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VW chief lobbyist suspended over diesel fume tests on monkeys

VW chief lobbyist suspended over diesel fume tests on monkeys

Volkswagen said it had suspended its chief lobbyist Thomas Steg amid continuing fallout from revelations about tests of diesel fumes carried out on monkeys and humans that were sponsored by the carmaker.

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Apple to Curtail iPhone X Production in the Face of Weak Demand

Apple to Curtail iPhone X Production in the Face of Weak Demand

Apple is slashing planned production of the iPhone X for the three-month period ending March 31 in a sign of weaker-than-expected demand for the pricey handset.

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Eurozone Economy Records Strongest Growth in a Decade

Eurozone Economy Records Strongest Growth in a Decade

The eurozone economy outpaced its U.S. counterpart for the second straight year in 2017 as it recorded its strongest growth in a decade, aided by a revival in investment spending by French businesses

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How the Tax Overhaul Will Affect Tech Companies’ Earnings

How the Tax Overhaul Will Affect Tech Companies’ Earnings

Silicon Valley threw its support behind the congressional tax overhaul. How much will the new rules help their bottom line?

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Decade of Easy Cash Turns Bond Market Upside Down

Decade of Easy Cash Turns Bond Market Upside Down

The hunt for yield by investors has led to some crazy credit stories, such as how one bond fund helped revive the American Dream mall and why Portuguese bonds yield less than U.S. Treasurys.

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To Get Anything Done, Georgia Politicians Say, ‘Do It for Amazon’

To Get Anything Done, Georgia Politicians Say, ‘Do It for Amazon’

Would Amazon be OK with this? The question pops up in Atlanta, a finalist for Amazon’s second headquarters, as Georgians debate a range of issues, including religious freedom.

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Yellen Leaving Fed With Full Employment, Increased Focus on Labor Market

Yellen Leaving Fed With Full Employment, Increased Focus on Labor Market

Janet Yellen ends 14 years at the Federal Reserve this week, the last four as its first chairwoman, having guided the U.S. economy to its tightest labor market in nearly two decades by resisting calls to raise interest rates more aggressively.

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China Builds Bridges and Highways While the U.S. Mouths Slogans

China Builds Bridges and Highways While the U.S. Mouths Slogans

The Marshall Plan birthed a U.S.-led global order, but today, only China has that strength of ambition

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Ecuador’s President Turns On His Anti-American Mentor

Ecuador’s President Turns On His Anti-American Mentor

Lenín Moreno became Ecuador’s president last year pegged as a stand-in for his predecessor, Rafael Correa. Now the former allies are waging battle over constitutional changes that would thwart Correa’s return.

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Blackstone in talks to buy stake in Thomson Reuters unit

Blackstone in talks to buy stake in Thomson Reuters unit

Private equity group might acquire part of financial and risk business

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Secret data show Britain worse off under all Brexit scenarios

Secret data show Britain worse off under all Brexit scenarios

Government analysis on economic impact set to strengthen hand of ‘soft Brexiters’

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U.S. Releases Russian Oligarch List

U.S. Releases Russian Oligarch List

The Treasury Department released an unclassified list of Russian senior political figures and oligarchs, as required under a provision of a sanctions law passed last year by Congress.

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Pentagon Reviewing Troops’ Use of Fitness Trackers in Light of Security Concerns

Pentagon Reviewing Troops’ Use of Fitness Trackers in Light of Security Concerns

The Pentagon is reviewing policies that allow deployed troops to use activity-measuring devices and fitness apps that rely on GPS tracking, after a digital map online accidentally exposed information that could reveal where American troops are deployed or even precisely where they exercise overseas.

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