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Erdogan pressures Saudi Arabia over missing journalist

Erdogan pressures Saudi Arabia over missing journalist

Turkish president calls on kingdom to prove Khashoggi left Istanbul consulate alive

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Google Exposed User Data, Feared Repercussions of Disclosing to Public

Google Exposed User Data, Feared Repercussions of Disclosing to Public

Google exposed the private data of hundreds of thousands of users of the Google+ social network, though it didn’t find evidence of misuse. The company opted not to disclose the issue this past spring, in part because of fears doing so would draw regulatory scrutiny.

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Canada’s Largest Oil Refinery Reports ’Major Incident’

Canada’s Largest Oil Refinery Reports ’Major Incident’

A “major incident” happened Monday at Canada’s largest oil refinery in Saint John, New Brunswick, said Irving Oil Ltd., which owns and operates the plant, with local media reporting a “bed-shaking” explosion and huge fire.

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Elliott Management Goes on Charm Offensive

Elliott Management Goes on Charm Offensive

Elliott Management, known for its brawls with CEOs and developing-world governments, is softening its image.

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The Uphill Fight Against Fake Prescription Drugs

The Uphill Fight Against Fake Prescription Drugs

Drug companies and law enforcement struggle to stop online sales of counterfeit versions of medications like Xanax laced with fentanyl that can kill unsuspecting users.

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Two Top U.S. Economists Win Nobel for Work on Growth and Climate

Two Top U.S. Economists Win Nobel for Work on Growth and Climate

The Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences was shared by Americans William D. Nordhaus and Paul M. Romer, for research on innovation, climate change and the economy that has had huge implications for global policy making.

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A GOP Tax-Law Writer Faces Skeptics in His Minnesota District

A GOP Tax-Law Writer Faces Skeptics in His Minnesota District

Rep. Erik Paulsen, one of the writers of the big GOP tax cut, is in a tough re-election fight as he trumpets the measure to his skeptical Minnesota district.

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Hope Hicks joins Fox as new communications chief

Hope Hicks joins Fox as new communications chief

Move underlines close ties between White House and Murdoch’s media company

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U.S.-China Tensions Break Out in Beijing

U.S.-China Tensions Break Out in Beijing

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo exchanged testy words with his Chinese counterpart on Monday as a rapid deterioration of bilateral ties threatens to jeopardize future cooperation over North Korea.

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Parties Seize on Kavanaugh Supreme Court Clash

Parties Seize on Kavanaugh Supreme Court Clash

With the fight over Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination behind them, Republicans and Democrats head into the election homestretch trying to channel passions churned in recent weeks into getting supporters to the polls.

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Investors Aren’t Following Facebook, Google Out of Tech Funds

Investors Aren’t Following Facebook, Google Out of Tech Funds

Facebook, Twitter and Alphabet officially left the S&P 500’s technology sector last month, but investors appear to be in no hurry to follow their lead.

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The U.S.-China Trade Battle Spawns a New Era of Tariff Dodges

The U.S.-China Trade Battle Spawns a New Era of Tariff Dodges

There are 18,927 individual codes to identify goods the U.S. imports, and switching them around is an increasingly popular way some Chinese exporters are ducking proliferating American tariffs, say trade professionals. The plywood industry is a case in point.

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Companies Turn to an Unlikely Place for Their Next CEO

Companies Turn to an Unlikely Place for Their Next CEO

GE’s choice to name board member Larry Culp as CEO has led some executives to wonder whether they would be better off seeking out long-retired executives as directors.

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Traders Bet on Return of $100 Oil

Traders Bet on Return of $100 Oil

A hot streak in the oil market is setting off a wave of bets on how high prices can go. Crude prices have rallied for four weeks, prompting a surge in the trading of oil options.

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China slams Trump’s ‘misguided actions’ during Pompeo visit

China slams Trump’s ‘misguided actions’ during Pompeo visit

Sharp exchange with foreign minister Wang Yi overshadows talks on North Korea

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