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Value Stocks Over Growth Stocks? Fat Chance

Value Stocks Over Growth Stocks? Fat Chance

Lower taxes should be a boon for less-desirable “value” stocks. But a closer look shows why it won’t last for long.

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Al Franken to resign from US Senate after sexual misconduct accusations

Al Franken to resign from US Senate after sexual misconduct accusations

Al Franken, one of the Senate’s most prominent and popular Democrats, has ceded to fellow Democrats’ demands that he resign following accusations of sexual misconduct – a stunning turn of events for a man once believed to be a dark-horse presidential candidate.

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Lending Club shares plumb new depths

Lending Club shares plumb new depths

Online lender cuts profit forecasts again at its inaugural investor day

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Al Franken Set to Make Announcement Soon on Whether He Plans to Resign

Al Franken Set to Make Announcement Soon on Whether He Plans to Resign

Sen. Al Franken is expected to announce whether he plans to resign, in a speech on the Senate floor that will put him face to face with the dozens of Democratic colleagues who urged him to step down over allegations of sexual misconduct.

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Wildfires Spur Thousands to Evacuate in Southern California

Wildfires Spur Thousands to Evacuate in Southern California

Unrelenting winds overnight stoked wildfires scorching Southern California, forcing officials to expand evacuation orders in Ventura County north of the city and to close a 17-mile stretch of the main coastal freeway there as flames bore down.

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Scenes From Outer Space

Scenes From Outer Space

A new book features striking images from the past 50 years of NASA’s archives.

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Figure Skating Competition Is Radically Different, if Russians Don’t Compete at the Games

Figure Skating Competition Is Radically Different, if Russians Don’t Compete at the Games

Some Russian skaters may be invited to compete under a neutral banner, but top stars such as world champion Evgenia Medvedeva are threatening to opt out.

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GE cuts 12,000 jobs in power equipment division

GE cuts 12,000 jobs in power equipment division

Business serving gas and coal-fired plants hit hard by rise of renewables

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Robots must up their game to solve real problems

Robots must up their game to solve real problems

Gulf between artificial and human intelligence is still some way from being crossed

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Career changers: redundancy and reinvention

Career changers: redundancy and reinvention

Emma Jacobs meets a woman coming to terms with losing her job

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Long-term bets on European banks still fraught with risk

Long-term bets on European banks still fraught with risk

Bad loans, negative rates and post-crisis regulation weigh on sector

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Trump’s Jerusalem Stance Raises Tension With Arab Allies

Trump’s Jerusalem Stance Raises Tension With Arab Allies

The first signs of strain with President Donald Trump’s administration among his closest Arab allies have surfaced over the policy shift on Jerusalem, an indication the U.S. is at risk of alienating potential partners in the pursuit of Mideast peace and the building of a coalition to counter Iran.

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Martin Schulz calls for ‘United States of Europe’

Martin Schulz calls for ‘United States of Europe’

SDP leader sets out ambitious agenda in return for coalition talks with Merkel

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Ireland expects new UK Brexit offer to be made soon

Ireland expects new UK Brexit offer to be made soon

Varadkar willing to consider any proposals by May after DUP veto over border deal

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GE to cut 12,000 jobs in plan to reduce costs in power unit

GE to cut 12,000 jobs in plan to reduce costs in power unit

General Electric, the American industrial conglomerate, has announced plans to slice 12,000 jobs including 1,100 in the UK as part of an effort to cut $1bn in costs.

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