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Boeing, Flying High, Stays the Course on Job Cuts

July 22, 2017 |

Boeing Co. presses forward with efficiency push, cutting 6,000 staff or 4% of its workforce in the first half of 2017, its fastest pace in a decade, as its stock hits new records.
WSJ.com: US Business

Polish President Raises Questions Over Controversial Court Bill

July 22, 2017 |

Polish President Andrzej Duda has reservations about a bill passed this week that would let the government dismiss every judge on the country’s supreme court, as he faces growing pressure at home and abroad.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

Lyft Shifts Gears With New Driverless-Car Division

July 22, 2017 |

Lyft said it is forming its own autonomous-car development division, hiring hundreds of engineers for it and opening a new office in the heart of Silicon Valley.
WSJ.com: US Business

U.S. to Ban Tourist Visits to North Korea

July 22, 2017 |

The State Department said it will ban travel by Americans to North Korea starting next month, citing ‘mounting concerns’ about the risk of arrest and detention in the wake of the death of U.S. college student Otto Warmbier.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

China Portrays U.S. Trade Talks in Glowing Light

July 22, 2017 |

Although little progress was made at Washington-Beijing trade negotiations this week, Beijing appeared a day later to want to project stability ahead of major leadership shuffle.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

U.S. and Exxon Spar Over Russia Sanctions Violation

July 21, 2017 |

The U.S. Treasury Department imposed a $ 2 million fine on Exxon Mobil Corp. for what it called a “reckless disregard” of U.S. sanctions on Russia while Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was the oil giant’s chief executive, a finding the company immediately said it would challenge.
WSJ.com: US Business

Quake Kills Two in Greece, Injures 120, Some Critically

July 21, 2017 |

Two people were killed and dozens were injured when a powerful earthquake struck in the Aegean Sea, shaking major Greek and Turkish tourist destinations in the early hours.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

GE Leaves Investors in Limbo

July 21, 2017 |

GE told investors that profits are under pressure and they’ll have to wait several months for a better sense of its business, sending shares tumbling.
WSJ.com: US Business

The Big Question for More Than Four Million People After Brexit

July 21, 2017 |

After the second round of Brexit talks between U.K. and EU representatives, officials said differences are narrowing on future rights of EU citizens in Britain, but the big question of whose courts enforce any deal looms unsolved.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

China’s Empty Theme Parks Lack a Key Attraction: A-List Film Characters

July 21, 2017 |

Dalian Wanda Group’s retreat from the business reveals the challenges China faces in becoming a show-business superpower. So far, it hasn’t matched the global success of Hollywood’s film and TV studios, which continue to fuel U.S. theme-park empires.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia