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[Vault] The Kiss of Death? (and a new way of taking the market’s temperature)

Did we just see the proverbial kiss of death? OK, "death" might be a bit of a strong word, though "extreme frustration" wouldn't mischaracterize...

Why This Tech Executive Says Her Plan to Disrupt Education Is Different

MELBOURNE, Australia — At Lumineer Academy, a newly opened primary school in Williamstown, Australia, there is no homework. There are no classrooms, uniforms or...

Exxon Mobil Scraps a Russian Deal, Stymied by Sanctions

HOUSTON — Exxon Mobil is abandoning its joint exploration ventures with the Russian oil company Rosneft, retreating from what was one of its most...

Wells Fargo Is Accused of Harming Fraud Victims by Closing Accounts

When signs of fraud appear on a customer’s account, such as a counterfeit check or an unauthorized withdrawal, a bank is required by law...

Kushner’s Business Got Loans From Companies After White House Meetings

Early last year, a private equity billionaire started paying regular visits to the White House. Joshua Harris, a founder of Apollo Global Management, was advising...

Ackman Ends His 5-Year Fight With Herbalife

William A. Ackman has officially hoisted the white flag in his boisterous and costly five-year campaign against Herbalife, the nutritional food supplement company, which...

Success in Trading Depends on These Two Completely Different Factors

This week I read a story about Canadian businessman who bought some low volatility ETF products backed by nothing but margin. “Harvey Hajiyan, a 35-year-old...

Bears Get Rare Monthly Win

MARKET SUMMARY U.S. markets closed lower for a second-straight session to extend February’s losses following a volatile month with plenty of whipsaw action. Today’s action...

Full-time jobs are few and far between – if you’re new to the labour...

New data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics reveal that the hurdle of getting into work is a high one for many and that,...

Is Bitcoin a Waste of Electricity, or Something Worse?

WASHINGTON — A manufacturing start-up recently announced plans to move into a shuttered aluminum factory in upstate New York, taking advantage of abundant cheap...

Walmart to Raise Age to Buy Guns and Ammunition to 21

Walmart, the largest retailer in the United States, said Wednesday evening that it would stop selling guns and ammunition to anyone under 21 years...

Putting Green in the Tea Party, She Crusades for Clean Power

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. — Debbie Dooley’s conservative profile seems impeccable. The gun-owning daughter of a Baptist preacher, she was an early organizer for the Tea...
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