quarta-feira, 16 de maio de 2018

WSJ-U.S. Births Hit Lowest Number Since 1987

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Russia Tried to Promote Trump, Senate Panel Says

A Senate committee backed U.S. intelligence’s finding that Moscow attempted to boost Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, breaking with a GOP-led House panel that examined the same material.

Trump Discloses Reimbursing Cohen for Stormy Daniels Payment

A new financial disclosure from President Donald Trump acknowledged that he reimbursed his lawyer, Michael Cohen, for a $130,000 payment to an adult-film star just before the 2016 election.

Michigan State to Pay Victims of Larry Nassar Abuse $500 Million

Michigan State University agreed to pay a sum that is among the largest for victims of abuse and leaves unclear the future financial path for one of the nation’s top public universities.

Redstone Makes Power Move at CBS

Shari Redstone fired back at CBS, moving to block efforts to strip her family of voting control. Her family’s holding company dictated a significant change to the rules of how CBS’s board operates.

U.S. Births Hit Lowest Number Since 1987

American women are having children at the lowest rate on record, with the number of babies born in the U.S. last year dropping to a 30-year low, federal figures released Thursday showed.

‘I Am the Mastermind’: Mohammed bin Salman’s Guide to Getting Rich

The heir to the Saudi throne wasn’t always fabulously wealthy. Now, amid his crackdown on corruption, The Wall Street Journal has pieced together ways the crown prince and his brothers have leveraged businesses connected to government to make money—including a mammoth jet-leasing deal involving Airbus and the national airline.

Small Caps Set New Highs, Outpacing Multinational Peers

Shares of small U.S. companies climbed to a fresh record Wednesday, reflecting their gains in the recent tax overhaul and signs that U.S. growth once again looks more robust than that from overseas.

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