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Mary Keitany of Kenya Wins Fourth New York City Marathon, Lelisa Desisa of Ethiopia Takes Men’s Title

Mary Keitany of Kenya Wins Fourth New York City Marathon, Lelisa Desisa of Ethiopia Takes Men’s Title

Mary Keitany of Kenya won the New York City Marathon for the fourth time after winning the race three years in a row, 2014-16, and finishing second behind American Shalane Flanagan in 2017.

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The New Retirement Plan: Save Almost Everything, Spend Virtually Nothing

The New Retirement Plan: Save Almost Everything, Spend Virtually Nothing

A group of younger workers, devotees of the FIRE movement, are seeking ways to leave the workplace decades ahead of the norm, ducking mistakes made by previous generations. One woman’s grocery budget is so detailed she knows how much she will pay each month for oatmeal: five pounds for $3.

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The Soros conspiracy theory goes global

The Soros conspiracy theory goes global

Billionaire has become hate figure on right in both Europe and US

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Saudi prince released from prison

Saudi prince released from prison

Prince Mohammed and royal family try to shore up reputation after Khashoggi killing

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Uber report looks to rebuild goodwill with regulators

Uber report looks to rebuild goodwill with regulators

Critics say company still has a long way to go with self-driving car safety

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‘No Russian money’ in Brexit donation, says Arron Banks

‘No Russian money’ in Brexit donation, says Arron Banks

Leave.EU founder says funds came from UK businesses

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S Korea names Goldman economist to help bolster ties with Pyongyang

S Korea names Goldman economist to help bolster ties with Pyongyang

Kwon Goo-hoon appointment comes as discord rises between the US and Seoul

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Iran’s Rouhani shores up political support as US sanctions loom

Iran’s Rouhani shores up political support as US sanctions loom

Europe’s staunch backing for the nuclear accord helps bring calm to Islamic republic

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A rancorous America goes to the polls

A rancorous America goes to the polls

Do not count on the midterm elections to tame President Donald Trump

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Midterms Pose Investing Plight: ‘You Can’t Position’ for Events Like This

Midterms Pose Investing Plight: ‘You Can’t Position’ for Events Like This

Investors around the U.S. are bracing for the unexpected heading into the midterm elections, wary of being caught wrong footed.

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Fewer Stars to Rise at Goldman Sachs as Partnership Class Shrinks

Fewer Stars to Rise at Goldman Sachs as Partnership Class Shrinks

Goldman Sachs is set to name its smallest class of new partners in years this week, with fewer than 65 people likely to get the nod.

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Iran Sanctions: A Look at How We Got Here

Iran Sanctions: A Look at How We Got Here

The country’s economy is teetering. Charts and photos reveal the path to this point and what is at stake for Iran.

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Hate Speech on Live ‘Super Chats’ Tests YouTube

Hate Speech on Live ‘Super Chats’ Tests YouTube

YouTube’s Super Chat, which allows users to pay to have comments amplified during streaming videos, generates revenue but can contain racist comments and hate speech.

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Newly Public Tech Firms Race Back to Market as IPO Frenzy Continues

Newly Public Tech Firms Race Back to Market as IPO Frenzy Continues

As their shares outperform, newly public tech companies have been returning to the market to sell more stock at a nearly unprecedented clip.

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Fewer Stars to Rise at Goldman Sachs as Partnership Class Shrinks

Fewer Stars to Rise at Goldman Sachs as Partnership Class Shrinks

Goldman Sachs is set to name its smallest class of new partners in years this week, with fewer than 65 people likely to get the nod.

Published 1 month ago