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China backs Philippines’ revamp of battle-hit Marawi

China backs Philippines’ revamp of battle-hit Marawi

Historical ally of US opts for Beijing’s help in $1bn revitalisation of town devastated by militants

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At Ceremonial Swearing-In, Trump Apologizes to Kavanaugh for His ‘Pain and Suffering’

At Ceremonial Swearing-In, Trump Apologizes to Kavanaugh for His ‘Pain and Suffering’

In attendance were a handful of Republican senators and the other eight Supreme Court justices.

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Trump Says He Has No Plans to Fire Rosenstein

Trump Says He Has No Plans to Fire Rosenstein

President Trump said he had no plans to fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, giving a vote of confidence to the No. 2 Justice Department official after his future was called into question last month.

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Limo in N.Y. Crash That Claimed 20 Lives Had Failed Inspection, Gov. Cuomo Says

Limo in N.Y. Crash That Claimed 20 Lives Had Failed Inspection, Gov. Cuomo Says

The limousine involved in the upstate New York crash that claimed 20 lives had failed inspection in September and was driven by a man who didn’t have the required license, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said.

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Trian Considers a Takeover Bid for Papa John’s

Trian Considers a Takeover Bid for Papa John’s

Trian Fund Management, an activist hedge fund, is evaluating a takeover bid for Papa John’s,one of several parties to express interest since the pizza chain put itself up for sale amid an acrimonious fight with its founder.

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Hedge Funds Retreat as Markets Advance

Hedge Funds Retreat as Markets Advance

New York-based Tourbillon Capital Partners told investors it was closing, marking at least the third hedge fund to announce it was shutting down this month.

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As Pakistan Starts Talks, Emerging Markets Look to Contain Damage

As Pakistan Starts Talks, Emerging Markets Look to Contain Damage

As Pakistan starts bailout talks with the IMF this week, many developing nations have taken steps to limit fallout from weakening currencies and rising interest rates in the U.S.

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The U.S.-China Trade Battle Spawns a New Era of Tariff Dodges

The U.S.-China Trade Battle Spawns a New Era of Tariff Dodges

There are 18,927 individual codes to identify goods the U.S. imports, and switching them around is an increasingly popular way some Chinese exporters are ducking proliferating American tariffs, say trade professionals. The plywood industry is a case in point.

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Elliott Management Goes on Charm Offensive

Elliott Management Goes on Charm Offensive

Elliott Management, known for its brawls with CEOs and developing-world governments, is softening its image.

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Google withdraws from $10bn Pentagon JEDI contract contest

Google withdraws from $10bn Pentagon JEDI contract contest

Decision follows staff outcry over separate AI agreement for military drones

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Trian Considers a Takeover Bid for Papa John’s

Trian Considers a Takeover Bid for Papa John’s

Trian Fund Management, an activist hedge fund, is evaluating a takeover bid for Papa John’s,one of several parties to express interest since the pizza chain put itself up for sale amid an acrimonious fight with its founder.

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The Kavanaugh Effect: Political Debates Shake Up the Workplace

The Kavanaugh Effect: Political Debates Shake Up the Workplace

Offices, break rooms and factory floors have grown unusually rife with political discussion. The Supreme Court confirmation battle over Brett Kavanaugh made the debates especially personal, and left Americans looking for ways to find common ground with their colleagues.

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Trump Says He Has No Plans to Fire Rosenstein

Trump Says He Has No Plans to Fire Rosenstein

President Trump said he had no plans to fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, giving a vote of confidence to the No. 2 Justice Department official after his future was called into question last month.

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U.S.-China Tensions Break Out in Beijing

U.S.-China Tensions Break Out in Beijing

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo exchanged testy words with his Chinese counterpart on Monday as a rapid deterioration of bilateral ties threatens to jeopardize future cooperation over North Korea.

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The U.S.-China Trade Battle Spawns a New Era of Tariff Dodges

The U.S.-China Trade Battle Spawns a New Era of Tariff Dodges

There are 18,927 individual codes to identify goods the U.S. imports, and switching them around is an increasingly popular way some Chinese exporters are ducking proliferating American tariffs, say trade professionals. The plywood industry is a case in point.

Published 1 week ago