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Russian billionaire charged with embezzlement

Russian billionaire charged with embezzlement

Ziyavudin Magomedov denies accusations he defrauded state of Rbs2.5bn

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Inside Nike, a Boys-Club Culture and Flawed HR

Inside Nike, a Boys-Club Culture and Flawed HR

Nike Inc. is reviewing its human-resources department and instituting mandatory manager training amid employee complaints of favoritism, a difficult HR chief and inappropriate conduct.

Published 4 months ago

Israel Says Firing on Palestinian Protesters Is Justified

Israel Says Firing on Palestinian Protesters Is Justified

Israel’s military defended soldiers who fired on Gazan protesters and said it was ready to respond with force again as demonstrations continued, raising prospects of a fresh conflict with Islamist movement Hamas.

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What to Watch in the Final Four

What to Watch in the Final Four

No. 3 Michigan takes on No. 11 Loyola-Chicago and No. 1 Villanova faces off against No. 1 Kansas in national semifinal matchups at the Alamodome.

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Les Wexner, the man behind Victoria’s Secret

Les Wexner, the man behind Victoria’s Secret

Over iced tea and salad in his Ohio offices, he discusses the secrets of his retail philosophy and the ‘emotion’ in lingerie

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Why a Trump-Led Antitrust Case Against Amazon Is a Long Shot

Why a Trump-Led Antitrust Case Against Amazon Is a Long Shot

President Donald Trump’s tweets against Amazon.com have renewed investor concerns about the prospect of antitrust action against the online retail giant, but targeting Amazon on anticompetition grounds would be difficult, policy experts say.

Published 4 months ago

Donald and Ivana Trump’s Former Connecticut Home Listed for $45 Million

Donald and Ivana Trump’s Former Connecticut Home Listed for $45 Million

Located in Greenwich, Conn., the Georgian-style mansion was once owned by President Trump and his then-wife Ivana.

Published 4 months ago

Costa Rica Election Hinges on Gay Rights

Costa Rica Election Hinges on Gay Rights

A former evangelical preacher has seized on the issue of gay rights to gain a lead in the presidential race in Costa Rica, upending politics in a country that has long been exceptional for its stability in a tumultuous region.

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Prostate-Cancer Gene Test Helps Patients Decide on Treatment

Prostate-Cancer Gene Test Helps Patients Decide on Treatment

Some prostate-cancer doctors are using a genomics test to figure out which patients need surgery and which ones can follow ‘active surveillance.’

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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and State Lawmakers Strike Budget Deal

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and State Lawmakers Strike Budget Deal

Gov. Andrew Cuomo and state lawmakers struck a budget deal to overhaul New York’s tax code in an effort to bypass aspects of the new federal tax law, implement a surcharge on Uber rides in Manhattan and pour new funding into New York City’s troubled public housing system

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Debt-Collection Firm Settles Class-Action Lawsuit

Debt-Collection Firm Settles Class-Action Lawsuit

A debt-collection business and its law firm agreed to pay $3.9 million to settle a class-action suit that alleged they improperly tried to collect tens of millions of dollars on thousands of AT&T Wireless debts.

Published 4 months ago

Why Loyola-Chicago’s Locker Room Looks Like a TV Detective Show

Why Loyola-Chicago’s Locker Room Looks Like a TV Detective Show

With scouting reports plastered on the walls, Loyola-Chicago’s sheets-and-Sharpies system is how the team learns the plays and habits of their opponents.

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How Apple, Amazon and Others Are Trying to Gain on Spotify

How Apple, Amazon and Others Are Trying to Gain on Spotify

Spotify, the Swedish company set to go public next week, is the global leader in music streaming, but several competitors are working to differentiate their service to win over artists and listeners.

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Federal Count of Deadly Police Shootings Is Slow to Get Going

Federal Count of Deadly Police Shootings Is Slow to Get Going

A deadly police shooting of an unarmed black man in Sacramento, Calif., has again highlighted a long-vexing question: How many people do police kill each year? There isn't an easy answer.

Published 4 months ago

Tesla says crash car was on autopilot

Tesla says crash car was on autopilot

Level of accidents likely to spur debate over public testing of driverless vehicles

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