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Apple Plans to Pay $38 Billion in Repatriation Taxes

Apple said it plans to pay $38 billion in repatriation taxes on profits and cash held overseas, and said it would create a new U.S. campus and create 20,000 jobs.


Goldman's Tax Wobble Is a Buying Opportunity

Goldman’s share buybacks will take a hit from tax reform, but the long-run benefits will be substantial.


First Female Premier Set to Lead Romania Amid Anticorruption Protests

Romania’s president named a new prime minister on Wednesday, the country’s third in a year, as the ruling party tried to survive one of the biggest anticorruption movements in modern European history.


Old-Age Safety Net Frays for Millions of Americans

Long-term-care insurance was supposed to help pay for nursing homes, assisted living and personal aides. Now, though, the industry is in financial turmoil, causing misery for many of the 7.3 million people who own a long-term-care policy.


Turkey Threatens to Attack Kurdish Allies of U.S. in Syria

Turkey is amassing troops on the border with Syria and has said it would launch full-scale attacks on the Kurdish forces there that helped the U.S. beat back Islamic State, as the defeat of the extremist group makes way for old rivalries to resurface.


First GE, Now Rolls-Royce: Engine Maker Considers Spinoff

British aircraft-engine maker Rolls-Royce said it may sell its commercial-marine business, joining rival industrial giants such as General Electric in taking steps to reinvent themselves under activist investor pressure.

Life & Style

The World's Weirdest Watches: Good Luck Telling the Time

A new breed of artful timepieces make it intentionally tricky to figure out the time. Watch geeks love them, but what about the rest of us?


Lindsey Graham is the first GOP senator to come out against the Republican bill to avoid a shutdown — throwing the fight into flux

Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham said he would vote against the Republican-crafted continuing resolution, throwing the government shutdown fight into flux.


New Images Of DNA Being Copied Could Help Scientists Treat Cancer

Scientists say they watched and took images of DNA being decoded and the new information about this process, which hands out instructions to the body, could help them fight cancer.


Former U.S. Ambassadors Urge Trump to Reassess View of Africa

Former American ambassadors to 48 African nations have urged President Donald Trump to reassess his views on Africa and its citizens after he was reported to have referred to nations there as “shithole countries.”


Saudi Arabia Pledges $2 Billion to Stabilize Yemen's War-Torn Economy

Saudi Arabia on Wednesday said it would inject $2 billion into Yemen’s central bank to stabilize the nation’s currency, as international criticism grew over the kingdom’s role in a war that has killed thousands and ravaged the economy


For GE, a Breakup Is No Quick Fix

While GE’s core Aviation, Power and Healthcare divisions would be among the biggest players in their markets, separating them would require unraveling intertwined operations, pensions and debts.


FTC Probes Broadcom Over Negotiations With Customers

The FTC is investigating whether Broadcom engaged in anticompetitive tactics in negotiations with customers.


13 of the highest-paying jobs at the best companies in America

What could be better than working at a company beloved by its employees? How about getting paid a lot of money to do it?


One Accounting Firm Wants to Hire Retirees

Mandatory retirement might seem like a relic but it remains common at accounting firms. But one firm in the top 100, PKF O’Connor Davies LLP, turns the practice upside down, seeking out and hiring senior accountants who have aged out at other firms

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