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China film star Fan Bingbing fined $70m for tax evasion

China film star Fan Bingbing fined $70m for tax evasion

‘X-Men’ actress vanished from public eye for months as authorities probed her contracts

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Why Amazon Needed to Pay Up

Why Amazon Needed to Pay Up

Having the largest workforce making the least amount of money made Amazon a target.

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Auto Sales Sputtered in September Amid Rising Interest Rates, Trade Concerns

Auto Sales Sputtered in September Amid Rising Interest Rates, Trade Concerns

Several major auto makers reported steep declines in U.S. sales for September, a slowdown that comes amid shifts in North American trade policy and the looming threat of tariffs on European and Japanese imports.

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In Brazil, Big Plans and No Money

In Brazil, Big Plans and No Money

Days before Sunday’s presidential election in Brazil, candidates are promising to crack down on violence and shore up crumbling infrastructure. But no leading candidate mentions Brazil’s biggest problem: There is no money for any of that.

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WSJCoin: Yes, We Created Our Own Cryptocurrency

WSJCoin: Yes, We Created Our Own Cryptocurrency

To understand what drives the wild cryptocurrency market, we decided to experiment with a digital currency of our own: WSJCoin, a virtual token for the newspaper industry.

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Two Letters Sent to the Pentagon Test Positive for Ricin

Two Letters Sent to the Pentagon Test Positive for Ricin

Two pieces of mail that arrived at a Pentagon distribution center have tested positive for the poison ricin and a “suspicious envelope” had been sent to the White House, defense officials and the Secret Service said.

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College Basketball Corruption Trial Begins

College Basketball Corruption Trial Begins

An Adidas executive paid the families of top high-school basketball players to induce them to attend schools with Adidas sponsorships, his defense lawyer told a Manhattan jury, conceding a violation of NCAA rules.

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How Restaurants Are Using Big Data as a Competitive Tool

How Restaurants Are Using Big Data as a Competitive Tool

Eateries have more information than ever about their customers

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Turkey’s inflation rate soars to almost 25%

Turkey’s inflation rate soars to almost 25%

Collapse this year in the lira has placed strong pressure on prices

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Toys ‘R’ Us Lenders Plan Brand’s Revival

Toys ‘R’ Us Lenders Plan Brand’s Revival

A group of hedge funds in line to take control of Toys “R” Us—the same group that pulled the plug on the retailer’s reorganization this year—intends to revive the business behind the Toys “R” Us and Babies “R” Us brand names.

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Italian assets rebound on signals of budget discipline

Italian assets rebound on signals of budget discipline

Bonds and shares buoyed by reports of plan to cut deficit to 2 per cent of GDP in 2021

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Wirecard’s meteoric rise prompts questions

Wirecard’s meteoric rise prompts questions

Controversy dogs payments company that has a valuation of more than 40 times next year’s expected earnings

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McConnell Presses Kavanaugh Vote as FBI Probe Nears an End

McConnell Presses Kavanaugh Vote as FBI Probe Nears an End

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell pressed to hold a vote as soon as possible on Judge Brett Kavanaugh, with the FBI expected to wrap up its probe into allegations of sexual assault and misconduct by the Supreme Court nominee as soon as Wednesday.

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Amazon’s Wage Increase Adds Pressure for Employers to Boost Pay

Amazon’s Wage Increase Adds Pressure for Employers to Boost Pay

Amazon’s plan to pay workers a minimum of $15 an hour is evidence the strong job market is forcing businesses to bid up wages.

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Blow for France’s Macron as third minister resigns

Blow for France’s Macron as third minister resigns

President loses another backer after Gérard Collomb quits as minister of the interior

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