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Condé Nast CEO to step down amid restructuring

Condé Nast CEO to step down amid restructuring

Publisher behind Vogue confronts a harsh environment for magazines

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Donald Trump and Xi Jinping face trade showdown at G20 summit

Donald Trump and Xi Jinping face trade showdown at G20 summit

Six topics set to dominate agenda at Buenos Aires meeting of world leaders

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Why Oil Prices Took Such a Tumble—and What Comes Next

Why Oil Prices Took Such a Tumble—and What Comes Next

It was only at the start of October that analysts were wondering if oil would soon cost $100 a barrel. Then a trap door opened and oil prices have been in a rapid descent since, losing nearly a third of their value in about eight weeks. What sparked the reversal?

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Silicon Valley’s Stock-Exchange Plan Snagged by Opposition at SEC

Silicon Valley’s Stock-Exchange Plan Snagged by Opposition at SEC

The Long-Term Stock Exchange—a market for the nation’s hottest startups–was opposed by a member of the SEC.

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Investors Confront Growth Fears Ahead of G-20 Summit

Investors Confront Growth Fears Ahead of G-20 Summit

Softening economic data are adding to investor anxiety ahead of the Group of 20 summit that starts Friday in Buenos Aires.

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Trump Expects to Move Ahead With Boost on China Tariffs

Trump Expects to Move Ahead With Boost on China Tariffs

Days before a summit with China’s leader, President Trump said in an interview he expects to move ahead with boosting tariff levels on $200 billion of Chinese goods to 25%.

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Three Americans Killed in Roadside Bombing in Afghanistan

Three Americans Killed in Roadside Bombing in Afghanistan

On Tuesday, three U.S. military personnel were killed by an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan’s eastern Ghazni province, the U.S. military said. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack.

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Haley Calls Russia Reckless in Tense Standoff With Ukraine

Haley Calls Russia Reckless in Tense Standoff With Ukraine

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley warned Russia over the seizure of three Ukrainian naval ships and Kiev put its troops on military alert in response to an incident that is ratcheting up tensions between Moscow and the West.

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Hey, That’s My Idea! When Your Boss Steals Your Work

Hey, That’s My Idea! When Your Boss Steals Your Work

Nothing frustrates employees more than a manager taking undue credit. Here’s how to navigate one of the trickiest elements of office politics.

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Global MPs threaten tougher regulation of Facebook

Global MPs threaten tougher regulation of Facebook

Committee of lawmakers criticise Mark Zuckerberg for refusing to be questioned

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Donald Trump faces fallout of stalling US car industry

Donald Trump faces fallout of stalling US car industry

Despite president’s strategies to boost manufacturing, the sector is facing headwinds

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Carlos Ghosn pins hopes on ex-prosecutor who once pursued wealthy

Carlos Ghosn pins hopes on ex-prosecutor who once pursued wealthy

Motonari Otsuru is helping deposed Nissan boss navigate tough Japanese justice

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Investors Confront Growth Fears Ahead of G-20 Summit

Investors Confront Growth Fears Ahead of G-20 Summit

Softening economic data are adding to investor anxiety ahead of the Group of 20 summit that starts Friday in Buenos Aires.

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A New Kind of Lender Secretly Tracks Your Car to Make Sure You Pay Up

A New Kind of Lender Secretly Tracks Your Car to Make Sure You Pay Up

In China, a new type of internet loan comes with a catch: lenders can track your car’s whereabouts and can seize it if you fail to make payments.

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Mueller Accuses Paul Manafort of Lying to FBI After Plea Agreement

Mueller Accuses Paul Manafort of Lying to FBI After Plea Agreement

Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort continued to lie to the FBI and to special counsel Robert Mueller’s office after his plea deal in September, Mr. Mueller’s office alleged, breaching the agreement.

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