quinta-feira, 27 de outubro de 2016

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-Bill Clinton’s Speech Fees Tied to Charity, Emails Show

Bill Clinton’s Speech Fees Tied to Charity, Emails Show

Two chief fundraisers for the Clinton Foundation pressed corporate donors to steer business opportunities to former President Bill Clinton as well, according to a hacked memo published Wednesday by WikiLeaks. 504in 2 days

THE GREAT UNRAVELING

GOP Rode Waves of Populism Until They Crashed the Party

Donald Trump seized on the GOP’s failure to change enough to accommodate four decades of newcomers. A split looms after Election Day. 1442in 2 days

ELECTION 2016

Clinton’s New Hampshire Lead Widens as Nevada Remains Even

The presidential election continues to be a dead heat in Nevada, while Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is opening a wider lead over Republican Donald Trump in New Hampshire, a new poll finds. 129in 2 days

Deutsche Bank Swings to Profit

Deutsche Bank posted an unexpected profit and set aside more cash to cover litigation costs amid talks aimed at settling mortgage-securities probes with U.S. authorities. in 2 days
Astro Teller, Captain of Moonshots for Alphabet's X, speaks with WSJ's Rebecca Blumenstein at the WSJDLive conference.
Astro Teller, Captain of Moonshots for Alphabet's X, speaks with WSJ's Rebecca Blumenstein at the WSJDLive conference.

WSJDLIVE

Alphabet Creating Stand-Alone Self-Driving Car Business

Google parent Alphabet Inc. is graduating its self-driving-car project from its research lab X into a stand-alone business, said X chief Astro Teller, a major step in the vehicles’ path to commercial operations. in 2 days

CAPITAL ACCOUNT

AT&T-Time Warner Reaction Shows Presidency’s Growing Reach

As reaction to the AT&T-Time Warner deal shows, American companies should get used to a more pervasive federal presence in their lives, regardless of who is elected president, writes Greg Ip. in 2 days

Morgan Stanley Sets Off a Fight Over the Cost of Your Retirement Account

Morgan Stanley will let its customers keep paying for retirement advice with commissions, setting up a split in how the brokerage industry interprets new federal regulations governing $3 trillion in assets. in 2 days
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