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U.S. Economy Grew At 4.1% Rate in Second Quarter

U.S. Economy Grew At 4.1% Rate in Second Quarter

The U.S. economy grew at the strongest pace in nearly four years during the second quarter, powered by a rebound in consumer spending, exports and firm business investment.

Published 2 weeks ago

Trump Administration Tries to Ease Republican Worries About Trade Fights

Trump Administration Tries to Ease Republican Worries About Trade Fights

The Trump administration touted its truce with Europe to nervous lawmakers as evidence that its trade policies are starting to show results, but Republicans pushed the administration to accelerate efforts on other trade fronts.

Published 2 weeks ago

Twitter User Numbers Slip as It Shuts Fake Accounts; Stock Drops

Twitter User Numbers Slip as It Shuts Fake Accounts; Stock Drops

Twitter said its number of monthly users dropped in the second quarter and could continue to fall as it purges fake accounts. Shares declined in premarket trading.

Published 2 weeks ago

Facebook Isn’t as Cheap as It Looks

Facebook Isn’t as Cheap as It Looks

A controversial outlook takes down the stock’s valuation, but unique risks still aren’t priced in.

Published 2 weeks ago

U.S. Probes Web of Businesses for Ties to Alleged Hezbollah Supporters

U.S. Probes Web of Businesses for Ties to Alleged Hezbollah Supporters

U.S. officials are probing a transcontinental network of real estate, weapons and electronic firms for ties to two Lebanese men blacklisted for their alleged support of terrorist group Hezbollah.

Published 2 weeks ago

‘I Quit, I Quit!’ Boardroom Turmoil Aggravates Univision’s Problems

‘I Quit, I Quit!’ Boardroom Turmoil Aggravates Univision’s Problems

Clashing egos and feuds over the company’s future have engulfed the U.S.’s largest Spanish-language broadcasting outlet, complicating its response to strategic challenges, including the rise of cord cutting. Its new CEO has to both cut costs and restore morale.

Published 2 weeks ago

Twitter User Numbers Slip as It Shuts Down Fake Accounts

Twitter User Numbers Slip as It Shuts Down Fake Accounts

Twitter said its number of monthly users dropped in the second quarter and could continue to fall as it purges fake accounts—illustrating the challenges social-media companies face in trying to clean up their platforms.

Published 2 weeks ago

You’re a CEO—Stop Talking Like a Political Activist

You’re a CEO—Stop Talking Like a Political Activist

Many corporate leaders who speak out on divisive social issues forget to make a business case for their views; the Ronald Reagan model.

Published 2 weeks ago

Wildfire Drives Tourists From Yosemite, Takes Local Economy With It

Wildfire Drives Tourists From Yosemite, Takes Local Economy With It

Normally teeming with tourists this time of year, Yosemite National Park has been turned into a no man’s land as smoke from a raging forest fire cloaks the park and its most famous attractions.

Published 2 weeks ago

Twitter shares drop as much as 20% after fall in monthly usage

Twitter shares drop as much as 20% after fall in monthly usage

Tumble follows steep decline in shares of fellow social network Facebook

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Facebook Isn’t as Cheap as It Looks

Facebook Isn’t as Cheap as It Looks

A controversial outlook takes down the stock’s valuation, but unique risks still aren’t priced in.

Published 2 weeks ago