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Jann Wenner and His Biographer Have a Falling Out16m Updated Jann Wenner and His Biographer Have a Falling Out
The Rolling Stone founder seemed to enjoy opening up his life to Joe Hagan. Now that the book is about to come out, they are no longer speaking.
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Breakingviews: A Shortsighted Plan to Scrap Dodd-Frank’s Liquidation Rules21m Breakingviews: A Shortsighted Plan to Scrap Dodd-Frank’s Liquidation Rules
Some Republicans see the rules on unwinding failing banks as another bailout. But a global perspective reveals some reasons to keep them in place.
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Theresa May to scrap universal credit helpline charges24m Updated Theresa May to scrap universal credit helpline charges
But the prime minister rejects Jeremy Corbyn's calls to pause the new benefit's roll-out.
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Anthem to Launch Its Own Pharmacy-Benefit Manager40m Updated Anthem to Launch Its Own Pharmacy-Benefit Manager
Anthem plans to launch its own pharmacy-benefit manager, serviced by CVS Health, in 2020 after the conclusion of its contract with Express Scripts.
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How Many People Watch Netflix? Nielsen Tries to Solve a Mystery48m How Many People Watch Netflix? Nielsen Tries to Solve a Mystery
The ratings company is using audio-recognition software to crack a closely guarded trade secret.
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Would you eat green satsumas?49m Would you eat green satsumas?
Tesco has announced it will start selling green satsumas but would you be willing to eat them?
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How the Harvey Weinstein Story Has Unfolded1h 17m How the Harvey Weinstein Story Has Unfolded
A look back at the major elements of the continuing story, which has spilled well beyond Hollywood.
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Chancellor asks for scrutiny of UK bank links to South Africa corruption inquiry1h 23m Chancellor asks for scrutiny of UK bank links to South Africa corruption inquiry
Alleged ties between wealthy Gupta family and President Zuma prompt concern HSBC and others could be exposed to illicit funds The chancellor has asked UK enforcement agencies to look into whether British banking groups HSBC and Standard Chartered are linked to South Africa’s corruption inquiry into
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Maker of Lysol, Durex Splits Business in Bid to Boost Growth1h 58m Updated Maker of Lysol, Durex Splits Business in Bid to Boost Growth
The U.K.’s Reckitt Benckiser said it would divide operations into two parts, consumer health and home/hygiene, as it and other consumer-goods giants scramble to jump-start sales.
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Insurers Brace for Drop in Enrollment Amid ACA Turmoil2h Updated Insurers Brace for Drop in Enrollment Amid ACA Turmoil
With enrollment for Affordable Care Act health-insurance plans starting in just two weeks, insurers are bracing for a drop-off among consumers put off by higher rates, confusion about the law’s standing and a shorter window to choose coverage.
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Ford Door-Latch Issues Expand to Trucks2h Ford Door-Latch Issues Expand to Trucks
Ford continues to be plagued by faulty vehicle-door latches as the auto maker expanded the lineup of affected models for the second time this year.
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Real wages fall despite low levels of unemployment2h Real wages fall despite low levels of unemployment
Average earnings of UK workers are now no higher than they were in February 2006, official figures reveal
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Dream City?: Google’s Founders Wanted to Shape a City. Toronto Is Their Chance.2h Dream City?: Google’s Founders Wanted to Shape a City. Toronto Is Their Chance.
Here’s an opportunity to develop “the world’s first neighborhood built from the internet up,” but will humans be put first?
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 London and the West Midland lead summer house price falls 2h Updated London and the West Midland lead summer house price falls
Research suggests that prices in England fell by 0.85 per cent on average between July and September, with London recording the biggest fall at 0.99 per cent
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2h Dow Stays Above 23,000-Mark on IBM Surge
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rallied above the 23,000-mark on Wednesday, propelled by IBM's 9 percent surge after the computing giant hinted a return to revenue growth.
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Roy Price Resigns as Head of Amazon Studios2h Updated Roy Price Resigns as Head of Amazon Studios
Roy Price is out as head of Amazon Studios, days after details of a two-year-old accusation of sexual harassment became public.
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U.S. Treasury Declines to Label China a Currency Manipulator3h Updated U.S. Treasury Declines to Label China a Currency Manipulator
The U.S. Treasury again declined to label China a currency manipulator, though it continued to criticize China for its large trade surplus and restrictions on foreign investors.
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Anthem Joins With CVS to Start Its Own Pharmacy Business3h Anthem Joins With CVS to Start Its Own Pharmacy Business
The move is another shake-up in the pharmacy benefits manager industry, and deals a blow to Express Scripts.
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This Airport Restaurant Is Classified3h This Airport Restaurant Is Classified
Why United Airlines has quietly opened an unmarked, invitation-only eatery at Newark Liberty International Airport.
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 MARKETS CLOSE: London shares shoot higher  3h Updated MARKETS CLOSE: London shares shoot higher 
The FTSE 100 closed up 26.70 points at 7,542.87 as traders mulled the likelihood of a November rate hike following mixed jobs and wages data.
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Call for inquiry into privately financed public projects in Scotland3h Call for inquiry into privately financed public projects in Scotland
Contracts including for schools, hospitals and roads shrouded in secrecy and offer poor value for probable £7.6bn cost to taxpayers, say experts An expert report has raised concerns about unjustified secrecy and poor value for money in privately financed projects in Scotland.
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Dream City?: Taxibots, Sensors and Self-Driving Shuttles: A Glimpse at an Internet City (in Toronto)3h Dream City?: Taxibots, Sensors and Self-Driving Shuttles: A Glimpse at an Internet City (in Toronto)
An Alphabet subsidiary has a chance to develop “the world’s first neighborhood built from the internet up,” but will it put humans first?
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Delta Expects to Buy U.S.-Built CSeries Jets3h Delta Expects to Buy U.S.-Built CSeries Jets
Delta said it plans to take Bombardier new CSeries jetliners built at an Airbus facility in Alabama, though didn’t provide a timeline for the first delivery.
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Fed Officials Warn Against Push for Tax Cuts Over Real Reform4h Fed Officials Warn Against Push for Tax Cuts Over Real Reform
The leaders of the Dallas and New York Federal Reserve banks warned that any overhaul of the tax code that emphasizes deficit-boosting tax cuts over making the system more efficient could bring short-term gain but lead to long-term pain.
