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A Renaissance for Documentaries

A Renaissance for Documentaries

Summer sleepers like ‘RBG,’ ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor’ and ‘Three Identical Strangers’ have many filmmakers saying there’s never been a better time to make documentaries.

Published 3 months ago

U.S. Bishops Are Divided in a Way Rarely Seen in Public

U.S. Bishops Are Divided in a Way Rarely Seen in Public

The crisis engulfing the Catholic Church has exposed deep rifts in the U.S. church. The latest trigger is a letter by an archbishop accusing Catholic officials, including Pope Francis, of covering up sexual abuse.

Published 3 months ago

U.S. General Takes Over Afghan Military Effort at Uncertain Moment

U.S. General Takes Over Afghan Military Effort at Uncertain Moment

A veteran of the U.S. military’s most elite and secretive combat units took command of American and NATO forces in Afghanistan on Sunday, citing the danger posed by terrorist sanctuaries here to explain why the 17-year mission must continue.

Published 3 months ago

Companies Ramp Up Worker-Retraining Efforts

Companies Ramp Up Worker-Retraining Efforts

A tight labor market and changing job requirements are pushing companies to invest in teaching current workers to do more sophisticated tasks. Two-thirds of manufacturers plan to increase training in the next year, according to a report.

Published 3 months ago

Chinese Billionaire Released by Minnesota Police After Arrest on Alleged Sexual Misconduct

Chinese Billionaire Released by Minnesota Police After Arrest on Alleged Sexual Misconduct

Liu Qiangdong was arrested in Minnesota on suspicion of sexual misconduct but released after what the company said was a false accusation.

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

China Selloff Casts Foreigners in Unusual Role as Market Bulls

China Selloff Casts Foreigners in Unusual Role as Market Bulls

A dismal year for China’s stock markets has given rise to an unusual situation: Foreign institutions seem more optimistic about prospects for the country than local investors.

Published 3 months ago

Argentina turmoil batters big names in bond market

Argentina turmoil batters big names in bond market

Franklin Templeton loses $1.2bn as investors fear new exposure

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Meeting its match: Berlin falls in love with big banks

Meeting its match: Berlin falls in love with big banks

Merkel government’s froideur to global lenders warms up

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WPP Names Mark Read as its New CEO

WPP Names Mark Read as its New CEO

WPP has named company veteran Mark Read to succeed Martin Sorrell as chief executive, capping a monthslong search at world’s largest ad firm.

Published 3 months ago

Trump Looms Over Fight for Control of the Senate

Trump Looms Over Fight for Control of the Senate

The fight for the Senate is being fought on a deep red, pro-Trump battlefield. That helps explain why Democrats’ chances for erasing Republicans’ narrow margin are longer than their prospects of winning the House.

Published 3 months ago

Sen. John McCain Laid to Rest in Private Ceremony at U.S. Naval Academy

Sen. John McCain Laid to Rest in Private Ceremony at U.S. Naval Academy

The body of the Sen. John McCain arrived at the U.S. Naval Academy for burial, winding up a week of tributes to the war hero and GOP presidential nominee who died Aug. 25 at age 81.

Published 3 months ago

China Selloff Casts Foreigners in Unusual Role as Market Bulls

China Selloff Casts Foreigners in Unusual Role as Market Bulls

In a bad year for China’s stock markets, foreign institutions seem more optimistic about prospects for the country than local investors.

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

U.S. General Takes Over Afghan Military Effort at Uncertain Moment

U.S. General Takes Over Afghan Military Effort at Uncertain Moment

A veteran of the U.S. military’s most elite and secretive combat units took command of American and NATO forces in Afghanistan on Sunday, citing the danger posed by terrorist sanctuaries here to explain why the 17-year mission must continue.

Published 3 months ago