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Amazon’s cautious holiday sales forecast knocks shares

Amazon’s cautious holiday sales forecast knocks shares

Third-quarter earnings blew away expectations, but revenues narrowly missed

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Google’s ad business growth cools more than expected

Google’s ad business growth cools more than expected

Deceleration of revenue pace catches out Wall Street

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Amazon Reports Another Profit but Sales Underwhelm

Amazon Reports Another Profit but Sales Underwhelm

Amazon.com continued its streak of profitability, topping $1 billion for the fourth straight quarter, but reported lackluster sales figures.

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At Netflix, Radical Transparency and Blunt Firings Unsettle the Ranks

At Netflix, Radical Transparency and Blunt Firings Unsettle the Ranks

Buzzwords and anxiety fill the hallways as Hollywood giant tries to maintain a winning culture amid breakneck growth; the ‘N-word’ scandal gets ‘sunshined.’

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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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Megyn Kelly Expected to Lose Show Soon Over ‘Blackface’ Remark

Megyn Kelly Expected to Lose Show Soon Over ‘Blackface’ Remark

The NBC News chief told staff that “I condemn” the comments by the star, who was given a $69 million contract just last year. A new host in the 9 a.m. slot could be on the air by Monday.

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Google Parent Alphabet Delivers Surging Profit But Slowing Sales Growth

Google Parent Alphabet Delivers Surging Profit But Slowing Sales Growth

Google’s parent reported surging profit on slightly slower growth in revenue, signaling uncertainty in its core business at a time when it is also dealing with a growing backlash from regulators.

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Trump’s DEA Chief Vetted Candidates and Then Took the Job Himself, Riling Police Groups

Trump’s DEA Chief Vetted Candidates and Then Took the Job Himself, Riling Police Groups

As President Trump marks the one-year anniversary of declaring opioid addiction a national emergency, law-enforcement groups complain about his pick to lead the DEA.

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Mattis Expected to Send 800 U.S. Troops to Mexican Border

Mattis Expected to Send 800 U.S. Troops to Mexican Border

Defense Secretary James Mattis is expected to send troops to the border as a caravan of mostly Honduran migrants makes its way through Mexico.

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U.S. Won’t Resume Trade Talks Without Firm Proposal From a Wary China

U.S. Won’t Resume Trade Talks Without Firm Proposal From a Wary China

The U.S. is refusing to resume trade negotiations with China until Beijing comes up with a concrete proposal to address U.S. complaints about forced technology transfers and other economic issues.

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The case against ExxonMobil

The case against ExxonMobil

New York lawsuit focuses on how the oil company weighed risks of climate regulation

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US railroads employ ‘precision’ principles to boost profit

US railroads employ ‘precision’ principles to boost profit

Approach pioneered by the late Hunter Harrison is spreading

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Trump to order 800 troops to secure Mexican border

Trump to order 800 troops to secure Mexican border

Anti-immigration rhetoric and policies ramped up ahead of US midterm elections

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Mattis Expected to Send 800 U.S. Troops to Mexican Border

Mattis Expected to Send 800 U.S. Troops to Mexican Border

Defense Secretary James Mattis is expected to send 800 U.S. troops to the Mexican border as a caravan of thousands of mostly Honduran migrants makes its way through Mexico.

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Altria Will Pull Its E-Cigarette Pods From the Market

Altria Will Pull Its E-Cigarette Pods From the Market

Altria Group said it would pull its e-cigarette pods from the market and discontinue the sale of most flavored e-cigarettes in response to mounting concerns about a surge in underage use of similar products.

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