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Ford to launch global fleet of e-scooters

Ford to launch global fleet of e-scooters

Carmaker buys start-up Spin to tap into fast-growing global market

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Infrastructure spending rises up US political agenda

Infrastructure spending rises up US political agenda

Business groups express hope that Donald Trump and House Democrats can work together

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Meet the new Goldman Sachs partners

Meet the new Goldman Sachs partners

‘I absolutely did not expect it. It’s an incredibly opaque process’

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UBS vows to fight DoJ on RMBS complaint

UBS vows to fight DoJ on RMBS complaint

Swiss bank expects to face civil suit over securities it sold in run-up to crisis

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US midterms: Democrats ready to put White House under microscope

US midterms: Democrats ready to put White House under microscope

New committee chairmen prepare agendas despite talk of bipartisanship

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October was worst month for hedge funds in 7 years

October was worst month for hedge funds in 7 years

Only one in four fund managers achieved positive returns

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US stocks leap as midterms spring few surprises

US stocks leap as midterms spring few surprises

Dollar comes under pressure; oil prices continue to retreat

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Stacey Abrams’s Campaign Considering Legal Options in Georgia Governor’s Race

Stacey Abrams’s Campaign Considering Legal Options in Georgia Governor’s Race

Democrat Stacey Abrams was trailing in her bid to become the nation’s first female African-American governor, but her campaign said voting problems as well as uncounted absentee and provisional ballots could force a runoff.

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Dow Surges More than 400 Points

Dow Surges More than 400 Points

U.S. stocks extended a recent rebound as a congressional power divide eased worries about swift policy changes that could hurt large companies’ policies.

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McConnell and Trump Forge a Bond Over Winning

McConnell and Trump Forge a Bond Over Winning

The president and the Senate majority leader found a way to move beyond a frosty start.

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Muslim Women Win House Seats, Blazing a New Path

Muslim Women Win House Seats, Blazing a New Path

Two Muslim women from the Midwest were elected to the House of Representatives, making history as the first women of their faith to serve in Congress. Rashida Tlaib, a Palestinian American, will represent Michigan, and Ilhan Omar, once a Somali refugee in Kenya, will represent Minnesota.

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Democratic House Threatens Trump’s Business Agenda

Democratic House Threatens Trump’s Business Agenda

The shift is expected to complicate the president’s push to negotiate new trade deals and cut regulation for industries such as autos and energy.

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Trump pushes out Sessions after midterms

Trump pushes out Sessions after midterms

Departure raises questions about the future of Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation

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Women and minorities to fore in Goldman’s new partners

Women and minorities to fore in Goldman’s new partners

High-status rank given to 69 as bank battles 1MDB fallout

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions Resigns from Trump White House

Attorney General Jeff Sessions Resigns from Trump White House

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has resigned at the request of President Trump. The move follows months of Mr. Trump expressing his displeasure with Mr. Sessions in critical tweets.

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