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29.04.17 - 23:36
EU Seeks Meeting With Turkey′s Erdogan at NATO Summit (WSJ EN)
 
EU top officials will seek to hold a meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the margins of the NATO summit next month, according to German Chancellor Angela Merkel....
29.04.17 - 17:36
Dealers Decide Cars Are Taking Up Too Much Prime Space (WSJ EN)
 
Needing big lots in busy areas, car dealers have scooped up some of the most valuable real estate in America. But shoppers no longer need to see the merchandise up close, so dealers are backing out....
29.04.17 - 17:36
India′s Cash Crackdown Prompts More to Pay by Phone (WSJ EN)
 
Following India’s crackdown on cash, millions of residents who never even used a credit card are leapfrogging into mobile, finding phone apps more accessible than plastic....
29.04.17 - 17:36
Elon Musk, Satya Nadella, Irene Rosenfeld, Mark Zuckerberg: People to Watch (WSJ EN)
 
These company CEOs will be providing insights into their businesses and industries in the week ahead....
29.04.17 - 17:00
Le Pen Lines Up Far-Right Candidate as Prime Minister (WSJ EN)
 
French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen said she will name the head of a separate far-right party as prime minister if she wins next weekend’s election, a move to capture more votes as she faces off with centrist front-runner Emmanuel Macro...
29.04.17 - 16:36
Hungary′s Orban Agrees to Work With EU (WSJ EN)
 
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said he will ‘cool down’ the anti-European rhetoric and work with the EU institutions on controversial measures against foreign-funded universities and civil rights groups....
29.04.17 - 16:36
EU Signals U.K. Trade Talks Are Still Months Away (WSJ EN)
 
The European Union adopted its core negotiating positions for the coming Brexit negotiations, making it clear to Britain that talks on a future trade agreement remain months away....
29.04.17 - 13:42
Auditors on $2 Billion Mozambique Debt Sales Still Can′t Find All the Money (WSJ EN)
 
The forensic audit of $2 billion of Mozambique debt sales has been delayed for the third time, highlighting the difficulty of untangling where the money went....
29.04.17 - 13:42
Pope Francis Calls on Egypt′s Catholics to Embrace Forgiveness (WSJ EN)
 
Pope Francis celebrated Mass for members of Egypt’s small Catholic community, urging them to hope and forgive those who terrorize and persecute them....
29.04.17 - 13:42
China Deports U.S. Businesswoman Convicted of Spying (WSJ EN)
 
China has deported an American businesswoman days after convicting her of espionage, ending her two-year detention in a case that has been seen as a barometer of U.S.-China relations....
29.04.17 - 03:54
U.S. Patrolling Syrian Border to Stop Turk-Kurd Clashes (WSJ EN)
 
American forces have started patrolling the Turkey-Syria border to prevent further clashes between Turkish troops and Kurdish fighters that have undermined the fight against Islamic State, U.S. officials said Friday....
29.04.17 - 03:42
Didi, China′s Uber, Raises $5.5 Billion (WSJ EN)
 
China’s Didi Chuxing Technology said it raised $5.5 billion in a new funding round, valuing the ride-hailing company at more than $50 billion....
29.04.17 - 03:00
Google CEO Tops Other Alphabet Execs With $200 Million Pay (WSJ EN)
 
Google Chief Executive Sundar Pichai’s pay package doubled to $200 million last year, making him the highest paid executive at parent company Alphabet Inc., according to a regulatory filing Friday....
29.04.17 - 01:24
North Korean Missile Launch Appears to Fail (WSJ EN)
 
A North Korean missile launch appeared to fail early Saturday morning Seoul time, raising tensions again as Washington seeks to rein in the North’s nuclear and missile development programs....
29.04.17 - 00:42
Elon Musk′s Latest Dream: Underground Roadways (WSJ EN)
 
The chef executive of Tesla Inc. touted ambitious plans Friday, including an underground roadway accessed by elevators, more giant battery factories and an electric semi truck....
28.04.17 - 22:01
Exxon Profit Jump a Sign of Strengthening Oil Companies (WSJ EN)
 
Exxon Mobil’s profit more than doubled in the first quarter of the year as the oil and gas giant signaled a strengthening in business amid a reprieve in commodity price depression....
28.04.17 - 22:01
Truck, SUV Sales Power GM′s Profit (WSJ EN)
 
GM’s first-quarter net income rose 34%, as strong sales of pickup trucks and SUVs in the U.S. continue to offset softening in the car market and troubles in regions like South America....
28.04.17 - 22:01
Appeals Court Affirms Decision Blocking Anthem-Cigna Merger (WSJ EN)
 
