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Dell considers return to stock market

Dell considers return to stock market

PC maker’s board to look at idea of initial public offering 4 years after going private

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What history tells us about the extraordinary markets of early 2018

What history tells us about the extraordinary markets of early 2018

The 20th century throws up interesting parallels but drawing clear lessons is hard

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Tax Incentive Puts More Robots on Factory Floors

Tax Incentive Puts More Robots on Factory Floors

New tax rules are speeding up automation of U.S. factories because they provide a strong incentive for manufacturers to replace old equipment with more-automated machines—an immediate tax deduction of the entire cost.

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Chinese Shoppers Are Splurging on Luxury Goods Again

Chinese Shoppers Are Splurging on Luxury Goods Again

A new wave of big-spending Chinese shoppers has emerged to drive the global luxury-goods industry, igniting torrid sales growth after two years of cautious Chinese buying.

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Trump to Promote U.S. as ‘Open for Business’ in Davos Speech

Trump to Promote U.S. as ‘Open for Business’ in Davos Speech

Donald Trump is expected to promote the U.S. as “open for business,” while highlighting the nation’s commitment to global trade in an address to foreign leaders and business executives at the World Economic Forum.

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Poland Closes Door to Cheap—and Now Banned—North Korean Laborers

Poland Closes Door to Cheap—and Now Banned—North Korean Laborers

Poland’s parliament put an end last month to an untenable arrangement: Hundreds of North Koreans working in the country under slave-like conditions to earn money for their nuclear-armed pariah state.

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Struggling to Fill Jobs, U.S. Employers Look to Storm-Battered Puerto Rico

Struggling to Fill Jobs, U.S. Employers Look to Storm-Battered Puerto Rico

Coming together: U.S. firms that can’t find people to fill open positions, and workers in storm-weary Puerto Rico, where unemployment is high.

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Dell weighing return to public markets

Dell weighing return to public markets

IPO among restructuring options being considered by board

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GE’s insurance liabilities return to haunt investors

GE’s insurance liabilities return to haunt investors

Spun-off unit paid $219m to settle suit over long-term care policies

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Dollar Resumes Slide After Rallying on Trump’s Comments

Dollar Resumes Slide After Rallying on Trump’s Comments

The dollar took another leg down Friday, reversing a rally that had followed comments from U.S. President Donald Trump that the currency would get stronger.

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5 Things to Watch in Fourth-Quarter U.S. Growth

5 Things to Watch in Fourth-Quarter U.S. Growth

The U.S. government on Friday releases its first estimate of gross domestic product in the fourth quarter of 2017, offering a broad look at the nation's economic health.

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Trump ‘ordered firing of Mueller’ over Russia probe

Trump ‘ordered firing of Mueller’ over Russia probe

President said to have backed down when White House counsel threatened to quit in protest

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Hammond’s soft Brexit speech provokes Tory backlash

Hammond’s soft Brexit speech provokes Tory backlash

Conservative backbench anger poses new questions about May’s leadership

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