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Harvey Weinstein, Accusers, Insurers in Early Talks to Settle Civil Claims

Harvey Weinstein, Accusers, Insurers in Early Talks to Settle Civil Claims

Lawyers for Harvey Weinstein and women who have accused him of sexual misconduct are working with insurance companies and the New York attorney general’s office in an attempt to reach a sweeping settlement of all civil suits pending against the disgraced producer and his former film studio.

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What #MeToo Has to Do With the Workplace Gender Gap

What #MeToo Has to Do With the Workplace Gender Gap

A new study from Lean In and McKinsey shows the pervasiveness of sexual harassment at the office and the persistence of inequality. That isn’t a coincidence.

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Union Pacific to Lay Off Nearly 500 Workers

Union Pacific to Lay Off Nearly 500 Workers

Union Pacific Corp. plans to lay off about 500 employees before the end of the year, the first of several rounds of job cuts as the railroad implements a new operating plan to turn around its performance.

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UK readies flotilla plan for supplies in no-deal Brexit

UK readies flotilla plan for supplies in no-deal Brexit

Government looks at chartering ships to ferry in critical food and medicines

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Trump to meet Putin in Paris after threat to pull out of arms pact

Trump to meet Putin in Paris after threat to pull out of arms pact

Planned talks announced days after US president said he would quit nuclear accord

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Inaction over climate change is shameful

Inaction over climate change is shameful

We need to shift the world on to a different investment and growth path immediately

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Gilberto Benetton, Italian industrialist, 1941-2018

Gilberto Benetton, Italian industrialist, 1941-2018

Financial brain who spearheaded expansion to conglomerate with €12bn assets

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Saudi Arabia agrees to give $6bn financial support for Pakistan

Saudi Arabia agrees to give $6bn financial support for Pakistan

Announcement comes as Islamabad seeks IMF loan to stave off balance of payments crisis

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Oil Drops Nearly 5% as Saudi Arabia Pledges Higher Output

Oil Drops Nearly 5% as Saudi Arabia Pledges Higher Output

Oil prices fell sharply as Brent crude falling below $77-a-barrel threshold in the wake of a pledge by Saudi Arabia to further boost output.

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Foreign Buying of U.S. Treasurys Softens, Unsettling Financial Markets

Foreign Buying of U.S. Treasurys Softens, Unsettling Financial Markets

Overseas investors, traders and central bankers are buying fewer Treasurys, which helped fuel a bond selloff this fall, pushing yields up and shaking stocks. Foreign buyers now hold 41% of outstanding Treasury debt, their lowest share in 15 years.

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Sandra Day O’Connor, First Woman on Supreme Court, Diagnosed With Dementia

Sandra Day O’Connor, First Woman on Supreme Court, Diagnosed With Dementia

The most influential justice for much of her tenure on the Supreme Court, Sandra Day O’Connor has been diagnosed with dementia and is withdrawing from an influential post-retirement career.

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How One Stubborn Banker Exposed a $200 Billion Russian Money-Laundering Scandal

How One Stubborn Banker Exposed a $200 Billion Russian Money-Laundering Scandal

Billions in illicit funds flowed through accounts held at Danske Bank’s branch in tiny Estonia. One employee dug into the details and tried to alert his superiors at headquarters. The resulting scandal cut the bank’s value in half, cost the CEO his job and prompted a new round of soul-searching.

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Breakdown of the Harvard Admissions Process

Breakdown of the Harvard Admissions Process

As Harvard defends itself in federal court against allegations that it intentionally discriminates against Asian-American applicants, trial exhibits offer new details about who it admits, and why.

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Explosive Device Found at George Soros’s Home

Explosive Device Found at George Soros’s Home

An explosive device was found at the home of billionaire and Democratic donor George Soros in New York’s Westchester County, according to law-enforcement officials.

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Verizon axes growth targets for AOL-Yahoo business

Verizon axes growth targets for AOL-Yahoo business

Telecoms group admits disappointment from its Oath media unit as strategy shifts to 5G

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