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GE Shares Have a Second Bad Day

November 15, 2017 |

General Electric Co. shares tumbled 5.9% on Tuesday, causing the conglomerate to lose its crown as the biggest U.S. industrial company as Wall Street digests a turnaround plan announced Monday.
WSJ.com: US Business

CEOs on the Tax Plans: Watching the Details

November 15, 2017 |

While lawmakers craft tax-overhaul legislation, battling over corporate tax rates and rules for overseas income, corporate chiefs are sweating some of the smaller stuff.
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U.S. Fight Against Islamist Terror Moves to Airwaves

November 14, 2017 |

The U.S. government is testing new strategies to counter Islamic State propaganda in Central Asia, a fertile recruiting ground for militant groups and birthplace of the suspect who attacked New York last month.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

Amazon to Sell Its China Cloud-Computing Business

November 14, 2017 |

Beijing Sinnet, Amazon’s cloud-computing partner in China, said it will buy Amazon Web Services’ China business for as much $ 300 million.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

Manufacturing Picks Up While Waiting for Trump’s Policy Promises

November 14, 2017 |

American manufacturing has improved during the year since Donald Trump’s election, despite a lack of promised policy changes aimed at lifting the sector’s fortunes.
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German, Italian Growth Add Fuel to Eurozone Recovery

November 14, 2017 |

The German and Italian economies moved up a gear in the third quarter, aided by an increase in demand for their exports, as the eurozone’s $ 10 trillion economy remained on course for its strongest year since 2007.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

IPOs Roar Back World-Wide, With Asia Driving the Boom

November 14, 2017 |

A flood of Chinese companies is driving the biggest world-wide surge of initial public offerings in a decade, with two-thirds of this year’s IPOs in the Asia-Pacific region.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

GE Cuts Dividend, Slashes Profit Goals Amid Restructuring

November 14, 2017 |

GE slashed its 2018 profit forecast and said it was cutting its dividend by half, as the 125-year-old industrial conglomerate seeks to preserve cash for a restructuring under new Chief Executive John Flannery that will focus on three core units.
WSJ.com: US Business

EU to Beef Up Efforts to Counter Fake News

November 13, 2017 |

The European Union will beef up efforts to counter disinformation and fake news, officials said Monday, as Spain’s foreign minister voiced concerns about Russian interference in Catalonia’s independence bid.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

Uber Board Settles Feud, Clearing Way for SoftBank Deal

November 13, 2017 |

The multibillion-dollar investment led by SoftBank Group took shape after Uber’s former CEO Travis Kalanick and a major investor reached an agreement over control of board seats, according to people familiar with the matter.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia