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Hotel Developers Get Into School

Hotel Developers Get Into School

Real-estate developers are investing in hotels on or near college campuses, in one of the latest boomlets in the lodging industry.

Published 3 months ago

Marquee Republican Races in Florida, Arizona and Oklahoma to Test Loyalty to Trump

Marquee Republican Races in Florida, Arizona and Oklahoma to Test Loyalty to Trump

Arizona and Florida have contested primaries for both parties, while Oklahoma Republicans will choose a candidate for governor. The marquee Republican contests are tests of loyalty to President Trump.

Published 3 months ago

Saudi Aramco, a Wellspring of Oil, Wants to Become a Fount of Ideas

Saudi Aramco, a Wellspring of Oil, Wants to Become a Fount of Ideas

Saudi Arabia’s state oil company Aramco is working to turn itself into an innovation powerhouse while its much-delayed plans for an IPO remain on hold.

Published 3 months ago

In Tight Labor Market, Inmates Learn to Code

In Tight Labor Market, Inmates Learn to Code

Former inmates are typically among the last groups on the sidelines of the jobs market. In Indiana, a pilot program teaches women in prison how to write computer code, aiming to help them find work and stay out of prison once they are released.

Published 3 months ago

Kushner and Lighthizer Pressed for Deal Before Mexican President Leaves Office

Kushner and Lighthizer Pressed for Deal Before Mexican President Leaves Office

Months of tensions between the U.S. and Mexico ended with a presidential phone call on Monday after officials raced to complete a Nafta deal before the transition to a new Mexican administration.

Published 3 months ago

Who Will Fill the Bipartisan Role of Sen. John McCain?

Who Will Fill the Bipartisan Role of Sen. John McCain?

Following the death of Senator John McCain on Saturday, the WSJ's Gerald F. Seib asks who will continue down the path of bipartisanship in Congress. Photo: Getty

Published 3 months ago

Hotel Developers Get Into School

Hotel Developers Get Into School

Real-estate developers are investing in hotels on or near college campuses, in one of the latest boomlets in the lodging industry.

Published 3 months ago

‘It’s the Fizz’: How Seltzer Is Upending Coffee and Beer

‘It’s the Fizz’: How Seltzer Is Upending Coffee and Beer

Sparkling water sales are soaring in the U.S. as consumers ditch soda for healthier, more natural beverages. And with that explosion has come a wave of variants: caffeinated and alcoholic versions, sparkling coconut water and coffee, even seltzer laced with cannabis.

Published 3 months ago

Trump’s Nafta deal with Mexico puts pressure on Canada

Trump’s Nafta deal with Mexico puts pressure on Canada

US president warns Ottawa new levies could be imposed amid trade dispute

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Trump pledges to ‘address’ Google’s ‘leftwing media bias’

Trump pledges to ‘address’ Google’s ‘leftwing media bias’

President accuses search engine of producing ‘rigged’ results

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Manafort Sought Deal in Next Trial, but Talks Broke Down

Manafort Sought Deal in Next Trial, but Talks Broke Down

Paul Manafort’s legal team held talks with federal prosecutors to resolve a second set of charges against the former Trump campaign chairman before he was convicted last week. But no deal was made.

Published 3 months ago

Europe’s banking union lacks the key element of deposit insurance

Europe’s banking union lacks the key element of deposit insurance

A guarantee scheme is crucial, writes economic advisor to German government

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Kushner and Lighthizer Pressed for Deal Before Mexican President Leaves Office

Kushner and Lighthizer Pressed for Deal Before Mexican President Leaves Office

Months of tensions between the U.S. and Mexico ended with a presidential phone call on Monday after officials raced to complete a Nafta deal before the transition to a new Mexican administration.

Published 3 months ago

Global Car Sales Hit Speed Bump as Demand Slows and Trade Tensions Loom

Global Car Sales Hit Speed Bump as Demand Slows and Trade Tensions Loom

After nearly a decade of growth, new-vehicle sales in the world’s largest auto markets are entering their first sustained slowdown since the global financial crisis as uncertainty around the U.S.’s trade policies looms.

Published 3 months ago

Florida, Arizona and Oklahoma Hold Primaries for Midterms

Florida, Arizona and Oklahoma Hold Primaries for Midterms

Arizona and Florida have contested primaries for both parties Tuesday, while Oklahoma Republicans will choose a candidate for governor. The marquee Republican contests are tests of loyalty to President Trump.

Published 3 months ago