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Weaker Trade Arbiters Pave Way for Conflict4h Updated Weaker Trade Arbiters Pave Way for Conflict
Trump administration attempts to neuter Nafta and the World Trade Organization are intended to sideline the referees from the world trade arena, but that would allow both the U.S. and rivals to be more aggressive, Greg Ip writes.
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New Talks on Paris Climate Pact Are Set, and That’s Awkward for U.S.4h New Talks on Paris Climate Pact Are Set, and That’s Awkward for U.S.
International delegates will gather next month to discuss implementing the Paris agreement, and American negotiators will be there even though the United States has said it will quit the pact.
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Debt collector Cabot in Haste to seal float4h Debt collector Cabot in Haste to seal float
Britain's biggest debt collector has lined up the boss of Wonga to steer it through a London flotation expected to value it at £1bn.
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A MacArthur ‘Genius’ on Overcoming Modern Farm Slavery4h Updated A MacArthur ‘Genius’ on Overcoming Modern Farm Slavery
A conversation with Greg Asbed, co-founder of the Coalition of Immokalee Workers, who was recently awarded a MacArthur Foundation “genius grant.”
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Homes with famous former owners – in pictures4h Updated Homes with famous former owners – in pictures
See houses where painter LS Lowry and singer Edith Piaf once lived, plus those of authors Catherine Cookson and Roger Hargreaves
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Hurricanes Weighed on Housing Starts4h Hurricanes Weighed on Housing Starts
U.S. housing starts decreased last month for the fifth time in six months, as builders felt the brunt of construction delays as well as labor and material shortages caused by hurricanes in Florida and Texas.
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The Other Brother: Bob Weinstein Was an Abusive Boss5h Updated The Other Brother: Bob Weinstein Was an Abusive Boss
Bob Weinstein hasn’t been accused of the kind of sexual misconduct that led to the ouster of his brother from the production company they jointly ran. Instead, according to multiple former employees and business associates, he was a volatile and bullying executive.
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Wagamama owner wins race for go-kart champion5h Wagamama owner wins race for go-kart champion
The owner of the Wagamama restaurant chain is preparing to swallow Britain’s biggest operator of go-kart tracks, even as concerns about the consumer spending outlook dampen investors’ enthusiasm for leisure and retail industry deals.
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Intellectual property laws demand a 21st-century solution5h Intellectual property laws demand a 21st-century solution
The health and wellbeing of people should be put before corporate profits When the South African government attempted to amend its laws in 1997 to avail itself of affordable generic medicines for the treatment of HIV/Aids, the full legal might of the global pharmaceutical industry bore down on the country, delaying implementation and extracting a high human cost. South Africa eventually won its case, but the government learned its lesson: it did not try again to put its citizens’ health and wellbeing into its own hands by challenging the conventional global intellectual property (IP) regime.
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Rio Tinto Faces Reckoning Over Africa Bets5h Updated Rio Tinto Faces Reckoning Over Africa Bets
A U.S. lawsuit alleging Rio Tinto misled investors about the value of its assets in Mozambique is the second serious regulatory problem in less than a year to rock the mining giant over its forays in Africa.
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Unemployment drops by 52,000 but pay squeeze continues5h Unemployment drops by 52,000 but pay squeeze continues
The number of people out of work falls by 52,000, but earnings fail to keep pace with inflation.
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5h French Magazine Draws Outrage for Putting Convicted Killer on Its Cover
The music weekly Les Inrockuptibles featured Bertrand Cantat, who was jailed for fatally beating his partner in 2003, on the front of its latest issue.
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Sonos One Review: Alexa-Powered Speakers Never Sounded So Good5h Sonos One Review: Alexa-Powered Speakers Never Sounded So Good
The Sonos One wireless speaker with Alexa voice-assistant powers, is set to go on sale later this month, a convenient way to get your music when and where you want it.
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 Half of British adults at risk of financial shock says FCA 5h Updated Half of British adults at risk of financial shock says FCA
FCA chief Andrew Bailey said 15 million workers were failing to save into a private pension, despite the surge in adoption of employer schemes delivered since auto-enrolment kicked in.
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 MARKETS LIVE: London shares shoot higher  5h Updated MARKETS LIVE: London shares shoot higher 
In focus today will be UK unemployment and earnings, the latter likely most important following yesterday’s UK inflation foray back above 3 per cent.
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U.S. Nafta Negotiator Takes Aim at Rivals5h U.S. Nafta Negotiator Takes Aim at Rivals
President Donald Trump’s top trade negotiator exchanged public barbs with his Mexican and Canadian counterparts as well as U.S. businesses, magnifying gaps over the North American Free Trade Agreement and highlighting the obstacles to keeping the pact alive.
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Reckitt Tries a New Formula Amid Industry Malaise5h Updated Reckitt Tries a New Formula Amid Industry Malaise
Reckitt Benckiser Group is splitting its business into two separate divisions, the latest move by a consumer-goods giant to address an industry-wide downturn.
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6h Dow Opens Above 23,000, Powered by I.B.M.
The Dow Jones industrial average opened above 23,000 for the first time on Wednesday, powered by IBM, which hinted at a revival in its growth after six years in retreat.
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 Some Dartford Crossing fines can reach hundreds of pounds 6h Some Dartford Crossing fines can reach hundreds of pounds
Earlier in the year, I wrote about an Essex resident who was handed a £190 fine for one £2.50 crossing at Dartford, which she thought had been paid for.
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RB shake-up sees Durex split from Brasso6h RB shake-up sees Durex split from Brasso
Is one of Britain's largest companies preparing to break itself in two?
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Maker of Lysol, Durex to Split Businesses in Bid to Boost Growth6h Updated Maker of Lysol, Durex to Split Businesses in Bid to Boost Growth
The U.K.’s Reckitt Benckiser said it would divide operations into two parts, consumer health and home and hygiene, as it and other consumer-goods giants scramble to jump-start sales.
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Tech We’re Using: Pioneering Virtual Reality and New Video Technologies in Journalism6h Tech We’re Using: Pioneering Virtual Reality and New Video Technologies in Journalism
Marcelle Hopkins, deputy video editor and co-director of virtual reality, traces The Times’s push into V.R. and other visual technologies.
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 How children are learning about finance 6h Updated How children are learning about finance
Kirton Primary School in Boston, Lincolnshire, started its own currency called Kirts, with which Darcie, six, bought a bow for her hair.
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Tesco to start selling green satsumas and clementines6h Tesco to start selling green satsumas and clementines
It will cut food waste by selling green satsumas and clementines instead of rejecting them.
