Why Goldman Sachs is bullish on European stocks

A widespread rebound in European stocks on Wednesday adds fuel to one of Wall Street’s most attractive stock selections. Read more Source link

The knee of a white man: the murder weapon the United States could not ignore

For nearly a year, black Americans have been trying to understand what differentiates Derek Chauvin. The former Minneapolis cop is not the first to murder a black person in the…

Tesla apologizes after attacks on Chinese state media

Tesla apologized after being attacked by Chinese state media for its treatment of customers, days after a protest against the company in one of its most important markets. The presence…

Vaccines Work: Charts That Show Endgame Of Covid

It’s easy to feel like the coronavirus pandemic gets out of hand again. The rate of new cases hit a record high last week, with 5.2 million people worldwide infected,…

Denmark pressures Syrian refugees to leave

Six years after fleeing the war in Syria, Bilal Tamam, originally from Damascus, is “fully integrated” in Denmark: he runs his own moving company and his children enjoy sleepovers with…

Despite all their fine words, CEOs don’t share the pain

We’re all in the same boat, business leaders told us last year when they pledged to forgo part of their salaries or bonuses in recognition of the devastation caused by…

‘Justice painfully won’: Minneapolis welcomes Chauvin’s verdict with relief

The Twin Cities had been bracing for a riot for weeks, but on Tuesday, the crowd outside the Minneapolis courthouse buzzed with surprised and happy relief. Boards of directors covered…

CVC withdraws from plans to privatize Toshiba

CVC Capital Partners has taken a step back from its plans to privatize Toshiba in Japan’s largest leveraged buyout in a letter telling the company it would “step back” for…

Huarong debacle tests Beijing’s resolve to bail out state groups

When the former chairman of China’s biggest troubled debt manager was executed in January, the focus was on the 1.8 billion rmb ($ 280 million) in bribes he had been…

‘It’s much worse this time’: India’s devastating second wave

Every night, funeral pyres burn on the banks of the Ganges, a grim symbol of the ferocious wave of Covid-19 causing a health crisis and human tragedy in India that…