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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Taps Foreign Policy Scholar as Chief State Department Planner

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Taps Foreign Policy Scholar as Chief State Department Planner

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has tapped Carnegie Mellon University Professor Kiron Skinner as the State Department’s top planner.

Published 3 months ago

Campbell Soup plots divestment of international business in shake up

Campbell Soup plots divestment of international business in shake up

Iconic American company is under pressure from activist Daniel Loeb

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U.S.-Mexico Trade Pact Faces Scrutiny From Lawmakers at Home

U.S.-Mexico Trade Pact Faces Scrutiny From Lawmakers at Home

The U.S.-Mexico trade deal announced by the two countries’ leaders this week now faces scrutiny from their respective legislators, who ultimately must ratify the agreement.

Published 3 months ago

Campbell Soup Plans to Sell International Business and Fresh Unit

Campbell Soup Plans to Sell International Business and Fresh Unit

Campbell Soup plans to sell its international operations and refrigerated-foods business, abandoning efforts to become a more fresh food-oriented company and leaving the door open to a full sale.

Published 3 months ago

Fresh Stress Grips Weakest Emerging-Market Currencies

Fresh Stress Grips Weakest Emerging-Market Currencies

The Argentine peso hit a record low and the Turkish lira resumed its slide, dramatizing the strains faced by emerging markets most vulnerable to a rising dollar.

Published 3 months ago

U.S. Corporate Profits Soared in Second Quarter, Boosted by Tax Cuts and Economic Growth

U.S. Corporate Profits Soared in Second Quarter, Boosted by Tax Cuts and Economic Growth

The Commerce Department measured a 16.1% year-over-year gain, the largest in six years. Profits were bolstered by large tax cuts and strong economic growth.

Published 3 months ago

Starbucks’ Frappuccino Gets a Sugar Makeover

Starbucks’ Frappuccino Gets a Sugar Makeover

Starbucks is putting its decadent Frappuccino on a diet, looking to reduce the popular drink’s high sugar levels.

Published 3 months ago

Declassified Interrogation Reports Show How Much Iran Shaped Iraq War

Declassified Interrogation Reports Show How Much Iran Shaped Iraq War

Recently declassified U.S. interrogation reports shed new light on, Qais al-Khazali, one of Iraq’s most prominent Shiite political figures and Iran’s role in training and arming Iraqi militias that attacked U.S. troops during the Iraq War.

Published 3 months ago

Small Stocks Hang On to Big Gains, for Now

Small Stocks Hang On to Big Gains, for Now

Soaring profits at smaller publicly traded companies are driving the Russell 2000 to new records as investors bet U.S. economic strength will boost smaller companies while trade frictions hit their multinational counterparts.

Published 3 months ago

Shorting Loans: A Hedge Against Financial Trouble

Shorting Loans: A Hedge Against Financial Trouble

It won’t take much for investors in booming loan funds to wake up to the growing risks.

Published 3 months ago

Schools Crack Down as More Students Cut Class

Schools Crack Down as More Students Cut Class

The growing problem of children skipping school has districts across the country experimenting with solutions, from punishments to rewards.

Published 3 months ago

New Rules Would Boost Rights of Those Accused of Campus Sexual Assaults

New Rules Would Boost Rights of Those Accused of Campus Sexual Assaults

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is preparing to release new rules strengthening protections for students accused of sexual assault on campus and lightening the burden placed on schools.

Published 3 months ago

Fresh Stress Grips Weakest Emerging-Market Currencies

Fresh Stress Grips Weakest Emerging-Market Currencies

The Argentine peso hit a record low, and the Turkish lira resumed its slide, dramatizing the strains faced by emerging markets most vulnerable to a rising dollar.

Published 3 months ago

White House Counsel Don McGahn Will Leave Post in the Fall

White House Counsel Don McGahn Will Leave Post in the Fall

President Trump’s announcement that White House counsel Don McGahn will leave his post caught Mr. McGahn and other Trump aides by surprise. “He’s done an excellent job,” the president said at the White House.

Published 3 months ago

Small Stocks Hang On to Big Gains, for Now

Small Stocks Hang On to Big Gains, for Now

Soaring profits at smaller publicly traded companies are driving the Russell 2000 to new records as investors bet U.S. economic strength will boost smaller companies while trade frictions hit their multinational counterparts.

Published 3 months ago