sábado, 4 de fevereiro de 2017

WSJ-Judge Halts Trump Order on Refugees, Immigration

Judge Halts Trump Order on Refugees, Immigration

The order by a federal judge in Seattle applies nationwide to tens of thousands of people holding visas to travel to the U.S. 1225in 2 days

Trump’s Pace Has Heads Spinning

President Donald Trump’s freewheeling style and a torrent of meetings and executive orders created turmoil, forcing him to clarify staff roles. 318in 2 days

Trump Signs Actions to Begin Scaling Back Dodd-Frank

President Trump signed an executive action that establishes a framework for scaling back the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial-overhaul law. 408in 2 days

Macy’s Receives Takeover Approach

Canada’s Hudson’s Bay has approached Macy’s about a takeover, people familiar with the matter said, as the biggest U.S. department-store chain grapples with disappointing results and restive shareholders. 70in 2 days

U.S. Hits Iran With Sanctions, Drawing Threat From Tehran

The Treasury Department sanctioned more than two dozen Iranian, Chinese, and Emirati businesses and individuals, and Iran said it would sanction Americans in return. 361in 2 days

Higher Jobless Rate Suggests U.S. Economy Has Room to Run

U.S. employers hired briskly in January and the jobless rate ticked up as more Americans joined the workforce, suggesting the labor market still has room to grow after years of expansion. 298in 2 days

Snap IPO Will Mint Fortunes for Founders, Two Big Investors

Benchmark and Lightspeed Venture Partners, the largest outside investors in Snap—which filed public IPO papers Thursday—hold stakes worth an estimated $2.1 billion and $1.4 billion, respectively. in 2 days
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