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  • Trump Narrows Fed Leader Search to Five Candidates
    The White House has narrowed the search for the next Federal Reserve chairman to five final candidates, according to a White House official, who said President Donald Trump is expected to announce his pick before a trip to Asia that starts Nov. 3.
  • Amazon, Apartment Landlords Strike Deals on Deliveries
    Amazon is taking over the package rooms of some of the country’s largest apartment landlords, in a move that could help consolidate its control over how goods make it from the warehouse floor to the front door.
  • USDA Drops Tighter Rules on Meatpackers
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture has dropped efforts to tighten regulations governing how meat companies’ deal with the farmers who raise the nation’s poultry and livestock.
  • An Old Fracking Hot Spot Makes a Comeback
    A giant natural-gas field in Louisiana that was one of the early centers of American shale drilling is roaring back to life, boosted by a building boom of petrochemical plants, fertilizer factories and gas-export terminals along the Gulf Coast.
  • CSX Chief Vows to Win Back Lost Business After Service Woes
    CSX Corp. Chief Executive Hunter Harrison said the railway expects to win back any market share lost during this summer and sought to reassure investors that service problems were resolved.

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RSS The Economist

  • Wildfires rage in California
    At least 23 people have died and hundreds are missing after wildfires devastated large swathes of northern California. The blazes began on October 8th in the lush wine-growing region outside San Francisco. Arid conditions and high winds, reaching speeds of 79mph, caused them to spread quickly. As The Economist went to press they were far […]
  • More police departments and other first-responders are using drones
    IN JUNE a search-and-rescue team in Colorado used a drone to spot lost hikers in a pine forest, shaving hours off the time it would have taken to find the hikers using dogs, and thousands of dollars off the cost of doing so with a helicopter. In August police officers in Maine used a drone […]
  • The evangelical divide
    FOR almost 80 years the Princeton Evangelical Fellowship has aspired, in the words of its first president, to take a “definite stand for Christ on the campus.” Yet in August the student body dropped the word “evangelical” from its name. It had become “misunderstood” by students, its current boss said. “There might be certain assumptions […]
  • What Republican senators really think of the president
    ODD as it may seem, when Bob Corker, the Republican chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said that he worries that Donald Trump approaches his job like a “reality show” and may set America on “the path to World War III”, he was not voicing the fear that causes Republican senators to lose most […]
  • America’s oldest transport network needs some attention
    ONE of the murals depicting the history of Paducah on a wall built to keep out the river shows a captain in his pilot-house, looking over a 15-barge tow with 24,000 tonnes of cargo. At the turn of the last century this small city in Kentucky, at the confluence of the Ohio and Tennessee, became […]

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