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Postal Service Review Proposes Sweeping Changes Likely to Hit Amazon

Postal Service Review Proposes Sweeping Changes Likely to Hit Amazon

A Treasury-led task force proposed that the U.S. Postal Service charge more for certain package deliveries, going after Amazon.com and other online retailers that President Trump has said benefit at the post office’s expense.

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German Auto CEOs Seek to Dodge Tariffs Threat at a White House Meeting

German Auto CEOs Seek to Dodge Tariffs Threat at a White House Meeting

Executives of Germany’s biggest car manufacturers stressed their commitment to investment and job creation in the U.S. in a bid to dissuade President Trump from imposing tariffs on vehicle and auto-parts imports.

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Trump Team Set to Take Tough Stand in 90-Day Trade Talks With China

Trump Team Set to Take Tough Stand in 90-Day Trade Talks With China

Trump administration officials said they planned to take a tough stand in their 90-day trade negotiations with China or impose further tariffs, as the optimism over a truce gave way to uncertainties over how the two sides could find agreement on a wide range of issues.

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Takeda Wins Shareholder Approval for Its $62 Billion Shire Bid

Takeda Wins Shareholder Approval for Its $62 Billion Shire Bid

The approval from Takeda Pharmaceutical’s shareholders for the Shire bid clears the path for the biggest-ever overseas acquisition by a Japanese company.

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Dow Tumbles Nearly 800 Points as Trade Jitters Return

Dow Tumbles Nearly 800 Points as Trade Jitters Return

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell nearly 800 points and bond yields plummeted as investors’ doubts over the U.S.-China trade truce renewed anxieties about the pace of economic growth.

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Jeb Bush Hopes Father’s ‘Kinder, Gentler’ Outlook Will Prevail

Jeb Bush Hopes Father’s ‘Kinder, Gentler’ Outlook Will Prevail

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush urged Americans to celebrate his late father’s life and said he hoped the former President George H.W. Bush’s “kinder, gentler” outlook would prevail despite public and political division.

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Slowing Cigarette Sales Push Altria to Explore Other Opportunities

Slowing Cigarette Sales Push Altria to Explore Other Opportunities

Marlboro maker Altria Group is eyeing cannabis and e-cigarettes, searching for growth outside its traditional business, as the long decline of U.S. cigarette sales accelerates.

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China Maneuvers to Snag Top-Secret Boeing Satellite Technology

China Maneuvers to Snag Top-Secret Boeing Satellite Technology

The founders of a small Los Angeles company, which ordered a satellite from Boeing, say the firm was financed and is now controlled by China, in violation of rules designed to keep such technology out of Beijing’s hands. Some worry China could use the technology for military purposes.

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Senators Conclude the Saudi Crown Prince Ordered Journalist’s Killing

Senators Conclude the Saudi Crown Prince Ordered Journalist’s Killing

Several senators emerged from a meeting with CIA Director Gina Haspel saying they had no doubt Saudi Arabia’s crown prince was responsible for the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

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Poll favourite to be next Greek PM backs pro-market reforms

Poll favourite to be next Greek PM backs pro-market reforms

Former McKinsey consultant Kyriakos Mitsotakis seeks to give impetus to economy

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Technology: is it game over for consoles?

Technology: is it game over for consoles?

Hardware makers must adapt to a world where superfast broadband can stream blockbuster games without the need for a box

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Italian sell-off hits debt sales of companies and banks

Italian sell-off hits debt sales of companies and banks

Lowest amount of bonds sold since financial crisis, as S&P warns of higher funding costs

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Takeda wins shareholder approval for £46bn Shire takeover

Takeda wins shareholder approval for £46bn Shire takeover

Vote paves way for Japan’s largest ever corporate takeover

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Isis returns to insurgent roots after battlefield defeats

Isis returns to insurgent roots after battlefield defeats

Group re-emerges as ‘clandestine’ organisation sowing instability in Iraq and Syria

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Veganomics: could cutting meat save the planet and make you money?

Veganomics: could cutting meat save the planet and make you money?

Animal agriculture represents a quarter of global greenhouse gases. FT reporters examine the environmental case for going vegan, whether the City could be part of a move away from animal products and how difficult it still is to turn to a plant-based diet.

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