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terça-feira, 16 de agosto de 2016

WSJ-Russia Launches Syria Airstrike From Iran

Hedge-Fund Firms Brevan Howard, Tudor Battle Losses

A growing exodus from hedge funds extended to two of the biggest names in the industry Tuesday, Tudor Investment and Brevan Howard, as disenchanted investors increasingly shun what was once the hottest place to put money. in a day

Pennsylvania Attorney General Resigns After Conviction

Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane announced her resignation Tuesday, a day after she was convicted of perjury and obstruction in a case stemming from her leak of grand jury materials. 250in a day

Ford Developing Fully Driverless Car

Ford Motor plans to release a fully driverless car without a steering wheel or pedals in the next five years, the latest salvo in a technological arms race engulfing the global auto industry. 84in a day

Univision Wins Gawker at Auction for $135 Million

Univision Communications won a court-administered auction for Gawker Media Group, outbidding Ziff Davis for control of the digital media pioneer that was forced into bankruptcy by a costly legal battle with former professional wrestler Hulk Hogan. in a day
The future of the Affordable Care Act remains a point of contention on the campaign trail. WSJ's Shelby Holliday reports on how Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are seizing the news to push their healthcare reform proposals.
The future of the Affordable Care Act remains a point of contention on the campaign trail. WSJ's Shelby Holliday reports on how Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are seizing the news to push their healthcare reform proposals.

ELECTION 2016

Health-Law Setback Becomes Election Fodder

Aetna’s decision to pull out of health exchanges in nearly a dozen states is a double whammy to President Obama’s signature law, increasing the financial strains on it while dragging the debate over its merits into the presidential campaign. 109in a day

Too Big to Frack? Oil Giants Try Again to Master Tech

BP and others are hoping that hydraulic fracturing will allow them to coax enough oil out of U.S. wells to replace output from declining megaprojects. 65in 21 hours

Dollar’s Drop Signals Doubts Over Fed Rate Rise

Investors appear to believe that soft global economic growth will limit the Federal Reserve’s capacity to tighten monetary policy as promised. in a day
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