Archive for June 6th, 2018

<p>Bill Adler was invited last year to bid on a contract to make commercial sausage stuffers for a company that wanted to replace its Chinese supplier. The customer had just one non­negotiable demand: Match China’s price.</p>

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<p>As the company’s advisers liquidate its 735 U.S. stores, make deals for the operations around the world, and determine the value of its intellectual property, it’s become clear that Toys “R” Us didn’t only have an improvident amount of debt — it also had a debt structure as complex and precarious as a Jenga tower, which obscured the company’s tenuous finances. But gravity always wins in the end.</p>

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Investors betting against Tesla lost more than $1 billion as the company's shares rallied the most in over two years Wednesday, according S3 Partners.

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Jim Cramer takes Boeing's stock strength as a sign that trade tensions with China won't weigh too heavily on the aerospace colossus.

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<p>Governments from Vancouver to Sydney to Toronto are using taxes and other restrictions to tackle real-estate bubbles.</p>

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Jerry Morales, the mayor of Midland, Texas, and a local restaurateur, is being whipsawed by the latest Permian Basin shale-oil boom.

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President Donald Trump’s efforts to revive coal mining have been criticized as picking winners. Actually, it’s more like picking losers: coal has become a sunset industry as cleaner energy sources rapidly get cheaper.

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Here's why pensions are slowly disappearing in the United States.

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A single parking space in Hong Kong that was bought for $430,000 less than a year ago was just resold for $760,000.

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