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German foreign minister attacks SPD for removal from job

German foreign minister attacks SPD for removal from job

Anger among politicians in coalition parties over the division of government posts

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Feminist writer Rebecca Solnit on mansplaining and #MeToo

Feminist writer Rebecca Solnit on mansplaining and #MeToo

The cultural historian on tech overlords, identity politics and why she’ll never stop fighting the patriarchy

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Gulfstream, Cessna, Other Business Jet Makers Are Finally Feeling Some Lift

Gulfstream, Cessna, Other Business Jet Makers Are Finally Feeling Some Lift

Private jets and corporate jets seem ready to leave the industry sales slump behind, as higher corporate profits, a new U.S. tax rule and economic recovery in Europe attract more buyers.

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US House passes budget bill to end shutdown

US House passes budget bill to end shutdown

67 Republicans rebel against plan to raise spending by $300bn

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Amid Tense Geopolitical Backdrop, Pyeongchang Opening Ceremony Stresses Harmony

Amid Tense Geopolitical Backdrop, Pyeongchang Opening Ceremony Stresses Harmony

The Opening Ceremony for the Winter Olympics was attended by U.S. Vice President Mike Pence and the younger sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, a surprise last-minute guest whose every move was tracked closely by the South Korean media.

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South Korean Women Declare: Us Too

South Korean Women Declare: Us Too

South Korea was stunned when a female prosecutor went public recently with accusations of sexual harassment dating back to 2010—a rare move in a conservative society that routinely overlooks issues of workplace behavior that are rocking the U.S.

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Why Border Controls on Trade Will Rise Again in Europe

Why Border Controls on Trade Will Rise Again in Europe

The British government’s clear rejection this week of any involvement in a customs union means one thing for British exporters, Stephen Fidler writes: a return to plenty of red-tape at the border.

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Amazon to Launch Delivery Service That Would Vie With FedEx, UPS

Amazon to Launch Delivery Service That Would Vie With FedEx, UPS

Amazon.com Inc. is preparing to launch a delivery service for businesses, positioning it to directly compete with United Parcel Service Inc. and FedEx Corp.

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House Passes Two-Year Budget Deal

House Passes Two-Year Budget Deal

The House passed a two-year budget deal, along with a stopgap spending bill to end a brief government shutdown, sending the bill to President Donald Trump.

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Forget the 4% Rule: Rethinking Common Retirement Beliefs

Forget the 4% Rule: Rethinking Common Retirement Beliefs

With both stocks and bonds expensive by historic measures, and people having longer retirements, researchers are rethinking some long-held rules to better manage the risk of a market decline while saving for retirement.

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New Worry for CEOs: Rising Costs From Metals to Meat

New Worry for CEOs: Rising Costs From Metals to Meat

U.S. manufacturers and food companies are grappling with rising material and ingredient costs on top of pressure from higher wages—a potential double whammy that could force them to raise prices or accept lower profit margins.

Published 4 months ago

Venezuela’s Pain is OPEC’s Gain

Venezuela’s Pain is OPEC’s Gain

The cut in oil production engineered by OPEC and Russia is now in its second year, defying skeptics and helping to boost crude prices. But the cartel’s compliance owes a big debt to a single member: Venezuela.

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Viacom Inches Closer to a Deal

Viacom Inches Closer to a Deal

Though still struggling, the media company is showing early signs of a turnaround and odds of a deal with CBS have risen.

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US House passes budget bill to end shutdown, boost spending caps

US House passes budget bill to end shutdown, boost spending caps

Bill raises government spending authority by hundreds of billions of dollars

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Global stock sell-off slows in Europe

Global stock sell-off slows in Europe

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