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Inside Twitter’s Long, Slow Struggle to Police Bad Actors

Inside Twitter’s Long, Slow Struggle to Police Bad Actors

When Twitter Chief Executive Jack Dorsey testifies before Congress this week, he’ll likely be asked about an issue that has been hovering over the company: Just who decides whether a user gets kicked off the site?

Published 3 months ago

At Boeing Factory, Unfinished 737s Pile Up

At Boeing Factory, Unfinished 737s Pile Up

So many unfinished planes are stacking up at a Boeing plant in Renton, Wash., that the aerospace giant has to find space outside its factory gates to park them.

Published 3 months ago

Stocks’ Return to Records Paves Way for Volatile Autumn

Stocks’ Return to Records Paves Way for Volatile Autumn

U.S. stocks are at all-time highs after an August rally, prompting some investors to brace for a reckoning heading into what historically has been a weak stretch for markets.

Published 3 months ago

Union Leader Says a New Nafta Won’t Work Without Canada

Union Leader Says a New Nafta Won’t Work Without Canada

The president of the AFL-CIO said a new North American Free Trade Agreement won’t work if it doesn’t include Canada, a day after President Trump indicated his willingness to proceed with a bilateral deal with Mexico alone if necessary.

Published 3 months ago

In Race for Students, Colleges Offer to Match Tuition at Rival Schools

In Race for Students, Colleges Offer to Match Tuition at Rival Schools

Some private colleges are offering to match public universities’ in-state tuition, in an escalation of the battle for students.

Published 3 months ago

Chinese Billionaire Arrested on Sex-Misconduct Allegation Unlikely to Face Charges, Lawyer Says

Chinese Billionaire Arrested on Sex-Misconduct Allegation Unlikely to Face Charges, Lawyer Says

An attorney for JD.com Chief Executive Liu Qiangdong said his client’s release without conditions after being arrested on suspicion of sexual misconduct in Minneapolis suggests that no charges will be filed.

Published 3 months ago

Myanmar Court Sentences Reuters Reporters to Seven Years in Prison

Myanmar Court Sentences Reuters Reporters to Seven Years in Prison

Two Reuters reporters were sentenced to seven years in prison each for obtaining state secrets after they exposed military abuses of ethnic Rohingya.

Published 3 months ago

Liberals, nationalists and the struggle for Germany

Liberals, nationalists and the struggle for Germany

A surge of populist sentiment is part of a broader shift in international politics

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Argentine currency crisis spreads to politics

Argentine currency crisis spreads to politics

President Macri’s hopes of re-election in 2019 have taken a knock with peso’s slide

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Turkey’s Inflation Hits 18% Putting Fresh Pressure on the Lira

Turkey’s Inflation Hits 18% Putting Fresh Pressure on the Lira

Turkish inflation accelerated in August to its fastest rate since President Recep Tayyip Erdogan took office 15 years ago—a growing challenge for a leader who has pledged to simultaneously put a lid on consumer prices and keep the nation’s economy expand at a fast pace.

Published 3 months ago

Myanmar Court Sentences Reuters Reporters to Seven Years in Prison

Myanmar Court Sentences Reuters Reporters to Seven Years in Prison

Two Reuters reporters were sentenced to seven years in prison each for obtaining state secrets after they exposed military abuses of ethnic Rohingya.

Published 3 months ago

Sherwin-Williams Lands in Trouble Over 114-Year-Old Paint Ad

Sherwin-Williams Lands in Trouble Over 114-Year-Old Paint Ad

Sherwin-Williams is fighting a court ruling that ordered it and two other companies to collectively pay hundreds of millions of dollars in damages for promoting lead paint over several decades.

Published 3 months ago

Turkey’s inflation rate reaches nearly 18%

Turkey’s inflation rate reaches nearly 18%

Tumbling lira and other economic imbalances have stoked rapid price growth

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Myanmar judge sentences Reuters journalists to 7 years in prison

Myanmar judge sentences Reuters journalists to 7 years in prison

Case seen as defining moment for Aung San Suu Kyi’s civilian government

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Myanmar Court Sentences Reuters Reporters to Seven Years in Prison

Myanmar Court Sentences Reuters Reporters to Seven Years in Prison

Two Reuters reporters were sentenced to seven years in prison each for obtaining state secrets, after the exposed military abuses of ethnic Rohingya.

Published 3 months ago