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Morgan Stanley’s Gorman warns Wall Street to remain vigilant

Bankers on Wall Street need to be “a little paranoid and a little scarred” from the last crisis, according to

 

Millennials Are Worst at Tipping; 10% Don’t Tip At All

Now millennials can add “bad tippers” to the roster of negative stereotypes they’re associated with. According to a new study

 

Magnitude 6.1 earthquake kills three people, shutters factories in Japan’s Osaka

Live footage showed burst water mains and a house on fire after the quake hit Osaka, which will host next

 

Americans are spending like mad again

Americans are spending. A lot. And not just on Amazon. Retail sales rose 0.8% in May, the government reported Thursday

 

How This Canna-Couple Learned to Think Inside the Box

Luke and Eliza Maroney, owners of Lucky Box Club, pivot from cultivators to curators. June 17, 2018 3 min read

 

South Carolina’s Sanford on the price Republicans pay for crossing Trump

Getty Images Rep. Mark Sanford. Ousted Rep. Mark Sanford of South Carolina said his fellow Republicans are “running for

 

France Telecom and former CEO Didier Lombard to stand trial

France Telecom, now called Orange, and its former CEO Didier Lombard are to stand trial over alleged workplace bullying linked

 

Doctors: Families in ‘Mental Health Crisis’ Over Border Separations

For weeks, a chorus of protesters, religious groups, Democrats, and others have spoken out against the Trump administration’s “zero-tolerance” policy

 

Depression-era program could help American farmers, says ex-USDA head

“This is very worrisome for American agriculture generally,” said Dan Glickman, who served during the Clinton administration as agriculture secretary.

 

China is killing his business. Tariffs could make or break it

Garry Hartman hoped tariffs would save the factory he runs in Berwick, Pennsylvania. Now he’s not so sure. Hartman is

 

5 Early Signs Your Startup Will Succeed

Putting the right team is place puts you way ahead in the game. June 15, 2018 5 min read Opinions

 

Asian markets largely shrug off Trump’s approval of tariffs on China

Asian stocks opened mixed Friday following wide declines the previous day. The improved start also came after a European Central

 

IMF puts itself at odds with Trump over US growth

Sam Fleming in Washington June 14, 2018 Print this page America’s yawning budget deficit could trigger an upsurge of inflation

 

Microsoft Reportedly Gets Ready to Take On Amazon In Retail Technology

Amazon opened a cashier-free, automated grocery store early this year in Seattle, and it’s got more planned for Chicago and

 

US groups sue Trump administration over water protections

Drew Angerer | Getty Images Protesters rally against Scott Pruitt outside the New York City office of the Environmental Protection

 

Fed raises interest rates and signals faster hikes on the way

Interest rates are going up again as the economy gets hotter. The Federal Reserve on Wednesday lifted its benchmark rate

 

4 Entry-Level Jobs That Will Prep You for Entrepreneurial Success

Success is a journey, not a destination, so think hard about where to start. June 13, 2018 5 min read

 

Hedge-fund boss who predicted ‘87 crash sees stock market, bond yields set for ‘crazy’ tandem rise

Paul Tudor Jones, a hedge-fund luminary, said he’s expecting bond yields and stocks to rise in tandem toward the end

 

Tesla to cut 9% of jobs in major restructuring

Peter Campbell in London and Richard Waters in San Francisco June 12, 2018 Print this page Tesla is cutting 9

 

Senate Moves to Block Trump’s Settlement With China’s ZTE

The Senate has adopted a measure to block a deal between the Trump administration and Chinese telecommunications company ZTE. The

 

Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un meet at historic summit in Singapore

Saul Loeb | AFP | Getty Images President Donald Trump (R) shakes hands with North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un

 

Interest rates are about to rise again. Here’s what to watch for

The Federal Reserve is poised to raise interest rates for the second time this year. The economy has started to

 

These 5 Mindful Habits Will Keep You From Burning Out

Say no, except to playing. Always say yes to play time. June 10, 2018 4 min read Opinions expressed by

 

Tony Awards 2018: Full list of winners

Larry Busacca Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban, co-hosts of the 72nd Annual Tony Awards It’s Tony time! The 72nd

 

