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Airbus set to name Guillaume Faury as chief executive

Airbus set to name Guillaume Faury as chief executive

President of its commercial aircraft unit will take over at a difficult time

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Economics Nobel awarded for work on climate change and innovation

Economics Nobel awarded for work on climate change and innovation

Americans William Nordhaus and Paul Romer win prestigious award

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Companies Turn to an Unlikely Place for Their Next CEO

Companies Turn to an Unlikely Place for Their Next CEO

GE’s choice of board member Larry Culp to succeed John Flannery as CEO has led some executives to wonder whether they would be better off seeking out long-retired executives as directors because they might represent less competition for the top job.

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Elliott Management Goes on Charm Offensive

Elliott Management Goes on Charm Offensive

Elliott Management, known for its brawls with CEOs and developing-world governments, is softening its image.

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Surging Yields Raise Threat of Tipping Point for Stocks

Surging Yields Raise Threat of Tipping Point for Stocks

Yields on long-term U.S. government debt moved abruptly higher last week, calling into question the durability of the more than nine-year-old bull market for stocks.

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U.S. Reports Progress in North Korea Talks Following Pompeo Visit

U.S. Reports Progress in North Korea Talks Following Pompeo Visit

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met separately Sunday with the leaders of North and South Korea, citing progress on slow-moving denuclearization talks and on a second summit meeting between President Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un but reporting no apparent breakthrough.

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U.N. Panel Warns Drastic Action Needed to Stave Off Climate Change

U.N. Panel Warns Drastic Action Needed to Stave Off Climate Change

The scientists say limiting global warming to just a few degrees would require large-scale government intervention and societal change.

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Investment in Infrastructure Is Booming

Investment in Infrastructure Is Booming

Private-equity firms are on track to raise a record amount for infrastructure investing in 2018, as money managers bet on the growing need to upgrade and expand the world’s railroads, natural-gas pipelines and data centers.

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Airbus Set to Name New Chief Executive

Airbus Set to Name New Chief Executive

Airbus is poised to name the head of the plane making unit and effective No. 2, Guillaume Faury, as its next CEO, replacing Tom Enders, who said he wouldn’t seek a new mandate when his current term expires.

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Airbus Set to Name New Chief Executive

Airbus Set to Name New Chief Executive

Airbus is poised to name the head of the plane making unit and effective No. 2, Guillaume Faury, as its next CEO, replacing Tom Enders, who said he wouldn’t seek a new mandate when his current term expires.

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Italy’s bonds under fresh pressure on budget worries

Italy’s bonds under fresh pressure on budget worries

Borrowing costs hit four-year highs after EU reprimands Rome over new spending plans

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U.S. Reports Progress in North Korea Talks Following Pompeo Visit

U.S. Reports Progress in North Korea Talks Following Pompeo Visit

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met separately Sunday with the leaders of North and South Korea, citing progress on slow-moving denuclearization talks and on a second summit meeting between President Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un but reporting no apparent breakthrough.

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Brazil’s Bolsonaro Takes Lead in First Round of Presidential Election

Brazil’s Bolsonaro Takes Lead in First Round of Presidential Election

Brazilians, fed up with years of graft scandals, soaring crime and economic recession, voted on Sunday in a divisive presidential contest led by two political opposites: an ex-army officer riding on dictatorship nostalgia and a stand-in for an imprisoned socialist icon.

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Retailers Rush to Fill Holiday Hole Left by Toys ‘R’ Us

Retailers Rush to Fill Holiday Hole Left by Toys ‘R’ Us

After the collapse of Toys “R” Us, billions of dollars of holiday toy sales are up for grabs. Retailers are vying for a piece of the action.

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GOP Operative Secretly Raised at Least $100,000 in Search for Clinton Emails

GOP Operative Secretly Raised at Least $100,000 in Search for Clinton Emails

A veteran Republican operative and opposition researcher solicited and raised at least $100,000 as part of a project to obtain what he believed to be emails stolen from Hillary Clinton, an effort that remains of intense interest to federal investigators.

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