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China Will Do What's Best for China: Not Shooting Markets
Xi Jinping should avoid responding to U.S. tariffs by punishing markets. China's global financial ambitions would be among the casualties. by. Steven Englander. More stories by Steven Englander. April 10, 2018, 9:01 PM PDT. Both sides stand to lose ...
European Antitrust Investigators Raid 21st Century Fox Offices In London
The London offices of Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox have been raided by European investigators looking into possible anti-trust violations related to the media giant's dominant position in broadcasting sports events. Fox's office in Hammersmith ...
Bank of America to step away from clients that make military-style assault rifles for civilians
Bank of America Vice Chairman Anne Finucane said Tuesday the bank has let its gun-maker clients know "it's not our intent to underwrite or finance military-style firearms." Last month, Citigroup said it would bar companies with which it does business ...
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Theranos Lays Off Most of Its Remaining Workforce
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Elizabeth Holmes, the Silicon Valley firm's founder and CEO, announced the layoffs less than a month after settling civil fraud charges with the SEC. Above, Ms. Holmes in 2015. Photo: glenn chapman/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images. By. John Carreyrou ...
Washington agrees to 10-year deal with Adidas
SEATTLE — Adidas will become Washington's official apparel and footwear provider under a 10-year deal announced by the school Tuesday. The university's board of regents must still approve the contract, which would run through June 2029. The Seattle ...
Asia closes mixed with trade in focus as recent investor confidence wavers
Asian stocks closed mixed, with several markets giving up early gains after recent trade fears waned in the last session. The overnight pick up in investor confidence, on the back of conciliatory remarks on trade from Chinese President Xi Jinping ...
'Curbing our enthusiasm' — big bank takes a knife to its S&P 500 target
Today isn't looking that stormy for markets, as traders worldwide seem to like the Chinese president's big speech. Xi Jinping talked about opening up the country's markets and cutting tariffs on imported cars, though pundits are dissing his talk at the ...
Strawberries, spinach top 'Dirty Dozen' list of fruits and vegetables with most pesticides
If you're wary of the promises of organic produce, maybe you should at the very least start eating organic strawberries, recent research suggests. For the third straight year, strawberries top the Environmental Working Group's Dirty Dozen list of ...
Ignore those 'warranty-void-if-removed' stickers because the FTC says they're worthless
Warranty-void-if-removed stickers are one of the biggest barriers to fixing things yourself. You might want to go digging around inside your external hard drive to see why it just decided to die, but in doing so, you'll probably have to pierce a small ...
Tesco shines in home market, beats annual profit forecast
The supermarket group, which is expanding to provide food to restaurants, bars and smaller rivals with a 4 billion pound ($5.7 billion) purchase of wholesaler Booker, made an operating profit of 1.644 billion pounds in the year to Feb. 24. Shares in ...