Published 3 months ago

Broadcom to Buy CA Technologies for $18.9 Billion

Broadcom to Buy CA Technologies for $18.9 Billion

Broadcom struck a deal to buy software company CA Technologies for nearly $19 billion, a surprise move that takes the chip-making giant in a new direction.

Published 3 months ago

IEA Warns Outages May Stretch Oil-Output Cushion to the Limit

IEA Warns Outages May Stretch Oil-Output Cushion to the Limit

Global oil outages may push spare production capacity to the limit, a top energy body warned, hinting it would be ready to tap its emergency supplies if needed.

Published 3 months ago

The Thai Cave Rescue, Before Its Triumph, Teetered on the Brink of Disaster

The Thai Cave Rescue, Before Its Triumph, Teetered on the Brink of Disaster

Divers nearly missed finding the trapped soccer team. Thai Navy ​SEALs had no cave diving experience. A critical pump broke. ‘I didn’t think anyone would be so crazy as to do this.’

Published 3 months ago

John Schnatter, Papa John’s Chairman, Resigns After Using Racial Slur

John Schnatter, Papa John’s Chairman, Resigns After Using Racial Slur

Papa John’s International said its independent directors have accepted the resignation of John Schnatter as board chairman, after a report that he used a racial slur in a conference call.

Published 3 months ago

Europe Sees Trade Tensions With U.S. Eating Into Economic Growth

Europe Sees Trade Tensions With U.S. Eating Into Economic Growth

The European Union cut its 2018 eurozone growth forecast as the bloc’s nascent trade conflict with the U.S. and political upheavals within the EU threaten to derail the common-currency area’s economic momentum.

Published 3 months ago

Trump: Nato members agree to ‘substantially’ lift spending

Trump: Nato members agree to ‘substantially’ lift spending

Donald Trump said other world leaders gathered at the Nato summit had agreed to “substantially up” their commitment to defence spending.

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US antitrust chief signals comfort with tech deals

US antitrust chief signals comfort with tech deals

Trump appointee says ‘great efficiencies’ can come from large groups buying smaller rivals

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Trump Makes Final Rounds at NATO Summit After Sharp Criticisms and Demands

Trump Makes Final Rounds at NATO Summit After Sharp Criticisms and Demands

President Donald Trump arrived for the final hours of the NATO summit following a tense first day in which he pressured allies to double the military spending target, bashed Germany and criticized European border policy.

Published 3 months ago

FBI’s Peter Strzok to Break His Silence

FBI’s Peter Strzok to Break His Silence

An FBI agent censured for sending anti-Trump text messages while he helped lead investigations into Hillary Clinton and President Trump will break his public silence Thursday in testimony before Congress.

Published 3 months ago

This Time Around, Chinese Consumer Products Would Face Tariffs

This Time Around, Chinese Consumer Products Would Face Tariffs

The Trump administration is expanding the battlefield in its trade fight with China, moving beyond industrial goods to threaten tariffs for the first time on consumer products—including pocketbooks, luggage, sound systems and bicycles—illustrating how dependent the vast U.S. consumer economy is on Chinese imports.

Published 3 months ago