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South Korea’s LG Will Begin OLED Production in China

South Korea’s LG Will Begin OLED Production in China

The move comes after a summit between South Korean leader Moon Jae-in and Chinese President Xi Jinping partially aimed at restoring economic ties.

Published 5 months ago

China Sentences ‘Super Vulgar Butcher’ Activist to Eight Years in Prison

China Sentences ‘Super Vulgar Butcher’ Activist to Eight Years in Prison

Wu Gan had become known for attention-grabbing campaigns including one in which he posed for online portraits brandishing knives that he said he would use to “slaughter the pigs” among local officials who had done wrong.

Published 5 months ago

Euro hit by sudden Christmas Day plunge

Euro hit by sudden Christmas Day plunge

Single currency drops as much as 3% in minutes in suspected computer-driven sell-off

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Slow and Steady: Japanese Inflation Creeps Toward 2% Target

Slow and Steady: Japanese Inflation Creeps Toward 2% Target

The Japanese economy is picking up more and moving toward the central bank’s 2% inflation goal, though only gradually, according to new government data.

Published 5 months ago

Airlines’ Rising Costs Threaten to Drag on Their Profit  Margins

Airlines’ Rising Costs Threaten to Drag on Their Profit Margins

Airlines are paying more for fuel, labor and maintenance, drawing scrutiny from investors who fear the industry’s rising costs threaten margins during a record stretch of profitability.

Published 5 months ago

Retailers Feel Shoppers’ Christmas Cheer

Retailers Feel Shoppers’ Christmas Cheer

Shoppers of all income levels spent more this holiday season, prompting some Yuletide joy among retailers that struggled through a difficult year.

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In 2017, Our Sports Got Loud and Weird

In 2017, Our Sports Got Loud and Weird

From the NFL to the NBA and beyond, the myth of games simply being games is over.

Published 5 months ago

Apple Changes Business of Selling Your Browsing Data

Apple Changes Business of Selling Your Browsing Data

Online advertising is under siege by privacy campaigns run separately by Apple and European regulators. The long-term solution may be for sites to be more explicit about how they make money from customer data.

Published 5 months ago

Russia bars Navalny from running for president

Russia bars Navalny from running for president

Vladimir Putin’s main rival vows to appeal against decision and boycott 2018 election

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Russia Bars Putin Foe Alexei Navalny From Next Year’s Election

Russia Bars Putin Foe Alexei Navalny From Next Year’s Election

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny called for a nationwide boycott of next year’s presidential election after officials ruled him ineligible to run against President Vladimir Putin.

Published 5 months ago

Goodbye, George Bailey: Decline of Rural Lending Crimps Small-Town Business

Goodbye, George Bailey: Decline of Rural Lending Crimps Small-Town Business

Banks are closing branches and paring credit in rural America, focusing instead on booming urban markets. That leaves communities without the friendly faces of finance that once sustained them, and worsens an already tough economic environment.

Published 5 months ago

Israeli regulator becomes latest to crack down on bitcoin

Israeli regulator becomes latest to crack down on bitcoin

Cryptocurrency groups barred from Tel Aviv exchange as international warnings mount

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Both Parties Are Deft at Ignoring Deficit

Both Parties Are Deft at Ignoring Deficit

At a time of deep partisan divides, the two parties appear to be in agreement on one thing: They can’t decide whether they care about red ink or not. More precisely, each party pretends to care about rising federal deficits and accumulating national debt when that suits its interests, and then shrugs off those concerns when it doesn’t.

Published 5 months ago

Tax Overhaul Could Jolt Dollar as U.S. Companies Bring Home Cash

Tax Overhaul Could Jolt Dollar as U.S. Companies Bring Home Cash

A provision of the tax overhaul is expected to release a tide of U.S. corporate cash from abroad, a development likely to jolt the dollar and reverberate throughout financial markets early next year.

Published 5 months ago

Regulators Propose Rollbacks to Offshore Drilling Safety Measures

Regulators Propose Rollbacks to Offshore Drilling Safety Measures

Federal regulators are proposing to roll back safety measures put in place after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, which could affect real-time monitoring of offshore installations and third-party inspector certification.

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