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Bank of Japan Maintains Promise to Keep Extremely Low Rates for "Extended Period"

The Bank of Japan reiterated that it would keep interest rates extremely low “for an extended period,” holding to forward guidance it first introduced in July......»»

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Kavanaugh Accuser Wants "Full Investigation" Before Senate Hearing

The woman who alleged Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her has requested an FBI investigation of the incident before she testifies......»»

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World Economic Forum Takes On China Tech Regulation

As China’s technology industry and government tangle over regulation, the World Economic Forum—best known for its annual Davos meeting—is stepping into the fray, opening a “Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution” in Beijing......»»

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U.S. Orders Chinese Media Firms to Register as Foreign Agents

The Justice Department ordered two leading Chinese state-run media organizations to register as foreign agents amid U.S. efforts to combat foreign influence operations......»»

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North Korea to Allow Outside Inspectors to Visit Missile Test Site

North Korea agreed to allow outside inspectors to visit its missile test site and said it would be open to decommissioning its nuclear-enrichment facility......»»

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Koreas" Talks Begin With Goodwill, If No Quick Results

North Korea’s Kim Jong Un and South Korea’s Moon Jae-in emerged from two hours of talks in Pyongyang without any immediate new agreements as they seek to break an impasse in U.S.-North Korea nuclear negotiations and keep their own engagement on track......»»

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Tencent Investment Executive Jonathan Lai Leaves to Join Coatue

Jonathan Lai, who led many of Tencent Holdings’ investments into digital entertainment startups, has left the China-based company......»»

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Former SeaWorld CEO Settles Claim He Misled Investors

James Atchison will pay more than $1 million to settle SEC charges he wasn’t upfront with investors about the impact documentary film “Blackfish” would have on the theme-park operator......»»

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Who Is the Man Musk Plans to Send Around the Moon?

Yusaku Maezawa, a 42-year-old e-commerce mogul and art collector, is Elon Musk’s first paying passenger for a journey around the moon......»»

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WeWork Reaches Settlement on Noncompete Pacts

The shared-office company agreed to sharply curtail its practice of requiring most employees to sign broad noncompete agreements, as part of a settlement with the attorneys general of New York and Illinois......»»

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Holidays Gifts May Escape Tariffs, but Retailers Won"t

The newly announced U.S. tariffs on Chinese consumer goods won’t hit most items that will be in stores for the 2018 holidays, but retailers are hustling to speed some shipments through ports and bracing for higher costs next year......»»

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Is This Article Worth Reading? Gmail"s Suggested Reply: "Haha, Thanks!"

Google’s automated email replies, which are being rolled to its 1.4 billion accounts, have baffled users with some peculiar suggestions.....»»

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Benefit Gains Exceed Wage Growth, New Labor Data Show

Americans’ compensation is growing, but workers might not notice it in their regular pay......»»

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Pay Gap? For Women at Startups, the Equity Gap is Worse

Female employees at startups typically get less than half the amount of equity of their male peers, according to a new study, highlighting one factor that has limited women’s involvement in the Silicon Valley wealth-generating machine......»»

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DOJ Opened Probe of Tesla After Musk"s Going-Private Tweet

Tesla said it received a “voluntary request for documents” from the Justice Department, which came after CEO Elon Musk’s tweet about taking the electric-car maker private......»»

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Real Madrid Shoots for Four Champions League Titles in a Row

Here are some of the biggest challenges to the Real Madrid era as the Champions League kicks off on Tuesday......»»

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Ferrari Powers Through a Curve

The high-end car maker navigates a tricky transition with its high valuation intact, but faces challenges......»»

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Germany"s Intelligence Chief Loses Post Over Comments on Far-Right Protests

The German government is replacing a top intelligence official less than two weeks after he made comments that appeared to play down far-right violence at the margins of recent anti-immigration protests......»»

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Hong Kong Recognizes Same-Sex Marriages for Foreigners

Hong Kong’s government agreed, in a step toward greater recognition of gay rights, to grant dependency visas to foreigners in same-sex unions, a move long sought by multinational companies......»»

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Pakistan Takes Emergency Steps to Patch Budget

Imran Khan’s new Pakistan government introduced emergency budget measures just weeks after coming into office, introducing spending cuts and tax increases to grapple with budget and trade deficits......»»

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