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Under Pressure at Under Armour, 
		
			
		
	CEO Says His Eye Is on the Ball

Under Pressure at Under Armour, CEO Says His Eye Is on the Ball

Under Armour Inc. Chief Executive Kevin Plank faces sales declines and executive defections at the sportswear maker—and questions from investors about how he is juggling his private ventures at Plank Industries.

Published 3 weeks ago

One Year After Historic Deal, OPEC Succeeds in Propping Up Oil Prices

One Year After Historic Deal, OPEC Succeeds in Propping Up Oil Prices

Investors grew frustrated early in 2017 as a pact made by major oil producers appeared to have little effect on the global supply glut. But prices eventually clawed their way back as production growth in the U.S. ebbed, geopolitical risks intensified, and supply disruptions rose.

Published 3 weeks ago

In Maine, Snow Is Everywhere. But Not Snowplow Drivers.

In Maine, Snow Is Everywhere. But Not Snowplow Drivers.

The New England state is having trouble finding enough workers to help clear roads in the winter, another sign of the way low unemployment is taxing parts of the country.

Published 3 weeks ago

Lunch with the FT: the best interviews of 2017

Lunch with the FT: the best interviews of 2017

Who gave a giant tip? Who had 12 courses? Who admired the ‘brutality’ of Game of Thrones? Have lunch again with Ecclestone, Huppert and Mantel . . .

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Guatemala joins US with Jerusalem embassy move

Guatemala joins US with Jerusalem embassy move

Central American country was one of few to back Washington in UN vote on holy city

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Christmas Day Festivities Begin Around the World

Christmas Day Festivities Begin Around the World

Religious celebrations and festivities were under way on Christmas Day across Asia and Europe, from nativity performances to parades at shopping malls.

Published 3 weeks ago

Guatemala Says It Is Moving Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem

Guatemala Says It Is Moving Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem

Guatemala’s president said the Central American country will move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, becoming the first nation to follow the lead of U.S. President Donald Trump in ordering the change.

Published 3 weeks ago

Peru leader pardons ex-president Fujimori on health grounds

Peru leader pardons ex-president Fujimori on health grounds

Decision closely follows impeachment vote, prompting allegations of a quid pro quo

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In the Instagram Age, White Christmas Trees Rule

In the Instagram Age, White Christmas Trees Rule

As the fake Christmas tree loses its stigma, shoppers are embracing the artificial and going all out with photogenic white ones.

Published 4 weeks ago

Peru’s President Grants Pardon to Alberto Fujimori

Peru’s President Grants Pardon to Alberto Fujimori

Peru’s president granted a medical pardon to the former strongman, who was serving a 25-year prison sentence for human-rights abuses, corruption and the sanctioning of death squads.

Published 3 weeks ago

U.S. Decision to Send Lethal Arms to Ukraine Signals Tougher Stance on Russia

U.S. Decision to Send Lethal Arms to Ukraine Signals Tougher Stance on Russia

President Donald Trump’s decision to provide Javelin antitank missiles to Ukraine is noteworthy for those trying to divine where the White House may be headed in its policy toward the Kremlin.

Published 3 weeks ago

Neuberger Unit Takes Minority Stake in Cerberus’ Credit Arm

Neuberger Unit Takes Minority Stake in Cerberus’ Credit Arm

Dyal Capital Partners bought the stake in Cerberus Business Finance, betting on a firm with a long history of lending to midsize companies.

Published 3 weeks ago

In Saudi Corruption Crackdown, Big Targets Are Going Free

In Saudi Corruption Crackdown, Big Targets Are Going Free

The Saudi government in recent days has released at least two dozen high-profile suspects held in a wide-ranging corruption crackdown, a sign that those accused are increasingly agreeing to settle.

Published 3 weeks ago

North Korea Calls Latest U.N. Sanctions ‘an Act of War’

North Korea Calls Latest U.N. Sanctions ‘an Act of War’

North Korea on Sunday called the latest United Nations sanctions targeting the country “an act of war” that violates its sovereignty and said it is a “pipe dream” for the U.S. to think it will give up its nuclear weapons.

Published 3 weeks ago

US poised to let emerging markets trade pact expire

US poised to let emerging markets trade pact expire

Pressure mounts to let Generalized System of Preferences, which grants tariff-free access to US, fail

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