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Aluminum Makers’ Profits Suffer as Prices Rise for Key Ingredient

Aluminum Makers’ Profits Suffer as Prices Rise for Key Ingredient

The Trump administration’s aluminum tariffs are aimed at boosting U.S. producers’ profits, but the administration’s sanctions against Rusal are having the opposite effect.

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The deluge of vitriol swamping American politics

The deluge of vitriol swamping American politics

The constitution has become a plaything of two increasingly venomous parties

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What rise and fall of the fiduciary rule means for US advisers

What rise and fall of the fiduciary rule means for US advisers

Retirement savers will need to educate themselves and take greater ownership of their fate

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Petrobras to Pay $853.2 Million to Settle Corruption Investigations in U.S., Brazil

Petrobras to Pay $853.2 Million to Settle Corruption Investigations in U.S., Brazil

Petrobras said Thursday it had agreed to an $853.2 million settlement with U.S. and Brazilian law-enforcement authorities to end yearslong investigations into one of the biggest corruption schemes ever uncovered.

Published 3 months ago

Criminal Trial to Cap Off Tumultuous Year in NCAA Basketball

Criminal Trial to Cap Off Tumultuous Year in NCAA Basketball

The first of three criminal trials stemming from a sprawling probe of alleged corruption in college basketball is set to begin next week, a critical test for an investigation that rattled the sport with charges of bribery at some of the country’s most-storied basketball programs.

Published 3 months ago

New Laws Aim to Make Work Hours More Predictable

New Laws Aim to Make Work Hours More Predictable

City and state governments are weighing how employee hours are set in an attempt to give shift workers more predictability and stability.

Published 3 months ago

Criminal Trial to Cap Off Tumultuous Year in NCAA Basketball

Criminal Trial to Cap Off Tumultuous Year in NCAA Basketball

The first of three criminal trials stemming from a sprawling probe of alleged corruption in college basketball is set to begin next week, a critical test for an investigation that rattled the sport with charges of bribery at some of the country’s most-storied basketball programs.

Published 3 months ago

Widely Used Election Systems Are Vulnerable to Attack, Report Finds

Widely Used Election Systems Are Vulnerable to Attack, Report Finds

Election machines used in more than half of U.S. states carry a flaw disclosed more than a decade ago that makes them vulnerable to a cyberattack, according to a new report.

Published 3 months ago

Kavanaugh accuser to testify she feared rape by Supreme Court nominee

Kavanaugh accuser to testify she feared rape by Supreme Court nominee

Christine Blasey Ford releases prepared testimony ahead of Senate hearing

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Beer-loving Bavaria falls for Green party cocktail

Beer-loving Bavaria falls for Green party cocktail

Pro-Europe and liberal on migrants, environmentalists stand out from bigger rivals

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China’s Detentions of Muslims Trigger Protests in Islamic World

China’s Detentions of Muslims Trigger Protests in Islamic World

Pakistan expressed concern to China about its mass detention of Muslim Uighurs, a rare indication of official concern about the issue within the Islamic world and part of a growing backlash.

Published 3 months ago

At Fashion Week, Gucci Is King of Social-Media Buzz

At Fashion Week, Gucci Is King of Social-Media Buzz

Gucci has come to dominate fashion season social media, but rivals are catching up.

Published 3 months ago

Crypto Meets Wall Street as Bitcoin Mining Giant Bitmain Files for IPO

Crypto Meets Wall Street as Bitcoin Mining Giant Bitmain Files for IPO

Bitmain, the world’s largest cryptocurrency mining company, is planning to pursue an initial public offering in Hong Kong, one of the first major instances where the traditional capital markets and the newer cryptocurrency world will collide.

Published 3 months ago

Trump Says He Doesn’t Want to Fire Rosenstein

Trump Says He Doesn’t Want to Fire Rosenstein

President Trump said he doesn’t want to fire Rod Rosenstein and may postpone a highly anticipated meeting with the deputy attorney general scheduled for Thursday.

Published 3 months ago

How China Systematically Pries Technology From U.S. Companies

How China Systematically Pries Technology From U.S. Companies

Beijing is increasingly leaning on an array of levers to extract intellectual property—sometimes coercively—say U.S. companies. China says it’s payment for market access. The phenomenon is central to the trade fight between the two countries.

Published 3 months ago