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Papa John’s Founder Says Resignation Was a Mistake

Papa John’s Founder Says Resignation Was a Mistake

Papa John’s International’s founder John Schnatter said “it was a mistake” to step down as chairman last week and is questioning how the board investigated his use of a racial slur.

Published 4 months ago

Without Better Training, U.S. Will Fall Short on Workers, Economists Say

Without Better Training, U.S. Will Fall Short on Workers, Economists Say

White House economists have identified a potential stumbling block to maintaining the U.S. economy’s momentum: a lack of well-trained workers.

Published 4 months ago

China closes a fifth of foreign university partnerships

China closes a fifth of foreign university partnerships

Move comes as Communist party tightens control over tertiary institutions

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Facebook forced to apologise again over abuse posts

Facebook forced to apologise again over abuse posts

Investigative report reveals failures by social network content moderators

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Trump Reverses Tack on Election Meddling

Trump Reverses Tack on Election Meddling

President Donald Trump said he has “full faith” in U.S. intelligence services and accepts that Russia meddled in the 2016 elections, reversing course from his remarks alongside Vladimir Putin Monday after a barrage of criticism that he failed to stand up to the Russian president.

Published 4 months ago

Powell Says Fed Should Keep Gradually Raising Interest Rates

Powell Says Fed Should Keep Gradually Raising Interest Rates

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell told a Senate panel strong economic growth and stable inflation should keep the central bank on track to gradually raise short-term interest rates.

Published 4 months ago

Nicaragua Cracks Down on Rebel City

Nicaragua Cracks Down on Rebel City

Hundreds of Nicaraguan police and paramilitary forces loyal to President Daniel Ortega swarmed the city of Masaya on Tuesday in a violent effort to quell protests demanding the leader’s ouster.

Published 4 months ago

Texas Instruments CEO Resigns After Code of Conduct Violations

Texas Instruments CEO Resigns After Code of Conduct Violations

Texas Instruments Inc.’s Chief Executive Brian Crutcher has resigned over violations of the company’s code of conduct, the analog chip giant said, less than two months after taking control of the company.

Published 4 months ago

Powell Says Fed Should Keep Gradually Raising Interest Rates

Powell Says Fed Should Keep Gradually Raising Interest Rates

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell told a Senate panel strong economic growth and stable inflation should keep the central bank on track to gradually raise short-term interest rates.

Published 4 months ago

Retirement Bills in Congress Could Alter 401(k) Plans

Retirement Bills in Congress Could Alter 401(k) Plans

Lawmakers are seeking consensus on proposals that could amount to the biggest legislative changes to U.S. retirement savings in more than a decade.

Published 4 months ago

Manufacturing Sector Hits a Sweet Spot

Manufacturing Sector Hits a Sweet Spot

The manufacturing sector staged a quick turnaround in June after a fire at a pickup-truck supplier knocked output lower in May, extending a solid run of growth for U.S. industrial activity.

Published 4 months ago

Goldman Sachs Is Secretive and Hidebound. Its New Chief Wants to Change That

Goldman Sachs Is Secretive and Hidebound. Its New Chief Wants to Change That

David M. Solomon, who was tapped to succeed Lloyd Blankfein as CEO, faces a big task in the postcrisis era as he seeks to make the firm more entrepreneurial and open. “Everything’s on the table,” the new boss has told top executives.

Published 4 months ago

Google faces record fine from Brussels over Android

Google faces record fine from Brussels over Android

Multibillion-euro penalty lined up for abuse of dominant position in mobile operating systems

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Many Chinese consumers ready to boycott US goods in trade war

Many Chinese consumers ready to boycott US goods in trade war

Survey highlights risks in dispute with Trump but Beijing aware of danger of backlash

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Manufacturing Sector Hits a Sweet Spot

Manufacturing Sector Hits a Sweet Spot

The manufacturing sector staged a quick turnaround in June after a fire at a pickup-truck supplier knocked output lower in May, extending a solid run of growth for U.S. industrial activity.

Published 4 months ago