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Mexico’s Army of Bodyguards Draws Scrutiny After Televisa Executive’s Killing

Mexico’s Army of Bodyguards Draws Scrutiny After Televisa Executive’s Killing

The killing of a prominent Televisa executive during a robbery shocks a nation where the wealthy are usually immune to spiralling violent crime.

Published 7 months ago

South Korea Considers Shuttering Bitcoin Exchanges

South Korea Considers Shuttering Bitcoin Exchanges

Investor frenzy has worried the country’s authorities, who are concerned about growing speculation—and the risk investors could lose money from sharp price declines or from cyber attacks on digital currency exchanges.

Published 7 months ago

Italy braces for election test

Italy braces for election test

President Mattarella set to dissolve parliament and trigger two-month campaign

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Insurers Poised to Raise Prices After Costly String of Natural Disasters

Insurers Poised to Raise Prices After Costly String of Natural Disasters

One of the costliest years for natural disasters puts some U.S. insurers in a position to do what they haven’t done in years: raise prices.

Published 7 months ago

Winners and losers in the sharing economy

Winners and losers in the sharing economy

We are entering an era in which consumers will value access over ownership

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Power Plants Bloom Even as Electricity Prices Wilt

Power Plants Bloom Even as Electricity Prices Wilt

A glut of gas flowing out of U.S. shale fields is fueling a power plant construction boom in several northeastern states, despite fierce competition that has caused wholesale electricity prices to plummet.

Published 7 months ago

NBC faces more change after year of upheaval

NBC faces more change after year of upheaval

US broadcaster weathers harassment scandal but confronts bigger forces shaking media

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Copper prices climb to highest level in 4 years

Copper prices climb to highest level in 4 years

Metal set to end the year up 39%, boosted by robust demand in China

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The Growing Peril of Index Funds: Too Much Tech

The Growing Peril of Index Funds: Too Much Tech

Investors who loaded up on U.S. and Asian stock index funds might be surprised to learn just what they own now: technology stocks—a lot of them.

Published 7 months ago

The Tax Law Makes CPAs Interesting (for Now)

The Tax Law Makes CPAs Interesting (for Now)

Thanks to the sweeping tax-overhaul bill passed by Congress and signed into law this month, certified public accountants and financial planners suddenly have found themselves at the center of the cultural conversation.

Published 7 months ago

Trump White House Saw Record Number of First-Year Staff Departures

Trump White House Saw Record Number of First-Year Staff Departures

The Trump administration has been marked by a level of staff turnover unprecedented in the modern era, with a rate of first-year departures twice as high as any other presidency in the past 40 years.

Published 7 months ago

Roy Moore Files Suit to Block Certification of Alabama Senate Election Result

Roy Moore Files Suit to Block Certification of Alabama Senate Election Result

The GOP candidate’s attorney wrote in the complaint that he believed there were irregularities during the election and said there should be a fraud investigation and eventually a new election.

Published 7 months ago

Bitcoin slips as South Korea threatens to shut exchanges

Bitcoin slips as South Korea threatens to shut exchanges

Seoul moves to address ‘irrationally overheated’ cryptocurrency speculation

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New York City Murder Rate on Pace to Drop to 1950s Levels

New York City Murder Rate on Pace to Drop to 1950s Levels

The New York Police Department has recorded 286 murders as of Wednesday, putting the city on pace to finish the year with fewer than 300 murders for the first time since the 1950s.

Published 7 months ago

Suicide Attack Kills at Least 35 in Kabul

Suicide Attack Kills at Least 35 in Kabul

A suicide bomber struck a Shiite Muslim cultural center in the Afghan capital on Thursday, killing at least 35 people and wounding dozens more.

Published 7 months ago