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What a Tax Overhaul Means for Your Industry

What a Tax Overhaul Means for Your Industry

Congress’s attempt to make the most significant tax-code changes since 1986 has split the business community. Here’s a look at how 19 different industries have responded.

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GOP Tax Bill Picks Up Support After Delay Over Deficit Fears

GOP Tax Bill Picks Up Support After Delay Over Deficit Fears

Senate Republicans pushing to pass a sweeping tax bill later Friday picked up the support of two more wavering GOP senators helping the party regroup after a late-evening stumble over concerns the bill would add to the budget deficit.

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TWA Chief C.E. ‘Ed’ Meyer Battled Unions, Carl Icahn

TWA Chief C.E. ‘Ed’ Meyer Battled Unions, Carl Icahn

C.E. “Ed” Meyer became chief executive of Trans World Airlines in 1976, during upheaval in the industry. He died Nov. 4 at age 89.

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Michael Flynn charged with lying to the FBI

Michael Flynn charged with lying to the FBI

Ex-national security adviser allegedly mislead investigators over Russian ambassador

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Republicans win over more doubters to tax plan

Republicans win over more doubters to tax plan

Party still needs to convince some wavering senators in last-minute dash for reform

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Flynn to Plead Guilty to Lying to the FBI

Flynn to Plead Guilty to Lying to the FBI

Donald Trump’s former national security adviser misled investigators about interaction with Russian ambassador, according to a court document.

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Silicon Valley Struggles to Add Conservatives to Its Ranks

Silicon Valley Struggles to Add Conservatives to Its Ranks

Some tech employees say their politics are unwelcome in an industry dominated by liberal views.

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North Korean Skaters’ Olympic Hopes Are on Thin Ice

North Korean Skaters’ Olympic Hopes Are on Thin Ice

The country missed a deadline to register its figure skaters for next year’s Winter Olympics, dealing a blow to host South Korea’s efforts to have its neighbor take part in what Seoul has dubbed the “Peace Olympics.”

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Flynn charged with lying to the FBI, set to enter plea

Flynn charged with lying to the FBI, set to enter plea

Michael Flynn, US President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser, is set to enter a plea in US court on Friday in connection with a charge that he lied to federal investigators about his discussions of sanctions with Russia’s ambassador to the US.

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Why can’t San Francisco’s tech culture solve the city’s social problems?

Why can’t San Francisco’s tech culture solve the city’s social problems?

It’s dreamed up solutions to the world’s problems — yet it’s failed to tackle the inequality on its own doorstep

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Eric Cantona on seagulls, fixing Man Utd and why you can’t buy passion

Eric Cantona on seagulls, fixing Man Utd and why you can’t buy passion

After a sporting career marked by genius and lunacy, does ‘The King’ have any regrets?

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Regulator Opens Way to Bitcoin Futures

Regulator Opens Way to Bitcoin Futures

The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission said it will allow two major Chicago exchanges, CME Group and Cboe Global Markets, to launch bitcoin futures.

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Why Epic Comebacks Are Becoming Routine in the NBA

Why Epic Comebacks Are Becoming Routine in the NBA

NBA teams are playing faster and raining 3-pointers. Now there’s no such thing as a safe lead.

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Meghan Markle: a breath of fresh air for the royal family

Meghan Markle: a breath of fresh air for the royal family

Mixed-race, divorced and American, the actress promises to be an unconventional bride

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No Tannenbaum! There’s a Christmas-Tree Shortage

No Tannenbaum! There’s a Christmas-Tree Shortage

This weekend is the year’s busiest for Christmas-tree shopping and some retailers are running out already. A perfect storm of problems, agricultural and economic, has led to a lack of supply of live trees, and prices are soaring as a result.

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