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Before It Was Hacked, Equifax Had a Different Fear: Chinese Spying

Before It Was Hacked, Equifax Had a Different Fear: Chinese Spying

The credit-reporting company went to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which came to view events as potentially a huge theft of commercial data. Then the investigation stalled.

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Citigroup pledges job cuts to hit Wall Street targets

Citigroup pledges job cuts to hit Wall Street targets

Bank increases forecasts for return on equity as it struggles to close gap with peers

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US seeks talks with China to defuse trade tensions

US seeks talks with China to defuse trade tensions

Mnuchin aims to meet Beijing’s top economic official as large-scale tariffs threat looms

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Nascent signs of stability in Argentina lure bargain hunters

Nascent signs of stability in Argentina lure bargain hunters

Investors spot opportunities, despite the risk of a recession

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CBS ‘60 Minutes’ Executive Producer Jeff Fager to Depart

CBS ‘60 Minutes’ Executive Producer Jeff Fager to Depart

Jeff Fager, the executive producer of “60 Minutes” and one of the most powerful figures in television news, is leaving CBS after he “violated company policy,” the company said.

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U.S. Proposing New Round of Trade Talks With China

U.S. Proposing New Round of Trade Talks With China

The U.S. is reaching out to China for a new round of trade talks, in an effort to give Beijing another opportunity to address issues before Washington implements additional tariffs on Chinese imports.

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Bargain Hunters in Turkey, Argentina Struggle With Inflation

Bargain Hunters in Turkey, Argentina Struggle With Inflation

The prospect of high returns could lure fund managers to buy Turkey and Argentina’s plummeting currencies at a discount. But a key question is whether inflation will erode any benefits.

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FDA Chief Considers Ban of All Flavored E-Cigarettes

FDA Chief Considers Ban of All Flavored E-Cigarettes

Calling a surge in teen use of e-cigarettes an epidemic, the head of the FDA said he is considering pulling all flavored e-cigarettes from the U.S. market.

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Apple boosts medical features — and price — of Watch

Apple boosts medical features — and price — of Watch

Regulators have approved device for detecting irregular heartbeat

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China’s Sovereign-Wealth Fund Interested in Buying HNA’s Deutsche Bank Stake

China’s Sovereign-Wealth Fund Interested in Buying HNA’s Deutsche Bank Stake

China’s sovereign-wealth fund and other large investors have expressed interest in potentially buying shares in Deutsche Bank AG from embattled Chinese conglomerate HNA Group Co., according to people familiar with the matter.

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U.S. Proposing New Round of Trade Talks With China

U.S. Proposing New Round of Trade Talks With China

The U.S. is reaching out to China for a new round of trade talks, in an effort to give Beijing another opportunity to address issues before Washington implements additional tariffs on Chinese imports.

Published 1 month ago

FDA Chief Considers Ban of All Flavored E-Cigarettes

FDA Chief Considers Ban of All Flavored E-Cigarettes

Calling a surge in teen use of e-cigarettes an epidemic, the head of the FDA said he is considering pulling all flavored e-cigarettes from the U.S. market.

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Why Bush’s Quiet Role in Financial Crisis Deserves Attention Now

Why Bush’s Quiet Role in Financial Crisis Deserves Attention Now

Political polarization, populism and protectionism suggest the next crisis will be met with far less political will than the last.

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JPMorgan CEO James Dimon Said He Could Beat Trump in a Presidential Election

JPMorgan CEO James Dimon Said He Could Beat Trump in a Presidential Election

JPMorgan Chase’s James Dimon sounded off on President Trump at a bank event, saying he could prevail over Mr. Trump in a presidential contest. After the event, Mr. Dimon backtracked on his comments.

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Oil prices near four-year high as hurricane bears down on US

Oil prices near four-year high as hurricane bears down on US

Trump warning to ‘get out of its way’ as Florence bears down on east coast

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