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How Two Musk Decisions in 2016 Put Tesla Into Trouble

How Two Musk Decisions in 2016 Put Tesla Into Trouble

At the start of 2016, the stock market was tumbling. Shares of Tesla were down and shares of Elon Musk’s other public company, SolarCity, were down even more. His solutions—hyping the Model 3 and merging SolarCity into Tesla—have pressured the car maker.

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It Was Meant to Be the Better Bitcoin. It’s Down Nearly 90%

It Was Meant to Be the Better Bitcoin. It’s Down Nearly 90%

The underperformance of Bitcoin Cash touches on a larger question: Can virtual currencies really become a means of payment that would supplant traditional money?

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Trump Says Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Won’t Go to North Korea

Trump Says Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Won’t Go to North Korea

President Trump said Secretary of State Mike Pompeo won’t go to North Korea next week as planned, citing a lack of progress on denuclearization.

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Warren Buffett Slashes Price on Longtime Beach House

Warren Buffett Slashes Price on Longtime Beach House

The billionaire investor now asks $7.9 million for the Laguna Beach, Calif., home where he used to write Berkshire Hathaway annual reports.

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Trump empire’s finance chief granted immunity by prosecutors

Trump empire’s finance chief granted immunity by prosecutors

Deal for longtime ally Weisselberg pushes investigation into pre-campaign era

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Allen Weisselberg, Longtime Trump Organization CFO, Is Granted Immunity in Cohen Probe

Allen Weisselberg, Longtime Trump Organization CFO, Is Granted Immunity in Cohen Probe

Allen Weisselberg, President Trump’s longtime financial gatekeeper, was granted immunity by federal prosecutors for providing information about Michael Cohen in the criminal investigation into hush-money payments.

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John McCain to Discontinue Medical Treatment for Brain Cancer

John McCain to Discontinue Medical Treatment for Brain Cancer

Sen. John McCain will discontinue medical treatment for brain cancer, his family said in a statement. He was diagnosed with an aggressive form of the cancer last year.

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Jerome Powell Defends Policy of Gradually Raising Interest Rates

Jerome Powell Defends Policy of Gradually Raising Interest Rates

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell defended the strategy of gradually raising interest rates, pushing back against criticisms that the central bank is moving either too quickly or too slowly, jeopardizing the economy’s expansion.

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Soldier, Patriot, Hero, Traitor? The Strange Saga of Nadiya Savchenko

Soldier, Patriot, Hero, Traitor? The Strange Saga of Nadiya Savchenko

Once hailed for her resistance in a Russian court, the Ukrainian now stands accused of plotting a coup. Her saga shows how this troubled country has become a political hall of mirrors, rife with suspicion, paranoia and uncertainty.

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The Race to Build a Wind Behemoth

The Race to Build a Wind Behemoth

From General Electric to Siemens, industrial giants are racing to build skyscraper-size turbines that can generate 10 megawatts apiece or more. The potential prize in this engineering derby? Dominance over a multibillion-dollar offshore wind market that is set to boom in coming decades.

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Lenders Shunned Risky Personal Loans. Now They’re Competing for Them

Lenders Shunned Risky Personal Loans. Now They’re Competing for Them

Banks and fintech companies are plunging with new vigor into a risky area of consumer finance.

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Hurricane Lane Dumps Rain on Big Island, Triggers Landslides

Hurricane Lane Dumps Rain on Big Island, Triggers Landslides

The storm continued to lash Hawaii with heavy rain Friday, triggering life-threatening flash flooding and landslides. Up to 40 inches of rain could fall in some places, according to the National Weather Service.

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Democrats Weigh Rolling Back Clout of ‘Superdelegates’

Democrats Weigh Rolling Back Clout of ‘Superdelegates’

Democrats are poised to significantly reduce the clout of elected officials and party insiders in picking presidential nominees, a move that would resolve one of the stickiest internal rifts from 2016.

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Allen Weisselberg, Longtime Trump Organization CFO, Is Granted Immunity in Cohen Probe

Allen Weisselberg, Longtime Trump Organization CFO, Is Granted Immunity in Cohen Probe

Allen Weisselberg, President Trump’s longtime financial gatekeeper, was granted immunity by federal prosecutors for providing information about Michael Cohen in the criminal investigation into hush-money payments.

Published 1 month ago

Jerome Powell Defends Policy of Gradually Raising Interest Rates

Jerome Powell Defends Policy of Gradually Raising Interest Rates

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell defended the strategy of gradually raising interest rates, pushing back against criticisms that the central bank is moving either too quickly or too slowly, jeopardizing the economy’s expansion.

Published 1 month ago