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China Closes Gap With U.S. in Billionaires Race

China Closes Gap With U.S. in Billionaires Race

The U.S. is home to more dollar-based billionaires than any other country but China has cut into its lead, according to Swiss bank UBS’s annual report card on the state of the megarich.

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Nasdaq futures tumble nearly 3% with Amazon, Alphabet hit

Nasdaq futures tumble nearly 3% with Amazon, Alphabet hit

Tech-heavy index poised for worst month since financial crisis in 2008

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Janet Yellen on Trump, Fed politics and nurturing recovery

Janet Yellen on Trump, Fed politics and nurturing recovery

The former Federal Reserve chair warns that presidential attacks on her successor ‘undermine stability’

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RBS breaks with UK rivals to set up Brexit buffer

RBS breaks with UK rivals to set up Brexit buffer

Bank takes £100m charge in case of rising defaults following disorderly EU departure

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Why I’m still an evangelical in the age of Trump

Why I’m still an evangelical in the age of Trump

Madeleine Davies explains why she isn’t giving up on the movement despite its support for the president

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Tech-Sector Worries Weigh on Global Stocks

Tech-Sector Worries Weigh on Global Stocks

Stocks dropped world-wide, dragged lower by lackluster technology earnings in the U.S., signaling a return to the negative mood that has dominated markets for most of the week.

Published 1 month ago

The Shale Boom Calmed Oil Markets, But for How Much Longer?

The Shale Boom Calmed Oil Markets, But for How Much Longer?

For the past decade, the American shale boom helped the world slake its growing thirst for oil. But the U.S. bonanza may have reached its limits.

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Foreign Aluminum Producers Shake Off U.S. Tariffs

Foreign Aluminum Producers Shake Off U.S. Tariffs

When President Trump placed tariffs on imported aluminum last spring, European rivals thought their U.S. profits would come under pressure.

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Nelson, Scott Battle for Florida Senate Seat in Year’s Most Expensive Race

Nelson, Scott Battle for Florida Senate Seat in Year’s Most Expensive Race

The contest in Florida between Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson and his challenger, Republican Gov. Rick Scott, is rife with national political significance, but it is being shaped by intensely local forces.

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Study Offers New Hope for English Majors

Study Offers New Hope for English Majors

Students weighing their college options are increasingly focused on the return from that hefty investment, pursuing disciplines they think could lead to a steady and lucrative career.

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China Closes Gap With U.S. in Billionaires Race

China Closes Gap With U.S. in Billionaires Race

The U.S. is home to more dollar-based billionaires than any other country but China has cut into its lead, according to Swiss bank UBS’s annual report card on the state of the megarich.

Published 1 month ago

To Rebuild a Syrian City, Men First Dig Up and Rebury the Dead

To Rebuild a Syrian City, Men First Dig Up and Rebury the Dead

One year after Islamic State was driven from Raqqa, a team of city workers spends its days digging up unidentified dead from mass graves, then documenting and reburying them.

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Megyn Kelly and NBC News Begin Exit Negotiations

Megyn Kelly and NBC News Begin Exit Negotiations

Megyn Kelly and NBC News have begun exit negotiations, signaling that the star anchor’s brief tenure at the network is likely coming to an end, people familiar with the matter said.

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Tech-Sector Worries Weigh on Global Stocks

Tech-Sector Worries Weigh on Global Stocks

Global stocks dropped, signaling a return to the negative mood that has dominated global markets for most of the week amid geopolitical tensions and trade frictions between the U.S. and China.

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Saudi Arabia Says Evidence Points to Premeditated Killing of Khashoggi

Saudi Arabia Says Evidence Points to Premeditated Killing of Khashoggi

Saudi Arabia indicated the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was premeditated and lifted travel restrictions on his eldest son, the latest efforts by Riyadh to defuse a crisis that has rattled the monarchy.

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