Farnborough air show lures U.S. states, companies on optimism higher defense outlays will be a boon—trade wars aside

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Shoppers spent $4.2 billion during Amazon.com Inc.’s Prime Day sale, up 33 percent from a year ago, according to estimates from Wedbush Securities Inc. analyst Michael Pachter.

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Todd Adams won what he thought was a career-defining order last summer for his small, family-owned stainless steel manufacturer. Now, he’s paid “several hundred thousand dollars” from President Donald Trump’s tariffs that have cut deeply into that sale.

  • Mark Niquette | Bloomberg
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Cerberus Capital Management LP made a joint offer with Banca Ifis SpA to buy most of the 6 billion euros ($7 billion) of Italian bad loans being sold by Credit Agricole SA, according to people with knowledge of the matter.

  • Sonia Sirletti, Antonio Vanuzzo and Luca Casiraghi | Bloomberg
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  • 6 days ago
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Republicans could defend alliances and free trade, but they don’t.

  • Mark Gongloff | Bloomberg
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  • Jul 12
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Microsoft Corp. will offer businesses a free version of its Teams corporate chat app, taking on Slack Technologies Inc. in the startup’s main market.

  • Dina Bass | Bloomberg
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  • Jul 12
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Giant companies are killing entrepreneurialism, souring the young on free markets.

  • Noah Smith | Bloomberg
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  • Jul 12
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By targeting manufacturers, the new measures mark a serious escalation.

  • Christopher Balding | Bloomberg
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  • Jul 11
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A fierce battle over a handful of congressional seats in the Southern California bastion of Republicanism could determine both the GOP’s future in the state and the outcome of the national battle for control of the U.S. House of Representatives.

  • Christopher Palmeri | Bloomberg
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  • Jul 11
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The path of least resistance appears to be higher for global stock markets.

  • Arie Shapira | Bloomberg
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  • Jul 10
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Affordable Care Act insurers are facing a fresh round of uncertainty that could drive up premiums or push companies to stop offering coverage through the law, after the Trump administration’s latest move to cut off subsidies meant to help stabilize insurance markets.

  • Zachary Tracer, Brian Broderick and Sarah Kopit | Bloomberg
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  • Jul 8
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The U.S. agency that administers Obamacare is freezing payments to insurers that cover sicker patients, saying a federal court ruling ties its hands. The move brought a sharp response from health insurers warning of market disruptions and higher costs.

  • Brian Broderick and Sarah Kopit | Bloomberg
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  • Jul 7
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The change at the top of the Environmental Protection Agency won’t mean a dramatic shift in policy. If anything, President Donald Trump’s EPA could become even more effective at undoing Obama-era environmental policies under its new boss.

  • Jennifer A. Dlouhy | Bloomberg
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  • Jul 6
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Hiring qualified people in a tightening labor market is getting to be an even bigger headache for smaller U.S. companies, who’ve been fattening paychecks to lure skilled workers.

  • Jeff Kearns | Bloomberg
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  • Jul 5
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Hiring qualified people in a tightening labor market is getting to be an even bigger headache for smaller U.S. companies, who’ve been fattening paychecks to lure skilled workers.

  • Jeff Kearns | Bloomberg
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  • Jul 5
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Companies in the U.S. added fewer workers in June than forecast as a tight and still-solid labor market led to a slower pace of hiring, according to data released Thursday from the ADP Research Institute in Roseland, New Jersey.

  • Shobhana Chandra | Bloomberg
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Amazon.com Inc.’s ever-expanding retail empire is going to need more workers and vehicles to get millions of packages to shoppers’ doors. Taking more control over that growth, the web retailer offered to help anyone who wants to start their own delivery businesses.

  • Reed Stevenson and Thomas Black | Bloomberg
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  • Jun 28
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Europe’s revision of market rules was supposed to address a key conflict of interest in financial research. But in doing so, it may well have caused a “more controversial” conflict, according to Nasdaq Stockholm AB.

  • Hanna Hoikkala | Bloomberg
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  • Jun 28
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Europe’s revision of market rules was supposed to address a key conflict of interest in financial research. But in doing so, it may well have caused a “more controversial” conflict, according to Nasdaq Stockholm AB.

  • Hanna Hoikkala | Bloomberg
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  • Jun 27
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A top member of the House Democratic leadership was blindsided by a New York City primary loss at the hands of a fresh-faced candidate who raised one-tenth as much money and now becomes a standard-bearer in the ongoing struggle over the party’s identity.

  • Arit John and John McCormick | Bloomberg
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  • Jun 27
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