Financial and business
news

Fill the form below and get the best and quickest payday loan specialy for you

You quick and easy cash is waiting. Select your city, how much money you need and a lender which is ready to pay. Fill the form with your personal data. Funds will be deposited directly to your bank account.

How an Aircraft Trader Became an Ally of China’s HNA

How an Aircraft Trader Became an Ally of China’s HNA

As a startup airline blossomed into a powerful conglomerate now known as HNA Group Co., an aircraft trader aligned himself with the Chinese business and eventually became one of its biggest individual shareholders.

Published 7 months ago

Robert Mueller Set to Act on Charges Tied to Trump-Russia Probe

Robert Mueller Set to Act on Charges Tied to Trump-Russia Probe

The first defendants in a criminal investigation of Russia’s meddling in the 2016 campaign could be taken into custody as soon as Monday, though the nature and target of the charges couldn’t be determined over the weekend.

Published 7 months ago

GOP Plan for a Speedy Tax Overhaul Faces Uncertain Road

GOP Plan for a Speedy Tax Overhaul Faces Uncertain Road

House Republicans are set to toss a giant tax bill into the capital’s autumnal winds Wednesday. That could turn into a rousing victory for Republicans, a scaled-back compromise or a collapse.

Published 7 months ago

Tribal Tensions Flare After Kenya Vote

Tribal Tensions Flare After Kenya Vote

A messy election set to give President Uhuru Kenyatta another term is threatening to revive long-simmering tribal tensions in pockets of the country, as procedural delays and an opposition boycott plunged Kenya deeper into division over the weekend.

Published 7 months ago

How a $2,400 Cap on 401(k) Deductions Would Affect Your Savings

How a $2,400 Cap on 401(k) Deductions Would Affect Your Savings

Millions of workers of all ages and income levels stand to be impacted if the tax deduction on 401(k) savings is reduced.

Published 7 months ago

Report Finds Most Guns Used in Chicago Crimes Come From Outside City

Report Finds Most Guns Used in Chicago Crimes Come From Outside City

Most guns used in Chicago crimes come from suburban Illinois and states like Indiana, Mississippi and Wisconsin, outside of the city’s jurisdiction, according to a new report released Sunday.

Published 7 months ago

Big Brewer Makes a Play for Marijuana Beverages

Big Brewer Makes a Play for Marijuana Beverages

Constellation Brands has agreed to take a 9.9% stake in Canopy Growth, a Canadian marijuana company, and plans to work with the grower to develop and market cannabis-infused beverages.

Published 7 months ago

Foreign Companies in China Get a New Partner: the Communist Party

Foreign Companies in China Get a New Partner: the Communist Party

Newly assertive party members arrange lectures, proudly display hammer-and-sickle insignia at their desks and are praised as exemplary workers. Western executives worry about the creeping influence of these cells.

Published 7 months ago

Thousands Join Pro-Unity Rally Against Catalonia Independence

Thousands Join Pro-Unity Rally Against Catalonia Independence

Hundreds of thousands of people gathered in Catalonia in a show of unity with the rest of Spain, rejecting the declaration of independence made by Catalan separatists on Friday.

Published 7 months ago

Puerto Rico Governor Shreds $300 Million Power Contract

Puerto Rico Governor Shreds $300 Million Power Contract

Puerto Rico’s governor said Sunday he would cancel a controversial $300 million construction contract with a little known-Montana energy firm after FEMA said it had “significant concerns” about the deal.

Published 7 months ago

Iraqi Kurds’ Independence Dreams Dashed as President Steps Down

Iraqi Kurds’ Independence Dreams Dashed as President Steps Down

Masoud Barzani is to step down as president of Iraq’s semiautonomous Kurdish region, just a month after an independence referendum reversed years of political and military gains made by the Kurds and dashed their dreams of statehood.

Published 7 months ago

Trump’s Approval Rating Falls to Lowest Level Since Taking Office

Trump’s Approval Rating Falls to Lowest Level Since Taking Office

President Donald Trump’s approval rating has fallen to its lowest level since he took office, a new Wall Street Journal-NBC News poll finds.

Published 7 months ago

Nadine Redzepi Teaches You How to Cook Comfort Food at Home

Nadine Redzepi Teaches You How to Cook Comfort Food at Home

After years of generating original family recipes, Nadine Redzepi has put her favorites in a new cookbook, ‘Downtime.’

Published 7 months ago

Businesses Push Workers to Mobilize Before Tax Revamp

Businesses Push Workers to Mobilize Before Tax Revamp

As Congress and the White House move to overhaul the federal tax code, companies are preparing for a crucial lobbying effort in a push that underscores the influence the business community can still wield in Washington, even as its relationship with the White House has frayed.

Published 7 months ago

Who Will Rein in Facebook? Challengers Are Lining Up

Who Will Rein in Facebook? Challengers Are Lining Up

Facebook and other internet giants face possible sweeping change as lawmakers and regulators line up to enforce vows of transparency for political content.

Published 7 months ago