US plays down hopes from Trump-Kim nuclear summit

Bryan Harris and Stefania Palma in Singapore and Demetri Sevastopulo in Los Angeles June 10, 2018 Print this page Kim

 

Former FCC Chairman Claims Ajit Pai Lied About DDoS Attack

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai lied when he claimed a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack brought down the agency’s comments

 

Justify wins Triple Crown at Belmont Stakes

Brian Spurlock | USA TODAY Sports | Reuters Mike Smith aboard Justify crosses the finish line to win the 144th

 

Trump calls for elimination of tariffs, end to US being world’s ‘piggy bank’

Speaking during an impropmtu news conference at the G7 summit in Canada on Saturday, Trump said his ultimate goal was

 

3 Ways to Raise Your Self-Worth

If you do not feel worthy of great success, you will never achieve it. June 8, 2018 6 min read

 

Justify the heavy favorite to pull off historic Belmont Stakes, Triple Crown win

Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner Justify will make a run for the horse-racing record books Saturday as he attempts

 

Mueller brings new obstruction of justice charges in Russia probe

Jessica Dye in New York June 8, 2018 Print this page Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating allegations of Russian

 

Ant Financial, ACA Defense, G7 Time: CEO Daily for June 8, 2018

Facebook Privacy It would be great to go a few days with no mention of a Facebook privacy flub, but

 

Australian dollar is weak even as economy outperforms

Such an impact has not played out much in the currency markets, analysts from ANZ wrote in a Wednesday note.

 

Ikea bans all single-use plastic from its stores and restaurants

No more plastic with those Swedish meatballs. Ikea said Thursday it will phase out all single-use plastic products from its

 

Don’t Be Facebook — Here’s How to Earn and Keep Your Customers’ Trust

If you’re a local brand, you have even more responsibility to be honest with your customers. June 7, 2018 5

 

All the ways you can mess up your 401(k) — even if you max out your contributions

Workplace retirement plans get a lot of bad press, primarily if they are loaded with high fees. But truth be

 

Democrats avoid setback in California primary vote

Courtney Weaver in Washington and Naomi Rovnick in London June 6, 2018 Print this page Democratic candidates are expected to

 

NASA Wants Private Companies to Run International Space Station

NASA’s new boss, Jim Bridenstine, has been talking to private companies about taking over the operation of the International Space

 

Qatar Airways boss apologizes for comment that a woman couldn’t do his job

One of the most powerful men in aviation apologized for his suggested that a woman would not be equipped to

 

Wells Fargo is closing all its branches in three Midwestern states

Wells Fargo is retreating from the Midwest. The bank, scrambling to cut costs and dealing with a wave of scandals,

 

Is Hemp a Superfood? This Enterpreneur Bets His Business On It

Elixinol Global Founder and CEO Paul Benhaim believed in the nutritional benefits of hemp before it was trendy. June 5,

 

Koch brothers finance campaign to oppose Trump’s tariffs

WASHINGTON — Three organizations financed by conservative billionaire industrialists Charles and David Koch are launching a multimillion-dollar campaign against President

 

Microsoft in $7.5bn deal for code-sharing site GitHub

Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella on Monday unveiled his biggest bet yet on rebuilding the company around open-source software, with

 

U.S. Allies Push Trump for Change of Heart as Trade War Looms

President Donald Trump is headed for a showdown with America’s allies at a Group of Seven summit this week in

 

US ambassador to Germany wants to ’empower’ conservatives in Europe

U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell said he wanted to “empower” conservatives in Europe, right-wing media platform Breitbart News reported.

 

China says US could lose benefits reached in trade talks

President Donald Trump’s plan to impose tariffs on $50 billion of Chinese exports threatens to wipe out progress made in

 

The 4 Most Common Workplace Worries and How to Overcome Them

It can be easy to doubt yourself at work. However, if you want to be truly successful, it’s time to

 

This U.S. state will pay you $10,000 to move there

MARKETWATCH FRONT PAGE Why Americans are being paid to move and work remotely. See full story. Small caps offer stock-market

 

New Ethiopian PM clears way to lift state of emergency

Ethiopia’s cabinet has approved lifting the country’s state of emergency two months early, the clearest sign yet of how Abiy

 

Buffalo Wild Wings’ Twitter Was Hacked and Sent Racist Tweets

Happy Hour ended suddenly Friday night for Buffalo Wild Wings, as its official Twitter account was hacked, and racist, crude

 

This weak jobs number doesn’t weigh on the economy

CNBC’s Jim Cramer was thrilled when he saw that the U.S. economy added 223,000 nonfarm jobs in May, far overshooting

 

How Europe is punishing the US

Europe has taken its first shot at the United States over new tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. European Union

 

Will the Cannabis Industry Be the First True Gender Equalizer?

