Goldman to Cut Hundreds More Jobs as Consumer Unit Scaled Back

Goldman Sachs Group headquarters in New York, US, on Wednesday, June 15, 2022. The Securities and Exchange Commission is looking into whether some investments for the funds are in breach of ESG metrics promised in marketing materials, one of the people said.

China, US Diplomats Discuss Taiwan During ‘In-Depth’ Talks

The meeting in Bali between President Xi Jinping and President Joe Biden, which took place on the sidelines of the Group of 20 summit, led to a resumption of cooperation on issues including climate change and food security, putting a floor under worsening ties after tensions spiked due to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to … Read more

Oil Rebounds as Key Pipeline Remains Shut and China Eases Curbs

Following the imposition of the price cap and related curbs, a backlog of tankers waiting to haul oil through Turkey’s vital shipping straits built up amid a dispute over insurance cover. That now appears to be clearing, with a port agent tally on Sunday showing 19 tankers waiting to pass through the Bosphorus and Dardanelles … Read more

Pacific Storm Will Pummel US With Snow, Floods and Tornadoes

Upwards of 2 inches of rain could drop suddenly in the valleys of Southern California Saturday into Sunday with up to 6 inches in coastal foothills and mountains, touching off floods and landslides, the US National Weather Service said. Then snow could fall by the foot in the Sierra Nevada range, as well as in … Read more

Airbus Is Coming for Boeing’s 737

(Bloomberg Businessweek) — Designing a new commercial aircraft requires huge financial outlays and years of engineering wizardry, and success isn’t assured, as the short-lived Airbus A380 jumbo can attest. Such missteps—the double-decker jet never recouped its $20 billion in development costs before being dropped in 2019—explain why the aerospace industry’s preferred route these days is … Read more