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Hofmeister redux as real Bavarian craft lager wins global beer award6h Hofmeister redux as real Bavarian craft lager wins global beer award
Beer named best lager of 2017 at the IWSC after relaunch consigns unbearable 80s ‘Eurofizz’ recipe and reputation to history Hofmeister, the lager that
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 Shell to open its first electric car charge points in UK 6h Updated Shell to open its first electric car charge points in UK
Shell is opening charging points at its petrol stations in Holloway (London), Whyteleafe (Surrey) and Derby. A further seven more will open in London and Reading by the end of the year.
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Mann With Plan Leads Recovery Hopes at Mitsubishi Motors6h Updated Mann With Plan Leads Recovery Hopes at Mitsubishi Motors
Mitsubishi Motors is plowing billions of dollars into its global operations, as it looks to spark growth after years of lackluster performance and a fuel-economy scandal.
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 Half of British adults at risk of financial shock - FCA 6h Half of British adults at risk of financial shock - FCA
FCA chief Andrew Bailey said 15 million workers were failing to save into a private pension, despite the surge in adoption of employer schemes delivered since auto-enrolment kicked in.
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SEC Alleges Rio Tinto Misled Investors Over Value of Coal Assets7h Updated SEC Alleges Rio Tinto Misled Investors Over Value of Coal Assets
U.S. regulators sued Rio Tinto and two former top executives over claims they misled investors about the value of Mozambique coal assets from an acquisition that caused massive losses for the company.
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Theresa May scraps universal credit helpline charges7h Updated Theresa May scraps universal credit helpline charges
But the prime minister rejects Jeremy Corbyn's calls to pause the new benefit's roll-out, at PMQs.
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UK wage squeeze continues, as jobless rate remains at 42-year low – as it happened7h UK wage squeeze continues, as jobless rate remains at 42-year low – as it happened
All the day’s economic and financial news, including the latest UK labour force statistics
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Nike Jersey Worn by LeBron James Rips in NBA Debut7h Nike Jersey Worn by LeBron James Rips in NBA Debut
Nike’s new basketball jersey ripped while being worn by star LeBron James during the sportswear company’s debut as the official outfitter of the National Basketball Association.
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Chicken food poisoning levels falling7h Chicken food poisoning levels falling
The bug campylobacter, present in some chickens, is the leading cause of food poisoning in the UK.
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U.S. Housing Starts Fell in September7h Updated U.S. Housing Starts Fell in September
U.S. housing starts decreased last month for the fifth time in six months, a sign home builders are struggling to keep pace with solid buyer demand.
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Millions miss bills as finances bite7h Updated Millions miss bills as finances bite
More than four million people face difficulties over domestic or credit bills, says a major study.
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With ACA in Limbo, Insurers Brace for Drop in Enrollment7h Updated With ACA in Limbo, Insurers Brace for Drop in Enrollment
With enrollment for Affordable Care Act health-insurance plans starting in just two weeks, insurers are bracing for a drop-off among consumers put off by higher rates, confusion about the law’s standing and a shorter window to choose coverage.
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 Some Dartford Crossing fines can reach thousands of pounds 8h Some Dartford Crossing fines can reach thousands of pounds
Earlier in the year, I wrote about an Essex resident who was handed a £190 fine for one £2.50 crossing at Dartford, which she thought had been paid for.
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UK wage squeeze continues, as jobless rate remains at 42-year low – business live8h Updated UK wage squeeze continues, as jobless rate remains at 42-year low – business live
All the day’s economic and financial news, including the latest UK labour force statistics
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Tesco stocks green satsumas in drive to reduce food waste8h Tesco stocks green satsumas in drive to reduce food waste
Supermarket says easy-peelers are ripe and edible but failed to turn usual orange colour due to hotter weather in Spain
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 How to invest in the quest for a cure for cance 8h How to invest in the quest for a cure for cance
Medical researchers, drugs companies and technology firms are ploughing billions of pounds into the quest to beat cancer. We reveal how investors can back this.
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Samsung Is Under Scrutiny Again as South Korean Police Raid Offices8h Samsung Is Under Scrutiny Again as South Korean Police Raid Offices
Two months after a scion of the conglomerate’s controlling family was sent to prison, investigators were looking into an alleged misappropriation of company funds.
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Mitsubishi Maps Out Road to Recovery After Fuel-Economy Scandal8h Mitsubishi Maps Out Road to Recovery After Fuel-Economy Scandal
Mitsubishi Motors will plow billions of dollars into its business as it seeks to update factories, reinvigorate a stagnant product lineup and return to growth after a fuel-economy scandal.
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Experts call for inquiry into privately-financed public projects in Scotland8h Experts call for inquiry into privately-financed public projects in Scotland
Contracts for more than 40 schools, hospitals and roads shrouded in secrecy and offer poor value for the likely £7.6bn cost to taxpayers, report says An expert report has warned about unjustified secrecy and poor value for money with more than 40 privately-financed schools, hospitals and roads in Scotland. The report by two senior economists said there was a pressing need for an inquiry into whether the
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Senate Plan Gives Health Care Industry Hope, for Now: DealBook Briefing9h Senate Plan Gives Health Care Industry Hope, for Now: DealBook Briefing
The bipartisan proposal buoyed the stocks of insurers and hospital operators, but there’s still no assurance of a permanent fix.
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RBS in talks to offload stake in Euroclear9h RBS in talks to offload stake in Euroclear
The state-backed Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is in talks to offload its long-held stake in Euroclear, a financial markets infrastructure group that plays a central role in settling hundreds of trillions of euros-worth of trades.
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 Flybe shares dive after it issues another profit warning  9h Flybe shares dive after it issues another profit warning 
The regional airline, which already warned over profits earlier this year, said it now expected adjusted profits before tax for its first half to be in the range of £5million to £10million.
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Half of UK adults are financially vulnerable, City watchdog finds10h Half of UK adults are financially vulnerable, City watchdog finds
FCA figures will increase concern among policymakers over how British households will cope with an interest rate rise Half of the UK population are financially vulnerable, and one in six could not cope with a £50 increase in monthly bills, according to a survey of Britain’s personal finances by the City regulator. The
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Unemployment drops by 52,000 but jobless rate stays at same level10h Updated Unemployment drops by 52,000 but jobless rate stays at same level
The number of people out of work is still at lowest level since 1975, figures indicate.
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Health Insurers Step Up Open Enrollment Push10h Updated Health Insurers Step Up Open Enrollment Push
With enrollment for Affordable Care Act health-insurance plans starting in just two weeks, insurers are bracing for a drop-off among consumers put off by higher rates, confusion about the law’s standing and a shorter window to choose coverage.
