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Canada’s Auto Capital Caught in Crossfire of Trade Dispute

Canada’s Auto Capital Caught in Crossfire of Trade Dispute

In Windsor, Ontario, angst is rising that the border town’s ties to the U.S. auto industry, already strained by steel tariffs, could soon be ruptured by President Trump’s threatened tariffs on Canadian-made cars.

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

As Euro Crisis Ends, Italy Stokes Fear of a Revival

As Euro Crisis Ends, Italy Stokes Fear of a Revival

The end of Greece’s marathon bailout would mark the closure of the eurozone crisis but events in Italy are fueling fears that all is not well with the euro after all.

Published 3 months ago

Platform companies have to learn to share

Platform companies have to learn to share

The gig economy has not eliminated issues of power between workers and employers

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In quarterly earnings reporting, guidance is the real tyranny

In quarterly earnings reporting, guidance is the real tyranny

Companies should set long-term targets and be judged against them

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Israel Closes Pedestrian Crossing With Gaza

Israel Closes Pedestrian Crossing With Gaza

Israel closed its only pedestrian crossing with the Gaza Strip in response to violent protests at the border fence, a move that comes amid a fragile truce and talks for a long-term cease-fire.

Published 3 months ago

US companies push rising costs on to customers

US companies push rising costs on to customers

Price inflation has been a recurring theme of US second-quarter earnings briefings

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China’s Anbang Puts a $5.5 Billion Luxury Hotel Portfolio on the Block

China’s Anbang Puts a $5.5 Billion Luxury Hotel Portfolio on the Block

The insurer paid $5.5 billion in 2016 to acquire the portfolio that includes properties in Manhattan, Chicago and Miami, but it’s now looking to sell to raise cash.

Published 3 months ago

NYPD Loosens Its Marijuana Arrest Policy

NYPD Loosens Its Marijuana Arrest Policy

As a part of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s relaxed policy on marijuana enforcement, set to take effect next month, the New York Police Department won’t arrest those who have an open summons warrant

Published 3 months ago

Midwest farmers take Trump to task over biofuels mandate

Midwest farmers take Trump to task over biofuels mandate

EPA move to water down standard could reduce demand for corn as producer profits slide

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Saipem’s robots set to cap undersea oil blowouts

Saipem’s robots set to cap undersea oil blowouts

Saipem system can operate under exclusion zones that keep ships away from damaged wells

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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

Sears CEO Puts His Own Board on the Spot

Sears CEO Puts His Own Board on the Spot

For years Edward Lampert has called the shots at Sears as its chief executive, largest shareholder and biggest lender. But his latest play to keep the struggling chain afloat is out of his hands.

Published 3 months ago

As Euro Crisis Ends, Italy Stokes Fear of a Revival

As Euro Crisis Ends, Italy Stokes Fear of a Revival

The end of Greece’s marathon bailout would mark the closure of the eurozone crisis but events in Italy are fueling fears that all is not well with the euro after all.

Published 3 months ago