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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

Oil price rise puts Asian economies under pressure

Oil price rise puts Asian economies under pressure

Current account deficits and falling currencies leave India and Indonesia particularly exposed

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High-profile Indian bank chief steps down amid inquiry

High-profile Indian bank chief steps down amid inquiry

Chanda Kochhar resigns from ICICI Bank, India’s second-largest private sector lender

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Oil industry snubs EU effort to defy Trump sanctions on Iran

Oil industry snubs EU effort to defy Trump sanctions on Iran

Big companies say payments plan would not protect them from US penalties

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U.S. Readies New Charges Against Russian Hackers

U.S. Readies New Charges Against Russian Hackers

The U.S. Justice Department said it would announce charges against seven Russian military intelligence officers, while the British and Dutch governments accused the intelligence unit of directing a series of high-profile online hacks.

Published 2 weeks ago

Senators Begin Review of FBI Report on Kavanaugh

Senators Begin Review of FBI Report on Kavanaugh

As Senators began to review a highly anticipated FBI report on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, the White House said it found no corroboration of the sexual-misconduct allegations against him after examining the results.

Published 2 weeks ago

Surging Treasury Yields Ripple Globally

Surging Treasury Yields Ripple Globally

The sudden rise in Treasury yields reverberated globally, underlining how the U.S. economy has powered ahead even as the rest of the world is struggling to keep up.

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

Anxiety Starts to Grow in Junk-Bond Market

Anxiety Starts to Grow in Junk-Bond Market

Money gets pulled from a high-yield-credit ETF at the fastest pace since 2016 as investors seek to hedge by buying protective options.

Published 2 weeks ago

U.S. Readies New Charges Against Russian Hackers

U.S. Readies New Charges Against Russian Hackers

The U.S. Justice Department said it would announce charges against seven Russian military intelligence officers, while the British and Dutch governments accused the intelligence unit of directing a series of high-profile online hacks.

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 target centrist voters by campaigning on the more modest goal of fixing the Obama-era health law.

Published 2 weeks ago

Anxiety Starts to Grow in Junk-Bond Market

Anxiety Starts to Grow in Junk-Bond Market

Money gets pulled from a high-yield-credit ETF at the fastest pace since 2016 as investors seek to hedge by buying protective options.

Published 2 weeks ago

Hurricane Florence’s Force Is Still Felt in North Carolina Weeks Later

Hurricane Florence’s Force Is Still Felt in North Carolina Weeks Later

Though floodwaters have largely receded, the impact of Hurricane Florence is still being felt in nearly every aspect of life in eastern North Carolina.

Published 2 weeks ago

Danske Bank Under Criminal Investigation by U.S. Justice Department

Danske Bank Under Criminal Investigation by U.S. Justice Department

The DOJ has begun a criminal investigation into Danske Bank, escalating a probe into how $233 billion from Russia and other former Soviet states entered Europe.

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 target centrist voters by campaigning on the more modest goal of fixing the Obama-era health law.

Published 2 weeks ago