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The U.S'.s pursuit of theft charges against Huawei is an example of an emerging U.S. strategy of converting corporate squabbles into criminal charges
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Bob Costas, who served as the MC for NBC's Olympics 11 times starting in 1992, is leaving the network's sports division entirely after nearly 40 years
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Jack Bogle, who almost singlehandedly popularized index funds, died Wednesday at age 89. WSJ's Jason Zweig, who interviewed him dozens of times, recounts Mr. Bogle's long and influential career.
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Former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen just now on Twitter: "As for the WSJ article on poll rigging, what I did was at the direction of and for the sole benefit of Trump." Story he is reacting to:
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As Wall Street takes a wild ride, investors are giving midcaps a fresh look
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The new agreement between NetJets and its pilot union changes the compensation structure so that pilots who fly more hours can be paid more
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During the week ended Jan. 5, the second week of the shutdown, 10,454 federal employees filed for first-time benefits--up by about 6,000 from the prior week
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“They aren’t gaming the system. They own the system.” Amazon is using its power to supercharge its growing book-publishing operation.
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Toyota now requires a handful of workers to wear exoskeletons, and it's not alone in experimenting with the technology
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Facebook has removed pages and accounts linked to what it said were two Russia-based misinformation campaigns
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The best and worst U.S. airlines: Delta takes the top spot for the second year in a row
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Big donors fueled Cory Booker’s Senate campaigns. In 2020, that could be a liability.
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Canadian crude prices have surged to trade at the smallest discount to U.S. oil in a decade
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The government shutdown is forcing entrepreneurs who rely on Small Business Administration-backed funding to halt their expansion plans and seek high-interest loans.
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How some companies are dealing with the "unbearable" uncertainty over Brexit
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Germany is exploring ways to ban the use of Huawei products in the country's telecommunications infrastructure
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Michael Cohen hired an IT firm to rig early CNBC, Drudge polls in favor of Trump. The contractor says he got much less than the $50,000 promised.
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Take an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal
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An all-star roster of former Federal Reserve leaders and White House economic advisers are signing on to a new statement in support of a carbon tax on businesses that sends the revenue to U.S. citizens.
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Carlos Ghosn is set to stay in jail at least until March after being denied bail a second time
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