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21.02.19 - 06:54
Huawei′s Surveillance Business Hits Snag in Philippines (WSJ EN)
 
U.S. pressure on Huawei Technologies is echoing in the Philippines, where lawmakers worry that a $400 million video surveillance project using the Chinese company’s gear poses national security risks....
21.02.19 - 06:54
Zimbabwe Abandons Its Dollar Peg, Effectively Introduces New Currency (WSJ EN)
 
Zimbabwe, which has been using the U.S. dollar for the past decade, effectively introduced its own currency again, admitting that dollars stored in local bank accounts are worth only a fraction of their stated value....
21.02.19 - 06:54
India Finds Limited Options as Modi Crafts Response to Kashmir Attack (WSJ EN)
 
As pressure in India builds on Prime Minister Narendra Modi to respond to the deadliest terrorist attack on security forces in a generation, the range of options available to him appears limited....
21.02.19 - 06:54
Putin Ratchets Up Nuclear Warning Against U.S. (WSJ EN)
 
President Vladimir Putin said Russia would target the U.S. with new advanced weapons if Washington deploys intermediate-range missiles in Europe, a threat that appeared aimed at holding the line but leaving open the possibility of negotiations after ...
21.02.19 - 06:54
May′s Grip on Power Weakens as Lawmakers Quit Over Brexit (WSJ EN)
 
Three lawmakers quit British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservative Party over Brexit, a move that further adds to the precariousness of her grip on power and underlines how the decision to leave the European Union is reshaping British polit...
21.02.19 - 06:54
Civilians Held by Islamic State in Syria Go Free (WSJ EN)
 
Several hundred of the last civilians trapped by Islamic State in the militant group’s remaining sliver of territory left, which suggested the extremist group was near a surrender to U.S.-backed Kurdish forces....
21.02.19 - 06:42
Glencore, the King of Coal, Bows to Investor Pressure Over Climate (WSJ EN)
 
Commodity trader Glencore said it plans to cap its coal output in line with a global transition away from high-carbon-emitting fuels, a sharp shift for a company that for years has been bullish about the commodity....
21.02.19 - 06:42
PetSmart vs. Petco: A Dogfight That Neither One Is Winning (WSJ EN)
 
Under new private-equity owners, Petco expanded in-stores services while PetSmart spent billions on online retailer Chewy. About three years since both companies’ takeovers, neither approach is a clear winner....
21.02.19 - 06:42
′You Have to Package Yourself Differently′; Company Veterans Explore New Horizons (WSJ EN)
 
Executives often find it hard to jump ship after helping to steer the same workplace for years. Yet many longtime business leaders with strong track records are making the leap amid today’s booming job market, recruiters and coaches say....
21.02.19 - 06:42
CVS Gives Downbeat Outlook for First Year as Merged Company (WSJ EN)
 
CVS Health offered a downbeat earnings projection for 2019, its first year as a merged health-care company, saying results would be dragged down by challenges in areas including its pharmacy-benefits and long-term-care businesses....
21.02.19 - 06:42
Johnson & Johnson Is Subpoenaed for Talc Safety Information (WSJ EN)
 
Johnson & Johnson said it received subpoenas from the Justice Department and the Securities and Exchange Commission seeking documents related to the safety of its baby powder and other talc-containing products....
21.02.19 - 06:42
Investor Starboard Unhappy With Bristol-Myers′ Deal to Buy Celgene (WSJ EN)
 
Activist investor Starboard is unhappy with Bristol-Myers’ deal to buy Celgene. The drugmaker’s fifth-largest shareholder, Dodge & Cox, is also unhappy with the deal....
21.02.19 - 06:42
Markets Warm to the Prospect of an ECB Funding Boost for Banks (WSJ EN)
 
Market participants are growing confident that the European Central Bank will soon try to boost the eurozone’s ailing economy by rebooting its program of ultracheap long-term loans to the banking system....
21.02.19 - 06:42
New Details of Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, JPMorgan Health Venture Emerge in Court Testimony (WSJ EN)
 
The health-care joint venture is looking at how to redesign health insurance, among other efforts, according to newly unsealed court testimony from an executive at the health startup....
21.02.19 - 06:42
Green New Deal Won′t Enjoy a Free Lunch at the Fed (WSJ EN)
 
At the end of the day, the Green New Deal will face the same constraints that all such undertakings do: They can’t spend more than the economy can produce. Ignoring those constraints will either lead to inflation, a politically weakened Fed, or...
21.02.19 - 06:42
Fed Prepares to End Balance-Sheet Runoff Later This Year (WSJ EN)
 
