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GE’s $23bn writedown is a case of goodwill gone bad

GE’s $23bn writedown is a case of goodwill gone bad

Company raised eyebrows by taking big accounting charge over its $10bn Alstom deal

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Finance, the media and a catastrophic breakdown in trust

Finance, the media and a catastrophic breakdown in trust

John Authers on his ringside seat on some of the biggest financial stories of our time

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Nomura looks to Paris as post-Brexit EU lending hub

Nomura looks to Paris as post-Brexit EU lending hub

Japanese bank joining global peers in moving some business to French capital

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Developer turns to cryptocurrencies to revive Australia resort

Developer turns to cryptocurrencies to revive Australia resort

Great Barrier Reef tourism project was mothballed due to funds drought

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SFO seeks recovery of London homes with Uzbek links

SFO seeks recovery of London homes with Uzbek links

Fraud Office issues claim on assets of Gulnara Karimova in further move on dirty money

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Mind the gap — US versus the world

Mind the gap — US versus the world

Mike Mackenzie’s daily analysis of what’s moving global markets

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US Senate passes $60bn foreign development bill

US Senate passes $60bn foreign development bill

Rare bipartisan move aimed at countering China’s growing global influence

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Bond Yields Surge, Signaling Growth Hopes

Bond Yields Surge, Signaling Growth Hopes

Investors propelled bond yields to multiyear highs as robust economic data and an easing of trade tensions sparked fresh optimism about global growth.

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New Nafta Shows Limits of ‘America First’

New Nafta Shows Limits of ‘America First’

To free traders, the new Nafta is tough to swallow. But the verdict is different when judged by a different standard—how the world’s trading system survived the most protectionist U.S. administration in memory.

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Shopping-Mall Vacancies Are Highest in Seven Years After Big-Box Closings

Shopping-Mall Vacancies Are Highest in Seven Years After Big-Box Closings

Rising shopping mall vacancies across the U.S. are driving down rents, signaling that many retail centers continue to struggle despite the country’s strong economic growth.

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Honda to Invest $2.75 Billion in GM’s Self-Driving Car Unit

Honda to Invest $2.75 Billion in GM’s Self-Driving Car Unit

Honda Motor is investing $750 million in General Motors’ self-driving car unit, with plans to commit an additional $2 billion in the coming years, in an effort to jointly develop a fully autonomous car for mass production.

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New Nafta Shows Limits of ‘America First’

New Nafta Shows Limits of ‘America First’

To free traders, the new Nafta is tough to swallow. But the verdict is different when judged by a different standard—how the world’s trading system survived the most protectionist U.S. administration in memory.

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Barnes & Noble Evaluates Possible Sale

Barnes & Noble Evaluates Possible Sale

Barnes & Noble is reviewing strategic alternatives including a possible sale and has received expressions of interest from multiple parties, including Chairman Leonard Riggio.

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Employer-Provided Health Insurance Approaches $20,000 a Year

Employer-Provided Health Insurance Approaches $20,000 a Year

The average cost of health coverage offered by employers rose to nearly $20,000 for a family plan this year, capping years of increases that experts said are tied to rising prices for care.

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The $500 Million Central Bank Heist—and How It Was Foiled

The $500 Million Central Bank Heist—and How It Was Foiled

Officials in Angola have charged four men in connection with an alleged plot to siphon off a big chunk of its central-bank reserves. It would have been one of the biggest ever thefts of its kind.

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