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The New Lobbying: Qatar Targeted 250 Trump ‘Influencers’ to Change U.S. Policy

The New Lobbying: Qatar Targeted 250 Trump ‘Influencers’ to Change U.S. Policy

Blockaded by Mideast neighbors, the emirate deployed an unconventional lobbying campaign to win over an unconventional U.S. president, using a list of friends, associates and well-placed admirers.

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U.S. Probing Whether Malaysian Fugitive Laundered Funds to Pay Chris Christie and Trump Lawyer

U.S. Probing Whether Malaysian Fugitive Laundered Funds to Pay Chris Christie and Trump Lawyer

The Justice Department is probing whether a fugitive Malaysian laundered tens of millions of dollars through two associates and used the funds to pay a legal team including ex-N.J. Gov. Chris Christie and a lawyer who represents President Trump.

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A Radical Pitch to Save Baseball

A Radical Pitch to Save Baseball

A pair of academics offer a dramatic rule to increase competitiveness—and cut almost a half-hour from a nine-inning game.

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Small Stocks Hang On to Big Gains, for Now

Small Stocks Hang On to Big Gains, for Now

Soaring profits at smaller publicly traded companies are driving the Russell 2000 to new records as investors bet U.S. economic strength will boost smaller companies while trade frictions hit their multinational counterparts.

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Small Stocks Hang On to Big Gains, for Now

Small Stocks Hang On to Big Gains, for Now

Soaring profits at smaller publicly traded companies are driving the Russell 2000 to new records as investors bet U.S. economic strength will boost smaller companies while trade frictions hit their multinational counterparts.

Published 1 month ago

NFL Linebacker, Ex-Goldman Analyst Charged in $1.2 Million Insider Trading Case

NFL Linebacker, Ex-Goldman Analyst Charged in $1.2 Million Insider Trading Case

Cleveland Browns linebacker Mychal Kendricks and former Goldman Sachs analyst Damilare Sonoiki were charged with insider trading in an alleged scheme that prosecutors say yielded about $1.2 million in profits for Mr. Kendricks.

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U.S. Corporate Profits Soared in Second Quarter, Boosted by Tax Cuts and Economic Growth

U.S. Corporate Profits Soared in Second Quarter, Boosted by Tax Cuts and Economic Growth

The Commerce Department measured a 16.1% year-over-year gain, the largest in six years. Profits were bolstered by large tax cuts and strong economic growth.

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Canada Voices Optimism on Nafta Deal

Canada Voices Optimism on Nafta Deal

As U.S.-Canada trade talks kick off in earnest, Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland reveals that the two nations already reached an accord on autos.

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Two Upstarts Triumph in Florida, Setting Up Stark Contrast in Governor’s Race

Two Upstarts Triumph in Florida, Setting Up Stark Contrast in Governor’s Race

Republican Rep. Ron DeSantis, whose campaign took off after he was endorsed by President Trump, will face Democratic Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum, who has called for Mr. Trump’s impeachment.

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Wall Street Analysts Find Big Payday in Biotech

Wall Street Analysts Find Big Payday in Biotech

Higher paydays come as the drug-development industry rapidly raises capital and undergoes a merger surge.

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Superstar chief executives can self-destruct

Superstar chief executives can self-destruct

Charismatic and unruly entrepreneurs such as Elon Musk are risky business titans

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What caused the ‘scallop war’ in the English Channel?

What caused the ‘scallop war’ in the English Channel?

French and British fishermen clash over rights to harvest prized molluscs

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International Trade Commission Blocks Proposed Newsprint Tariffs

International Trade Commission Blocks Proposed Newsprint Tariffs

The ITC finds that Canadian paper imports do not “injure U.S. industry.”

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