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Russian energy groups largely unscathed by western sanctions

Russian energy groups largely unscathed by western sanctions

Individual restrictions hit home but broader deterrents fail to have an impact

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In Their Push to Lure Amazon, Cities Face Unintended Demands

In Their Push to Lure Amazon, Cities Face Unintended Demands

U.S. cities vying for Amazon’s second headquarters risk facing an unexpected consequence to victory: Other companies will demand the same hefty tax breaks conferred on the online retail giant.

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With Death of Toys ‘R’ Us, Toy Makers Brace for Major Hit

With Death of Toys ‘R’ Us, Toy Makers Brace for Major Hit

The liquidation of Toys “R” Us has sent the toy industry reeling, leaving Mattel, Hasbro and other manufacturers without a large chain devoted to selling games and dolls and forcing them to find other outlets to carry their items.

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Theranos case offers warning to Silicon Valley’s bullish culture

Theranos case offers warning to Silicon Valley’s bullish culture

Start-ups under pressure to deliver the next wonder technology can tread a fine line

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Trump Takes Aim at Next Tariff Target: China

Trump Takes Aim at Next Tariff Target: China

The Trump administration is putting together a package of anti-China measures, including tariffs on at least an annual $30 billion of Chinese imports, to pressure Beijing to end requirements that U.S. companies transfer technology to Chinese firms.

Published 5 months ago

Tesla’s Make-Or-Break Moment Is Fast Approaching

Tesla’s Make-Or-Break Moment Is Fast Approaching

Tesla is entering one of the most critical phases in its history, as the auto maker must boost production of the Model 3 or possibly face severe financial consequences.

Published 5 months ago

Lawrence Kudlow Is Fan and Critic of Trump’s Economic Positions

Lawrence Kudlow Is Fan and Critic of Trump’s Economic Positions

Lawrence Kudlow, President Donald Trump’s pick for National Economic Council director, supports free trade and a strong dollar, positions at odds with those of his new boss. He also favors tax cuts and low interest rates, putting him in sync with the president.

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Unilever says decision to quit UK ‘nothing to do with Brexit’

Unilever says decision to quit UK ‘nothing to do with Brexit’

Group pushes back against suggestion more protectionist Dutch regime influenced choice

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China’s bid for artificial intelligence dominance powers ahead

China’s bid for artificial intelligence dominance powers ahead

Chinese tech companies have a huge natural advantage in terms of access to data

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Going Dutch: Unilever Picks Rotterdam Over London for Headquarters

Going Dutch: Unilever Picks Rotterdam Over London for Headquarters

Unilever has decided to consolidate its dual headquarters in Rotterdam over London, a politically charged move that came despite last-minute lobbying from the British government.

Published 5 months ago

The Real Drama in Russia’s Election: How Many Voters Will Show Up?

The Real Drama in Russia’s Election: How Many Voters Will Show Up?

Russian President Vladimir Putin has an approval rating of around 80%, according to polls, making the challenge for the Kremlin not how to assure his victory against a cast of weak opponents, but how to boost voter turnout and legitimize an uncompetitive election.

Published 5 months ago

Who Is Paying To Fix Outdated Water and Sewer Systems? You Are

Who Is Paying To Fix Outdated Water and Sewer Systems? You Are

Water bills have increased an average 5.5% a year over the past decade, more than three times the rate of inflation, as utilities try to fix corroded pipes and overflowing sewer systems.

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Qatar, Cut Off From Neighbors, Remains Defiant

Qatar, Cut Off From Neighbors, Remains Defiant

The tiny, wealthy emirate of Qatar has gotten used to being cut off by its neighbors, developing fresh trade routes and alliances that may affect the Middle East’s balance for years to come.

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Canadian National Railway Struggles to Make On-Time Deliveries

Canadian National Railway Struggles to Make On-Time Deliveries

Problems at the railroad are triggering widespread delays in deliveries of grain, fracking sand, crude and other goods.

Published 5 months ago

Brussels under fire over Barroso’s move to Goldman

Brussels under fire over Barroso’s move to Goldman

EU watchdog calls for a formal reassessment over position at investment bank

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