sábado, 5 de agosto de 2017

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-Ex-Drug Executive Shkreli Guilty of Securities Fraud

Ex-Drug Executive Shkreli Guilty of Securities Fraud

Martin Shkreli, the bad-boy drug executive scorned for jacking up the price of a life-saving AIDS drug, was convicted of securities fraud involving two hedge funds he managed and a company he founded. 17932 minutes ago

Kelly Moves Quickly to Bring Order to Trump White House

New Chief of Staff John Kelly is moving quickly to bring order and discipline to a West Wing riven by conflict. The question now is how long can it last. 1163

Venezuela’s New Assembly Fires Attorney General

Venezuela’s new, all-powerful Constituent Assembly swiftly moved on its pledge to stamp out dissent, removing Attorney General Luisa Ortega from office in its first session. in 18 hours

Search Under Way for Marines After Osprey Goes Down Near Australia

A search-and-rescue effort is under way for three U.S. Marines after a Marine aircraft went down in waters off the east coast of Australia, U.S. Marine officials and the Australian defense minister said Saturday. in 18 hours


The Grown-Up Joys of Reading Children’s Books

In the best children’s books, parents can find many of the same satisfactions that adult literature offers.

Dow 22000: What’s Next for This Runaway Bull Market?

The Dow Jones Industrial Average crossed 22000 for the first time Wednesday, and the blue-chip index has now more than tripled since a low set in March 2009. Four veteran Wall Street Journal market watchers ponder what’s next for the market.

Former MetLife Unit Brighthouse Has Tough Task: Selling Insurance

Brighthouse Financial, an insurance and annuities company spun-off from MetLife, will begin trading Monday in a market that’s seen ultralow interest rates for a decade. in 12 hours

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