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Shifting Who Bails Out Troubled Banks in Europe

Shifting Who Bails Out Troubled Banks in Europe

The Portuguese government lost its majority over a plan for a taxpayer-funded rescue of Banco Internacional do Funchal, also known as Banif.

Looming China Trade Action Divides Industry and Roils Markets

Looming China Trade Action Divides Industry and Roils Markets

A Chinese state-owned steel plant last year in Hebei. Many of the trade measures that President Trump has proposed, including tariffs on foreign steel and aluminum, have divided his own advisers, the business community and the Republican Party.

Alexis Ohanian Talks Reddit, Serena Williams and Metallica

Alexis Ohanian Talks Reddit, Serena Williams and Metallica

Alexis Ohanian, a co-founder of Reddit, said "the overarching goal here is to create an environment where people can feel like they are able to be authentic and genuine, right up to the point where we can still have a platform where anyone can feel like they can find their home there."

E.U. Should Offer Turkey a Better Deal After Its Elections

E.U. Should Offer Turkey a Better Deal After Its Elections

A demonstrator in Istanbul at a memorial for the victims of the Oct. 10 bomb blasts that killed more than 100 people in the Turkish capital, Ankara.

Huawei’s New Front in the Global Technology Cold War: Australia

Huawei’s New Front in the Global Technology Cold War: Australia

A Huawei sign at a consumer electronics show in Shanghai this month. The company appears to be increasingly caught in a debate in Australia about Chinese companies.

A Strategy for Pensions at Risk of Extinction

A Strategy for Pensions at Risk of Extinction

Alicia Munnell, an economist with a focus on retirement.

Last-Minute Rush to Prepay Taxes Gives Way to Confusion and Anger

Last-Minute Rush to Prepay Taxes Gives Way to Confusion and Anger

Residents in Clarkstown, N.Y., began lining up at the tax office before 9 a.m. on Thursday to get their property tax bill and then pay it.

Canada and U.S. Meet as Trump Moves Ahead With Mexico Trade Deal

Canada and U.S. Meet as Trump Moves Ahead With Mexico Trade Deal

Canada’s foreign minister, Chrystia Freeland, headed to Washington on Tuesday to discuss the trade pact after President Trump threatened to move ahead with just Mexico.

A Tech Guru Captivated Canada. Then He Fled to China.

A Tech Guru Captivated Canada. Then He Fled to China.

The offices of Istuary Innovation Group in Vancouver were emptied by an auction house late last year. A British Columbia provincial employment department has ordered the company to pay around $2.2 million in back wages to more than 150 employees.

Economists Say U.S. Tariffs Are Wrong Move on a Valid Issue

Economists Say U.S. Tariffs Are Wrong Move on a Valid Issue

A shipment of soybeans at the Chinese port of Nantong. Many economists say the use of tariffs to address trade grievances with China will backfire on the United States, raising costs to its businesses and consumers and inviting retaliation against its exporters.

Why Is Pay Lagging? Maybe Too Many Mergers in the Heartland

Why Is Pay Lagging? Maybe Too Many Mergers in the Heartland

Matt Gies, a farm-equipment mechanic, repairing a tractor for a client in his shop at his farm in Berlin, Wis.

Ads for American Airlines Seek ‘Great’ Results

Ads for American Airlines Seek ‘Great’ Results

An American Airlines ad for the New York market, part of a new campaign with the theme "Going for great."

How Marc Jacobs Fell Out of Fashion

How Marc Jacobs Fell Out of Fashion

Though the fortunes of the fashion designer Marc Jacobs have fallen in recent years, he can still attract a celebrity following. In 2015, he waited patiently for Cher, his date to that year’s Met Gala.

Europe Retaliates Against Trump Tariffs

Europe Retaliates Against Trump Tariffs

Daimler, the maker of Mercedes cars and S.U.V.s, could face a sales slump if China makes good on its tariff threats.

Warren Buffett’s Succession Plan Is Down to Two

Warren Buffett’s Succession Plan Is Down to Two

Gregory Abel, left, will become vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway’s non-insurance businesses, and Ajit Jain will serve as vice chairman of the conglomerate’s insurance operations.

Shake Shack’s Shares Could Hint at Overvaluation

Shake Shack’s Shares Could Hint at Overvaluation

Shake Shack's stock is now trading at more than four times its I.P.O. price.


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