sexta-feira, 29 de julho de 2016

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-Brazil’s Lula da Silva Charged in Corruption Probe

U.S. Asks Goldman for Documents Related to 1MDB

U.S. authorities have issued subpoenas to Goldman Sachs for documents related to its dealings with 1Malaysia Development Bhd., a person familiar with the matter said. in a day

European Banks Survive Stress Test

Most European banks survived their regulators’ stress test, with only a clutch of lenders seen struggling to ride out an economic meltdown. in a day


Campaigns Eye Pennsylvania Prize

Hillary Clinton followed up the convention with a rally in Philadelphia Friday, the start of a two-day swing through Pennsylvania, a state that is shaping up to be crucial to the presidential race. in a day

Court: North Carolina Voting Restrictions Violated Rights

A federal appeals court invalidated an array of voting restrictions North Carolina imposed in 2013, finding that they violate the Voting Rights Act by discriminating against African-American voters. 797in a day

U.S. in Weakest Recovery Since 1949

U.S. economic growth sputtered this spring—growing a meager 1.2% in the second quarter—with cautious business investment largely offsetting robust consumer spending. The data marked the worst first-half performance since 2011. 858in a day

Turkey’s Powerful Spy Network Failed to See Coup Coming

Juggling terror threats from Islamic State and Kurdish separatists, Turkey’s vast intelligence service struggled to make sense of clues before plotters sprung to action on July 15. in a day


Don’t Get Attached to Your Own Company’s Stock

Some companies offer employee stock-purchase plans in which you may buy shares at a discount. But allowing a concentrated position in your company’s stock to build up in a 401(k) is a bad idea. in 21 hours

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