Authorities in Turkey believe a Saudi government critic who went missing after entering the kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul this week was killed there, a Turkish government official said on Sunday. Continue reading Turkish Police Think Saudi Critic Was Killed in Istanbul Consulate
Tesla Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk on Thursday dragged BlackRock into his long-running dispute with short sellers, alleging the fund manager was reaping heavy profits by lending shares they hold to this group of investors. Continue reading Musk Says BlackRock Makes ‘Excessive Profit’ From Short Lending
An establishment-bashing upstart is injecting drama into Latvia’s usually dull elections.
Asian stocks rounded out a tough week with a further sell-off Friday as technology companies in the region were roiled by escalating concerns about their business in the U.S. Ten-year Treasury yields held near seven-year highs before the American payrolls report. Continue reading Asian Stocks Fall, Tech Drops on U.S.-China Woes: Markets Wrap
A Commerzbank AG executive who won sex and maternity discrimination claims against the bank wants an unusual form of compensation: favorable treatment for future promotions.
Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley said Judge Kavanaugh should be confirmed on Saturday, and said there would be no more delays to the process. Continue reading Grassley Foresees Saturday Confirmation for Kavanaugh
President Emmanuel Macron Thursday suggested that the French complain too much, giving his opponents yet another opportunity to say he’s condescending.
The American leader commented Wednesday on the reaction of the public in the UN General Assembly Hall to his speech, where he listed the achievements of his administration. Continue reading Trump: They Respect What I’ve Done