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The eccentric scion of a prominent Dallas family that made a fortune in oil, Mr. Hunt tried and failed to corner the world’s silver market in 1980.
Lawmakers in several states have voted to increase the fees or the interest rates that lenders can charge on personal loans used by millions of poor or financially struggling borrowers.
The iPad Air 2 is substantially faster than its predecessor, and both it and the Mini 3 include Touch ID and Apple Pay. Needless to say, both products are costly.
The action came more than two years after the agency learned that Trinity Industries failed to report possibly hazardous design changes to its highway rails.
The Council of Public Relations Firms plans to adopt an informal name, the P.R. Council, and promote the benefits of public relations to senior executives of client companies.
Major manufacturers of protective equipment are increasing production as people across the United States brace for new potential cases of the virus.
The new regulations aim to strengthen the vast market for bonds that are backed with mortgages and other loans.
Mr. Bradlee, a quintessential newspaper editor, supervised The Washington Post’s exposure of the Watergate scandal that led to the resignation of President Richard M. Nixon.
The company said it would reach its cost-cutting goal by 2019 through a variety of measures, like revamping its global supply chain.
Representing 95 percent of global production, the state has more distilleries now than at any time since the end of Prohibition.
The chairman and chief was a charismatic executive who was known for speaking his mind and who was on friendly terms with heads of state.
Evercore Partners, the investment bank assisting the sale, is expected to send out preliminary marketing materials next week.
David Cohen, a Treasury under secretary, discusses the battle to choke off the flow of illicit revenue to the Islamic State.
A wide variety of alternative and “smart” gadgets, including advanced power strips and high-efficiency light bulbs, can help consumers conserve energy
Mr. Rascoff is the chief executive of Zillow, an online real estate database and marketplace with headquarters in Seattle.
The standoff between the two countries, in which Russian gas deliveries have been halted over Ukraine’s unpaid gas bill, has Europe worried about its winter supplies.
The hedge fund suggested that the drug maker consider splitting itself up into a faster-growing entity whose products require research spending, and a slower-growing company with more mature products.
Google is leading a $542 million investment in a little-known firm called Magic Leap, in an investment that is said to value the start-up at about $2 billion.
As the damages wrought by increasingly disruptive weather patterns have climbed around the world, the insurance industry seems to have quietly engaged in what looks a lot like a retreat.