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Burberry shares are jumping on talk of a £15 billion takeover

LONDON — Shares in luxury fashion brand Burberry are climbing on Monday morning after a report over the weekend said that US group Coach tried to buy the company. The Financial Times reported on Sunday that Burberry rejected multiple takeover offers from Coach in recent months. Show More Summary

How to Beat Financial Stress in Trying Times

Click here for reuse options! In many ways, we’ve become a society that defines ourselves and others as the sum total of what we have There’s a new stress in town, one we are calling Acute Financial Stress (AFS), and we’ve explored in...Show More Summary

Who will save China's rust belt?

(December 4, 2016 10:33 AM, by Scott Sumner) Now that Trump has decided to save America's rust belt, I thought it would be interesting to look at the issues facing China's rust belt. Here is the Financial Times: North-eastern China is facing a demographic crisis as educated millennials... (0 COMMENTS)

Donald Trump Decides to Poke the Chinese Dragon

The Financial Times reports that Donald Trump spoke on the phone today with Tsai Ying-wen, the president of Taiwan. This is a very big deal: The telephone call, confirmed by three people, is believed to be the first between a US president...Show More Summary

Trump Risks Enraging China By Calling Taiwan’s Leader In “Major Break” From 30 Years Of US Diplomacy

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Business Insider reports: President-elect Trump spoke with the president of Taiwan by phone on Friday, the Financial Times reported, in a move likely to infuriate Beijing and hinder US-China relations. Trump’s spokesperson Hope Hicks confirmed the phone call in an email on Friday. Show More Summary

Trump’s call to Taiwan a diplomatic breach

He has business dealing there, but that takes precedence over our our “one China” policy. The Financial Times, citing three sources, reports that Trump called Tsai Ying-wen, the president of Taiwan, on Friday. The call is a symbolic breach of the United States’ “One China” policy, which recognizes Beijing as the only government, that has been in [...]

President-Elect Trump Risks Diplomatic Dispute With China After Call to Taiwan

2 days agoNews : Mediaite

The Financial Times is reporting that President-elect Donald Trump spoke with Taiwanese President Tsai Ying-wen on the phone today.

Trump Risks China Rift After Call with Taiwan’s President

“Donald Trump risks opening up a major diplomatic dispute with China before he has even been inaugurated after speaking on the phone on Friday with Tsai Ying-wen, the president of Taiwan,” the Financial Times reports. “The telephone call, confirmed by [...]

Trump likely just infuriated Beijing with the US’s first call to Taiwan since 1979

President-elect Trump spoke with the president of Taiwan by phone on Friday, the Financial Times reported, in a move likely to infuriate Beijing and hinder US-China relations. Trump's spokesperson Hope Hicks confirmed the phone callShow More Summary

Trump team eyes proposed new non-nuclear sanctions on Iran: FT

2 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Donald Trump’s transition team is examining proposals for new non-nuclear sanctions on Iran, the Financial Times reported on Friday, citing congressional sources who have been in contact with the Republican President-elect’s team. Officials with Trump’s team have been in touch...

Fitbit Sets Its Sights On Pebble Takeover

The Fitbit Flex 2 (Fitbit) Fitbit is about to acquire Pebble, in a move that will shake up the wearable tech world. The news comes courtesy of a trio of sources – The Verge, The Financial Times and The Information – the latter of which claims that the deal is “for [...]

AT&T is optimistic about its Time Warner merger after talking to Trump's team (TWX, T)

President-elect Donald Trump's transition team has assured AT&T that, contrary to Trump's campaign rhetoric, the proposed merger of AT&T- and cable company Time Warner will be treated without prejudice, according to the Financial Times. "After...Show More Summary

NY Times:How To Hide $400 Million

New York Times Magazine, How to Hide $400 million: In any given year, trillions of dollars sit safely in the offshore financial world, effectively stateless, protected by legions of well-compensated defenders and a tangle of laws deliberately designed to impede creditors and tax collectors. Even the United States government finds...

31 Days to Financial Independence (Day 16): Trimming Your Spending – Education and Miscellany

“31 Days to Financial Independence” is an ongoing series that appears every Thursday on The Simple Dollar. You might want to start this series from the beginning! Last time, we continued looking at the average American family budget, going through each category and examining how one could trim the cost of typical expenses in that category. Show More Summary

The holidays, a time to take -- and give -- stock

A gift of company shares has the potential to be rewarding beyond just financially, especially to a young person

Malaysian PM eyes snap poll, vows fight to the death

Malaysia will hold polls soon, embattled Prime Minister Najib Razak said Thursday, vowing "to fight until the death" and showing no sign of succumbing to calls to quit over a massive financial scandal. It was the first time the Malaysian...Show More Summary

Fitbit said to be close to buying Pebble

A major deal between two well-known wearable companies may be in the works. Fitbit is reportedly close to buying Pebble. The deal is currently in the closing stages, says Financial Times, with Fitbit paying a “low price” for Pebble. Sources speaking to

Cracking the engagement nut at the Financial Times

News publishers around the world are working hard to improve the metrics they use to measure and understand their digital reach and performance. One of the most high-profile examples is the Financial Times, which developed in-house an engagement metric to measure its audience size and behaviour online. Read more...

Trump Picks Mnuchin for Treasury Secretary

Steven Mnuchin, a financier with deep roots on Wall Street and in Hollywood but no government experience, is expected to be named Donald Trump’s Treasury secretary as soon as Wednesday, thew New York Times reports. “As Treasury secretary, Mr. Mnuchin [...]

5 financial resolutions for your family and kids in 2017

This article was written by PolicyGenius staff writer Paul Sisolak. Now that 2016 is ending, it's that time of year again to start thinking and planning about all the positive New Year's resolutions we can make. Of course, so many resolutions always seem to fall by the wayside, empty promises that never get the follow through they deserve. Show More Summary

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