Trump hedged his bets on NAFTA, saying he’ll renegotiate but is willing to kill the agreement if talks go nowhere.
In Calais; blue-collar voters there represent forces powering the far right, The NY Times reports.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (Reuters) – Titans of U.S. industry and Wall Street gather in Beverly Hills this week to discuss how to navigate – and profit from – hot topics such as U.S. tax reform, the upcoming French election and Chinese economic growth.
Next Saturday is a good day to visit odd places and see strange art on Obscura Day.
A huge number of employees don’t trust their bosses, and it’s not hard to figure out why.
Trump warned North Korea on its missile tests but demurred when asked if the US had anything to do with their failure.
JEDDAH (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia wants German companies Siemens and SAP to play an important role in furthering the kingdom’s “digital transformation”, company officials said on Sunday during German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s visit to the country.
ROME (Reuters) – A sudden collapse of loss-making national airline Alitalia [CAITLA.UL] would be a great shock for Italy’s economy, Industry Minister Carlo Calenda said on Sunday.
It’s the least-sexy thing about being an entrepreneur, but obsessing over personal liability and tax implications might mean it’s time to change how you’ve incorporated your business.
Almost every R user knows about popular packages like dplyr and ggplot2. But with 10,000+ packages on CRAN and yet more on GitHub, it’s not always easy to unearth libraries with great R functions. One of the best way to find cool, new-to-you R code …
The U.S. National Security Agency will no longer sift through emails, texts and other internet communications that mention targets of surveillance.
The change, which the NSA announced on Friday, stops a controversial tactic that critics said violated U.S. citizens’ privacy rights.
The practice involved flagging communications where a foreign surveillance target was mentioned, even if that target wasn’t involved in the conversation. Friday’s announcement means the NSA will stop collecting this data.
“Instead, this surveillance will now be limited to only those communications that are directly ‘to’ or ‘from’ a foreign intelligence target,” the NSA said in a statement.
If you have the right approach, breaking bad news doesn’t have to be so daunting.
Growth in China’s manufacturing sector slowed faster than expected in April as producer price inflation cooled.
Britain’s unbeaten IBF title holder earned a sensational victory by knocking down the 41-year-old former champion twice in the 11th and penultimate round.
President Donald Trump had said Seoul should pay for the $1-billion battery designed to defend against North Korea.