The bias facing women in the business world is very real, but these women think cannabis may be different. May

 

Boehner: Republicans ‘taking a nap’ while Trump has taken over party

Former House Speaker John Boehner said Thursday that the Republican Party that he knew for decades doesn’t exist anymore.

 

Deutsche Bank US business put on federal problem bank list

Ben McLannahan in New York and Olaf Storbeck in Frankfurt May 31, 2018 Print this page A US subsidiary of

 

SenseTime: World’s Biggest AI Startup Raises $1.2 Billion

SenseTime Group has raised $620 million at a valuation of more than $4.5 billion just months after scoring a similar

 

Uber CEO on IPO plans and Warren Buffett

Uber is on track to go public in 2019, CEO Dara Khosrowshahi told CNBC. “We’re in a good position in

 

Trump breaks silence on Roseanne Barr scandal

President Trump’s first public reaction to the cancellation of “Roseanne” is a shot at Disney CEO Bob Iger. What he

 

4 Warning Signs That Startup Founders Are Screwing Up Their Personal Lives

A startup company is like a toddler; it needs care and attention all the time. But sometimes you need to

 

Suspected terror attack in Belgium leaves 3 victims dead

BRUSSELS — Belgian authorities are investigating a potential terrorist attack after a man Tuesday killed three people and took a

 

Bank of Italy warns Rome is close to losing ‘asset of trust’

James Politi in Rome and Kate Allen in London May 29, 2018 Print this page The governor of the Bank

 

Why Your Summer House Could Be a Shaky Investment

For decades, it’s been part of the American dream: owning a vacation home, a lakeside or mountain getaway somewhere for

 

Oil prices, stocks, currencies and North Korea in focus

Stocks in Europe closed lower on Monday, with Italy’s FTSE MIB falling more than 2 percent amid an ongoing political

 

Europe plans to phase out plastic cutlery, straws and more

Europe is proposing a ban on single-use plastic items such as cutlery, straws and cotton buds in a bid to

 

How to Show the World Your Greatness

Never let the mistakes of your past hold you back. May 27, 2018 2 min read This story originally appeared

 

Floodwaters tear through town near Baltimore as Deep South braces for Alberto

Flash floods tore through a city in Maryland on Sunday, as the Deep South braced for the first storm of

 

The surge is over — why $50 oil is now more likely than $100

The spring fever is passing. After three months on the rise the oil market has turned. In a single day

 

Starbucks Anti-Bias Training Will Feature Rapper Common

When they close the doors of more than 8,000 stores on the afternoon of May 29th for a nationwide training

 

Bitcoin still a buy says blockchain venture capitalist

Bitcoin is still a buy despite its continued losses, blockchain venture capitalist Spencer Bogart told CNBC. The digital currency’s increased

 

America’s cereal, soda and soup companies are in turmoil

America’s cereal, soda and soup companies are having a rough 2018. General Mills (GIS), Campbell Soup (CPB), Hershey (HSY) and

 

Klout Is Shutting Down, but Here Are 5 Social Media Tools You Can Use to Replace It

The popular social scoring tool is closing shop, so here are some other options for those who care about online

 

Why mutual fund managers on a hot streak may be too good for your money

“Hot hands” — in sports, business, and investing — don’t last forever. But why? One explanation is that it’s not

 

Spanish and Italian bond yields rise sharply

Miles Johnson in London and Hudson Lockett in Hong Kong May 25, 2018 Print this page Friday 14.45 BST What

 

The GDPR Is in Effect: A Plain English Guide

It’s May 25th and that means the world’s most sweeping privacy law, known as the GDPR, is now in effect.

