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Whta's Next | What's Next: AT&T to Revamp CNN | A Hot Labor Market; Hidden Costs of Stressed Workers

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What’s Next Good Afternoon Welcome to What’s Next, a Sunday newsletter from the folks who deliver your essential weekday What’s News briefing . We won’t overload you: just a quick look at the week ahead and great stories you ought not to miss.   Week Ahead The work week is coming. Be ready. AT&T plans revamp of  WarnerMedia .  AT&T is shuffling the executive ranks within its newly acquired WarnerMedia entertainment empire. No more fiefdoms . It aims to officially break down the corporate walls  that have long been a way of life at Time Warner’s HBO, Turner and Warner Bros. units. Meanwhile, CNN is in for a different kind of makeover that seeks to reach a larger audience.  Upheaval ahead. A deal to give veteran television executive and producer Robert Greenblatt a senior role at WarnerMedia could be reached this week, just one phase of what is expected be a period of dramatic res

What's Next: U.S., China Work on Trade Deal; Markets Brace for More Volatility; Lessons for 2019.

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WHAT’S NEXT Good Afternoon Welcome to What’s Next, a Sunday newsletter from the folks who deliver your essential weekday What’s News briefing . We won’t overload you: just a quick look at the week ahead and great stories you ought not to miss. Week Ahead The work week is coming. Be ready. U.S., China fleshing out trade deal.  Chinese and U.S. negotiators are starting to flesh out  a deal that could defuse trade tensions  by boosting U.S. exports and loosening regulations that hobble U.S. firms operating in China. Markets prepare for another volatile week.  Investors are bracing for more wild swings in the stock market. “The volatility we’re seeing is very reminiscent of some of those ugly periods like when the dot-com bubble popped in 2000, or the post-Lehman financial crisis,” one analyst said.  After starting well , 2018 turned out to be a horrible year for markets.  Will 2019 be any better ? The partial government shutdown is headed