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How Many Watch People Netflix? Nielsen Tries to Solve a Mystery10h How Many Watch People Netflix? Nielsen Tries to Solve a Mystery
The ratings company is using audio-recognition software to crack a closely guarded trade secret.
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 Why fingerprints can never replace bank passwords 10h Updated Why fingerprints can never replace bank passwords
Millions of older people, manual labourers and cancer sufferers could be unable to use their fingerprints to log in to online bank accounts, Money Mail can reveal.
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Universal Credit helpline charges scrapped10h Universal Credit helpline charges scrapped
The welfare secretary makes the announcement ahead of a Commons debate about the flagship reform.
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 Thousands of pensioners turning to equity release 10h Updated Thousands of pensioners turning to equity release
The number of retirees aged 75 to 84 taking out so-called equity release loans shot up 48 per cent in the past year. Figures show 3,400 homeowners took these in the first six months of the year.
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 Major squeeze on wages is confirmed 10h Updated Major squeeze on wages is confirmed
Today's monthly update on unemployment revealed the number of people in work has risen again to 32.1million. The unemployment rate was just 4.3 per cent.
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Reckitt Launches Revamp Amid Slowdown10h Reckitt Launches Revamp Amid Slowdown
Reckitt Benckiser said it would restructure its operations into two separate divisions after a string of disappointing earnings, raising questions as to whether the company could be broken up or pursue another big deal.
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 DAN HYDE: There should be a clampdown on auto harassment 10h Updated DAN HYDE: There should be a clampdown on auto harassment
It may seem like tedious admin work to the fat cats running these firms, but the consequences of this scattergun approach to debt collection can be devastating.
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 Greedy home insurers use tax rises to hike cover by 50% 10h Updated Greedy home insurers use tax rises to hike cover by 50%
Customers are routinely being sent insurance renewal letters that fail to give any reason for the hikes, except for the increasing cost of Government policies.
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 How quest for a cancer cure can boost your Isa 10h Updated How quest for a cancer cure can boost your Isa
One in two of us will get cancer at some stage in our lifetimes. Nearly every family will see a loved one battle the disease, where the chances of surviving for at least ten years are 50:50 on average.
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IBM Revenue Drops Again11h Updated IBM Revenue Drops Again
IBM had gains in its hardware and artificial-intelligence divisions in the third quarter but overall profit and sales declined, a sign the company’s drawn-out transformation still has a way to go.
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 ASK TONY: M&S jeans turned my £2,500 sofa blue 11h Updated ASK TONY: M&S jeans turned my £2,500 sofa blue
We are in dispute with Marks & Spencer over the transfer of colour from a pair of men's jeans, which has ruined one of our £2,500 settees, also purchased from M&S.
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Rio Tinto charged with fraud in US and fined £27.4m in UK11h Rio Tinto charged with fraud in US and fined £27.4m in UK
Regulators take legal action against miner for overstating value of coal assets in Africa as two former top executives are accused of hiding losses Anglo-Australian mining giant
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On Money: North Korea Is No Longer the Hermit Kingdom — but How Long Will China Be Its Lifeline?11h On Money: North Korea Is No Longer the Hermit Kingdom — but How Long Will China Be Its Lifeline?
The country’s peculiar trading entanglements make sanctions possible. Will its longtime enabler finally make them enforceable?
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‘The Walking Dead’ at 100: Still a Hit, but for How Much Longer?11h ‘The Walking Dead’ at 100: Still a Hit, but for How Much Longer?
As the zombie apocalypse drama returns for Season 8, the AMC series is looking to rebound from a stretch of storytelling shenanigans that alienated viewers.
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 Double whammy as prices soar while rates stay at 0.25% 11h Updated Double whammy as prices soar while rates stay at 0.25%
Inflation jumped to 3 per cent in September, its highest since April 2012. The rate you can earn on savings has edged up slightly, but by far less than the rise in the cost of living.
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 Home buyers stalling on purchases over rate fears 11h Home buyers stalling on purchases over rate fears
Surveyors report that fewer people are buying properties than at any time since the Brexit vote. This is the sixth consecutive month of falls, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
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UK unemployment report expected to show pay lagging inflation – business live11h Updated UK unemployment report expected to show pay lagging inflation – business live
All the day’s economic and financial news, including the latest UK labour force statistics
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Unemployment falls but wage growth unchanged11h Unemployment falls but wage growth unchanged
Unemployment fell by 52,000 in the three months to August but wage growth remained at 2.1% - lagging behind inflation - official figures show.
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Trump Narrows Fed Leader Search to Five Candidates11h Updated Trump Narrows Fed Leader Search to Five Candidates
President Donald Trump said he soon will choose a Federal Reserve chairman, having narrowed his search to five finalists.
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Flybe shares plunge on profit alert12h Flybe shares plunge on profit alert
Shares in regional carrier Flybe have plunged by as much as 19% after a profit warning saw it become the latest airline to hit turbulence.
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 McLaren F1 preserved for 20 years could be worth £12m 12h Updated McLaren F1 preserved for 20 years could be worth £12m
How box fresh is this McLaren F1? It still has the full protective covers over the interior of the car that were put on when it left the Woking factory 20 years ago. Since then it has never been driven.
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Energy firms warned to drop worst-value tariffs or face action13h Updated Energy firms warned to drop worst-value tariffs or face action
Ofgem says besides price caps it can force companies to offer cheaper deals to customers on standard variable rates Big energy companies face a regulatory crackdown after the industry watchdog threatened to impose targets forcing suppliers to shift millions of customers off the market’s worst-value tariffs. Dermot Nolan, the Ofgem chief executive, said companies had failed to act quickly enough and should move faster to take customers off the standard variable tariffs which about two-thirds of households are on.
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Rio Tinto charged with fraud by US authorities13h Updated Rio Tinto charged with fraud by US authorities
The mining giant also paid £27m to UK regulators for breaching rules when buying African coal assets.
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Rio Tinto fined record £27m by City watchdog13h Rio Tinto fined record £27m by City watchdog
FTSE 100 mining giant Rio Tinto has been fined a record £27m by the City watchdog over "inaccurate and misleading" financial statements after an African coal investment turned sour.
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Qudian could be biggest Chinese IPO in US this year14h Qudian could be biggest Chinese IPO in US this year
Alipay-backed Qudian gives small, short-term loans, and primarily targets millennials.
