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Chief Executive Christian Sewing signaled the lender will shrink its investment bank as it struggles to stabilize the business and regain support from investors who... [Read More]
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Facebook said it stopped paying commissions to employees who sell political ads, as the tech giant overhauls how it engages with campaigns ahead of elections... [Read More]
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Several big American companies are joining European peers and business associations in urging employees and the general public to vote in elections for the European... [Read More]
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The trade impasse between the U.S. and China reflects the view of the Trump administration—and trade representative Robert Lighthizer—that a deal should focus on long-term... [Read More]
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The wettest year on record is piling up costs for the nation's biggest agricultural companies, stalling farmers' fieldwork and slowing shipments across the U.S. Farm... [Read More]
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If you are going to ask your kid to pay for room and board, here are some tips on doing it fairly. [Read More]
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India has wrapped up the largest election in the history of democracy, which delivered victory to Narendra Modi. How the popular nationalist prime minister uses... [Read More]
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Equities slipped amid political uncertainties in Europe and tensions in China over a protracted trade standoff with the U.S. [Read More]
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Early vote counting in India suggests Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the nationalist leader who has dominated the political debate in the world's largest democracy for... [Read More]
John Walker Lindh, the American man captured in Afghanistan in 2001 and later convicted of providing support to the Taliban, is set to be released... [Read More]
An engineer at an upstate New York company who was responsible for ensuring the quality of parts for Elon Musk's space venture has been charged... [Read More]
The National Rifle Association filed a lawsuit accusing its longtime advertising firm of orchestrating a failed executive coup at the gun-rights group. [Read More]
Acting Federal Aviation Administration chief Daniel Elwell appeared to undermine industry expectations that Boeing's grounded 737 MAX jets would be heading toward a smooth and... [Read More]
Lawmakers introduced legislation that would provide up to $700 million to help U.S. telecom carriers remove equipment purchased from Huawei and other Chinese companies deemed... [Read More]
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is investigating a spate of incidents of people pulling the brakes on moving subway cars, endangering riders and causing delays, officials... [Read More]
The College Board is planning to assign A SOCIOECONOMIC INDEX to students who take the SAT test. So what is an "adversity score" and what... [Read More]
A federal judge in New York ruled Wednesday that President Trump can't block subpoenas that House Democrats sent to two banks asking for documents related... [Read More]
The role played by the Pentagon's chain of command in the investigation and prosecution of military sexual-assault cases has resurfaced as a key issue in... [Read More]
While technology has made it possible to stream any video and hail a car from almost anywhere, it still hasn't been able to make the... [Read More]
Follow Reagan's example in rescuing Grenada from Cuban domination. [Read More]
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