quarta-feira, 5 de outubro de 2016

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-Twitter Is Expected to Field Acquisition Offers This Week

Gov. Mike Pence and Sen. Tim Kaine debated everything from Donald Trump's tax returns to nuclear proliferation. Watch the highlights of the vice-presidential debate in two minutes. Photo: Getty
Gov. Mike Pence and Sen. Tim Kaine debated everything from Donald Trump's tax returns to nuclear proliferation. Watch the highlights of the vice-presidential debate in two minutes. Photo: Getty

ELECTION 2016

Kaine, Pence Defend Their Running Mates

In a spirited clash, vice-presidential nominees Republican Mike Pence and Democrat Tim Kaine offered sharply different visions, with each casting the other party’s presidential nominee as an unacceptable choice in a time of peril. 867in a day

Trump’s Buzz Challenges Clinton’s Organization

On the same day Donald Trump spoke to a rally of 8,000 in Florida, several supporters of Hillary Clinton at a dinner party in Iowa kept returning to a two-word phrase that represented their biggest fear—enthusiasm gap. 112in a day

Lobbyists on Boards Test Rules Targeting Conflict of Interest

Directors at some companies are paid to lobby for those firms or allied trade groups, while also helping set the CEO’s pay. The overlap poses a test for rules adopted during the financial crisis to prevent conflicts of interest. in 20 hours

Twitter Is Expected to Field Acquisition Offers This Week

Twitter is expected to field bids this week, in a sign the long-awaited sale of the social-media pioneer could soon be at hand. Salesforce.com is among the bidders, but it could face competition from Google and Walt Disney. in a day

European Stocks Snap Winning Streak

European stocks snapped a winning streak after concerns about higher U.S. interest rates sent Wall Street to a lower close. in a day

Google Details New Smartphones, Amazon Echo Rival Called ‘Home’

Google, ubiquitous in internet search but long trailing in consumer hardware, on Tuesday announced new smartphones and detailed its latest efforts to infuse intelligence into more of its products. in a day

BlackRock Cuts ETF Fees

BlackRock is cutting fees at more than a dozen ETFs, another sign of how a federal overhaul of retirement-savings rules is transforming parts of the financial-services industry. in a day
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