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Endsleigh made me pay after a car near to mine burst into flames14h Endsleigh made me pay after a car near to mine burst into flames
The insurer made me pay an excess, increased my premium and cancelled my no-claims bonus
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Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions16h Updated Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
A block-through walk-up, which has been the backdrop for several movies including Spike Lee’s “Crooklyn,” was among recent transactions in New York.
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Airbus Secures Canadian Wingman in Dogfight With Boeing16h Updated Airbus Secures Canadian Wingman in Dogfight With Boeing
Airbus and Boeing typically slug it out at air shows and on factory floors, but the rivalry took a different turn with the European group’s deal to take a majority stake in Bombardier’s CSeries jet project.
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Trump Administration Drops Tighter Rules on Meatpackers16h Updated Trump Administration Drops Tighter Rules on Meatpackers
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has dropped efforts to tighten regulations governing how meat companies’ deal with the farmers who raise the nation’s poultry and livestock.
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SoftBank Venture Seeks 8,000 Cellular Sites Across U.S.16h Updated SoftBank Venture Seeks 8,000 Cellular Sites Across U.S.
Japanese telecom giant SoftBank Group plans to form a joint venture with Australia’s Lendlease Group to build or manage about 8,000 cellular sites across the U.S., challenging tower operators that dominate the industry.
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North Korean Cybercriminals Implicated in Taiwan Bank Theft18h North Korean Cybercriminals Implicated in Taiwan Bank Theft
A North Korea-linked cybercrime ring suspected of raiding Bangladesh’s central bank last year was likely responsible for the recent theft of $60 million from a Taiwanese bank, cybersecurity researchers say.
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Nafta Negotiators Extend Talks, Delaying Its Potential Demise18h Updated Nafta Negotiators Extend Talks, Delaying Its Potential Demise
The extension of the trade talks leaves a narrow and challenging path to rewriting the pact.
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George Soros Transfers Billions to Open Society Foundations18h Updated George Soros Transfers Billions to Open Society Foundations
Mr. Soros has moved about $18 billion to Open Society, the charity he founded which promotes human rights around the world. He plans to give still more.
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 Disorderly Brexit risks crippling UK economy OECD warns 19h Updated Disorderly Brexit risks crippling UK economy OECD warns
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) warned that leaving the bloc without a deal is a threat to the economy.
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Web of Australian Adani solar companies leads to offshore tax havens19h Web of Australian Adani solar companies leads to offshore tax havens
Three companies are ultimately owned in the Cayman and British Virgin islands, raising questions about the tax implications of profits generated by solar assets Adani has spread its use of offshore tax havens to its Australian solar projects, providing another avenue that could allow the wealthy Indian family behind the transnational to legally minimise tax paid on income from local operations. Six companies linked to Adani’s renewables business, which chairman Gautam Adani wants to make the biggest in Australia by 2022, were registered with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission on 3 August.
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Lawsuit Claims Three U.S. Companies Funded Terror in Iraq19h Lawsuit Claims Three U.S. Companies Funded Terror in Iraq
The lawsuit, filed in federal court in Washington, cited as evidence contracts between the companies and the Iraqi government, leaked diplomatic cables, and the testimony of informants.
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Arthur Cinader, Who Started J. Crew, Avatar of Preppy Style, Dies at 9019h Updated Arthur Cinader, Who Started J. Crew, Avatar of Preppy Style, Dies at 90
Mr. Cinader created a retail success story by catering to affluent consumers eager to signal a certain Ivy League pedigree in what they wear.
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Toughest lessons20h Toughest lessons
A student who faced torture and imprisonment in Syria's civil war is starting her life again at a university in Canada
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 Yorkshire BS to slash rates of 66,000 customers by 60% 20h Yorkshire BS to slash rates of 66,000 customers by 60%
Members who have saved for years into Regular Saver 1 earn 3.55 per cent on their monthly payments. From December 14, the rate tumbles to 1.5 per cent.
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Wine on the edge20h Wine on the edge
How Canadian winemaker Norman Hardie is able to make award-winning wines, despite winter temperatures so cold it can kill his vines.
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Putting Canadian wine on the map20h Putting Canadian wine on the map
How the wines of Canadian winemaker Norman Hardie are winning a growing number of fans around the world.
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 DAN HYDE: Automated harassment 20h DAN HYDE: Automated harassment
It really shouldn't be so terrifyingly easy for firms such as British Gas or TalkTalk to set debt collectors on their customers.
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 Pop star Paul Hardcastle wins £3k from Santander 20h Pop star Paul Hardcastle wins £3k from Santander
The 80's star complained to Santander last December after £2,907 vanished from an account opened in 1991. The bank provided no evidence the cash had been withdrawn by him or his son.
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 CITY DIARY: Whisky for FCA boss at Mansion House speech 20h CITY DIARY: Whisky for FCA boss at Mansion House speech
Financial Conduct Authority boss Andrew Bailey recently soldiered through a speech at Mansion House with a bad throat, after organisers poured him a large whisky.
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 DAILY BRIEFING: Wood hired to design gas terminal 20h DAILY BRIEFING: Wood hired to design gas terminal
The facility will be designed to produce up to 4.2m tonnes per year of liquefied gas and store 300,000 cubic metres, which is enough to fill 120 Olympic-sized swimming pools.
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 ALEX BRUMMER: Takeover test comes too late 20h ALEX BRUMMER: Takeover test comes too late
Finally, the Government has come round to the idea that something should be done about foreign takeovers and the damage caused to Britain’s economic and national security.
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 Taken over tech firms could be made to hand back subsidies 20h Taken over tech firms could be made to hand back subsidies
Proposals have been drawn up to hand ministers the power to block mergers involving firms that make quantum computers, microchips, and other items with potential military uses.
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 Four Seasons care homes proposes debt for equity swap 20h Four Seasons care homes proposes debt for equity swap
Four Seasons, owned by City financier Guy Hands's private equity vehicle Terra Firma, is struggling under £525m of debt and facing interest payments of more than £50m a year.
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Google Serves Fake News Ads in an Unlikely Place: Fact-Checking Sites20h Updated Google Serves Fake News Ads in an Unlikely Place: Fact-Checking Sites
Google placed ads linking to blatantly bogus stories on Snopes and PolitiFact, sites created precisely to dispel such falsehoods.
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 Theme park operator Merlin to open a Peppa Pig hotel 20h Theme park operator Merlin to open a Peppa Pig hotel
Shares in Merlin Entertainments slumped by 16 per cent despite revealing plans for a Bear Grylls Adventure attraction and netting a deal to create Peppa Pig themed hotels worldwide.
