Household Borrowing Reaches Record $13.3 Trillion
Gradually rising interest rates have yet to dent Americans’ appetite for borrowing, with the total stock of new debt climbing to $13.3 trillion in the second quarter.
Turkey's Erdogan vows to boycott US electronics
Turkey’s president appeared to escalate a dispute with the U.S. that has helped foment a Turkish currency crisis
UK foreign minister: New European Brexit approach needed
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt says “we need a change in approach by the European Commission if we are going to have a pragmatic deal that works for everyone” as talks about Britain leaving the European Union have stalled. The talks are stuck amid feuding about how close an economic relationship […]
The Latest: Merkel says still much Brexit work to do
The Latest on Brexit negotiations (all times local): 5:15 p.m. German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she hopes to avoid a disorderly British departure from the European Union but there's a lot of work to be done in the coming months.
Uber Picks N.S.A. Veteran to Fix Troubled Security Team
Matt Olsen, the former general counselof the National Security Agency, will replace Joe Sullivan, who was fired after the disclosure of a data breach.
On Location: An Antique Barn for a Modern ‘Brady Bunch’
In Kinderhook, N.Y., a blended family needed more space. Their solution: an 18th-century barn that isn’t nearly as rustic as it looks.
Einhorn's Greenlight cuts back many top holdings, slices Apple
Billionaire investor David Einhorn, whose Greenlight Capital is posting some of the hedge fund industry's worst returns, cut back several long-term holdings including Apple Inc , Voya Financial Inc ...
Home Depot second-quarter sales bounce back, results top estimates
Home Depot Inc's profit and revenue topped estimates on Tuesday despite signs of a slowdown in the housing market, boosted by a rebound in demand for seasonal products and as shoppers spent more to remodel their homes.
Italy motorway bridge collapses in heavy rains, killing at least 35
Filed under: News , World News , Tragedy GENOA, Italy (Reuters) - At least 35 people were killed when a motorway bridge collapsed in torrential rains on Tuesday morning over buildings in the northern Italian port city of Genoa, Italy's ANSA news agency cited fire brigade sources as saying. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
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