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Apple’s Market Cap Hits $1 Trillion

Apple’s Market Cap Hits $1 Trillion

The Silicon Valley giant became the first U.S.-listed company to surpass $1 trillion in market value, underscoring the iPhone maker’s explosive growth and its role in fueling the rise of the technology industry to the forefront of the global economy.

Published 1 week ago

Trump Administration Aims to Freeze Fuel Standards, End Tougher California Rules

Trump Administration Aims to Freeze Fuel Standards, End Tougher California Rules

The Trump administration is proposing to freeze fuel-efficiency standards for cars and light trucks in 2020, a move that will ease rules for auto makers and likely intensify a legal fight with California.

Published 1 week ago

Thousands of North Korean Workers Enter Russia Despite U.N. Ban

Thousands of North Korean Workers Enter Russia Despite U.N. Ban

Russia is letting thousands of new North Korean laborers enter the country and issuing fresh work permits—actions U.S. officials say potentially violate sanctions aimed at cutting cash flows to Pyongyang and coercing it into giving up nuclear weapons.

Published 1 week ago

Bank of England Raises Interest Rates to Highest Level Since 2009

Bank of England Raises Interest Rates to Highest Level Since 2009

The Bank of England raised its benchmark interest rate for only the second time in a decade, as worries over inflation trumped concerns about Brexit and a brewing global trade war.

Published 1 week ago

Google’s Road Back to China Littered With Obstacles

Google’s Road Back to China Littered With Obstacles

Google’s development of a censor-friendly mobile search app sent shares of China’s dominant search engine plunging, but analysts cautioned Google still faces hurdles in regaining reentry to the country.

Published 1 week ago

Fake Facebook Accounts Latched On to Real U.S. Protest Groups

Fake Facebook Accounts Latched On to Real U.S. Protest Groups

Organizers of fake Facebook accounts sought to work alongside legitimate groups organizing protests in the U.S., a new strategy in efforts to sow discord through social media.

Published 1 week ago

With GOP District in Jeopardy, Trump to Stump in Ohio Special Election

With GOP District in Jeopardy, Trump to Stump in Ohio Special Election

President Trump is heading to central Ohio to shore up support Saturday for a Republican House candidate who has struggled to raise money and is failing to motivate GOP voters.

Published 1 week ago

Apple becomes first US-listed company to hit $1tn market cap

Apple becomes first US-listed company to hit $1tn market cap

Vindication for Tim Cook as tech group beats Amazon, Microsoft and Alphabet to milestone

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Trump administration proposes weaker auto emissions rules

Trump administration proposes weaker auto emissions rules

EPA sets up conflict over standards between federal government and California

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Trump Administration Aims to Freeze Fuel Standards, End Tougher California Rules

Trump Administration Aims to Freeze Fuel Standards, End Tougher California Rules

The Trump administration is proposing to freeze fuel-efficiency standards for cars and light trucks in 2020, a move that will ease rules for auto makers and also likely intensify a legal fight with California.

Published 1 week ago

Cindy Brown Hit It Big in Kidney Beans. Then Came the Tariffs.

Cindy Brown Hit It Big in Kidney Beans. Then Came the Tariffs.

At Chippewa Valley Bean Co. in Wisconsin, export orders dried up after the EU imposed tariffs in retaliation for America’s on steel and aluminum. The ripples are reaching U.S. vendors and farmers, while in Europe, some bean buyers are looking elsewhere for supplies.

Published 1 week ago

U.S. Pressures China With Punitive Trade, Defense Measures

U.S. Pressures China With Punitive Trade, Defense Measures

The U.S. turned up the heat on China, with the Trump administration threatening to more than double proposed tariffs on imports while Congress passed a bill designed to restrict Beijing’s economic and military activity.

Published 2 weeks ago

Russia Is Issuing North Korean Work Permits Despite U.N. Ban

Russia Is Issuing North Korean Work Permits Despite U.N. Ban

Russia is letting thousands of new North Korean laborers enter the country and issuing fresh work permits—actions U.S. officials say potentially violate sanctions aimed at cutting cash flows to Pyongyang and coercing it into giving up nuclear weapons.

Published 1 week ago

Russia Is Issuing North Korean Work Permits Despite U.N. Ban

Russia Is Issuing North Korean Work Permits Despite U.N. Ban

Russia is letting thousands of new North Korean laborers enter the country and issuing fresh work permits—actions U.S. officials say potentially violate sanctions aimed at cutting cash flows to Pyongyang and coercing it into giving up nuclear weapons.

Published 1 week ago

Bank of England Raises Interest Rates to Highest Level Since 2009

Bank of England Raises Interest Rates to Highest Level Since 2009

The Bank of England raised its benchmark interest rate for only the second time in a decade, as worries over inflation trumped concerns about Brexit and a brewing global trade war.

Published 1 week ago