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Too Many Bosses Means Too Little Time

Too Many Bosses Means Too Little Time

A majority of workers say they are saddled with reporting to multiple bosses and that fickle managers often waste their time with unfocused goals and conflicting directives, research shows.

Published 3 months ago

CPAs Fight to Protect Part of Their Turf

CPAs Fight to Protect Part of Their Turf

Some certified public accountants are up in arms about a move by their industry’s main trade group to allow people from outside their ranks to be credentialed to help companies value complex assets.

Published 3 months ago

Stock Market Is Taking Cues From the Private Market

Stock Market Is Taking Cues From the Private Market

Private markets, where companies are free from the constraints of quarterly reporting, are already reshaping the makeup of public stock markets—including a decline in public listings. They could even result in a loosening of rules around what’s required of public companies.

Published 3 months ago

Many Greeks Struggle to Keep Their Heads Above Water as Bailout Ends

Many Greeks Struggle to Keep Their Heads Above Water as Bailout Ends

Athens and the EU hail the end of the bailout as a historic day when Greece recovers its national freedom, but many Greeks find it hard to believe that this truly is the end of an era.

Published 3 months ago

Pepsi Continues Move Away From Sugary Drinks With SodaStream Deal

Pepsi Continues Move Away From Sugary Drinks With SodaStream Deal

PepsiCo has agreed to buy home-carbonation company SodaStream for $3.2 billion, the latest move by the cola giant to diversify away from sugary sodas and salty snacks.

Published 3 months ago

At Heart of New Fed Debate: Bonds or Bills?

At Heart of New Fed Debate: Bonds or Bills?

Federal Reserve officials are now beginning an internal debate to decide what exactly the central bank’s $4.5 trillion portfolio will look like when they are done shrinking it.

Published 3 months ago

U.S. Rebuffs Effort to Tether Bank Fine to Pastor’s Release

U.S. Rebuffs Effort to Tether Bank Fine to Pastor’s Release

The Trump administration rejected an effort by Turkey to tie the release of a U.S. pastor to relief for a Turkish bank facing billions of dollars in U.S. fines, telling Ankara other issues are off the table until the minister is freed.

Published 3 months ago

CPAs Fight to Protect Part of Their Turf

CPAs Fight to Protect Part of Their Turf

Some certified public accountants are up in arms about a move by their industry’s main trade group to allow people from outside their ranks to be credentialed to help companies value complex assets.

Published 3 months ago

MS-13, Violent and Unruly, Is Trying to Organize—Can It?

MS-13, Violent and Unruly, Is Trying to Organize—Can It?

A string of criminal trials that wrapped up this summer in Boston shows the difficulty of organizing an impenetrable criminal enterprise from a gang of undisciplined young members.

Published 3 months ago

Many Greeks Struggle to Keep Their Heads Above Water as Bailout Ends

Many Greeks Struggle to Keep Their Heads Above Water as Bailout Ends

The Athens government and the European Union hail Monday’s end of the nation’s bailout as a historic day when Greece recovers its national freedom and independence, but many Greeks find it hard to believe that this truly is the end of an era.

Published 3 months ago

At Heart of New Fed Debate: Bonds or Bills?

At Heart of New Fed Debate: Bonds or Bills?

Federal Reserve officials are now beginning an internal debate to decide what exactly the central bank’s $4.5 trillion portfolio will look like when they are done shrinking it.

Published 3 months ago

Democrats Look to Flip New England’s One GOP House Seat

Democrats Look to Flip New England’s One GOP House Seat

Democrats hoping to win back rural, white voters to flip seats in the midterms are gearing up for a challenge here, in the only patch of New England that Republicans hold in the House.

Published 3 months ago

Where’s the Off Switch? Videogame Developers Are Making It Harder to Stop Playing

Where’s the Off Switch? Videogame Developers Are Making It Harder to Stop Playing

Videogames have gotten harder to turn off, mental-health experts and parents say, raising concerns about the impact of long gaming sessions on players’ lives.

Published 3 months ago

MS-13, Violent and Unruly, Is Trying to Organize—Can It?

MS-13, Violent and Unruly, Is Trying to Organize—Can It?

A string of criminal trials that wrapped up this summer in Boston shows the difficulty of organizing an impenetrable criminal enterprise from a gang of undisciplined young members.

Published 3 months ago