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America’s allies must master the art of dealing with Donald Trump

America’s allies must master the art of dealing with Donald Trump

The president’s behaviour implies he is negotiable on much, and at affordable cost

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South Africa slashes growth forecasts amid deficit warning

South Africa slashes growth forecasts amid deficit warning

Country faces a shortfall in tax revenues, a rise in public sector wages and high debts at many state-owned groups

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Apple’s Tim Cook Calls for U.S. Privacy Law, Citing EU Successes

Apple’s Tim Cook Calls for U.S. Privacy Law, Citing EU Successes

Apple CEO Tim Cook issued the tech giant’s strongest call yet for a U.S.-wide privacy law. Speaking at a data and privacy conference in Brussels, Mr. Cook cited the EU’s new data-protection rules as a benchmark to counter abuses of personal information.

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Global Stocks Mixed After Volatile Day on Wall Street

Global Stocks Mixed After Volatile Day on Wall Street

Global stocks were mixed, with European shares shrugging off weak trade in Asia after a session of dramatic swings Tuesday that tested investors’ nerves.

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South Korea seeks to revive struggling economy

South Korea seeks to revive struggling economy

Seoul cuts fuel tax by 15% and offers $13bn support for smaller companies

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Apple CEO Tim Cook Calls for Comprehensive U.S. Privacy Law

Apple CEO Tim Cook Calls for Comprehensive U.S. Privacy Law

Apple’s Chief Executive Tim Cook issued the tech giant’s strongest call yet for a U.S.-wide privacy law, citing the European Union’s new data-protection rules as a benchmark to counter corporate abuses of personal information.

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The $10 Billion Tussle over Walmart’s Credit Cards

The $10 Billion Tussle over Walmart’s Credit Cards

The retail giant’s breakup with financial firm Synchrony, its partner for nearly 20 years, comes as banks are forced to rewrite the playbook on how they issue plastic.

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U.S. Takes Diplomatic Action Against Saudis Believed Tied to Journalist’s Killing

U.S. Takes Diplomatic Action Against Saudis Believed Tied to Journalist’s Killing

The U.S. has taken diplomatic action against 21 Saudi officials believed connected with the killing of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a public expression of disapproval that came as the kingdom’s powerful crown prince appeared at an investment conference that opened under a cloud.

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Red Sox Roll Over Dodgers in Game 1 of the World Series

Red Sox Roll Over Dodgers in Game 1 of the World Series

Boston sits just three victories away from completing one of the greatest seasons in history, after opening the World Series with an 8-4 win over Los Angeles.

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Second Caravan Gathers in Guatemala as Migrants Try to Avoid Traffickers

Second Caravan Gathers in Guatemala as Migrants Try to Avoid Traffickers

Even as a caravan of thousands of Honduran migrants makes its way across southern Mexico, another caravan is forming in its wake.

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Five things to look out for in Tesla’s results

Five things to look out for in Tesla’s results

The company is reporting a week early. Last time it did so, it declared a profit

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Mexico takes to polls again for people’s airport vote

Mexico takes to polls again for people’s airport vote

President-elect López Obrador wants the nation to decide the fate of the controversial $13.3bn city airport

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Apple CEO Tim Cook Calls for Comprehensive U.S. Privacy Law

Apple CEO Tim Cook Calls for Comprehensive U.S. Privacy Law

Apple’s Chief Executive Tim Cook issued the tech giant’s strongest call yet for a U.S.-wide privacy law, citing the European Union’s new data-protection rules as a benchmark to counter corporate abuses of personal information.

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Gender Equality Stalls in Corporate America Despite #MeToo

Gender Equality Stalls in Corporate America Despite #MeToo

Women are entering the U.S. workforce in the highest numbers in decades, but gender parity isn’t improving, Facebook COO and LeanIn.org founder Sheryl Sandberg said.

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