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Trump Presses Apple to Shift Production to U.S.

Trump Presses Apple to Shift Production to U.S.

President Trump called on Apple to shift production to the U.S. and out of China, reviving a longstanding criticism and pressuring the iPhone maker to help fulfill the administration’s economic goal of restoring American manufacturing.

Published 3 months ago

Google Case Asks: Can Europe Export Privacy Rules World-Wide?

Google Case Asks: Can Europe Export Privacy Rules World-Wide?

Google this week will argue in EU’s top court against expanding “right to be forgotten,” the highest-profile case yet to test where jurisdiction begins and ends with data.

Published 3 months ago

Alibaba’s Jack Ma Expected to Reveal Succession Plan

Alibaba’s Jack Ma Expected to Reveal Succession Plan

Alibaba founder and Executive Chairman Jack Ma is expected to unveil a succession strategy for the company on Monday, on the occasion of his 54th birthday.

Published 3 months ago

Congressional Leaders Expected to Avoid Shutdown Deal

Congressional Leaders Expected to Avoid Shutdown Deal

Congressional negotiators are expected to secure a deal Monday on a package of three spending bills for the upcoming fiscal year, setting in motion GOP leaders’ plans to avoid a partial government shutdown at month’s end.

Published 3 months ago

The Financial Crisis Made Us Afraid of Risk—For a While

The Financial Crisis Made Us Afraid of Risk—For a While

Risk-taking never disappears, it just changes shape, often to slip past the institutional and psychological defenses erected after the last crisis.

Published 3 months ago

U.S. Open Men’s Final Sets Up to Be a Classic

U.S. Open Men’s Final Sets Up to Be a Classic

Novak Djokovic is healthy and looks as impenetrable as ever, while Juan Martin del Potro has the deadliest forehand in tennis

Published 3 months ago

Sweden set for deadlock, according to exit polls

Sweden set for deadlock, according to exit polls

Ruling centre-left party set for poor result, but rightwing insurgents’ gains limited

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Oil Market Turns Turbulent Heading Into Fall Season

Oil Market Turns Turbulent Heading Into Fall Season

The oil market is at a crossroads after its worst week in almost two months prompted many investors to reassess whether global growth will continue stoking demand for fuel.

Published 3 months ago

Trump Presses Apple to Shift Production to U.S.

Trump Presses Apple to Shift Production to U.S.

President Trump called on Apple to shift production to the U.S. and out of China, reviving a longstanding criticism and pressuring the iPhone maker to help fulfill the administration’s economic goal of restoring American manufacturing.

Published 3 months ago

The 5G Race: China and U.S. Battle to Control World’s Fastest Wireless Internet

The 5G Race: China and U.S. Battle to Control World’s Fastest Wireless Internet

A new wireless era promises to transform how people use the internet, and two countries are fighting over who dominate. At stake are billions of dollars in royalties, a head start in developing new technologies and national security.

Published 3 months ago

Hurricane Florence Heads Toward Southeastern U.S.

Hurricane Florence Heads Toward Southeastern U.S.

A tropical storm that has been churning in the Atlantic for a week regained hurricane strength Sunday and was headed toward the Southeastern U.S., the National Hurricane Center said.

Published 3 months ago

Pence rejects accusations of White House disarray

Pence rejects accusations of White House disarray

Vice-president calls criticism of Trump’s fitness an ‘assault on our democracy’

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Cheap Custom-Made Versions of High-Cost Drugs Spur Backlash

Cheap Custom-Made Versions of High-Cost Drugs Spur Backlash

A new kind of drugmaker is emerging to meet demand for lower-priced medicines by custom-making drugs, sparking pushback from federal health regulators and legal challenges from traditional pharmaceutical companies.

Published 3 months ago

Alibaba’s Jack Ma to Step Down as Executive Chairman

Alibaba’s Jack Ma to Step Down as Executive Chairman

Jack Ma, the billionaire tycoon who rode the currents of China’s rising affluence to build one of the world’s biggest e-commerce companies, says he is retiring from business to focus on philanthropy.

Published 3 months ago

The Financial Crisis Made Us Afraid of Risk—For a While

The Financial Crisis Made Us Afraid of Risk—For a While

Risk-taking never disappears, it just changes shape, often to slip past the institutional and psychological defenses erected after the last crisis.

Published 3 months ago