A federal appeals court on Friday declined to allow health insurer Anthem Inc. to acquire Cigna Corp., affirming a trial judge’s recent ruling that blocked the deal on antitrust grounds....
28.04.17 - 21:06
Pentagon Investigating Deaths of Soldiers in Afghanistan (WSJ EN)
 
The U.S. military is investigating whether two U.S. soldiers who died Wednesday in Afghanistan might have been killed by friendly fire....
28.04.17 - 20:36
The Calculated Rise of France′s Emmanuel Macron (WSJ EN)
 
The French presidential candidate skipped electoral politics, instead connecting with the elite and acquiring market experience. His contest with the National Front’s Marine Le Pen will determine the future of his country—and of the Europ...
28.04.17 - 18:01
Mexican Economy Maintains Growth in First Quarter (WSJ EN)
 
Mexico’s economy kept up steady growth in the first quarter, expanding for a 15th consecutive period despite concerns that strained trade and investment relations with the U.S. will bring about a sharp slowdown....
28.04.17 - 18:01
Brazil General Strike Disrupts Transportation (WSJ EN)
 
A general strike in Brazil, called to protest proposed labor and pension changes, practically shut down mass transit in São Paulo and disrupted transportation across the country Friday....
28.04.17 - 18:01
Le Pen Appointee Resigns Post Amid Holocaust Controversy (WSJ EN)
 
French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen’s replacement to serve as interim head of her National Front party steps down when his remarks in 2000 over the use of poison gas in Nazi concentration camps resurface....
28.04.17 - 18:01
U.S. Presses for Tougher Global Action on North Korea (WSJ EN)
 
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told a session of the United Nations Security Council that all nations should downgrade ties with North Korea and urged more diplomatic and economic pressure on Kim Jong Un’s regime to confront the nuclear ...
28.04.17 - 17:18
SoftBank Set to Invest Over $1.5 Billion in India′s Paytm (WSJ EN)
 
The deal will give SoftBank Group a 20% stake in Paytm’s parent company One97 Communications, marking the Japanese conglomerate’s single largest investment in an Indian tech firm....
28.04.17 - 17:18
House Passes Stopgap Spending Bill to Avoid Government Shutdown (WSJ EN)
 
The House on Friday approved legislation to extend funding for the federal government by one week, a step toward avoiding a partial government shutdown on Saturday....
28.04.17 - 17:18
Thales to Buy U.S. Big-Data Analysis Firm Guavus (WSJ EN)
 
France’s Thales is acquiring U.S. big-data analysis firm Guavus amid a wider push by U.S. and European aerospace and defense companies to capitalize on the vast amount of information their sophisticated systems collect....
28.04.17 - 16:48
Consumer Sentiment Remains High Despite GDP Report (WSJ EN)
 
Consumer sentiment about the U.S. economy remained high in April, even as the Commerce Department said U.S. economic output increased at the slowest pace in three years....
28.04.17 - 15:36
EU to Say Northern Ireland Can Join Bloc in Event of Unification (WSJ EN)
 
European Union leaders are set to promise that if Northern Ireland were to unite with the Republic of Ireland in future, it would automatically rejoin the bloc....
28.04.17 - 15:36
China Rights Lawyer Gets Suspended Sentence After Two Years′ Detention (WSJ EN)
 
A Chinese court sentenced a prominent civil liberties lawyer following a closed-door trial, effectively letting him go nearly two years after he was detained in a clampdown on legal activists....
28.04.17 - 15:36
China Pushes Ahead With Human Gene Trials (WSJ EN)
 
Scientists at Nanjing University are using a gene-editing process called Crispr-Cas9 to hack into DNA—giving them the power to add, edit and delete genes with great precision....
28.04.17 - 15:36
Why Trump Decided to Back Off Nafta Threat (WSJ EN)
 
Conversations with the Mexican and Canadian heads of state, along with a flood of calls from business executives, helped steer President Trump away from an idea that some of his own advisers feared was a rash and unnecessary threat....
28.04.17 - 14:42
Senate Confirms Alexander Acosta as Labor Secretary (WSJ EN)
 
The Senate confirmed Alexander Acosta as labor secretary, providing President Donald Trump with his full complement of cabinet secretaries before reaching his 100th day in office....
28.04.17 - 14:30
Didi, China′s Uber, Raises $5.5 Billion (WSJ EN)
 
