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Soda, Motorcycle Prices Rise as Tariffs Hit Home for Consumers

Soda, Motorcycle Prices Rise as Tariffs Hit Home for Consumers

Consumers are paying more for products from recreational vehicles to soda as tariffs on metals and parts put pressure on U.S. manufacturers.

Published 3 months ago

Stock Market Fights Off Big Tech Stumbles

Stock Market Fights Off Big Tech Stumbles

The S&P 500 is hovering 1.9% below its record high as investors bet disappointing financial reports last week from tech companies will prove isolated as the economy remains strong.

Published 3 months ago

Trump CFO Thrust Into Legal Spotlight

Trump CFO Thrust Into Legal Spotlight

Allen Weisselberg, the CFO of the Trump Organization, has been drawn into legal matters swirling around President Trump.

Published 3 months ago

How Sellers Trick Amazon to Boost Sales

How Sellers Trick Amazon to Boost Sales

The digital giant battles click farms, reviewers-for-hire and other scams as merchants try to outsmart its product-ranking system.

Published 3 months ago

Touring North Korean Farms and Factories, Kim Jong Un Signals a Shift

Touring North Korean Farms and Factories, Kim Jong Un Signals a Shift

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, having declared his nuclear program complete and claimed his place on the world stage next to the U.S. president at a Singapore summit, has begun to lavish attention on the livelihood of his people. ​

Published 3 months ago

Employers Eager to Hire Try a New Policy: ‘No Experience Necessary’

Employers Eager to Hire Try a New Policy: ‘No Experience Necessary’

More companies, desperate for candidates for jobs ranging from auto mechanic to e-commerce analyst, are abandoning requirements about college degrees and prior job experience.

Published 3 months ago

Facebook’s Hard Fall Shows the Pitfalls of Big Data

Facebook’s Hard Fall Shows the Pitfalls of Big Data

Companies typically use only 5% to 10% of the data they collect. They’re beefing up their efforts to use more—but a consumer backlash is brewing.

Published 3 months ago

Manafort Trial Holds Big Implications for Russia Probe

Manafort Trial Holds Big Implications for Russia Probe

The first trial from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation is set to begin Tuesday, in what will serve as a major test of a 14-month probe that has overshadowed the Trump presidency.

Published 3 months ago

Amundi: a world where scale counts

Amundi: a world where scale counts

Yves Perrier had an ambition to build Europe’s biggest asset manager. He achieved that target, but concern over its Italian operations has exposed different pressures

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India’s curb on life-saving drug prompts court challenge

India’s curb on life-saving drug prompts court challenge

US group Mylan files case after Modi government restricts oxytocin to one state company

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Workplace communities matter — now more than ever

Workplace communities matter — now more than ever

Employers have a big part to play in helping to create social cohesion

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Did You Lose Your Job? Kansas City Still Loves You

Did You Lose Your Job? Kansas City Still Loves You

Midwest cities from Milwaukee to Kansas City are doing whatever it takes to keep laid-off workers from leaving town to seek a job elsewhere—opening a new front in the nationwide scramble for labor.

Published 3 months ago

Wildfires Rage Across California

Wildfires Rage Across California

Wildfires spread across California Sunday, forcing officials to extend closure of Yosemite Valley by another week and maintain evacuations for thousands of people further north around Redding where the death toll climbed to at least five.

Published 3 months ago

When the World Opened the Gates of China

When the World Opened the Gates of China

Was it a mistake for the U.S. to allow China to join the World Trade Organization? Assessments of the 2001 deal often determine positions in today’s bitter trade debate.

Published 3 months ago

U.S. Almond Farmers Are Reeling From Chinese Tariffs

U.S. Almond Farmers Are Reeling From Chinese Tariffs

Prices for California almonds have fallen by more than 10% over the past two months, reflecting expectations for a bumper crop and steep tariffs imposed this year by China.

Published 3 months ago