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Amazon and eBay warned by MPs about VAT fraudsters20h Amazon and eBay warned by MPs about VAT fraudsters
The websites are accused by MPs of profiting from sellers who do not charge the tax on UK sales.
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 MARKET REPORT: Pearson investors enjoy a rise in profits 20h MARKET REPORT: Pearson investors enjoy a rise in profits
The education publishing specialist raised its profit forecast for the year after reporting revenue was at the upper end of guidance in the first nine months.
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Health risks20h Health risks
Health risks and job losses are among the harms many in China face in the push for economic change.
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 Sainsbury’s to axe 2,000 jobs to save £500m 20h Sainsbury’s to axe 2,000 jobs to save £500m
The cuts will leave 1,400 payroll and HR clerks redundant and an additional 600 central and HR posts removed. Sainsbury's said that it would offer alternative roles wherever possible.
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 Double whammy for savers hit by double blow as prices soar 20h Double whammy for savers hit by double blow as prices soar
Inflation jumped to 3 per cent in September, its highest since April 2012. The rate you can earn on savings has edged up slightly, but by far less than the rise in the cost of living.
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Kobe Steel Scandal Is Now Subject of Justice Department Inquiry21h Updated Kobe Steel Scandal Is Now Subject of Justice Department Inquiry
The company’s American unit was asked to turn over documents relating to the sale of substandard metals. Boeing, Ford and General Motors are among its customers.
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Shell to open electric vehicle charging points at UK petrol stations21h Shell to open electric vehicle charging points at UK petrol stations
Oil firm’s first step into UK electric car sector allows drivers to rapid charge battery at handful of forecourts from this week Shell is opening a first wave of electric vehicle charging points at its UK petrol stations, in a sign of the far-reaching changes under way in the transport and oil sectors. Drivers will be able to recharge 80% of their battery in half an hour at forecourts in London, Surrey and Derby from this week, with a total of 10 service stations to be equipped with rapid chargers by the end of the year.
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Amazon, Apartment Landlords Strike Deals on Deliveries21h Updated Amazon, Apartment Landlords Strike Deals on Deliveries
Amazon is taking over the package rooms of some of the country’s largest apartment landlords, in a move that could help consolidate its control over how goods make it from the warehouse floor to the front door.
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The New Health Care: How a Healthy Economy Can Shorten Life Spans21h Updated The New Health Care: How a Healthy Economy Can Shorten Life Spans
In general, prosperity brings better health. But economic booms are also associated with air pollution, stress and car accidents.
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When Doing Good Ends Badly for CEOs21h When Doing Good Ends Badly for CEOs
A new study shows that socially responsible initiatives can be a double-edged sword for CEOs, helping to shield them from being ousted during more prosperous times but increasing the likelihood they would be fired in bad times.
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21h Markets Are Mixed, but Dow Briefly Touches 23,000 Record
As investors sized up the latest company earnings news, the Dow Jones industrial average briefly broke above 23,000 points.
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Roy Price Quits Amazon Studios After Sexual Harassment Claim22h Roy Price Quits Amazon Studios After Sexual Harassment Claim
Amazon’s original-programming division was already considering a change in strategy before the accusation against its top executive.
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Harvey Weinstein, Fired on Oct. 8, Resigns From Company’s Board22h Harvey Weinstein, Fired on Oct. 8, Resigns From Company’s Board
Mr. Weinstein submitted his resignation during a meeting with the company’s remaining board members, who had convened to affirm his earlier firing.
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Why Investors Can’t Get Enough of Tajikistan’s Debt22h Updated Why Investors Can’t Get Enough of Tajikistan’s Debt
Risky bonds issued by poorer countries are all the rage among investors. Some bankers worry the frenzy will end badly.
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Sézane Finds Success by Making Less22h Sézane Finds Success by Making Less
The secret of the success of the French label, now with a NoLIta shop, owes a little something to street wear brands and their sought-after “drops.”
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Ackman Cranks Up Pressure on ADP23h Updated Ackman Cranks Up Pressure on ADP
Activist investor William Ackman turned up the pressure on Automatic Data Processing Inc., saying the company has “missed the market” by focusing more on meeting revenue guidance than developing new technology.
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SoftBank Creates Venture to Build or Manage Cellular Sites in U.S.23h SoftBank Creates Venture to Build or Manage Cellular Sites in U.S.
Japanese telecom giant SoftBank Group plans to form a joint venture with Australia’s Lendlease Group to build or manage about 8,000 cellular sites across the U.S., challenging tower operators that dominate the industry.
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UnitedHealth Revenue Grows Despite ACA Exit23h Updated UnitedHealth Revenue Grows Despite ACA Exit
UnitedHealth’s shares gained after it said core insurance and health-services businesses grew in its latest quarter, despite a dent in revenue caused by the company’s decision to pull out of most Affordable Care Act markets.
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An Old Fracking Hot Spot Makes a Comeback23h Updated An Old Fracking Hot Spot Makes a Comeback
A giant natural-gas field in Louisiana that was one of the early centers of American shale drilling is roaring back to life, boosted by a building boom of petrochemical plants, fertilizer factories and gas-export terminals along the Gulf Coast.
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SoftBank Creates Venture to Buy 8,000 Cellular Sites Across U.S.23h Updated SoftBank Creates Venture to Buy 8,000 Cellular Sites Across U.S.
Japanese telecom giant SoftBank Group plans to form a joint venture with Australia’s Lendlease Group to buy about 8,000 cellular sites across the U.S., challenging tower operators that dominate the industry.
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Amazon boss resigns amid Weinstein claims23h Amazon boss resigns amid Weinstein claims
Amazon Studios head Roy Price has resigned amid claims he dismissed allegations Harvey Weinstein raped actress Rose McGowan.
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France Considers Fines for Catcalls as Women Speak Out on Harassment23h France Considers Fines for Catcalls as Women Speak Out on Harassment
A French social media campaign inspired by the scandal around the Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has put the spotlight on proposed new laws.
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Dow Jones index eases back from 23,000 milestone23h Dow Jones index eases back from 23,000 milestone
The benchmark US share index hit the new milestone before finishing just below 23,000 points.
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Investor Behind Weinstein Studio Bid Is a Friend to Many in Hollywood24h Updated Investor Behind Weinstein Studio Bid Is a Friend to Many in Hollywood
Thomas J. Barrack Jr., the wealthy private-equity investor who is in negotiations to buy the Weinstein Co., has spent most of his career trading real estate. But bailing out troubled celebrities has long been a favorite hobby.
