Arts Calendar: Happenings for the Week of November 12

Arts Calendar: Happenings for the Week of November 12

‘The Hunger Games’ gets a prequel, ‘The Crown’ ascends to the throne for a final season, Dolly Parton tries out rock ’n’ roll and more.

Davide Renne, New Moschino Creative Director, Is Dead at 46

Davide Renne, New Moschino Creative Director, Is Dead at 46

Davide Renne, the newly appointed creative director of Italian fashion house Moschino and longtime womenswear designer for Gucci, died on Friday. He was 46.  His death was announced by Moschino parent Aeffe in a statement. Copyright ©2023 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 87990cbe856818d5eddac44c7b1cdeb8

Energy & Utilities Roundup: Market Talk

Energy & Utilities Roundup: Market Talk

The latest Market Talks covering Energy and Utilities. Published exclusively on Dow Jones Newswires at 4:20 ET, 12:20 ET and 16:50 ET. 0048 GMT – Oil prices edge higher in early Asian trade amid a broad pick up in risk appetite across markets, ANZ analysts say in an email. The risk on tone is aided … Read more

Bibi Netanyahu's Case to the Civilized World

Bibi Netanyahu's Case to the Civilized World

After Oct. 7, shouldn’t it be self-explanatory that Israel has to defeat Hamas to defend itself?

More Tariffs Is the Last Thing America Needs

More Tariffs Is the Last Thing America Needs

Oren Cass’s “Why Trump Is Right About Tariffs” (Review, Oct. 28) errs most fundamentally by assuming higher tariffs can—costs and corruption notwithstanding—reduce the U.S. trade deficit. Leaving aside whether said deficit is actually an economic problem (it isn’t), reams of evidence show that tariffs don’t offer a solution. For example, a 2017 Peterson Institute examination … Read more

Li Keqiang, Chinese Ex-Premier Who Helped Shape Economic Policy, Dies at 68

Li Keqiang, Chinese Ex-Premier Who Helped Shape Economic Policy, Dies at 68

Former Chinese Premier Li Keqiang died Friday after suffering heart failure, state media said. He was 68. Li, who served a decade as premier until March, was in Shanghai when he experienced a sudden heart attack on Thursday, the official Xinhua News Agency said in a brief report. Copyright ©2023 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. … Read more

A Middle East Action Plan for President Biden

A Middle East Action Plan for President Biden

Regarding your editorial “Biden Faces an Iran Reckoning” (Oct. 12): I doubt that it was a coincidence that Russia invaded Ukraine and Hamas invaded Israel on President Biden’s watch. Evil dictators sense weakness like rats smell food. That Mr. Biden has been pandering to Iran for almost three years, including fattening its coffers with tens … Read more

The Error That Has Dogged the Zionist Movement

The Error That Has Dogged the Zionist Movement

Oct. 15, 2023 11:04 am ET Douglas Feith, in “Hamas’s al-Aqsa Lie Has a Long and Disgraceful History” (op-ed, Oct. 10), states that “Haj Amin [al-Husseini], an Islamist radical from a notable Jerusalem clan, became a significant figure at age 24 when a British official appointed him mufti of Jerusalem, a high religious office.” That … Read more

The New Kings of Wall Street Aren’t Banks. Private Funds Fuel Corporate America.

The New Kings of Wall Street Aren’t Banks. Private Funds Fuel Corporate America.

Listen to article (2 minutes) Hyland Software, a business software company based in Ohio, relied on Credit Suisse for years to arrange billions of dollars in loans. After the Swiss bank collapsed in March, Hyland switched tracks and borrowed $3.4 billion from a little-known investment firm, Golub Capital, and others that specialize in a Wall … Read more

Trump Could Have Averted the House GOP Madness

Trump Could Have Averted the House GOP Madness

The former president and current front-runner stayed silent. Source link