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U.S. Takes Trade Fight to Smaller Nations

U.S. Takes Trade Fight to Smaller Nations

The White House push to confront rivals over trade has spread beyond the world’s biggest economies like China and Europe to include poorer countries that also see the U.S. as a critical market for their goods.

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Private equity spending pace slows to 10-year low

Private equity spending pace slows to 10-year low

Buyout groups accessed just 1% of capital in last quarter of 2017

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Tensions Flare as Hackers Root Out Flaws in Voting Machines

Tensions Flare as Hackers Root Out Flaws in Voting Machines

Hackers at the Defcon computer security conference believe they can help prevent manipulation of U.S. elections. Some election officials and makers of voting machines aren’t so sure.

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The New Business Banker: A Private-Equity Firm

The New Business Banker: A Private-Equity Firm

Big firms like KKR, Blackstone are lending more where traditional banks won’t—and sometimes competing with them, too

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Trump Poses Wild Card in Farm Bill Negotiations

Trump Poses Wild Card in Farm Bill Negotiations

Democrats and Republicans from rural states want to pass a new farm bill before current legislation expires in September, but a divide over work requirements for food-stamp recipients could trip up a compromise.

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The Security App That Actually Makes Browsing Easier

The Security App That Actually Makes Browsing Easier

The new Dashlane security suite—with password manager, a VPN and a tool to check if your personal information has been stolen—is the easiest way yet to protect yourself on the internet.

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GOP Rep. Chris Collins Suspends Re-Election Campaign

GOP Rep. Chris Collins Suspends Re-Election Campaign

Insider-trading allegations have derailed what had been viewed as a clear path to another term for the Republican representative from New York.

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After Tesla Buyout Tweet, Some Investors Wonder: Where Was Nasdaq?

After Tesla Buyout Tweet, Some Investors Wonder: Where Was Nasdaq?

After Tesla Chief Elon Musk’s explosive tweet last week about a possible company buyout, some investors wonder why Nasdaq took more than an hour to halt frenzied trading.

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Horizon Employee Conveyed Flying Knowledge to Air-Traffic Controllers

Horizon Employee Conveyed Flying Knowledge to Air-Traffic Controllers

The man who stole a plane from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Friday night didn’t have a pilot’s license but still managed to perform complex maneuvers in the air.

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In Break From Precedent, Trump’s Moves  Aggravate Turkey’s Currency Crisis, Rather Than Calm It

In Break From Precedent, Trump’s Moves Aggravate Turkey’s Currency Crisis, Rather Than Calm It

President Trump’s decision to double steel tariffs on Turkey as its government battled a currency collapse marked a departure for the U.S. from how it traditionally handles financial turmoil.

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Google Woos Partners for Potential China Expansion

Google Woos Partners for Potential China Expansion

While Google’s search engine remains blocked in China, the company is courting allies there by providing tools and support to a growing number of app developers, manufacturers and advertisers in the region.

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Trump’s Attacks on the Press: Part Instinct, Part Calculation

Trump’s Attacks on the Press: Part Instinct, Part Calculation

Trump’s broadsides against the media are in part a visceral response to criticism, advisers and people close to the president say. But they also are part of a campaign strategy to energize voters.

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IBM Has a Watson Dilemma

IBM Has a Watson Dilemma

Big Blue spent billions on its Watson artificial intelligence product with a focus on cancer care. Sometimes, it didn’t say more than doctors already knew. In other cases, Watson was tripped up by a lack of data in rare or recurring cancers and rapidly evolving treatments.

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