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JPMorgan Laying Off Around 100 Employees in Asset-Management Business

JPMorgan Laying Off Around 100 Employees in Asset-Management Business

JPMorgan Chase is in the process of laying off around 100 employees in its asset-management division as the bank makes staffing adjustments amid market shifts, according to people familiar with the matter.

Published 3 months ago

Welcome Students, Let’s Talk About Confederate Statues

Welcome Students, Let’s Talk About Confederate Statues

Institutions from Virginia to Mississippi are coming to terms with statues, markers and building names linked to their Confederate past, without alienating alumni and donors.

Published 3 months ago

IBM looks for caffeine buzz with coffee delivery drones

IBM looks for caffeine buzz with coffee delivery drones

Patent filing even shows sensors predicting espresso needs of flagging employees

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Trump Attacks Michael Cohen, Accuses Him of Fabricating Testimony

Trump Attacks Michael Cohen, Accuses Him of Fabricating Testimony

President Trump accused Michael Cohen of fabricating his testimony that the president ordered him to buy the silence of two women during the 2016 campaign.

Published 3 months ago

For U.S. to Stay in WTO, China May Have to Leave

For U.S. to Stay in WTO, China May Have to Leave

The intensifying trade fight between the U.S. and China didn’t come out of the blue, but President Trump’s unilateral tariffs risk a Pyrrhic victory that damages global trading rules. There may be a more effective solution.

Published 3 months ago

Calling Bull on the Longest Bull Market

Calling Bull on the Longest Bull Market

Investors in big U.S. stocks will have no trouble believing that we are on the threshold of the longest bull market ever, with Wednesday setting a new “record” of 3,453 days. But who cares how long this bull market has been going, so long as you’re making money?

Published 3 months ago

Target Posts Biggest Sales Growth in 13 Years

Target Posts Biggest Sales Growth in 13 Years

Target said same-store sales rose at the fastest rate in more than a decade, buoyed by efforts to improve locations and e-commerce capabilities as well as a booming economy.

Published 3 months ago

The Promotion That Comes Without the Pay Raise

The Promotion That Comes Without the Pay Raise

More employers are handing out new job titles with extra responsibility but no bump in salary. Here’s how to respond to that kind of offer.

Published 3 months ago

Welcome Students, Let’s Talk About Confederate Statues

Welcome Students, Let’s Talk About Confederate Statues

Institutions from Virginia to Mississippi are coming to terms with statues, markers and building names linked to their Confederate past, without alienating alumni and donors.

Published 3 months ago

Short Squeeze Roils Wall Street’s Favorite Bond Trade

Short Squeeze Roils Wall Street’s Favorite Bond Trade

A robust August rally in the Treasury market is foiling one of Wall Street’s most popular trades, a bet that solid U.S. economic growth, rising inflation and eroding government finances will compel investors to sell bonds.

Published 3 months ago

Trump lashes out at Cohen for implicating president in plea

Trump lashes out at Cohen for implicating president in plea

President compares former lawyer unfavourably with ‘brave’ ex-campaign manager Manafort

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Trump Attacks Michael Cohen, Says He’s a Poor Lawyer

Trump Attacks Michael Cohen, Says He’s a Poor Lawyer

President Trump attacked Michael Cohen’s legal abilities, the morning after his former lawyer implicated him in a federal crime as he pleaded guilty to campaign-finance violations, among other charges.

Published 3 months ago

Michael Cohen’s Plea Puts Trump Under Legal Scrutiny

Michael Cohen’s Plea Puts Trump Under Legal Scrutiny

Michael Cohen’s assertion that President Trump directed him to violate campaign-finance laws through payments to two women who claimed they had affairs with Mr. Trump has thrust the president closer than ever to legal scrutiny.

Published 3 months ago

For Paul Manafort, a Second Trial Looms Next Month

For Paul Manafort, a Second Trial Looms Next Month

Paul Manafort’s conviction on eight counts—the jury deadlocked on 10 others—hardly spells the end of his legal troubles.

Published 3 months ago

Target Posts Biggest Sales Growth in 13 Years

Target Posts Biggest Sales Growth in 13 Years

Target said same-store sales rose at the fastest rate in more than a decade, buoyed by efforts to improve locations and e-commerce capabilities as well as a booming economy.

Published 3 months ago