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Home Security Systems That Are Fast, Easy and Totally Not Creepy

Home Security Systems That Are Fast, Easy and Totally Not Creepy

Nest, Ring, Simplisafe and SmartThings are useful home-security tools with no professional installation or long-term contract required—and no camera spying on you 24/7.

Published 3 months ago

Australia’s new PM reshuffles cabinet in bid to heal divisions

Australia’s new PM reshuffles cabinet in bid to heal divisions

Former defence minister Marise Payne named as new foreign minister

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India approves $6bn military spend as Asian arms race escalates

India approves $6bn military spend as Asian arms race escalates

New Delhi to upgrade equipment with purchases including 111 naval helicopters

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Aggreko gives power to hopes of a turnround

Aggreko gives power to hopes of a turnround

World’s largest temporary power group shows signs of recovery after being hit by oil price fall

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Beyond Soda: How and Why Your Beverage Options Are Exploding

Beyond Soda: How and Why Your Beverage Options Are Exploding

A proliferation of beverages that don’t fit within traditional drink categories is creating a headache for retailers, confusion for shoppers and a challenge for manufacturers that are trying to keep pace with changing consumer tastes.

Published 3 months ago

The Big Hedge-Fund Strategy That Isn’t Working

The Big Hedge-Fund Strategy That Isn’t Working

Following trends in financial markets was once one of the most profitable investment strategies around. Now the approach is being battered as cheap replica funds crowd into the space.

Published 3 months ago

U.S. Dollar’s Rise Puts Canada, Australia, New Zealand in Spotlight

U.S. Dollar’s Rise Puts Canada, Australia, New Zealand in Spotlight

Canada, Australia and New Zealand are rich countries, but currency traders are watching them with interest for signs of the sort of malaise that often hits emerging markets when the U.S. dollar is rising.

Published 3 months ago

Online Propaganda Builds Islamic State Brand in the Face of Military Losses

Online Propaganda Builds Islamic State Brand in the Face of Military Losses

Even as Islamic State has lost territory in Syria and Iraq, it reigns supreme in cyberspace, where its critical recruitment and marketing tool has helped it build a brutish brand using propaganda and sometimes false claims.

Published 3 months ago

Signs of a Strong Economy: Hedges Are Overgrown and Lawns Need Mowing

Signs of a Strong Economy: Hedges Are Overgrown and Lawns Need Mowing

Landscapers are sweating this summer over a labor shortage that has been exacerbated by Congress reining in the number of visas issued for temporary seasonal workers.

Published 3 months ago

America Has Fallen Out of Love With the Sedan

America Has Fallen Out of Love With the Sedan

Long a symbol of the American open road, the classic sedan is fading in the rearview mirror as millions of drivers migrate to sport-utility vehicles, prompting auto makers to rework their lineups. One cause is the shifting relationship between people and their automobiles.

Published 3 months ago

Pope Decries Sex-Abuse Scandals, But Fails to Satisfy Critics

Pope Decries Sex-Abuse Scandals, But Fails to Satisfy Critics

Pope Francis voiced “pain and shame” over the abuse of children by Catholic priests in his first speech in Ireland, one of the countries hit hardest by the scandal, but fell short of laying out a response tough enough to fully assuage his critics over the issue.

Published 3 months ago

The Big Hedge-Fund Strategy That Isn’t Working

The Big Hedge-Fund Strategy That Isn’t Working

Following trends in financial markets was once one of the most profitable investment strategies around. Now the approach is being battered as cheap replica funds crowd into the space.

Published 3 months ago

Online Propaganda Builds Islamic State Brand in the Face of Military Losses

Online Propaganda Builds Islamic State Brand in the Face of Military Losses

Even as Islamic State has lost territory in Syria and Iraq, it reigns supreme in cyberspace, where its critical recruitment and marketing tool has helped it build a brutish brand using propaganda and sometimes false claims.

Published 3 months ago

Signs of a Strong Economy: Hedges Are Overgrown and Lawns Need Mowing

Signs of a Strong Economy: Hedges Are Overgrown and Lawns Need Mowing

Landscapers are sweating this summer over a labor shortage that has been exacerbated by Congress reining in the number of visas issued for temporary seasonal workers.

Published 3 months ago