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Trade Concerns Hammer Global Auto Stocks

Hace 2 horas 47 mins
Global auto stocks were pummeled after Daimler issued a profit warning overnight that it blamed on trade tensions between the U.S. and China.

Supreme Court Rules States Can Require Online Retailers to Collect Sales Tax

Hace 3 horas 3 mins
States have the authority to require online retailers to collect sales taxes, the Supreme Court ruled Thursday, erasing a price advantage internet merchants have had in wooing consumers away from real-world stores.

Eh Tu? Canada's Tariff Response Targets U.S. Hankies, Boats, Jam

Hace 3 horas 40 mins
America’s northern neighbor prepares to retaliate against Trump’s trade sanctions by listing imports that perplex some companies affected; playing cards, ball-point pens, ‘prepared meals, of bovine.’

Intel CEO Resigns Over Relationship With Employee

Hace 3 horas 53 mins
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich resigned after the company determined he violated company policy by having a past, consensual relationship with an Intel employee.

Martin Sorrell Criticizes WPP's Strategy Following His Departure

Hace 4 horas 11 mins
WPP founder Martin Sorrell lashed out at the ad giant, criticizing the company’s strategy as well as its handling of his resignation as chief executive.

Job Layoff Gauge Falls Heading into the Summer Months

Hace 4 horas 40 mins
The number of Americans filing applications for new unemployment benefits fell for the fourth straight week in mid-June, signaling continued strength in the labor market.

Kroger's New Approach to Stocking Shelves Is Boosting Earnings

Hace 4 horas 41 mins
Kroger delivered stronger than expected earnings and sales growth on Thursday, sending its stock up around 10% in early trading.

AT&T Unveils $15-a-Month Video Service

Hace 4 horas 46 mins
The service, tentatively named WatchTV, aims to use a “skinny bundle” of channels to recapture some of the millions of cord-cutters who dropped cable and satellite television.

This Upstart Wants to Be the Grubhub of China (and the Yelp, and the Groupon, and the Kayak)

Hace 6 horas 20 mins
Meituan-Dianping defies easy comparison to a like company in the U.S., instead providing a range of services similar to those of Yelp, Groupon and Grubhub in a single app.

Companies Race to Top Off Pension Plans to Capitalize on Tax Break

Hace 6 horas 51 mins
Companies with underfunded pensions have a rare opportunity to score a tax break in the coming months.

As OPEC Meets to Lift Output, Big Oil Companies Are Holding Back

Hace 8 horas 21 mins
Rather than responding to rising prices with fresh investment, Western oil companies have retrenched, a move many now say threatens a longer-term supply crunch.

Insurers to Expand Presence in Affordable Care Act Marketplaces

Hace 10 horas 25 mins
After years of pullbacks, insurers are increasing their footprints in the Affordable Care Act marketplaces next year, despite uncertainty including the latest court challenge to the health law.

A Spotify for Videogames? Companies Look Up to Cloud for Game Services

Hace 11 horas 36 mins
Japanese videogame publisher Capcom may bring more high-end games to Nintendo’s Switch in a cloud-based streaming service, one sign that videogames could follow a path already well established for movies and music.

Cruise-Control Glitch Makes Fiat Chrysler No. 1 in Recalls

Hace 12 horas 1 min
Fiat Chrysler’s recall in May of more than five million vehicles, because of a flaw that could prevent drivers from canceling cruise control, has made it the car maker with the most recalls in the U.S.

Retirees Grow, Workforce Shrinks in Strain on U.S. Retirement Programs

Hace 14 horas 42 mins
Retiring baby boomers are reshaping the U.S. into a country with fewer workers to support the elderly—a shift that will add to strains on Social Security and sharpen the debate on the role of immigration in the workforce.

Major Airlines Say No to Transporting Children Separated From Immigrant Parents

Hace 16 horas 15 mins
Several U.S. airlines have told federal officials they don’t want to transport children separated from their parents attempting to illegally cross the U.S.-Mexico border.

Germany's Largest Auto Makers Back Scrapping EU-U.S. Car Import Tariffs

Hace 16 horas 28 mins
Germany’s leading auto makers have thrown their support behind the abolition of all import tariffs for cars between the EU and the U.S. in an effort to find a peaceful solution to the brewing trade war.

To Ease U.S. Concerns, Chinese Shipper Offers to Put California Terminal in a Trust

Mié, 06/20/2018 - 23:56
Chinese state-run shipping firm Cosco has offered to put a large container terminal in Long Beach, Calif., in a U.S.-run trust to allay U.S. national-security concerns about Chinese ownership of the facility.

DOT Watchdog Reviews FAA Oversight of Southwest Airlines

Mié, 06/20/2018 - 23:27
The Transportation Department’s inspector general is examining whether federal aviation inspectors have done enough to ensure safety in policing operations of Southwest Airlines.

Publisher of National Enquirer Subpoenaed in Michael Cohen Probe

Mié, 06/20/2018 - 23:02
Federal authorities have subpoenaed the publisher of the National Enquirer for records related to its $150,000 payment to a former Playboy model for her story alleging an affair with Donald Trump, according to people familiar with the matter.

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