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How Domino’s Persuaded Wall Street to Lend to It For Less

How Domino’s Persuaded Wall Street to Lend to It For Less

Restaurant chains are turning to complex debt deals that lower their borrowing costs, but at the price of control over their most valuable assets. Whole-business securitization enables companies to issue bonds more cheaply by giving lenders access to valuable pieces of their enterprises.

Published 8 months ago

WSJ Survey: Kevin Warsh Seen as Trump’s Most Likely Pick to Lead Fed

WSJ Survey: Kevin Warsh Seen as Trump’s Most Likely Pick to Lead Fed

Economists see former Fed governor Kevin Warsh as the most likely to be nominated by President Donald Trump to lead the Federal Reserve, followed by Janet Yellen and Jerome Powell, according to a Wall Street Journal survey.

Published 8 months ago

Fires Sweep Through Napa and Sonoma Wineries but Vineyards Survive

Fires Sweep Through Napa and Sonoma Wineries but Vineyards Survive

Wild fires sweeping through some of California’s most prized wine regions have damaged at least 15 wineries in Napa and Sonoma counties, vintners and industry representatives said Tuesday.

Published 8 months ago

North Korea Allegedly Used Antivirus Software to Steal Defense Secrets

North Korea Allegedly Used Antivirus Software to Steal Defense Secrets

A breach of South Korea’s military database in which suspected North Korean hackers pilfered defense secrets originated in compromised third-party cybersecurity software and was made possible by an unintended connection to the internet, according to people familiar with the attack.

Published 8 months ago

A Secret to Picking an On-Time Flight

A Secret to Picking an On-Time Flight

Even within a given airline, certain types of planes end up at their destinations more reliably than others.

Published 8 months ago

Record Job Openings Aren’t Enticing Workers to Quit

Record Job Openings Aren’t Enticing Workers to Quit

The rate at which workers quit their jobs fell slightly to a seasonally adjusted 2.1% in August from 2.2% in July, according to the Labor Department, suggesting workers don't feel as if they’re likely to find something better if they leave their current jobs.

Published 8 months ago

Trump Leaves Thorny Issues at GOP Lawmakers’ Doorstep

Trump Leaves Thorny Issues at GOP Lawmakers’ Doorstep

President Trump’s expected policy shift on Iran would put the GOP Congress in a difficult, but familiar position: tackling issues that they opposed during the Obama administration but now have to look at in a new light.

Published 8 months ago

New Rule Helps Curtail Wall Street ‘Prisoner Exchanges’ in Recruiting

New Rule Helps Curtail Wall Street ‘Prisoner Exchanges’ in Recruiting

A new retirement-savings rule is helping to curtail an expensive practice that Wall Street executives have long bemoaned: ‘prisoner exchanges,’ or paying big bonuses to lure brokers from rival firms.

Published 8 months ago

Spanish Leader Opens Door to Suspending Some of Catalonia’s Powers

Spanish Leader Opens Door to Suspending Some of Catalonia’s Powers

Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy demanded that Catalonia’s leader clarify whether he declared independence, taking the first step toward potentially stripping the restive region of some of its powers and escalating his confrontation with the separatists.

Published 8 months ago

IMF Identifies Nine Big Banks Likely to Struggle With Profitability

IMF Identifies Nine Big Banks Likely to Struggle With Profitability

The International Monetary Fund said some of the world’s largest financial institutions—including Deutsche Bank, Citigroup, Barclays and a few Japanese institutions—could struggle in coming years to remain sufficiently profitable.

Published 8 months ago

OPEC Oil Production Rose in September Despite Deal to Limit Output

OPEC Oil Production Rose in September Despite Deal to Limit Output

OPEC crude oil production jumped in September by nearly 90,000 barrels a day, complicating the cartel’s efforts to limit output and curb the global supply glut.

Published 8 months ago

Trump Sets Nafta Goals: Dilute Pact’s Force, Loosen Regional Bonds

Trump Sets Nafta Goals: Dilute Pact’s Force, Loosen Regional Bonds

The Trump administration’s proposals prompt a backlash from Mexico and Canada and from business groups in all three countries, casting new uncertainty over the talks as they resume in Washington.

Published 8 months ago

Middle-Class Catalans, Not Workers, Drive Push for Independence

Middle-Class Catalans, Not Workers, Drive Push for Independence

Catalonia’s middle class has emerged as the bedrock for separatist sentiment, fueled by accusations that the rest of Spain drains—and wastes—tax revenues from a region proud of its banks and industrial prowess.

Published 8 months ago

MacArthur Foundation Names ‘Genius Grant’ Winners for 2017

MacArthur Foundation Names ‘Genius Grant’ Winners for 2017

This year’s 24 fellows include an opera director who once staged a performance among rushing commuters in a train station and a computer scientist who used her own breast cancer to spur her oncology-data research.

Published 8 months ago

Japan’s Nikkei Closes at Two-Decade High

Japan’s Nikkei Closes at Two-Decade High

The Nikkei Stock Average hit a two-decade closing high, a milestone for the nation’s long-suffering stock market, driven by stronger earnings, an improved economy and a better environment for shareholders.

Published 8 months ago