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Microsoft was briefly the world’s most valuable company again

Microsoft was briefly the world’s most valuable company again

Software group’s share price eclipsed Apple’s for a few moments on Tuesday

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Unilever enters exclusive talks to buy Horlicks unit from GSK

Unilever enters exclusive talks to buy Horlicks unit from GSK

Anglo-Dutch consumer company beats out rival bid from Nestlé for $4bn nutrition business

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Trump Threatens to Cut GM Subsidies

Trump Threatens to Cut GM Subsidies

President Trump threatened to cut subsidies for General Motors, including for electric cars, a day after the company said it was planning to cut up to 14,800 jobs in the U.S. and Canada and end production at several North American factories.

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U.S. Plans to Leave Russian Nuclear Deal, but Is Still Consulting Allies, Official Says

U.S. Plans to Leave Russian Nuclear Deal, but Is Still Consulting Allies, Official Says

The U.S. remains on a path to withdraw from a landmark nuclear-arms-control agreement with Russia, citing alleged violations by Moscow, but continues to consult with its allies on the decision, the Trump administration’s top intelligence official said.

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Trump threatens to cut ‘all subsidies’ for GM

Trump threatens to cut ‘all subsidies’ for GM

US president steps up attacks on automaker after plant closures

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Trump Threatens to Cut GM Subsidies

Trump Threatens to Cut GM Subsidies

President Trump threatened to cut subsidies for General Motors, including for electric cars, a day after the company said it was planning to cut up to 14,800 jobs in the U.S. and Canada and end production at several North American factories.

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Condé Nast CEO Bob Sauerberg to Step Down

Condé Nast CEO Bob Sauerberg to Step Down

Condé Nast said Chief Executive Bob Sauerberg is stepping down, just months after he outlined an ambitious plan to return the magazine publisher to profitability by 2020.

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Mueller Accuses Paul Manafort of Lying to FBI After Plea Agreement

Mueller Accuses Paul Manafort of Lying to FBI After Plea Agreement

Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort continued to lie to the FBI and to special counsel Robert Mueller’s office after his plea deal in September, Mr. Mueller’s office alleged, breaching the agreement.

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Charities Brace for Tax-Driven Dip in Year-End Giving

Charities Brace for Tax-Driven Dip in Year-End Giving

The tax law pushed millions of upper-middle-class households from itemizing deductions into a larger standard deduction. That shift could change the annual pattern of December donations that charities count on.

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Nations’ Pledges to Cut Greenhouse-Gas  Emissions Fall Short, U.N. Says

Nations’ Pledges to Cut Greenhouse-Gas Emissions Fall Short, U.N. Says

Commitments from nations to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions fall far short of what is necessary to avert catastrophic climate change, according to a U.N. report.

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Brexit Britain close to agreeing open skies deal with US

Brexit Britain close to agreeing open skies deal with US

Agreement falls short of current EU arrangements but will protect carriers from ownership problems

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López Obrador is bigger threat to liberal democracy than Bolsonaro

López Obrador is bigger threat to liberal democracy than Bolsonaro

Mexico’s new president will be unconstrained by institutions, unlike his Brazilian counterpart

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Nissan and Renault’s Alliance Faces Biggest Test Yet—Without Its Architect

Nissan and Renault’s Alliance Faces Biggest Test Yet—Without Its Architect

Executives from Renault and Nissan will convene Thursday for a meeting that will test the solidity of their two-decade alliance—and whether the smaller French company can keep the upper hand.

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Why Oil Prices Took Such a Tumble—and What Comes Next

Why Oil Prices Took Such a Tumble—and What Comes Next

It was only at the start of October that analysts were wondering if oil would soon cost $100 a barrel. Then a trap door opened and oil prices have been in a rapid descent since, losing nearly a third of their value in about eight weeks. What sparked the reversal?

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Mueller Accuses Paul Manafort of Lying to FBI After Plea Agreement

Mueller Accuses Paul Manafort of Lying to FBI After Plea Agreement

Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort continued to lie to the FBI and to special counsel Robert Mueller’s office after his plea deal in September, Mr. Mueller’s office alleged, breaching the agreement.

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