Wall Street Journal Diplomacy in the Age of Covert Surveillance 2016-12-03T10:42:57.000000Z As Robin Raphel worked for the State Department in Pakistan, her brand of traditional diplomacy ran into the new realities of covert surveillance. The collision turned her life upside down. CEO Says Ford Still Moving Small-Car Output to Mexico 2016-12-02T22:53:07.000000Z Ford Motor will shift small-car production to Mexico despite repeated criticism from President-elect Donald Trump and a pledge from the incoming American leader that companies will face “consequences” for leaving the U.S. U.S. Stock Futures Unmoved by Jobs Report; Global Shares Down 2016-12-02T14:23:44.000000Z U.S. stock futures were little changed after jobs data showed signs of ongoing growth in the labor market and the unemployment rate fell to the lowest in nine years. Mnuchin Made Millions From Financial Crisis 2016-12-01T20:23:34.000000Z Donald Trump’s nominee for Treasury secretary, who worked for Goldman Sachs and billionaire investor George Soros, made millions buying failed IndyMac. His résumé appears at odds with the president-elect’s campaign rhetoric, which heavily targeted Wall Street bankers. Potent Fix for Transplant Shortage: Genetically Modified Pigs 2016-12-01T15:01:28.000000Z A dire shortage of organ donors has led some researchers to consider an unusual solution: They are breeding genetically modified pigs whose organs could be compatible for human transplant. RBS Must Add $2.5 Billion in Capital After Failing BOE Stress Test 2016-11-30T10:09:07.000000Z Royal Bank of Scotland must add around $2.5 billion in capital after failing a Bank of England stress test, which also exposed weaknesses at Barclays and Standard Chartered. Plane Carrying Brazilian Soccer Team Crashes in Colombia; More Than 70 Killed 2016-11-29T13:38:29.000000Z Members of Brazilian soccer team Associação Chapecoense de Futebol, a Cinderella squad enjoying its best season, were among more than 70 people killed Monday night when their airplane crashed in Colombia. China's New Tool for Social Control: A Credit Rating for Everything 2016-11-29T09:16:03.000000Z Beijing wants to give every citizen a score based on behavior such as spending habits, turnstile violations and filial piety, which can blacklist citizens from loans, jobs, air travel. European Stocks Weighed Down by Oil, Banks 2016-11-28T10:47:09.000000Z Stocks and the dollar rowed back from recent gains Monday while oil prices came under pressure ahead of a critical meeting of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries. Teachers Rework Lesson Plans After Donald Trump's Election 2016-11-27T14:10:51.000000Z As some students protest the election of Donald Trump and others rejoice, teachers are wrestling with how best to educate them on a significant event that has split the country.