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Broadcom seeks to oust Qualcomm board in hostile bid

Broadcom seeks to oust Qualcomm board in hostile bid

Chipmaker’s move comes after rival rejected its $30bn takeover offer

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U.S. Stocks Jump on Senate Tax Bill

U.S. Stocks Jump on Senate Tax Bill

U.S. stocks rose Monday as investors digested the implications of the Senate passing its version of tax reform over the weekend.

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Foster: DUP wants ‘sensible Brexit’, ‘will not accept divergence’ from rest of UK

Foster: DUP wants ‘sensible Brexit’, ‘will not accept divergence’ from rest of UK

The Democratic Unionists have delivered a frosty response to news of a breakthrough in the Brexit talks, saying they will not accept any deal that would subject Northern Ireland to different economic regulations from the rest of the UK.

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CBOE and CME battle for bitcoin futures bragging rights

CBOE and CME battle for bitcoin futures bragging rights

Venues offer competing contracts as they seek to exploit rising Wall Street interest

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Tax Overhaul Marked by Blinding Speed

Tax Overhaul Marked by Blinding Speed

If lawmakers achieve their goal of having a final bill on the president’s desk for signature before Christmas, they will have overhauled the entire U.S. tax system—affecting millions of households and businesses—in less than eight weeks between unveiling a bill and presidential signature.

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First U.S. Bitcoin Futures to Start Trading Next Week

First U.S. Bitcoin Futures to Start Trading Next Week

The first U.S. bitcoin futures will start trading next week, as dueling Chicago futures exchanges seek to cash in on surging investor interest in the digital currency.

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Sandy Hook School Shooting: The Police Five Years On

Sandy Hook School Shooting: The Police Five Years On

The 2012 shooting helped accelerate how police departments approach mental-health care for their officers.

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Brexit: key dates

Brexit: key dates

The dates that will define Britain's future outside the EU after Brexit

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Facebook launches messaging app for kids as young as six

Facebook launches messaging app for kids as young as six

New version of Messenger service will let parents decide with whom children communicate

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Trump Endorses Roy Moore in Alabama Senate Race

Trump Endorses Roy Moore in Alabama Senate Race

President Donald Trump endorsed Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore, linking his candidacy to the need to pass tax cuts, criminal-justice measures, stricter immigration laws and enforcement, and more.

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Pound holds highs above $1.35 on news of UK-Ireland Brexit border pact

Pound holds highs above $1.35 on news of UK-Ireland Brexit border pact

Sterling jumped in early New York trading on news that the UK and Ireland have reached a crucial compromise that will help pave the way for Brexit talks to reach their next stage.

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Europe holds all the cards in the Brexit talks

Europe holds all the cards in the Brexit talks

EU negotiators are confident Britain will eventually accept a deal on their terms

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Guilty Plea by Ex-Trump Official 
		
			
		
	Sparks Clashing Interpretations

Guilty Plea by Ex-Trump Official Sparks Clashing Interpretations

To Trump’s supporters, ex-National Security Adviser Mike Flynn’s guilty plea proved that investigators were nowhere near proving collusion with Russians to interfere in the 2016 president election, while critics said it was a milestone in the investigation.

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Carbon: From Pollutant to Product | Moving Upstream

Carbon: From Pollutant to Product | Moving Upstream

Most scientists consider carbon dioxide the primary culprit in climate change. But what if CO2 in the atmosphere could be converted from an invisible gas into products like bricks and shoes? WSJ’s Jason bellini investigates. Image: Ryno Eksteen and Adele Morgan

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