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CEO Tenure Is Getting Shorter. Maybe That’s a Good Thing.

CEO Tenure Is Getting Shorter. Maybe That’s a Good Thing.

GE’s John Flannery is the latest chief executive to fall victim to a board’s impatience. But more broadly, there’s evidence that corporate chiefs shouldn’t stay in their roles too long.

Published 2 weeks ago

The Battle of the Pickleball Court: Retirement Wealth Gap Disrupts Old Age

The Battle of the Pickleball Court: Retirement Wealth Gap Disrupts Old Age

Many middle-class Americans are financially unprepared for retirement—and that is leading to an array of social tensions with neighbors on more solid footing, especially in planned communities. At one over-55 village, the debate has centered around pickleball and its costs.

Published 2 weeks ago

Trump Aims to Model New Trade Deals on Revised Nafta

Trump Aims to Model New Trade Deals on Revised Nafta

The Trump administration aims to step up trade talks with other countries, using its new pact with Canada and Mexico as a template for redefining rules on everything from foreign exchange and labor markets to how U.S. partners do business with China.

Published 2 weeks ago

MacArthur ‘Genius Grant’ Winners Include Sci-Fi Junkie and an MIT Economist

MacArthur ‘Genius Grant’ Winners Include Sci-Fi Junkie and an MIT Economist

A chemist working on a device to identify cancerous tissues during surgery, an MIT economist, and a scientist who studies how the earth and moon were formed are among winners of this year’s “genius grants.”

Published 2 weeks ago

Hedge Fund Criterion Capital to Shut Down After 16 Years

Hedge Fund Criterion Capital to Shut Down After 16 Years

Hedge fund Criterion Capital Management is shutting down after 16 years in business, the second large fund to announce its closure this week.

Published 2 weeks ago

What’s the Best Streaming Live TV Bundle for You?

What’s the Best Streaming Live TV Bundle for You?

Compare plan pricing and channel lineups from DirecTV Now, PlayStation Vue, Sling TV and more

Published 2 weeks ago

Key Republicans vouch for FBI’s Kavanaugh report

Key Republicans vouch for FBI’s Kavanaugh report

Senate GOP leaders prepare for final vote on Supreme Court nominee

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U.S. Stocks Decline as Rising Bond Yields Reverberate

U.S. Stocks Decline as Rising Bond Yields Reverberate

U.S. stocks moved lower, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average easing from a fresh record, as a rise in U.S. Treasury yields to multiyear highs reverberated around the world.

Published 2 weeks ago

Why You’re Buying Products From Companies You’ve Never Heard Of

Why You’re Buying Products From Companies You’ve Never Heard Of

The microbrand trend—think Casper Mattresses and Rowing Blazers—is changing who launches products, how they’re funded, manufactured, advertised and even how they are conceived in the first place.

Published 2 weeks ago

Hedge Fund Criterion Capital to Shut Down After 16 Years

Hedge Fund Criterion Capital to Shut Down After 16 Years

Hedge fund Criterion Capital Management is shutting down after 16 years in business, the second large fund to announce its closure this week.

Published 2 weeks ago

CEO Tenure Is Getting Shorter. Maybe That’s a Good Thing.

CEO Tenure Is Getting Shorter. Maybe That’s a Good Thing.

GE’s John Flannery is the latest chief executive to fall victim to a board’s impatience. But more broadly, there’s evidence that corporate chiefs shouldn’t stay in their roles too long.

Published 2 weeks ago

The Battle of the Pickleball Court: Retirement Wealth Gap Disrupts Old Age

The Battle of the Pickleball Court: Retirement Wealth Gap Disrupts Old Age

Many middle-class Americans are financially unprepared for retirement—and that is leading to an array of social tensions with neighbors on more solid footing, especially in planned communities. At one over-55 village, the debate has centered around pickleball and its costs.

Published 2 weeks ago

Campbell in Talks to Sell Fresh Unit to Investors Led by Former Bolthouse CEO

Campbell in Talks to Sell Fresh Unit to Investors Led by Former Bolthouse CEO

Campbell Soup is in talks to sell its fresh-foods business to investors led by Bolthouse Farms’ former chief executive.

Published 2 weeks ago

Some Democrats Want Medicare for All. Others Aren’t So Sure.

Some Democrats Want Medicare for All. Others Aren’t So Sure.

As Democrats enter the final sprint in a campaign where health care is a dominant issue and a House takeover seems achievable, they are split on whether to promise coverage for everyone, or campaign on the more modest goal of fixing the Obama-era health law.

Published 2 weeks ago

What’s the Best Streaming Live TV Bundle for You?

What’s the Best Streaming Live TV Bundle for You?

Compare plan pricing and channel lineups from DirecTV Now, PlayStation Vue, Sling TV and more

Published 2 weeks ago