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A Question for U.K. Ministers: What Were You After With Brexit?

February 22, 2018 |

After a week of speechifying by various members of the British cabinet, it is easier to identify what the government wants to stay the same after leaving the EU than what it wants to change, Simon Nixon writes.
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Fed Gives Bullish Signals on Economy

February 22, 2018 |

Federal Reserve officials agreed last month that a strengthening economic growth outlook bolstered their plans to keep raising short-term interest rates this year, minutes from their January meeting show.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

R-Rated Behavior of Star Producer Is a Drama for Disney

February 22, 2018 |

Tom Schumacher, the executive behind Disney’s new “Frozen” musical, has been accused of explicit sexual language and behavior in the workplace, even as he turned the entertainment company into a powerful force on Broadway.
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How Jeffrey Immelt’s ‘Success Theater’ Masked the Rot at GE

February 22, 2018 |

A culture that disdained bad news contributed to overoptimistic forecasts and botched strategies. GE stock has almost halved since Mr. Immelt resigned as CEO and the company is considering whether to break itself up.
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ECB Freezes All Payments by Latvia Bank Amid U.S. Probe

February 22, 2018 |

The ECB has frozen all payments by a Latvian bank, following accusations by the U.S. that the small bank laundered billions in illicit funds, including for companies connected to North Korea’s banned ballistic-missile program.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

Ford North America President Leaves Following Misconduct Allegations

February 21, 2018 |

Raj Nair, a top Ford executive, has been fired following misconduct allegations, the latest high-ranking leader to be shown the door amid broader scrutiny of workplace behavior in corporate America.
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Trump Takes Step to Ban ‘Bump Stocks’

February 21, 2018 |

President Trump said Tuesday he is moving to impose new regulations that would ban devices that allow certain firearms to function as rapid-fire ‘machine guns.’
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

North Korea Repositions Hacking Unit for Global Cyberattacks

February 21, 2018 |

One of North Korea’s three major hacking units, in a strategic shift, is hunting for overseas targets and not covering its tracks, according to a new report, a sign the regime is expanding its cyber attacks under tightened sanctions.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

North Korea Pulled Out of Pence Meeting at Last Minute

February 21, 2018 |

North Korea canceled a secretly planned meeting with Vice President Mike Pence during his trip to the Winter Olympics in South Korea this month, a session that would have amounted to the highest-level visit between the U.S. and North Korea in years.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

3M, State of Minnesota Settle For $850 Million

February 21, 2018 |

3M Co. will pay $ 850 million to settle Minnesota’s lawsuit, claiming the manufacturer contaminated water in the state for at least five decades.
WSJ.com: US Business