terça-feira, 24 de novembro de 2015

GLOBE NEWS · THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-Yahoo CEO Faces Morale Challenge Marissa Mayer has repeatedly said reviving growth at Yahoo would take multiple years. But many insiders have lost patience

Yahoo CEO Faces Morale Challenge

Marissa Mayer has repeatedly said reviving growth at Yahoo would take multiple years. But many insiders have lost patience. 70in a day

Suicide Vest Is New Clue in Terror Manhunt

An explosive vest suspected of belonging to a Paris attacker still at large was found on the French capital’s outskirts, while Belgian authorities said they would keep Brussels on lockdown for a fourth day. 126in a day

A Populist ‘Pink Tide’ Ebbs in South America

The presidential victory of center-right politician Mauricio Macri in Argentina marks a potential turning of the so-called pink tide of populist movements that swept the continent leftward over the past 17 years. in a day

The Tricky Math of Black Friday Bargains

Shoppers already are scouring stores for the best holiday deals, but finding true bargains this season has gotten a lot more complicated. The layers of discounts, flash promotions and store coupons are testing consumers’ math skills—and patience. in a day


As China’s Workforce Dwindles, the World Scrambles for Alternatives

Thirty years ago, Levi Strauss began producing its iconic jeans in China, eager to tap a seemingly endless stream of workers willing to sew for a few dimes an hour. Now that stream is starting to dry up. in a day

Energy Downturn Spreads Beyond the Oil Patch

The prolonged slump in crude prices is rippling beyond the oil industry into areas of the North American economy that, until recently, had managed to avoid the worst of the downturn. in a day

The Oxford Economist Running the Fed’s Interest-Rate Machine

Simon Potter is charged with implementing the mechanisms that will raise interest rates when Federal Reserve policy makers make that call. in a day

Cheap Oil, Strong Dollar: Ecuador’s Twin Troubles

Two of the most punishing trends in emerging markets are the rising dollar and falling oil. And caught between them is Ecuador. in a day

Falling Metals Prices Pressure Asian Mining Shares

A slide in commodities prices pressured resources shares in Australia and Hong Kong on Tuesday, while investors elsewhere in the region tried to navigate global central banks’ split approaches to monetary policy. in a day

Will the Euro Fall to $1? Interest Rates Aren’t Investors’ Only Guide

The euro has tumbled against the dollar in recent weeks. But investors are divided over whether the gulf in monetary policy between the Fed and the ECB means an inexorable slide to parity with the dollar. in 20 hours

Copper Miners’ Pain Doesn’t Stop Buildup

Mining companies are digging up record amounts of copper even as prices plumb new lows, a strategy that threatens to deepen a four-year bust. in a day


Don’t Get Scalded by Campbell Soup

Campbell Soup’s valuation looks pricey given its tepid sales-growth outlook.
Slowing sales and a chunky valuation suggest Campbell needs to cool off before investors take another spoonful. in a day

Icahn May Seek Xerox Board Seats

Activist investor Carl Icahn has built up a 7.1% stake in Xerox, which has already been taking steps to cut costs and improve margins, that make him the company’s second-biggest shareholder. in a day


Setting the Pace

What can 1966 tell us about 2016? Look into the Fed’s history to better understand where we may be going.
Setting the Pace

Ackman’s Pershing Square Boosts Stake in Valeant to 9.9%

William Ackman’s Pershing Square disclosed a boosted 9.9% stake in Valeant, a move that comes after the hedge-fund manager said he had taken advantage of the beaten-down market for the stock to build up his position. in a day

Apple Pay May Launch in China by February

Apple plans to launch its new Apple Pay electronic-payment service in China by early February, according to people familiar with its discussions. in a day


GOP Candidate Marco Rubio’s Tax Plan Has One Big Catch

In one of the more striking tax proposals by presidential contenders, the GOP senator wants to eliminate the capital gains levy for investors. But most everyone would still owe taxes on existing appreciated assets, when they are eventually sold. in a day

How to Read Your Baby’s Smile

Infants’ earliest grins are probably a primitive impulse, but they soon become a form of communication, offering parents a window into development in the first year. in 18 hours


Training With the Stars

Sunny Shah, a sports agent in the National Football League, is surrounded by elite athletes and has picked up some valuable training tips from them. in 19 hours


Beijing Fears Looking Impotent in the Face of Terror

Islamic State’s brutal slaying of a Chinese hostage, followed by three Chinese rail executives’ violent deaths in Mali, accelerates pressure on Beijing to intervene in the world’s trouble spots. in a day

Thailand Indicts Two Men For Deadly Bangkok Bombing

A military court in Thailand indicted two men police say carried out a deadly bombing in August at a central Bangkok shrine that left 20 people dead and more than 120 injured. in a day

EU, Turkey to Discuss Ways of Slowing Migrant Flow to Europe

European Council President Donald Tusk said Monday he had arranged a summit of Turkish and European Union leaders for Sunday in Brussels to discuss stemming the flow of migrants and refugees to the EU. in 20 hours

International Climate Pact Is Far From Certain, EU Official Warns

An international climate conference begins in Paris next Monday, but EU representative Miguel Arias Cañete warns that big gaps remain ahead of any deal. 53in 13 hours

Ukraine Escalates Confrontation Over Crimea

The government banned cargo trucks from entering the disputed region, annexed last year by Russia, as Tatar activists blocked repairs to power-transmission lines. in a day


Defeating ISIS: Challenges of Building a Global Alliance


American Music Awards Honors Victims of Paris Attacks


Economic Challenges of an Aging Population



Model Karlie Kloss Takes Off

The top model–turned–college student aims to make a big impact on and off the runway, with Kode with Karlie, her new YouTube channel, Klossy, and going back to school. in 16 hours

1D Wins Big at AMAs, Dion Pays Tribute to Paris Victims

One Direction might have debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard charts behind Justin Bieber, but they won the top award at Sunday’s American Music Awards. in 1 hour

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