Most Federal Reserve officials last month indicated they were ready to stop shrinking the central bank’s $4 trillion asset portfolio this year and believed an action plan should be released soon....
21.02.19 - 06:42
Nestlé, McDonald′s, Others Pull Ads From YouTube (WSJ EN)
 
Several companies suspended advertising on YouTube following a report documenting material on the video service that sexually exploits children....
21.02.19 - 06:42
Samsung Galaxy S10 First Look: More Phones, More Cameras, More Money (WSJ EN)
 
A first look at Samsung’s Galaxy S10 lineup, the Galaxy S10e, S10, S10+ and S10 5G with a March 8 ship date, finds they offer some cool features—and 5G compatibility on one model—but no big technology leaps....
21.02.19 - 06:42
Nonprofits Grow Uneasy With Philanthropy Tainted by Opioid Proceeds (WSJ EN)
 
Two more prominent institutions are currently reviewing their philanthropic relationships with members of the Sackler family, owners of pain-pill maker Purdue Pharma....
21.02.19 - 06:42
Lyft Plans to List Shares on Nasdaq (WSJ EN)
 
The ride-hailing company is expected to make its IPO filing public as early as next week....
21.02.19 - 06:42
The U.S. and China Fear Their Leaders Will Cave In on Trade Battle (WSJ EN)
 
Despite their sharp differences in style, background and policies, Chinese leader Xi Jinping and President Trump share a common problem: growing concerns on the home front that they are going to cave in to the other side....
21.02.19 - 06:42
Pinterest Blocks Vaccination Searches (WSJ EN)
 
Pinterest has stopped returning search results for terms relating to vaccinations, a drastic step aimed at curbing the spread of misinformation....
21.02.19 - 06:30
Do AirPods Make You Look Rich? These Millennials Think So (WSJ EN)
 
Fueled by internet memes, the explosion of expensive-yet-attainable AirPod headphones as the luxury item of the moment shows no signs of stopping....
21.02.19 - 06:30
Is the Hospital I.D. Bracelet Going Away? (WSJ EN)
 
Hospitals are souping up patient ID wristbands with smart technology—and testing substitutes that get rid of the bracelet entirely....
21.02.19 - 06:30
New Samsung Phone Folds in Half, And Costs Nearly $2,000 (WSJ EN)
 
The world’s largest smartphone maker unveiled the industry’s first mainstream foldable-screen smartphone, in a radical design change that sends the industry’s pricing model soaring to new heights....
21.02.19 - 06:30
Tesla Replaces Top Lawyer After Two Months in Latest Major Departure (WSJ EN)
 
Tesla is losing its general counsel two months after hiring him, replacing the veteran trial lawyer with a longtime insider who helped the electric car company navigate some of its biggest legal issues....
20.02.19 - 06:48
Pentagon Cloud-Computing Contract Sought by Amazon Faces New Hurdle (WSJ EN)
 
A federal judge delayed a lawsuit over a massive Pentagon cloud-computing contract Amazon.com was favored to win while the government continues to investigate possible conflicts of interest in the procurement process....
20.02.19 - 06:48
Companies Roll Out Gunshot Detectors at the Office (WSJ EN)
 
Corporate executives worried about workplace shootings are quietly installing gunfire-detection systems in U.S. offices and factories. Most don’t tell employees what the sensors are, for fear of alarming them....
20.02.19 - 06:48
Acknowledge, Apologize, Investigate: How Brands Tackle Online Outrage (WSJ EN)
 
If it feels like there is a steady stream of fresh outrage over consumer-brand gaffes, it may be because companies have become more adept at managing controversy than at pre-empting it....
20.02.19 - 06:48
In Rebuke to U.S., Germany Considers Letting Huawei In (WSJ EN)
 
Germany is leaning toward letting the Chinese tech giant participate in building its high-speed internet infrastructure despite U.S. warnings....
20.02.19 - 06:36
Worrying About Deficits Falls Out of Style (WSJ EN)
 
Washington’s red-ink alarms have gone dead, even though the annual deficit will reach roughly $900 billion this year, then pass the trillion-dollar mark annually starting in 2022. Is this lack of concern wise?...
20.02.19 - 06:36
Honda Plans to Shift Some U.K. Civic Production to North America (WSJ EN)
 
Honda’s chief said he wanted to move some production of Civics to North America from a closing U.K. car plant, offering an example of shifts that may ensue after Brexit....
20.02.19 - 06:36
Glencore to Cut Production at Major Copper, Cobalt Mine (WSJ EN)
 
