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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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GE’s Power Division to Eliminate 12,000 Jobs

GE’s Power Division to Eliminate 12,000 Jobs

General Electric’s power division said it was cutting 12,000 jobs as part of its efforts to reduce structural costs by $1 billion next year.

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Bitcoin Tops $15,000 as Manic Rally Gains Even More Momentum

Bitcoin Tops $15,000 as Manic Rally Gains Even More Momentum

The price of bitcoin topped $15,000 for the first time on Thursday, in a fresh rally that is hitting new highs every day.

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Making Credit Suisse Swiss Again Drives Its Turnaround

Making Credit Suisse Swiss Again Drives Its Turnaround

Two years into its overhaul,Credit Suisse has returned to its Alpine roots by building up its Swiss unit and, more important, expanding the management of wealthy clients’ money, long a staple of Swiss banks.

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Family Businesses Worry the 
		
			
		
	Tax Overhaul Will Hurt Them

Family Businesses Worry the Tax Overhaul Will Hurt Them

Family-owned businesses including grocery stores, craft shops, small manufacturers and others are worried tax legislation in Congress could leave them at a disadvantage to big corporations and other competitors.

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Dreamers’ Fate Hangs Over Efforts to Avert Government Shutdown

Dreamers’ Fate Hangs Over Efforts to Avert Government Shutdown

A long-running fight over immigration threatens to spark a government shutdown later this month as the Republicans try to pass a spending bill to keep the government funded.

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Dismantling Sears to Save It

Dismantling Sears to Save It

As he reshapes an American icon, CEO Edward Lampert is shedding assets and borrowing billions. Who is he dealing with? Often, it's Edward Lampert.

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Decline in Black Mayors Signals Political, Demographic Shift

Decline in Black Mayors Signals Political, Demographic Shift

The nature of urban leadership is changing as the number of black mayors in the nation’s big cities declines, a trend that risks diminishing prominent African-American voices in the public debate.

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UN Security Council set to meet over US decision on Jerusalem

UN Security Council set to meet over US decision on Jerusalem

Palestinian group Hamas calls for new uprising as anger in Middle East grows

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Norway’s oil fund makes first Asian property investment

Norway’s oil fund makes first Asian property investment

Sovereign wealth fund takes stake in five buildings in Tokyo

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