 

Andy Rubin’s Essential phone company for sale: report

Essential Products, the smartphone and gadget startup founded by Android creator Andy Rubin, is exploring a potential sale, Bloomberg reports.

 

Samsonite shares plunge after investment firm questions its business practices

Trading in Samsonite shares has been suspended after the world’s largest luggage maker was accused by an investment firm of

 

7 Myths About Passive Income You Can’t Afford to Believe

All entrepreneurs seek passive income. What only a few know, however, is how to separate fact from fiction. May 23,

 

Uber closes self-driving vehicle program in Arizona after fatal crash

Uber Technologies Inc. is closing down its self-driving vehicle program in Arizona about two months after the state barred it

 

Trump casts doubt on terms of China trade deal

Cat Rutter Pooley in London May 23, 2018 Print this page Donald Trump appeared to call into question the terms

 

Crypto: Monero Ringmaster and Ticketfly Cofounder Start New Blockchain

Dan Teree has been building ticketing businesses since the dotcom days. When Teree joined TicketWeb in 1999, the then 3-year-old

 

Banned pregnancy drug tied to ADHD generations later

A pregnancy drug banned decades ago may have side effects that linger for generations. Grandchildren of women who took it

 

NYSE gets its first woman boss

The New York Stock Exchange is about to be run by a woman for the first time in its 226-year

 

2018 Is Shaping Up as a Pivotal Year for African-American Entrepreneurship

A nationwide ecosystem of accelerators, investment funds and conferences is strengthening black business ownership. May 22, 2018 5 min read

 

Dow jumps nearly 300 points, retakes 25,000 as U.S.-China trade tensions recede

The Dow industrials climbed back above 25,000 and the S&P 500 finished at a roughly nine-week high as investors applauded

 

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg agrees to have EU hearing live-streamed

Mark Zuckerberg will face his second public grilling over Facebook’s use of personal data this week, after bowing to pressure

 

Using Tinder Doesn’t Lead to More Casual Sex, Study Says

A new study has found that Tinder and other picture-based dating apps don’t increase users’ success in pursuing casual romantic

 

Small caps in ‘early innings’ of record run, Wall Street veteran says

The small cap Russell 2000 index is ripping to fresh records, while the overall stock market continues to struggle. B.

 

Pro sports ownership is still a white men’s club

The three biggest US sports leagues have just six people of color as principal owners. Team ownership is still largely

 

These Complaints About Millennials Are Actually Good Reasons You Should Hire Them

The ‘personality flaws’ of millennials can just as easily be seen as desirable attributes – ones that can help your

 

More people demand gluten-free superfoods with probiotics—for their pets

The slow food movement has trickled down the food chain. Kimberly Gauthier, a dog owner in Marysville, Wash., is so

 

Suspect in Texas school shooting confesses

Barney Jopson in Washington and Pan Kwan Yuk in New York May 19, 2018 Print this page A 17-year-old student

 

Starbucks Will Now Treat Even Nonpaying Guests Like Customers

Starbucks today announced that it is now official policy to allow all guests in its stores to use its facilities,

 

Santa Fe school shooter’s family express shock over teen’s rampage

The family of the 17-year-old student who opened fire on his Texas high school, killing 10 people and wounding 13

 

China will ‘significantly increase’ purchases of US goods and services

After weeks of tensions, China and the United States have reached an initial agreement on trade. Both parties said in

 

A Meeting Agenda Guide That Actually Works (Infographic)

Running a meeting isn’t always easy. However, this guide will make them a piece of cake. May 19, 2018 2

 

An 80-year Harvard study claims to have found the gateway to happiness

There are some things that money can’t buy. True friends and happiness are among them. In fact, an 80-year-long study

 

Rudy Giuliani’s Master Course In How Not to do Marketing

The gaffe filled media whirlwind of the former New York mayor and federal prosecutor is a case study in how

 

This Class of 2018 graduate is 66 and one of many older Americans pursuing a degree

Lerry Felton/Twitter Larry Johnson at his graduation last week. For many newly minted college graduates, donning their caps and

 

6 Tips for Doing International Business

These simple steps can help you get everything in line for your next — or first — international business venture.