China’s Didi Chuxing Technology said it raised $5.5 billion in a new funding round, valuing the ride-hailing company at more than $50 billion....
28.04.17 - 14:24
Qualcomm Warns of Lower Profit as Apple Dispute Bites (WSJ EN)
 
Qualcomm slashed its profit forecast, saying it no longer expects any patent-licensing revenue from the iPhone in the current quarter as a result of its increasingly bitter legal battle with Apple....
28.04.17 - 13:30
Trump Plays North Korean Game of Risk (WSJ EN)
 
Trading on its perceived higher tolerance for conflict and loss of life, North Korea for decades has used the prospect of war to gain leverage in negotiations—but this time Donald Trump seems willing to respond with brinkmanship of his own....
28.04.17 - 13:30
EU Foreign Ministers Clash Over Relations With Turkey (WSJ EN)
 
European Union foreign ministers clashed over the bloc’s future relations with Turkey, as Hungary and some others argued that security concerns and Turkey’s control of Syrian migrants are paramount....
28.04.17 - 12:48
Why Airlines Will Keep Overbooking, Even After United Incident (WSJ EN)
 
In wake of the fallout from the passenger incident on United Airlines, Southwest Airlines is planning to stop overbooking flights by the end of June. But don’t expect other airlines to follow suit or for the practice to go away....
28.04.17 - 11:36
Pope Francis to Visit Thousand-Year-Old Egyptian University (WSJ EN)
 
A thousand-year-old university where Pope Francis will take part in a peace conference on Friday is at the center of a dispute gripping Egypt over how to modernize Islam at a time of terrorist violence....
28.04.17 - 11:36
In President′s Videos, All is Calm in Venezuela (WSJ EN)
 
As antigovernment protests shake Venezuela’s streets, President Nicolás Maduro is presenting an image of a very different country in a series of social-media videos, all starring himself....
28.04.17 - 11:06
Pope′s Visit Expected to Highlight Christian Minorities in Middle East (WSJ EN)
 
Pope Francis is departing for Egypt on Friday morning for a two-day trip expected to draw attention to the plight of Christian minorities in the Middle East amid an upsurge of Islamist terrorism that poses security concerns for the Holy See....
28.04.17 - 10:42
Sony Expects Operating Profit to Surge to $4.5 Billion (WSJ EN)
 
Sony said operating profit for this fiscal year will likely be one of the strongest in the company’s 71-year history, buoyed by its game, semiconductor and financial units....
28.04.17 - 06:54
Trump Remarks on Trade, Missile Defense, Sow Doubt in South Korea (WSJ EN)
 
U.S. President Donald Trump raised new doubts in South Korea about two pillars of bilateral ties by saying he wants to renegotiate a free-trade deal and have Seoul pay for an American missile-defense system intended to shield the country against any ...
28.04.17 - 05:54
U.S. Floats Talks With North Korea, Shuns Regime Change (WSJ EN)
 
The Trump administration said Thursday that it is not seeking to overthrow North Korean leader Kim Jong Un over his nuclear weapons program and would consider holding talks, if Pyongyang pursues “the right agenda.”...
28.04.17 - 04:48
Tech′s Titans Go From Big to Bigger (WSJ EN)
 
The newfound prominence of big tech companies now can be chalked up to a few factors....
28.04.17 - 04:24
Third Point Calls for Honeywell to Spin Off Aerospace Unit (WSJ EN)
 
Activist investor Third Point LLC disclosed it has taken a stake in Honeywell International Inc. and called on the conglomerate’s newly appointed chief executive to spin off its aerospace business....
28.04.17 - 04:06
GM Earnings: What to Watch (WSJ EN)
 
General Motors Co. reports first-quarter earnings before the market opens Friday; U.S. production outlook, South America sales and commodity costs will be in focus....
28.04.17 - 03:54
Brazilian Probe to Continue Despite Bill, Prosecutors Say (WSJ EN)
 
The prosecutors leading Brazil’s “Car Wash” anticorruption investigation have vowed to push ahead with the probe despite a new bill that aims to curtail some practices recently used in the investigation....
28.04.17 - 02:06
Alphabet, Amazon Extend Earnings Boom (WSJ EN)
 
Amazon and Google parent Alphabet reported booming quarterly sales and profits, showing that the tech giants continue to extend their dominance and shuck off concerns that might have dampened growth....
28.04.17 - 00:36
Yahoo Japan Shares Plunge Under Pressure of Amazon Challenge (WSJ EN)
 
Yahoo Japan shares fell 9.5% Thursday after it warned of a big increase in marketing costs as it struggles to compete with Amazon.com....





































 

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