sábado, 2 de julho de 2016

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-Terror Attack on Bangladesh Cafe Leaves 20 Dead

Terror Attack on Bangladesh Cafe Leaves 20 Dead

Security forces rescue 13 people after a firefight with suspected Islamic State militants at a cafe popular with foreigners in the Bangladeshi capital. in a day

Treasury Yields Touch Historic Lows Amid Brexit Fallout

Markets closed the week still bearing the mark of Britain’s decision to exit the European Union, with a broad rebound in stocks tempered by renewed caution in bonds. in a day

Prospective Hershey Suitors Face Numerous Unusual Hurdles

Snack maker Mondelez International Inc. or any other potential bidder for Hershey Co. is up against not only a board that indicated it doesn’t want to sell, but a secretive, controlling shareholder—and the state’s top law officer. in 20 hours

China Convicts Almost Everyone It Accuses; One Man Fought Back

Chen Man said he had been tortured into confessing to a murder he didn’t commit.
A group of lawyers in the Innocence Project of China seeks freedom for those imprisoned for crimes they say they didn’t commit, starting with Chen Man, who spent half his life behind bars. in 20 hours
One week after the U.K. voted to leave the EU and Prime Minister David Cameron announced his intention to resign, the country faces political chaos. We look at who does and doesn’t want to take over one of the toughest jobs in politics.
One week after the U.K. voted to leave the EU and Prime Minister David Cameron announced his intention to resign, the country faces political chaos. We look at who does and doesn’t want to take over one of the toughest jobs in politics.

U.K. Elite to Lose Hold on Downing Street

Among the early casualties on the Brexit political playing field lie the alumni of Britain’s elite private schools. Until Boris Johnson’s abrupt exit, Eton College, which has churned out 19 British prime ministers, looked likely to see another old boy ease into Downing Street. in 16 hours

Fatal Tesla Crash Draws New Scrutiny to ‘Autopilot’ System

After the first known fatality connected to a self-driving Tesla, regulators may have a chance to weigh in on whether the electric-car maker’s Autopilot technology is fit for U.S. roads. 127in a day

Puerto Rico Defaults on Guaranteed Debt

Puerto Rico failed to pay almost half of $2 billion in bond payments due Friday, the commonwealth’s first-ever default on its constitutionally guaranteed debt. Gov. Alejandro García Padilla defended the move, highlighting the island’s tense relationship with Wall Street firms that own its debt. 120in a day

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