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Saudi Journalist’s Disappearance Sends Chill Through Foreign Investors, Firms

Saudi Journalist’s Disappearance Sends Chill Through Foreign Investors, Firms

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s plans to lure investors and transform his country’s economy face dire threats after the disappearance and possible killing of a dissident writer at a Saudi consulate in Turkey.

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Pentagon Grounds F-35 Fleet After Crash

Pentagon Grounds F-35 Fleet After Crash

The Pentagon said its fleet of Lockheed Martin Corp. F-35 combat jets was grounded to investigate engine problems that may have caused a Marine Corps plane crash last month.

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The Secrets of Getting Into Harvard Were Once Closely Guarded. That’s About to Change

The Secrets of Getting Into Harvard Were Once Closely Guarded. That’s About to Change

A trial beginning Monday will examine how Harvard uses race to shape its student body. The court decision could upend practices of other elite colleges.

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Rocket Headed for International Space Station Aborts After Booster Failure

Rocket Headed for International Space Station Aborts After Booster Failure

A Russian rocket carrying an American astronaut and his Russian counterpart to the international space station aborted the flight shortly after launch because of a booster anomaly.

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SEC Chair Jay Clayton Says Quarterly Reporting Won’t Change ‘Anytime Soon’

SEC Chair Jay Clayton Says Quarterly Reporting Won’t Change ‘Anytime Soon’

Public companies won’t get a break from quarterly earnings reporting in the near term—an idea that President Trump asked U.S. regulators to study—according to SEC Chairman Jay Clayton.

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Trump blames Fed for stock rout but won’t fire Powell

Trump blames Fed for stock rout but won’t fire Powell

US president says policy ‘far too stringent’ in latest critique of central bank

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SEC Chair Jay Clayton Says Quarterly Reporting Won’t Change ‘Anytime Soon’

SEC Chair Jay Clayton Says Quarterly Reporting Won’t Change ‘Anytime Soon’

Public companies won’t get a break from quarterly earnings reporting in the near term—an idea that President Trump asked U.S. regulators to study—according to SEC Chairman Jay Clayton.

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IMF readies for further danger signals in emerging markets

IMF readies for further danger signals in emerging markets

Fears grow that more countries will require loans as currency and debt woes pile up

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We need a new, more co-operative international order

We need a new, more co-operative international order

Our biggest risk is complacency in the face of unprecedented challenge

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U.S. Stocks Seek Stability on Heels of Wednesday Rout

U.S. Stocks Seek Stability on Heels of Wednesday Rout

The Dow Jones Industrial Average slipped on Thursday after global markets sold off, as investors refocused on slowing global growth, rising bond yields and increasing trade tensions.

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The Secrets of Getting Into Harvard Were Once Closely Guarded. That’s About to Change

The Secrets of Getting Into Harvard Were Once Closely Guarded. That’s About to Change

A trial beginning Monday will examine how Harvard uses race to shape its student body. The court decision could upend practices of other elite colleges.

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Senate Letter Criticizes Google for Failure to Disclose Data Vulnerability

Senate Letter Criticizes Google for Failure to Disclose Data Vulnerability

Top lawmakers sent a stinging letter to Google on Thursday over its handling of a data vulnerability that affected hundreds of thousands of users of its Google+ social media service.

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Social Security Benefits to Get 2.8% Boost in 2019

Social Security Benefits to Get 2.8% Boost in 2019

Seniors and other Americans receiving Social Security will see the largest increase to their benefits in seven years in January, the Social Security Administration said.

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Trump and Xi Plan to Meet Amid Trade Tension

Trump and Xi Plan to Meet Amid Trade Tension

The White House is moving ahead with plans for President Trump to meet with Chinese leader Xi Jinping at a summit in November, to try to devise a way out of the countries’ trade battle.

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Mortgage Rates Fast Approaching 5%, a Fresh Blow to Housing Market

Mortgage Rates Fast Approaching 5%, a Fresh Blow to Housing Market

The cost of borrowing to buy a home is at its highest in over seven years. That could deter purchasers and be a worrying sign for the greater economy.

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