Financial and business
news

Fill the form below and get the best and quickest payday loan specialy for you

You quick and easy cash is waiting. Select your city, how much money you need and a lender which is ready to pay. Fill the form with your personal data. Funds will be deposited directly to your bank account.

Military Faces a Sweeping Turnover Among Upper Commanders

Military Faces a Sweeping Turnover Among Upper Commanders

President Trump is planning a series of promotions to replace a wave of retiring commanders, marking the administration’s largest imprint on military leadership thus far.

Published 3 months ago

Amazon’s No Bargain. Here’s Why Investors Keep Buying

Amazon’s No Bargain. Here’s Why Investors Keep Buying

Shares of companies like Amazon.com, Netflix and Salesforce.com have surged this year, driving the stock market higher but also pushing valuations to what some investors consider worrisome levels.

Published 3 months ago

Venezuela Devalues Currency and Hikes Wages, Stoking Fears About Instability

Venezuela Devalues Currency and Hikes Wages, Stoking Fears About Instability

Businesses closed, banks struggled with transactions and people scrambled to find fuel, signs of panicked and skeptical reactions to Venezuela’s measures aimed at stabilizing a faltering economy.

Published 3 months ago

Environmentally Unfriendly Deals Highlight Gray Areas for ‘Green Bonds’

Environmentally Unfriendly Deals Highlight Gray Areas for ‘Green Bonds’

The booming world of “green bonds” faces a credibility problem: Definitions can be so fuzzy that environmentally conscious investors might end up funding fossil-fuel power stations.

Published 3 months ago

EPA Is Set to Roll Back Restrictions on Coal-Burning Power Plants

EPA Is Set to Roll Back Restrictions on Coal-Burning Power Plants

The Trump administration plans a rollback of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan with rules that could extend the life of coal-burning plants and lead to emissions of more heat-trapping gases.

Published 3 months ago

Return of Korean War Vets’ Remains Continues Families’ Tough Journey

Return of Korean War Vets’ Remains Continues Families’ Tough Journey

Dorothy Antonelli was born three years after her uncle, Peter A. Patete, went missing in the Korean War in Nov. 1950. At a hotel in Arlington, Va. last week, Ms. Antonelli pressed government officials for answers about the circumstances of his death and the odds of finding his remains.

Published 3 months ago

Brussels to act against tech groups over terror content

Brussels to act against tech groups over terror content

Threat of fines after commission sees insufficient progress on voluntary action

Published 1 second ago

What Greece needs now that its bailout is ending

What Greece needs now that its bailout is ending

Athens must still attract more investment and reform banks to spur growth

Published 1 second 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

Fewer Americans Uproot Themselves for New Jobs

Fewer Americans Uproot Themselves for New Jobs

Fewer Americans are moving around the country to pursue new work opportunities, as a tighter labor market and changing family ties make people less willing to uproot their lives for a job.

Published 3 months ago

Environmentally Unfriendly Deals Highlight Gray Areas for ‘Green Bonds’

Environmentally Unfriendly Deals Highlight Gray Areas for ‘Green Bonds’

The booming world of “green bonds” faces a credibility problem: Definitions can be so fuzzy that environmentally conscious investors might end up funding fossil-fuel power stations.

Published 3 months ago

Wall Street Erases the Line Between Its Jocks and Nerds

Wall Street Erases the Line Between Its Jocks and Nerds

There used to be a strict hierarchy: Traders made money and won glory while programmers wrote code and stayed out of sight. Those days are over.

Published 3 months ago

Return of Korean War Vets’ Remains Continues Families’ Tough Journey

Return of Korean War Vets’ Remains Continues Families’ Tough Journey

Dorothy Antonelli was born three years after her uncle, Peter A. Patete, went missing in the Korean War in Nov. 1950. At a hotel in Arlington, Va. last week, Ms. Antonelli pressed government officials for answers about the circumstances of his death and the odds of finding his remains.

Published 3 months ago

Military Faces a Sweeping Turnover Among Upper Commanders

Military Faces a Sweeping Turnover Among Upper Commanders

President Trump is planning a series of military promotions in coming months to replace a wave of retiring commanders, a move that will mark the administration’s largest imprint on military leadership thus far.

Published 3 months ago

White House lawyer’s testimony to Mueller probe angers Trump

White House lawyer’s testimony to Mueller probe angers Trump

President in fresh attack on inquiry over Russian interference in 2016 election

Published 1 second ago