segunda-feira, 8 de agosto de 2016

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-Militants detonated a bomb in a crowd of lawyers in Pakistan, killing at least 69 people


Trump, Clinton Spar on Economic Plans

Donald Trump blasted Hillary Clinton in an economic-policy speech that sought to pick off some of her supporters, while the Democratic nominee dismissed her rival’s plans as a repackaging of old GOP ideas. 2389in a day

Startups Cash Out Before IPOs as Venture Capitalists Turn Pickier’s decision to scrap its ambitious plan to challenge Amazon in favor of a sale to Wal-Mart marks the third time in recent weeks a cash-guzzling startup has chosen to sell. in a day

New Rules and Fresh Headaches for Short-Term Borrowers

A move by the SEC to make money-market funds safer is putting stress on a crucial funding source for cities, counties and foreign banks. in a day

Local Officials Call Out Phone Companies Over 911 Fees

Dozens of lawsuits claim phone companies, such as AT&T and Verizon, are doling out discounts at the expense of 911 emergency services. in a day

Lilly King Sets Olympic Record in 100-Meter Breaststroke

Lilly King of the U.S. set an Olympic record in winning the 100-meter breaststroke Monday night in Rio, beating Russian Yulia Efimova by more than half a second. in a day

Are Negative Rates Backfiring? Here’s Some Early Evidence

The European Central Bank hoped that negative interest rates would encourage consumers and businesses to spend more, but many are saving instead. 221in a day

Delta Meltdown Reflects Problems With Aging Tech

A power outage at Delta Air Lines wreaked havoc on its reservations system, the latest in a long line of computer problems that have plagued U.S. carriers. 315in a day

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