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He’s a Banker by Day and a Boxer by Night

He’s a Banker by Day and a Boxer by Night

Antonio Nieves, who fights Saturday for a WBO championship bout in the 115-pound weight division, is unusual in that he’s also a personal banker.

Published 9 months ago

Uber Faces FBI Probe Over Program Targeting Rival Lyft

Uber Faces FBI Probe Over Program Targeting Rival Lyft

Federal law-enforcement authorities in New York are investigating whether Uber used software to interfere illegally with its competitors, according to people familiar with the investigation, adding to legal pressures facing the embattled ride-hailing company.

Published 9 months ago

Amazon’s New Challenge: Making Two Headquarters Seem Like One

Amazon’s New Challenge: Making Two Headquarters Seem Like One

Amazon’s decision to open a second headquarters in North America could create a host of new strategic and managerial issues for the company, experts say.

Published 9 months ago

Netanyahu’s Wife Faces Possible Indictment

Netanyahu’s Wife Faces Possible Indictment

Israel’s Attorney General Avichai Mandleblit said he plans to indict the Israeli prime minister’s wife, Sara Netanyahu, for the alleged misuse of public funds.

Published 9 months ago

How to Plan for an Unexpectedly Early Retirement

How to Plan for an Unexpectedly Early Retirement

Employees have a range of options to minimize the hit from a premature exit from the workforce, from amassing an emergency fund to securing disability insurance.

Published 9 months ago

Why Insurers Are More Exposed to Cars Than Homes in Harvey’s Wake

Why Insurers Are More Exposed to Cars Than Homes in Harvey’s Wake

For many of America’s personal-line insurance companies, the biggest hit from Hurricane Harvey will be car policies, not homes.

Published 9 months ago

NFL Star Tom Brady’s New Health Book Faces Tall Order

NFL Star Tom Brady’s New Health Book Faces Tall Order

Tom Brady’s new book, “The TB12 Method,” lands on bookshelves Sept. 19. Simon & Schuster’s $5 million advance is a bet that the book will appeal not just to NFL fans and weekend warriors, but anyone searching for secrets to maintain peak health and fitness as they get older.

Published 9 months ago

Facebook Is Willing to Spend Big in Video Push

Facebook Is Willing to Spend Big in Video Push

Facebook is loosening its purse strings in its drive to become a major hub for video. The social-media giant is willing to spend as much as $1 billion to cultivate original shows for its platform.

Published 9 months ago

Mexico City Shaken by Strong Earthquake

Mexico City Shaken by Strong Earthquake

A powerful 8.0-magnitude earthquake shook Mexico’s capital city, causing people to flee swaying buildings and knocking out lights in parts of the city.

Published 9 months ago

Trump Won’t Rule Out Military Action on North Korea

Trump Won’t Rule Out Military Action on North Korea

President Donald Trump refused to rule out the military option but stopped short of saying whether he would tolerate a nuclearized North Korean state if the threat were contained.

Published 9 months ago

Appeals Court Deals Blow to Trump's Travel Ban

Appeals Court Deals Blow to Trump's Travel Ban

A federal appeals court ruled that 24,000 vetted refugees may enter the country while the Supreme Court weighs the legality of the administration’s plan to suspend travel to the U.S. from six Muslim-majority countries,

Published 9 months ago

Equifax Reports Data Breach Possibly Impacting 143 Million U.S. Consumers

Equifax Reports Data Breach Possibly Impacting 143 Million U.S. Consumers

Credit-reporting agency Equifax said that hackers gained access to systems, compromising the personal information of about 143 million U.S. consumers.

Published 9 months ago

Back-to-Back Hurricanes to Test Post-Katrina FEMA Reforms

Back-to-Back Hurricanes to Test Post-Katrina FEMA Reforms

The one-two punch of successive hurricanes, with a possible third in the offing, is set to test federal emergency-response reforms enacted in 2006 in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

Published 9 months ago

Eli Lilly to Cut 8% of Global Workforce, or 3,500 Jobs

Eli Lilly to Cut 8% of Global Workforce, or 3,500 Jobs

Eli Lilly plans to cut its global workforce by about 8% and close several facilities, a step it said it needs to make to lower costs and raise investment in new drugs as the company faces patent expirations that will erode sales of older products.

Published 9 months ago

The Uncertain Future of High School Football in America

The Uncertain Future of High School Football in America

The country wrestles with how to keep Friday Night Lights alive

Published 9 months ago