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At Heart of New Fed Debate: Bonds or Bills?

At Heart of New Fed Debate: Bonds or Bills?

Federal Reserve officials are now beginning an internal debate to decide what exactly the central bank’s $4.5 trillion portfolio will look like when they are done shrinking it.

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Democrats Look to Flip New England’s One GOP House Seat

Democrats Look to Flip New England’s One GOP House Seat

Democrats hoping to win back rural, white voters to flip seats in the midterms are gearing up for a challenge here, in the only patch of New England that Republicans hold in the House.

Published 1 month ago

Where’s the Off Switch? Videogame Developers Are Making It Harder to Stop Playing

Where’s the Off Switch? Videogame Developers Are Making It Harder to Stop Playing

Videogames have gotten harder to turn off, mental-health experts and parents say, raising concerns about the impact of long gaming sessions on players’ lives.

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MS-13, Violent and Unruly, Is Trying to Organize—Can It?

MS-13, Violent and Unruly, Is Trying to Organize—Can It?

A string of criminal trials that wrapped up this summer in Boston shows the difficulty of organizing an impenetrable criminal enterprise from a gang of undisciplined young members.

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Sears CEO Puts His Own Board on the Spot

Sears CEO Puts His Own Board on the Spot

For years Edward Lampert has called the shots at Sears as its chief executive, largest shareholder and biggest lender. But his latest play to keep the struggling chain afloat is out of his hands.

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CPAs Fight to Protect Part of Their Turf

CPAs Fight to Protect Part of Their Turf

Some certified public accountants are up in arms about a move by their industry’s main trade group to allow people from outside their ranks to be credentialed to help companies value complex assets.

Published 1 month ago

Apple culls apps in China after state media criticism

Apple culls apps in China after state media criticism

iPhone maker drops gambling apps amid accusations of failing to filter illegal material

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Korean families set for reunions despite denuclearisation concerns

Korean families set for reunions despite denuclearisation concerns

Meetings between separated relatives come as US maintains tough sanctions

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Former UBS worker calls for police investigation into alleged assault

Former UBS worker calls for police investigation into alleged assault

‘I want some form of justice — he wronged me’

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What next for cryptocurrencies after bubble bursts?

What next for cryptocurrencies after bubble bursts?

Bitcoin, the original and most valuable crypto, has plummeted from $19,000 to $6,000-$8,000

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US banks tap the brakes on consumer credit

US banks tap the brakes on consumer credit

Spending is up, but concern is growing over credit quality and profitability

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Pepsi Continues Move Away From Sugary Drinks With SodaStream Deal

Pepsi Continues Move Away From Sugary Drinks With SodaStream Deal

PepsiCo has agreed to buy home-carbonation company SodaStream for $3.2 billion, the latest move by the cola giant to diversify away from sugary sodas and salty snacks.

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Fewer Americans Uproot Themselves for a New Job

Fewer Americans Uproot Themselves for a New Job

Fewer Americans are moving around the country to pursue new work opportunities, as better job prospects near home and changing family ties make people less willing to uproot their lives.

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Environmentally Unfriendly Deals Highlight Gray Areas for ‘Green Bonds’

Environmentally Unfriendly Deals Highlight Gray Areas for ‘Green Bonds’

The booming world of “green bonds” faces a credibility problem: Definitions can be so fuzzy that environmentally conscious investors might end up funding fossil-fuel power stations.

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