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Mexico under pressure not to bow to US over immigrants

Mexico under pressure not to bow to US over immigrants

Incoming officials deny reports migrants will wait at border while being processed

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US carmakers’ future on the line again, a decade after bailout

US carmakers’ future on the line again, a decade after bailout

Bankruptcy may have given GM and Chrysler an edge over Ford

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US capital expenditure boom fails to live up to promises

US capital expenditure boom fails to live up to promises

Tax cut boosts tech companies but workers see fewer benefits

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Democrats Tie Support for Spending Bill to Mueller Probe

Democrats Tie Support for Spending Bill to Mueller Probe

Democratic lawmakers say their support for a spending bill depends on protection for the special counsel.

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Tesla Is the Hot Spot for Young Job Seekers

Tesla Is the Hot Spot for Young Job Seekers

A job offer from electric-car maker Tesla is a career break that appeals to newly minted engineers and ambitious young workers, despite the long workweeks, frenzied pace and legal tussles with securities regulators.

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Borrowers Are Tapping Their Homes for Cash, Even as Rates Rise

Borrowers Are Tapping Their Homes for Cash, Even as Rates Rise

Americans are still refinancing to pull cash out of their homes as rising mortgage rates crush much of the rest of the market. More than nine years into an economic expansion that has lifted home values sharply but raised worker pay at a much slower pace, many are turning to their homes as a source of wealth.

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French protesters hit out at ‘distant’ Emmanuel Macron

French protesters hit out at ‘distant’ Emmanuel Macron

‘Yellow vests’ accuse president of being out of touch with ordinary people

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Investors say markets unlikely to help Theresa May on Brexit

Investors say markets unlikely to help Theresa May on Brexit

Fund managers question whether sterling will plunge should MPs reject PM’s deal

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Pelosi’s Grip on Power to Be Tested This Week

Pelosi’s Grip on Power to Be Tested This Week

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s hold on her caucus faces its first major test this week, when House Democrats cast initial votes for their leaders.

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Possible Ghosn Defense: He Didn’t Think He Needed to Report Deferred Pay

Possible Ghosn Defense: He Didn’t Think He Needed to Report Deferred Pay

Carlos Ghosn received tens of millions of dollars in deferred compensation at Nissan Motor and told colleagues that he was acting appropriately when he didn’t report that money in financial disclosures.

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No Refuge for Investors as 2018 Rout Sends Stocks, Bonds, Oil Lower

No Refuge for Investors as 2018 Rout Sends Stocks, Bonds, Oil Lower

Stocks, bonds and commodities from copper to crude oil to burlap are staging a rare, simultaneous retreat, putting global markets on track for one of their worst years on record and deepening a sense of unease on Wall Street.

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Carlos Ghosn said to deny Japanese accusations on pay

Carlos Ghosn said to deny Japanese accusations on pay

Statements to prosecutors by arrested ex-boss of Nissan are reported in Tokyo media

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Possible Ghosn Defense: He Didn’t Think He Needed to Report Deferred Pay

Possible Ghosn Defense: He Didn’t Think He Needed to Report Deferred Pay

Carlos Ghosn received tens of millions of dollars in deferred compensation at Nissan Motor and told colleagues that he was acting appropriately when he didn’t report that money in financial disclosures.

Published 2 weeks ago

U.K., EU Approve Hard-Fought Brexit Divorce Deal. Now the Real Work Begins

U.K., EU Approve Hard-Fought Brexit Divorce Deal. Now the Real Work Begins

More than two years after Britons voted to break from the European Union, U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May and the leaders of the remaining EU members approved a hard-fought, 585-page treaty setting out the terms of the U.K.’s divorce from the bloc.

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Mexico in Talks With U.S. Over Plan to Require Migrants to Stay on Its Side of Border

Mexico in Talks With U.S. Over Plan to Require Migrants to Stay on Its Side of Border

Top advisers to Mexico’s president-elect are in talks with U.S. government officials over a plan that will require migrants seeking asylum in the U.S. to wait in Mexico while their claims are adjudicated.

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