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25h Updated Markets Are Mixed, but Dow Surpasses 23,000 for First Time
As investors sized up the latest company earnings news, the Dow Jones industrial average briefly broke above 23,000 points.
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25h Breakingviews: Goldman Sachs Had Good Earnings, but It Could Learn From Morgan Stanley
Goldman Sachs posted strong results, but its rival on Wall Street has earnings that look more repeatable.
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These Companies Will Pay You to Learn Your Job25h These Companies Will Pay You to Learn Your Job
A handful of companies are using so-called last-mile programs to train new hires for as long as a year before taking them on as full-time members of the team.
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Top of the rocks: world’s most expensive handbag goes on sale26h Top of the rocks: world’s most expensive handbag goes on sale
Bling-encrusted Mouawad 1001 Nights Diamond Purse, which took more than 8,800 hours to create, heads to auction A diamond-encrusted handbag billed as
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Economic Scene: Why the Trade Deficit Matters, and What Trump Can Do About It26h Updated Economic Scene: Why the Trade Deficit Matters, and What Trump Can Do About It
Economists may argue that trade deficits are ultimately irrelevant. But they have wounded American workers.
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USDA Drops Tighter Rules on Meatpackers26h USDA Drops Tighter Rules on Meatpackers
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has dropped efforts to tighten regulations governing how meat companies’ deal with the farmers who raise the nation’s poultry and livestock.
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Ofgem warns energy firms to drop worse value tariffs or face targets26h Ofgem warns energy firms to drop worse value tariffs or face targets
Watchdog says besides price caps it can also force companies to offer cheaper deals to customers on standard variable rates if they don’t act soon Big energy companies face a new regulatory crackdown after the industry watchdog threatened to impose targets forcing suppliers to shift millions of customers off the market’s worst value tariffs. Dermot Nolan, Ofgem chief executive, said companies had failed to act quickly enough and should move faster to take households off the standard variable tariffs which around two-thirds of households are on.
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Me Time: I Took It With a Grain of Salt26h Updated Me Time: I Took It With a Grain of Salt
You can hang out on a beach made of salt or lie naked in a pod. Either way, prepare to moisturize afterward.
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Ministers to meet bosses amid Brexit fears27h Ministers to meet bosses amid Brexit fears
Ministers will hold talks with City and business leaders on Wednesday amid mounting concerns about the absence of a Brexit transition deal.
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Uber Likely to Reach a Deal With SoftBank in One Week27h Updated Uber Likely to Reach a Deal With SoftBank in One Week
Uber is likely to reach a resolution within a week in talks with SoftBank over pricing for a complicated investment deal that could give the Japanese company a sizable stake, an Uber board member said.
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Sainsbury to cut up to 2,000 administration jobs27h Sainsbury to cut up to 2,000 administration jobs
The UK supermarket is cutting jobs in its human resources and central support departments.
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France Plans Fines for Catcalls as Women Speak Out on Harassment27h France Plans Fines for Catcalls as Women Speak Out on Harassment
A French social media campaign inspired by the scandal around the Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has put the spotlight on proposed new laws.
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 MARKETS CLOSE: BoE rate hike speculation dominates session 27h Updated MARKETS CLOSE: BoE rate hike speculation dominates session
The FTSE 100 closed down 10.80 points at 7,516.17 while the pound fell to €1.32 as expectations of a November rate rise were dampened by the Bank of England's Mark Carney.
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Harley-Davidson Profit Falls as Slide in Sales Continues27h Harley-Davidson Profit Falls as Slide in Sales Continues
Harley-Davidson on Tuesday reported a 40% drop in quarterly profit as global sales of its motorcycles continued to slide.
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U.K. Inflation Hits Five-Year High27h U.K. Inflation Hits Five-Year High
Consumer prices in the U.K. rose in September at the fastest annual rate for more than five years, a pickup that will reinforce expectations the Bank of England could nudge up interest rates as soon as November.
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 How to give away money and keep some control with a trust 27h Updated How to give away money and keep some control with a trust
Not just the preserve of the ultra wealthy, trusts are a useful, if rather obscure, way to help you keep control of more of your money while passing it on to your loved ones.
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In the Studio: Nike’s Chief of Design Doodles All Day27h Updated In the Studio: Nike’s Chief of Design Doodles All Day
John Hoke invited us into his office in Portland, Ore., where he talked about his dyslexia, his doodling and some weird shoes that inspire him.
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Time running out for Brexit transition deal, Bank of England warns27h Time running out for Brexit transition deal, Bank of England warns
Governor Mark Carney tells MPs without agreement banks will need to move staff and offices from UK from early next year The governor of the
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For Theresa May, the Brexit News Only Gets Worse27h For Theresa May, the Brexit News Only Gets Worse
Things have gotten so bad that European Union officials are considering offering positive tidbits, if only to help her fend off cabinet hard-liners.
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How do you solve a problem like debt? Your questions answered28h How do you solve a problem like debt? Your questions answered
We asked a debt expert your questions about debt.
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‘Sometimes you don’t feel human’ – how the gig economy chews up and spits out millennials28h ‘Sometimes you don’t feel human’ – how the gig economy chews up and spits out millennials
Young people aren’t just enthusiastic users of Uber, Deliveroo and TaskRabbit – they are often working for them. But while promising flexibility, these jobs are precarious and low-paid. Is this the new model for the working poor? Doug Robertson took an UberLux to his wedding. This is the ride-hailing app’s top-tier service – vehicles include Rolls-Royces, Mercedes and Bentley Flying Spurs. The driver made Robertson and his partner feel special, delivered them early and let the couple blast out Mama Cass on the stereo. Robertson, who is 28, is a big fan of Uber at a time when people’s views on the so-called “gig economy” are becoming more divided and entrenched. This has become evident in the reaction to Transport for London’s decision not to renew Uber’s licence due to the company
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Richard Branson reveals conmen targeted him twice28h Richard Branson reveals conmen targeted him twice
Virgin boss was asked by impersonator of defence secretary Michael Fallon to contribute $5m to rescue a kidnapped British diplomat Sir Richard Branson has revealed that he was the target of two elaborate confidence tricks – one involving someone posing as defence secretary Sir Michael Fallon in a phone call – that saw a “very successful” business associate swindled out of $2m (£1.5m).
