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McDonald’s expects to open nearly 10,000 restaurants over the next four years, the fastest period of growth in the company’s history. Ahead of a day-long event for investors, the Chicago burger … more
A conglomerate of unions in Norway says it will take action against Tesla in solidarity with its Swedish colleagues. The Swedes are demanding that the Texas-based automaker sign a collective … more
The Bank of England says it will make an assessment next year about the risks posed by artificial intelligence and machine learning. In its half-yearly Financial Stability Review, the bank said … more
A new guide from the Department of Homeland Security aims to help churches, synagogues, mosques and other houses of worship protect themselves during heightened tensions in faith-based communities … more
A Dubai-based British hedge fund trader sought by Danish authorities for allegedly orchestrating a $1.7 billion tax fraud, considered one of the largest in the Scandinavian country, has been … more
The generative AI boom has sent governments worldwide scrambling to regulate the emerging technology. It's also raised the risk of upending a European Union push to approve the world’s first … more
The Missing Piece in Green Investing
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Never buy a puzzle from a thrift store because there is too much risk of a missing piece. Last week, my wife broke that rule and bought a jigsaw puzzle from a thrift store, and sure enough, it had a … more
U.S. labor market cools
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WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. employers posted 8.7 million job openings in October, the fewest since March 2021, in a sign that hiring is cooling in the face of higher interest rates yet remains at a … more
Asian shares have advanced after most stocks slipped on Wall Street following a mixed set of reports on the U.S. economy. Oil prices edged higher. On Tuesday, Wall Street hovered near its highest … more
Western officials say sanctions against Russia’s billionaires are meant to isolate President Vladimir Putin, choke off support for his war and turn powerful business allies against him. But in the … more
When Vladimir Putin came to power in 2000, the outside world viewed “Russian oligarchs” as men who whose vast wealth, ruthlessly amassed, made them almost shadow rulers. The term has persisted … more
Members of Hollywood’s actors union have voted to ratify the deal with studios that ended their strike after nearly four months. The 78% approval from the members of the Screen Actors … more
China has intensified a crackdown on online scams operated in border areas of Myanmar. The drive has been showcased by confession videos and national TV broadcasts of arrests of high-profile … more
CVS Health is introducing changes to how its prescription drug pricing model works, and that could lead to some savings for customers starting next year. The health care giant said Tuesday that it … more
A high-speed rail line between Las Vegas and the Los Angeles area is getting a Biden administration pledge of $3 billion to help start laying track. Nevada's two Democratic U.S. senators said Tuesday … more
Frontier Airlines has settled a lawsuit filed by female pilots who said the airline discriminated against pregnant and breastfeeding employees. In the settlement announced Tuesday, Frontier will let … more
The Supreme Court says retired Justice Sandra Day O’Connor will lie in repose at the court on Dec. 18. A funeral service at the National Cathedral will follow the next day. The first woman on the … more
Security filings show the Federal Trade Commission is investigating ExxonMobil’s $60 billion deal to acquire a Texas oil company, potentially one the largest energy industry mergers in two decades. … more
Federal investigators have concluded that a 2021 rupture of an undersea oil pipeline off the Southern California coast was likely caused by the proximity of anchored shipping vessels. The National … more
The U.S. has imposed sanctions on a Belgian involved in procuring electronics for the Russian military, his companies and a group of Belarusian firms and people tied to Russia’s invasion of … more
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