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Ambulances roam eastern Ghouta for the next victims in Syrian war

Ambulances roam eastern Ghouta for the next victims in Syrian war

Movement invites attack in besieged Damascus suburb and Russia hints at second Aleppo

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North Korea hardline general to attend Olympics closing ceremony

North Korea hardline general to attend Olympics closing ceremony

Pyongyang’s choice of Kim Yong Chol adds new twist to delicate diplomatic situation

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Michael Dell Paid a Record $100.47 Million for Manhattan’s One57 Penthouse

Michael Dell Paid a Record $100.47 Million for Manhattan’s One57 Penthouse

Computer mogul Michael Dell paid a record-setting $100.47 million in 2014 for a penthouse at Manhattan’s One57.

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ECB minutes highlight policymakers’ fears over currency wars

ECB minutes highlight policymakers’ fears over currency wars

Volatility in euro is ‘source of uncertainty which requires monitoring’

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Ministers head for Chequers to hammer out Brexit strategy

Ministers head for Chequers to hammer out Brexit strategy

May aims to hold the cabinet line but outcome is unlikely to impress Brussels

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The Trend in Online Shopping: Not Shopping Online

The Trend in Online Shopping: Not Shopping Online

The hottest thing in China’s online shopping world is bricks-and-mortar stores. Inman, which started as an online-only women’s fashion brand but has now opened 450 shops, shows why.

Published 5 months ago

Angry Birds maker Rovio suffers 44% share drop on grim outlook

Angry Birds maker Rovio suffers 44% share drop on grim outlook

Shares in Finnish entertainment company Rovio have been hit hard on Thursday after the company advised investors to expect much lower revenues.

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Companies Could Get More Flexibility to Start IPOs

Companies Could Get More Flexibility to Start IPOs

Securities regulators hoping to spur more initial public offerings are weighing a deregulatory move that would allow all companies—not just smaller firms—to stage private talks with investors before announcing they will sell stock, according to people familiar with the matter.

Published 5 months ago

Tax Law Leaves Business Owners With Big Decision: To C or Not to C?

Tax Law Leaves Business Owners With Big Decision: To C or Not to C?

As business owners pore through the new tax law, many are asking themselves a fundamental question: Will changing how their company is structured cut their tax bills?

Published 5 months ago

‘Frugal four’ band together against Brussels’ plans to boost budget

‘Frugal four’ band together against Brussels’ plans to boost budget

Spending hawks suffer double blow from Brexit and Germany’s readiness to pay more

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Fed Minutes Push Global Stocks Lower

Fed Minutes Push Global Stocks Lower

Global equities slipped after a late drop in U.S. stocks a day earlier, stoked by fresh concerns about higher interest rates.

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U.S. Women Win Hockey Gold in Shootout

U.S. Women Win Hockey Gold in Shootout

The U.S. picked up an eighth gold medal in Pyeongchang with a dramatic upset over their longtime Canadian rivals in a penalty shootout, denying Canada of a fifth consecutive gold medal in Olympic women’s hockey.

Published 5 months ago