Glencore plans to curb production at one of its biggest copper and cobalt mining operations, Mutanda Mining Sarl in Congo, potentially taking a sizable portion of two industrial metals out of circulation....
20.02.19 - 06:36
Medtronic Swings to Profit Despite Slowdown in Heart-Failure Treatments (WSJ EN)
 
Higher sales of medical devices used in the treatment of brain and kidney diseases helped Medtronic offset a slowdown in sales of gear for heart conditions in its latest quarter....
20.02.19 - 06:36
Herbalife Sales Rise 9% in Latest Quarter (WSJ EN)
 
Herbalife Nutrition, whose chief executive abruptly resigned last month, reported a 9% sales increase in its latest quarter, driven largely by growth in Asia Pacific....
20.02.19 - 06:36
Fed′s Mester Sees Rates Slightly Higher This Year (WSJ EN)
 
Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester said she expects interest rates to rise slightly this year if the economy lives up to her expectation of solid performance....
20.02.19 - 06:36
Europe Again Champions Intervention to Counter China′s Economic Might (WSJ EN)
 
Europe’s struggle to keep up with China’s government coordination of business and economic might of the U.S. has prompted more European politicians to advocate interventionism....
20.02.19 - 06:36
Karl Lagerfeld, Chanel′s Creative Force, Dies (WSJ EN)
 
German designer Karl Lagerfeld, who dominated high fashion for decades and reinvigorated French couture house Chanel as creative director, has died....
20.02.19 - 06:36
Ford to Exit Heavy-Truck Business in South America (WSJ EN)
 
The auto maker intends to stop making heavy trucks in Latin America and end production at an assembly plant in Brazil this year....
20.02.19 - 06:36
Walmart Posts Strong Holiday Sales Gains in U.S. (WSJ EN)
 
Walmart’s profit and sales rose over the winter holidays, a sign that the retail giant lured shoppers from rivals and that Americans continued to spend freely amid mixed economic signals....
20.02.19 - 06:36
5G Is a Winner for Chinese Companies---at Least at Home (WSJ EN)
 
Companies like ZTE and Huawei are out of favor with the Trump administration. Beijing, though, is giving them a boost at home....
20.02.19 - 06:36
NYPD Seeks Authority to Disable Drones (WSJ EN)
 
Police officials said they are concerned that propaganda abroad showing weaponized drones can inspire terrorists to use drones for lone-wolf attacks in the U.S....
20.02.19 - 06:36
Australia Says Foreign Government Behind Cyberattack on Parliament (WSJ EN)
 
A cyberattack on Australia’s parliament was carried out by foreign agents, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said, coinciding with a warning from the country’s top intelligence official that spying against the key U.S. ally has reached unprec...
20.02.19 - 06:36
Startup Pours Money Into a Bid to Reshape Construction (WSJ EN)
 
Silicon Valley startup Katerra, backed by investors including SoftBank and FoxConn, hopes it can be a one-stop shop for building construction made simple. But the market has yet to see if the tech-focused company can deliver on its vision....
20.02.19 - 06:30
Trump Eases Off Hard Deadline for China Tariffs (WSJ EN)
 
President Trump gave his firmest indication yet that the U.S. may not increase tariffs on Chinese goods on March 1, as scheduled, despite statements by his top trade official that the U.S. should stick to a firm deadline....
20.02.19 - 06:30
Kim Jong Un Purges Wealthy Elite and Critics of Outreach to U.S. (WSJ EN)
 
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has exiled, imprisoned or executed some 50 to 70 people and seized assets as he eliminates critics of his outreach to the U.S. and the South and targets the moneyed elite, says a report....
20.02.19 - 06:30
French Jewish Graves Vandalized Before Marches Against Anti-Semitism (WSJ EN)
 
Dozens of Jewish graves in eastern France were vandalized amid a recent rise in anti-Semitic acts and days after yellow-vest protesters were filmed accosting a prominent Jewish academic....
20.02.19 - 06:30
Egypt Denies Entry to New York Times Journalist (WSJ EN)
 
Egyptian authorities denied entry to New York Times journalist David Kirkpatrick, an unexplained move amid a government clampdown on the media....
20.02.19 - 06:30
Party That Promised to Clean Up Italian Politics Finds It a Messy Business (WSJ EN)
 
Italy’s 5 Star Movement rose from a grass-roots campaign against political corruption to an election-winning party. The realities of life in government since last summer, however, are putting it under growing strain....
19.02.19 - 06:42
As China Talks Resume, Trump Seeks a Win on Trade (WSJ EN)
 
As trade negotiations with China resume, the Trump administration is racing to strike a deal that will result in long-term reforms—and prove that tariffs are an effective battering ram to open markets around the world....





































 

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