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Facebook Removes Data-Security App From Apple Store

Facebook Removes Data-Security App From Apple Store

Facebook pulled its data-security app Onavo from Apple Inc.’s app store after the iPhone maker ruled that the service violated its data-collection policies.

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Target Posts Its Best Quarterly Results in More Than a Decade

Target Posts Its Best Quarterly Results in More Than a Decade

The retailer’s performance was buoyed by its efforts to improve its stores and e-commerce capabilities as well as by a booming economy that has helped lift sales across the retail industry.

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Leaving EU without a deal is ‘unlikely’, says Dominic Raab

Leaving EU without a deal is ‘unlikely’, says Dominic Raab

Brexit secretary plays down fears as he releases contingency planning papers

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Saudi Arabia insists Aramco IPO remains on course

Saudi Arabia insists Aramco IPO remains on course

Government dismisses reports listing has been axed but says timing is flexible

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Ohio State Suspends Urban Meyer for Three Games

Ohio State Suspends Urban Meyer for Three Games

Ohio State suspended football coach Urban Meyer and athletic director Gene Smith after an investigation concluded they failed to take sufficient action following domestic violence accusations against former assistant coach Zach Smith.

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Facebook Removes Data-Security App From Apple Store

Facebook Removes Data-Security App From Apple Store

Facebook pulled its data-security app Onavo from Apple Inc.’s app store after the iPhone maker ruled that the service violated its data-collection policies.

Published 1 month ago

Why Michael Cohen Agreed to Plead Guilty—And Implicate the President

Why Michael Cohen Agreed to Plead Guilty—And Implicate the President

Prosecutors had reams of evidence and a long list of counts, which also could have included the lawyer’s wife. The moment Mr. Cohen stood up in court, he opened a new legal front for Trump that is fraught with peril.

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Facebook pulls security app from Apple store over privacy

Facebook pulls security app from Apple store over privacy

Onavo Protect said to violate iPhone maker’s new data collection rules

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Hong Kong Jockey Club: betting on charity

Hong Kong Jockey Club: betting on charity

Group has a gambling monopoly thanks to its donations to good causes — but FT data show it exaggerates its largesse

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Australia poised for new prime minister

Australia poised for new prime minister

Cabinet exodus deals major blow to Malcolm Turnbull

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VW will stop firing ‘hail cannons’ after farmers protest

VW will stop firing ‘hail cannons’ after farmers protest

The carmaker’s Mexican neighbours say its weather-altering tech caused drought

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Democratic National Committee Reports Attempt to Hack Voter Database

Democratic National Committee Reports Attempt to Hack Voter Database

The Democratic National Committee, which was hacked by Russian intelligence officers during the 2016 presidential campaign, has contacted the FBI after an unsuccessful attempt to access a voter database maintained by the organization.

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Target Posts Biggest Sales Growth in 13 Years

Target Posts Biggest Sales Growth in 13 Years

Target said same-store sales rose at the fastest rate in more than a decade, buoyed by efforts to improve locations and e-commerce capabilities as well as a booming economy.

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U.S. Seizes on China’s Woes as Talks Start

U.S. Seizes on China’s Woes as Talks Start

The U.S. and China kicked off two days of talks in Washington aimed at settling an escalating trade battle, with the U.S. claiming the advantage because Beijing is struggling to keep its economic growth from faltering.

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Short Squeeze Roils Wall Street’s Favorite Bond Trade

Short Squeeze Roils Wall Street’s Favorite Bond Trade

A robust August rally in the Treasury market is foiling one of Wall Street’s most popular trades, a bet that solid U.S. economic growth, rising inflation and eroding government finances will compel investors to sell bonds.

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