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U.S. to Apply Tariffs on $50 Billion of Chinese Imports

U.S. to Apply Tariffs on $50 Billion of Chinese Imports

President Donald Trump is expected Thursday to announce new tariffs on Chinese imports. They could be levied on $50 billion worth of imports, said an individual with knowledge of the plans.

Published 2 months ago

Next Worry for Facebook: Disenchanted Users

Next Worry for Facebook: Disenchanted Users

Facebook’s handling of user data has upset lawmakers and regulators in multiple countries, but the biggest risk to its business could come from angry users.

Published 2 months ago

Facebook’s Zuckerberg finally speaks but not everyone is satisfied

Facebook’s Zuckerberg finally speaks but not everyone is satisfied

Chief’s comments after Cambridge Analytica scandal meet mixed response

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Police release video of Uber fatal collision

Police release video of Uber fatal collision

Footage seems to show car heading straight into woman walking bicycle across road

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The FT Top 400 Financial Advisers 2018

The FT Top 400 Financial Advisers 2018

The ranking of the best US professionals for investors, listed by state

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New York vs London: which is the better city for bringing up kids?

New York vs London: which is the better city for bringing up kids?

In London, parenting feels like less of a competitive sport than in New York

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In Mixed-Race Brazil, Sperm Imports From U.S. Whites Are Booming

In Mixed-Race Brazil, Sperm Imports From U.S. Whites Are Booming

Over the past seven years, human semen imports from the U.S. to Brazil have surged some 3,000%, with most buyers selecting donors whose online profiles suggest they will yield light-complexioned and preferably blue-eyed children.

Published 2 months ago

US banks in ‘arms race’ for deposits as rates rise

US banks in ‘arms race’ for deposits as rates rise

Big banks face online competition after paying rock-bottom fees to retail customers

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Death of Texas teacher highlights true cost of US drugs

Death of Texas teacher highlights true cost of US drugs

Flu victim should have paid much less for her medication, data show

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Fed’s Mission Improbable: Lift Unemployment—but Avoid Recession

Fed’s Mission Improbable: Lift Unemployment—but Avoid Recession

The Federal Reserve is attempting in the next few years something it has never accomplished before: guide unemployment up without causing a recession. It faces high odds of failure—and little alternative path.

Published 2 months ago

Biggest Three Banks Gobble Up $2.4 Trillion in New Deposits Since Crisis

Biggest Three Banks Gobble Up $2.4 Trillion in New Deposits Since Crisis

Americans are parking more money with the biggest banks than ever before, cementing the firms’ dominance of the financial industry less than a decade after the crisis.

Published 2 months ago

Whole Foods Is Losing Executives Under New Owner Amazon

Whole Foods Is Losing Executives Under New Owner Amazon

More than a dozen executives and senior managers have left Whole Foods in the seven months since its acquisition by Amazon.com—leaving some suppliers and shoppers worried the chain’s retailing mojo won’t endure.

Published 2 months ago

Congress Plans to Allow Gun-Violence Research

Congress Plans to Allow Gun-Violence Research

Congress paved the way for a resumption of public-health research into gun violence by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one of several measures in a broad spending bill to address the Parkland, Fla., shooting.

Published 2 months ago

To Manage Storms, Airlines Try to Keep Passengers Away From Airports

To Manage Storms, Airlines Try to Keep Passengers Away From Airports

Carriers have become more adept at juggling adverse weather and have tried to deter passengers from even heading to the airport when flights are grounded.

Published 2 months ago