List/Grid Monthly Archives: October 2017

The Wall Street Journal: Qualcomm CEO still expects NXP deal to close later this year

The Wall Street Journal: Qualcomm CEO still expects NXP deal to close later this year

LAGUNA BEACH, Calif. — Qualcomm Inc. said its $39 billion acquisition of NXP Semiconductors NV is on schedule to close by the end of the year, paving the way for… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: Treasury Dept. again declines to brand China as a currency manipulator

The Wall Street Journal: Treasury Dept. again declines to brand China as a currency manipulator

The U.S. Treasury again declined to label China a currency manipulator, though it continued to criticize Beijing for its large trade surplus and restrictions on foreign investors. “Treasury remains concerned… Read more »

In the age of automation, this is how immigrants help American workers

In the age of automation, this is how immigrants help American workers

Many middle-class American workers may have immigrants to thank for their jobs. The immigration of low-skilled workers mitigates the harmful effects automation can have on American workers, according to a… Read more »

BookWatch: Amazon, Apple, Google and Facebook will all go away within 50 years, says author

BookWatch: Amazon, Apple, Google and Facebook will all go away within 50 years, says author

Scott Galloway, a professor and former entrepreneur, sees an uncertain future for Amazon.com, Apple Inc., Facebook Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google in his new book on the powerful tech giants…. Read more »

In One Chart: America’s No. 1 financial regret

In One Chart: America’s No. 1 financial regret

Regrets? Most Americans have had more than just a few. Some 71% of Americans express regrets about their ability to manage their money, according to a poll released Tuesday by… Read more »

Working longer hours, spending more on luxuries: The dark side of Nobel-winner Richard Thaler’s ‘nudge theory’

Working longer hours, spending more on luxuries: The dark side of Nobel-winner Richard Thaler’s ‘nudge theory’

Nobel Prize winning economist Richard Thaler’s nudge theory has helped workers beef up their retirement accounts to the tune of nearly $30 billion, gotten people to eat more fruits and… Read more »

States sue Betsy DeVos over delays to Obama-era crackdown on for-profit colleges

States sue Betsy DeVos over delays to Obama-era crackdown on for-profit colleges

A coalition of 18 attorneys general is suing Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos and her Department, accusing the agency of illegally delaying Obama-era rules aimed at cracking down on for-profit… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: Magic Leap adds another $502 million in funding

The Wall Street Journal: Magic Leap adds another $502 million in funding

Stealthy mixed-reality startup Magic Leap Inc.’s failure to bring a product to market hasn’t gotten in the way of raising another hefty round of capital. The company said on Tuesday… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs to build tech-focused Toronto development

The Wall Street Journal: Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs to build tech-focused Toronto development

TORONTO — Sidewalk Labs LLC, the city-building unit of Google’s parent company Alphabet Inc., will partner with the city of Toronto on a high-tech waterfront development, the first major foray… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: 2 Chicago airport police officers who dragged United passenger off plane fired

The Wall Street Journal: 2 Chicago airport police officers who dragged United passenger off plane fired

Chicago’s aviation department has fired two airport police officers involved in the removal of a passenger from a United Airlines flight in April, city officials said Tuesday. An aviation security officer… Read more »

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