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Trump Administration Tries to Ease Republican Worries About Trade Fights

Trump Administration Tries to Ease Republican Worries About Trade Fights

The Trump administration touted its truce with Europe to nervous lawmakers as evidence that its trade policies are starting to show results, but Republicans pushed the administration to accelerate efforts on other trade fronts.

Published 3 months ago

Amazon’s Profit Soars to Record

Amazon’s Profit Soars to Record

Amazon.com’s quarterly profit topped $2 billion for the first time, powered by the company’s newer services businesses that are ushering the online retail giant into an era of swelling profitability.

Published 3 months ago

Facebook Suffers Worst-Ever Drop in Market Value

Facebook Suffers Worst-Ever Drop in Market Value

Facebook suffered the biggest-ever one-day loss in market value for a U.S.-listed company, marking a Wall Street U-turn on a company that has been a pillar of a yearslong tech-stock surge.

Published 3 months ago

‘I Quit, I Quit!’ Boardroom Turmoil Aggravates Univision’s Problems

‘I Quit, I Quit!’ Boardroom Turmoil Aggravates Univision’s Problems

Clashing egos and feuds over the company’s future have engulfed the U.S.’s largest Spanish-language broadcasting outlet, complicating its response to strategic challenges, including the rise of cord cutting. Its new CEO has to both cut costs and restore morale.

Published 3 months ago

Justice Department Investigates TV Station Owners Over Advertising Sales

Justice Department Investigates TV Station Owners Over Advertising Sales

The Department of Justice is investigating whether television station owners violated antitrust law in ways that inflated local television advertising prices, according to people familiar with the matter.

Published 3 months ago

Trump Discusses GDP Figures Due Friday Morning

Trump Discusses GDP Figures Due Friday Morning

President Donald Trump on Thursday outlined his expectations for Friday’s economic growth report, breaking from a tradition of presidents refraining from commenting on the figure ahead of its release.

Published 3 months ago

Record Drop in Foreigners Buying U.S. Homes

Record Drop in Foreigners Buying U.S. Homes

Foreign purchases of U.S. homes fell a record 21%, posing a fresh challenge to the slumping housing market, which has shown few signs of turning around.

Published 3 months ago

BP to buy BHP’s US shale assets for $10.5bn

BP to buy BHP’s US shale assets for $10.5bn

BP announced a significant boost to its US onshore oil and gas business after agreeing to pay $10.5bn for BHP’s shale assets in the southern US.

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Government Rushes to Meet Family-Reunification Deadline

Government Rushes to Meet Family-Reunification Deadline

The Trump administration scrambled to meet a court-ordered deadline to reunite more than 2,500 migrant children with their parents after they were separated at the border, creating an 11th-hour rush to move people around the country in a stop-start fashion.

Published 3 months ago

Feed Your Head: Foods That Target Depression and Anxiety

Feed Your Head: Foods That Target Depression and Anxiety

Based on mounting research, doctors are prescribing nutrient-rich foods as a recipe for better mental health. With the help of high-profile chefs, they’re doing it deliciously, too.

Published 3 months ago

Winklevoss twins bitcoin ETF rejected by SEC

Winklevoss twins bitcoin ETF rejected by SEC

Regulator concerns that significant markets for cryptocurrency are unregulated

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Amazon Continues Profit Streak

Amazon Continues Profit Streak

Amazon continued its streak of profitability, easily topping $1 billion for the third straight quarter, as the company extends its dominance in online retailing and draws gains from its flourishing cloud-computing business.

Published 3 months ago

Fiat Chrysler’s Sergio Marchionne Was Seriously Ill for Over a Year Before Dying

Fiat Chrysler’s Sergio Marchionne Was Seriously Ill for Over a Year Before Dying

Fiat Chrysler said it knew nothing about the medical condition of former CEO Sergio Marchionne, who died this week after being seriously ill for more than a year.

Published 3 months ago