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Consumer Beware: With Less Trade Comes Less Choice

Consumer Beware: With Less Trade Comes Less Choice

The shift in the U.S. compact-car market, where imports thrive as domestic brands like the Chevrolet Cruze meet their demise, is the result of the great value that consumers place on variety.

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Fake Signals and Illegal Flags: How North Korea Uses Clandestine Shipping to Fund Regime

Fake Signals and Illegal Flags: How North Korea Uses Clandestine Shipping to Fund Regime

Freighters loaded with coal and oil use an array of tactics to keep trade flowing. This is among the ways the country has weakened a U.S.-led policy of “maximum pressure” designed to force it to abandon its nuclear ambitions.

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Microsoft Closes In on Apple as World’s Most Valuable Company

Microsoft Closes In on Apple as World’s Most Valuable Company

Microsoft briefly eclipsed longtime rival Apple as the world’s most valuable company, before a late rally by the iPhone maker kept it in the top spot.

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Maldives’ New Leaders Confront a Chinese-Funded Building Binge

Maldives’ New Leaders Confront a Chinese-Funded Building Binge

The government has reversed course on foreign policy, moving away from a partnership with China and realigning with neighboring India. But its leaders face a harder task reworking Chinese loans racked up for infrastructure projects.

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Republican Hyde-Smith Beats Democrat Espy in Mississippi Senate Runoff

Republican Hyde-Smith Beats Democrat Espy in Mississippi Senate Runoff

Boosted by President Trump, Mississippi Republican Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith defeated Democrat Mike Espy in a Senate runoff election that reopened old wounds from the state’s past battles with race and civil rights.

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Lion Air Crash Investigators Are Focused on Maintenance Problems

Lion Air Crash Investigators Are Focused on Maintenance Problems

Clues gathered by investigators are increasingly pointing to a potential maintenance error suspected of touching off the rapid sequence of events leading up to last month’s Lion Air jet crash, which killed 189 people.

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Investors Prepare for Another Brexit Surprise

Investors Prepare for Another Brexit Surprise

Some markets expect more surprises when the U.K. parliament votes on an EU exit deal Dec 11. Whatever the result, its course through the typically quiet holiday season could exacerbate moves.

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Republican Hyde-Smith Beats Democrat Espy in Mississippi Senate Runoff

Republican Hyde-Smith Beats Democrat Espy in Mississippi Senate Runoff

Boosted by President Trump, Mississippi Republican Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith defeated Democrat Mike Espy in a Senate runoff election that reopened old wounds from the state’s past battles with race and civil rights.

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Big Tech Expands Footprint in Health

Big Tech Expands Footprint in Health

Amazon.com has begun to sell software that mines patient medical records for information doctors and hospitals could use to improve treatment and cut costs, the latest move by a big technology company into the health-care industry.

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Fed Shifts to a Less Predictable Approach to Policy Making

Fed Shifts to a Less Predictable Approach to Policy Making

The central bank will be deciding whether and when to raise interest rates more on the basis of the economy’s latest signs—such as in inflation, unemployment and growth —and less on the long term.

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Nissan and Renault’s Alliance Faces Biggest Test Yet—Without Its Architect

Nissan and Renault’s Alliance Faces Biggest Test Yet—Without Its Architect

Executives from Renault and Nissan will convene Thursday for a meeting that will test the solidity of their two-decade alliance—and whether the smaller French company can keep the upper hand.

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Lion Air Crash Investigators Are Focused on Maintenance Problems

Lion Air Crash Investigators Are Focused on Maintenance Problems

Clues gathered by investigators are increasingly pointing to a potential maintenance error suspected of touching off the rapid sequence of events leading up to last month’s Lion Air jet crash, which killed 189 people.

Published 1 week ago

Probe finds sensor and culture issues preceded Lion Air crash

Probe finds sensor and culture issues preceded Lion Air crash

Report highlights problems with stall-prevention feature on the Boeing 737 Max jet

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Fake Signals and Illegal Flags: How North Korea Uses Clandestine Shipping to Fund Regime

Fake Signals and Illegal Flags: How North Korea Uses Clandestine Shipping to Fund Regime

Freighters loaded with coal and oil use an array of tactics to keep trade flowing. This is among the ways the country has weakened a U.S.-led policy of “maximum pressure” designed to force it to abandon its nuclear ambitions.

Published 1 week ago

Cutting carbon emissions to zero will cost billions, says EU

Cutting carbon emissions to zero will cost billions, says EU

Brussels to unveil climate change road map aimed at preventing damaging global warming

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