Financial news on October 11, 2019
Business and Financial news
b'The newsroom at the tabloid intended for subway reading loses more than half its employees as Schneps Media, a New York publisher, takes over.' Read more..
b'A task force found that Boeing did not adequately describe the system that contributed to two crashes, and that the F.A.A. failed to understand much of what it did share.' Read more..
b'Ambitious moves to shift power to workers are being embraced by several presidential candidates.' Read more..
b'The Federal Reserve is acting after a shortage of dollars in an obscure corner of the financial markets required intervention.' Read more..
b'A hedge fund manager\xe2\x80\x99s attempt to push a borrower into bankruptcy ended with a tarnished reputation for one and jail time for the other.' Read more..
b'A record 15 million people got a six-month reprieve on filing their 2018 returns \xe2\x80\x94 the first to deal with the changed tax code. The new deadline is Tuesday.' Read more..
b'During his tenure, Bill McDermott struck a string of multibillion-dollar deals that established SAP as Europe\xe2\x80\x99s pre-eminent technology group.' Read more..
b'The chief news anchor at Fox News, who stood apart from the network\xe2\x80\x99s commentators, announced his departure at the close of his regular broadcast.' Read more..
b'Although the growth of its core business has slowed, Uber is building its food and freight delivery services, among other ambitions.' Read more..