A Soybean Surge Makes Trump's Trade War Look Deceptively Good
New York Times, 12 July at 00:34
WASHINGTON — President Trump's trade war is expected to temporarily bolster United States economic growth, in part because Beijing tried to beat the clock on Mr. Trump's tariffs by stocking up on American soybeans, crude oil and other exports.
Stocks Skid as Trade War Worsens With New Tariff Threats
U.S. News & World Report
Trump wants to hit another $200 billion worth of Chinese imports with tariffs — here's what could get slammed
China Can Hit US Tech Firms Where It Hurts in Tariff Response
US Companies In China Losing Patience, Tell Trump 'Enough Is Enough'
This Time Around, Chinese Consumer Products Would Face Tariffs
Wall Street Journal
Global investors rattled as all-out trade war moves step closer
China switches strategy to deal with Trump tariffs
Dow falls more than 150 points after US unveils new tariffs on Chinese goods
Tariff drama is just a sideshow to China's slowing growth
China accuses Trump of bullying over tariffs
After Trump's new round of tariffs, China may either have to blink or widen the trade war
Los Angeles Times
Fiat Chrysler's New CEO Shows Company's Future Is All About Jeep
Bloomberg, 22 July at 11:12
The company is called Fiat Chrysler. But its success depends on another iconic brand: Jeep. That explains why Mike Manley, a 54-year-old Briton, was picked to replace Sergio Marchionne, the automotive icon who was forced to relinquish the post of chief ...
RPT-NEWSMAKER-Illness ends career of Sergio Marchionne, the CEO who liked to fix things
Reuters, 22 July at 10:07
(Repeats story that ran Saturday with no change to headline or text). By Agnieszka Flak and Pamela Barbaglia. MILAN/LONDON, July 21 (Reuters) - Sergio Marchionne bowed out on Saturday as one of the auto industry's most demanding and tenacious chief ...
Tesla Model S Is This Decade's Greatest Car, Hagerty Claims
CleanTechnica, 22 July at 05:26
July 21st, 2018 by Matt Pressman. Originally published on EVANNEX. If you're a collector of classic cars, you're probably familiar with Hagerty. Started in 1984, this industry leader protects over one million vehicles — insuring some of the world's
Papa John's Board to Discuss 'Poison Pill' to Block Founder From Gaining Control
Wall Street Journal, 22 July at 05:06
Papa John's International Inc. PZZA 1.16% board members are planning to discuss and possibly vote Sunday morning on whether to adopt a “poison pill” to prevent its controversial founder from gaining a controlling interest in the pizza chain, according
Uber suspends St. Louis driver who broadcast passengers on Twitch live stream
CNBC, 22 July at 04:54
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch told the story of Jason Gargac, an Uber and Lyft driver who live-streams his riders. Uber suspended the driver for violating its own rules. Published Updated Moments Ago CNBC.com. A driver with placards for both Lyft and
A Driver for Uber and Lyft Covertly Streamed Hundreds of Rides on Twitch Without Rider Consent
Gizmodo, 22 July at 04:40
In the past few months, wannabe online video stars have filmed themselves doing a suicide bomb “prank” at college and spreading a fake rumor about a mass shooting at a Disney resort. They have also landed themselves in court for things as varied as ...
NEWSMAKER-Illness ends career of Sergio Marchionne, the CEO who liked to fix things
Reuters, 22 July at 02:59
MILAN/LONDON, July 21 (Reuters) - Sergio Marchionne bowed out on Saturday as one of the auto industry's most demanding and tenacious chief executives, his health in crisis after a career in which he rescued Fiat and Chrysler, two of its most storied ...
Home Depot worker fired after encounter with 'racist' customer is rehired
NOLA.com, 22 July at 02:17
In this Wednesday, May 18, 2016, photo, the Home Depot logo appears on a credit card reader at a Home Depot store in Bellingham, Mass. (AP Photo/Steven Senne). Comment. By The Washington Post. After a man last Thursday (July 12) approached the ...
How Do You Follow Sergio Marchionne
Bloomberg, 22 July at 01:33
At the close of a now famous presentation in which he chided the auto industry for its profligate ways, Sergio Marchionne quoted a telling passage from Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking Glass. The Red Queen tells a frustrated and exhausted Alice that
A Black Home Depot Employee Was Racially Abused By a Customer (So Why Was He Fired?)
Inc.com, 22 July at 00:08
Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. I don't know whether Home Depot is run on army lines. However, the company's adherence to the letter of its own rules verges on an odd militarism.
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