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Trump Urges Sessions to Launch Probe of Critical Anonymous Opinion Piece

Trump Urges Sessions to Launch Probe of Critical Anonymous Opinion Piece

President Trump said he wants Attorney General Jeff Sessions to launch an investigation into who in his administration penned a critical anonymous opinion column this week.

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Trump Says He’s Preparing Tariffs on Further $267 Billion in Chinese Imports

Trump Says He’s Preparing Tariffs on Further $267 Billion in Chinese Imports

President Trump said tariffs on another $267 billion in Chinese goods are ready to go and could be rolled out on short notice, reinforcing earlier threats and signaling no end in sight for the growing trade dispute.

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Swedish establishment braced as poll race too close to call

Swedish establishment braced as poll race too close to call

Social Democrats and Moderates fear big swing to anti-immigration rivals

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In a crisis, sometimes you don’t tell the whole story

In a crisis, sometimes you don’t tell the whole story

How after the fall of Lehman Brothers we came close to a full-scale bank run

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Riksbank, not politics, is bigger drag for Sweden’s currency

Riksbank, not politics, is bigger drag for Sweden’s currency

Krona is the worst performing major currency versus the dollar and euro this year

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Ex-Trump Campaign Adviser George Papadopoulos Sentenced to 14 Days In Prison

Ex-Trump Campaign Adviser George Papadopoulos Sentenced to 14 Days In Prison

Ex-Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos was sentenced Friday to 14 days in prison for lying to the FBI about his contacts with a Russian intermediary, giving Special Counsel Robert Mueller a second prison term from his 15-month inquiry.

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Trump Urges Sessions to Launch Probe of Critical Anonymous Opinion Piece

Trump Urges Sessions to Launch Probe of Critical Anonymous Opinion Piece

President Trump said he wants Attorney General Jeff Sessions to launch an investigation into who in his administration penned a critical anonymous opinion column this week.

Published 1 month ago

To Shatter the Glass Ceiling, Don’t Force It

To Shatter the Glass Ceiling, Don’t Force It

Before California Gov. Jerry Brown signs legislation that would require public companies based in the state to put a certain number of female directors on their boards, he should consider how ineffective such quotas have been, writes columnist John Stoll.

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Apple Pulls Alex Jones’s Infowars From Its App Store

Apple Pulls Alex Jones’s Infowars From Its App Store

Apple removed Alex Jones’s Infowars website from its App Store, eliminating one of the final digital platforms available to the right-wing provocateur.

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Jack Ma to step down as Alibaba executive chairman

Jack Ma to step down as Alibaba executive chairman

Departure comes as group hit by China tech sell-off and regulatory tightening

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Alibaba’s Jack Ma to Step Down as Executive Chairman

Alibaba’s Jack Ma to Step Down as Executive Chairman

Jack Ma, the billionaire tycoon who rode the currents of China’s rising affluence to build one of the world’s biggest e-commerce companies, says he is retiring from business to focus on philanthropy.

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Strong Economy Drove Wages Higher in August as Hiring Heats Up

Strong Economy Drove Wages Higher in August as Hiring Heats Up

The pace of hiring picked up in August, American workers’ paychecks grew strongly and the unemployment rate held steady, showing ongoing strength in the labor market.

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Trump Says He’s Preparing Tariffs on Further $267 Billion in Chinese Imports

Trump Says He’s Preparing Tariffs on Further $267 Billion in Chinese Imports

President Trump said tariffs on another $267 billion in Chinese goods are ready to go and could be rolled out on short notice, reinforcing earlier threats and signaling no end in sight for the growing trade dispute.

Published 1 month ago

The Financial Crisis Made Us Afraid of Risk—For a While

The Financial Crisis Made Us Afraid of Risk—For a While

Risk-taking never disappears, it just changes shape, often to slip past the institutional and psychological defenses erected after the last crisis.

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Verizon’s Internet Boss Tim Armstrong in Talks to Leave

Verizon’s Internet Boss Tim Armstrong in Talks to Leave

The leader of Verizon Communications’ media and advertising business is in talks to depart, leaving unfinished the task of building the unit into a digital content giant.

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