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Bombardier raises hopes Airbus deal could save 1,000 jobs in Belfast28h Updated Bombardier raises hopes Airbus deal could save 1,000 jobs in Belfast
European group challenges US rival Boeing by taking stake in Canadian group’s C-Series programme to help it avoid tariffs
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 Inflation figure and Carney testimony dominate session 28h Updated Inflation figure and Carney testimony dominate session
Today’s latest CPI number for September could well see headline inflation edge higher from the move back to 2.9 per cent that we saw in August, and hit 3 per cent for the first time since April 2012.
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Dow Jones index passes 23,000 milestone28h Dow Jones index passes 23,000 milestone
The benchmark US share index hits a fresh record high, helped by a set of strong corporate earnings.
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Square Feet: Warehouse Conversions Aren’t Just for Cities Anymore. Or Just for Warehouses.28h Square Feet: Warehouse Conversions Aren’t Just for Cities Anymore. Or Just for Warehouses.
As the market for reusing abandoned sites expands, developers are becoming inventive, remaking a former prison in New York and an old textile mill in Connecticut.
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You’ve Heard of Tennessee Whiskey? Meet New York State Rye28h Updated You’ve Heard of Tennessee Whiskey? Meet New York State Rye
Several craft distillers have banded together to create Empire Rye, an appellation they hope will help them break from the pack of new craft whiskeys.
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Impax Laboratories and Amneal Pharmaceuticals Agree to Merge28h Impax Laboratories and Amneal Pharmaceuticals Agree to Merge
Impax Laboratories Inc. and Amneal Pharmaceuticals LLC have agreed to a merger that would create the nation’s fifth-largest generic-drug company by revenue.
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Goldman Sachs results beat forecasts despite bond trading hit28h Goldman Sachs results beat forecasts despite bond trading hit
Third quarter profits at the US banking giant fall, but its results were not as bad as expected.
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In Czech Election, a New Threat to European Unity28h In Czech Election, a New Threat to European Unity
With a populist media tycoon likely to become prime minister, the results may determine if an East-West fissure in the European Union becomes a chasm.
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Volvo Unveils a Direct Challenge to Tesla29h Volvo Unveils a Direct Challenge to Tesla
In a direct challenge to Tesla, Volvo Cars unveiled its first high-performance electric-car model in Shanghai on Tuesday, doubling down on its commitment to make only electric or hybrid vehicles starting in 2019.
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29h Wall St Flat as Losses in Financials Offset Healthcare Gains
Wall Street opened flat on Tuesday as gains in healthcare stocks were largely offset by losses in financials, with an earnings beat from Goldman Sachs failing to cheer investors.
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U.S. Industrial Production Rose Modestly in September30h U.S. Industrial Production Rose Modestly in September
U.S. industrial output picked up modestly in September, a sign a key sector of the economy is weathering the hurricane-related disruption that hit the prior month.
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 Government minister hails Airbus and Bombardier tie-up 30h Government minister hails Airbus and Bombardier tie-up
Airbus has acquired a majority stake in Bombardier's C Series aircraft programme, just two weeks after after the US government proposed a 300 per cent duty on exports of the planes.
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The Free Meal, Long Gone, Returns on Some Airlines30h Updated The Free Meal, Long Gone, Returns on Some Airlines
Complimentary food, along with Wi-Fi and free entertainment, is an indication of the airlines’ emergence from hard economic times.
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 Mid Wynd International Investment Trust bets on robots 30h Mid Wynd International Investment Trust bets on robots
The trust has been selling down its holding in online giant Amazon to invest in what, from the UK, might seem to be obscure Japanese manufacturers of factory automation equipment.
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The boldest Brexit forecast since the EU vote30h The boldest Brexit forecast since the EU vote
The sky did not fall in in the months after the EU referendum.
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#MeToo Floods Social Media With Stories of Harassment and Assault30h Updated #MeToo Floods Social Media With Stories of Harassment and Assault
Many women, as well as men, are using the hashtag to show the prevalence of sexual misconduct in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein accusations.
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Legoland owner warns of terrorism impact to its profits30h Legoland owner warns of terrorism impact to its profits
Shares of Merlin Entertainment tumble 20% after the firm forecasts flat growth for this year.
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FCA agrees to RBS report scrutiny30h FCA agrees to RBS report scrutiny
A committee of MPs had threatened to force publication of the report if the FCA did not agree.
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U.S. Industrial Production Rose in September30h U.S. Industrial Production Rose in September
U.S. industrial output picked up in September, a sign a key sector of the economy is weathering the hurricane-related disruption that hit the prior month.
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Trump to Meet With Yellen to Discuss Fed Chief Renomination30h Updated Trump to Meet With Yellen to Discuss Fed Chief Renomination
President Donald Trump plans to meet Thursday with Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen to discuss the possibility of nominating her for a second term as central-bank chief, according to a person familiar with the matter.
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Bombardier to partner Airbus on C-Series jets31h Updated Bombardier to partner Airbus on C-Series jets
The European aerospace firm is to take a majority stake in Bombardier's C-Series jet project.
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 How do I avoid inheritance tax legally? 31h Updated How do I avoid inheritance tax legally?
There are many legal ways to dodge the dreaded 40 per cent 'death tax' if you want to pass on the maximum sum possible and are prepared to plan ahead.
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Google’s Pixel 2 Smartphone Is a Powerful Extravagance31h Google’s Pixel 2 Smartphone Is a Powerful Extravagance
Google’s new Pixel 2 phone is clearly impressive, according to our reviewer. But whether that makes the device worth buying is another matter.
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Huffington and Katzenberg Say Weinstein Behavior Is Systemic31h Updated Huffington and Katzenberg Say Weinstein Behavior Is Systemic
Harvey Weinstein’s pattern of alleged sexual-harassment is emblematic of a systemic problem in Hollywood and Silicon Valley of tolerating the behavior of top performers, executives Jeffrey Katzenberg and Arianna Huffington said Monday.
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P&G Says Nelson Peltz Lost Bid for Board Seat by About 0.2% of Share Count31h Updated P&G Says Nelson Peltz Lost Bid for Board Seat by About 0.2% of Share Count
Procter & Gamble said it beat Nelson Peltz by 6.15 million votes, only about 0.2% of its shares outstanding, a slim difference that is now headed to a weekslong recount to determine the final outcome of the most-expensive proxy fight in history.
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U.S. Justice Department Gets Involved in Kobe Steel Metal Scandal31h Updated U.S. Justice Department Gets Involved in Kobe Steel Metal Scandal
Kobe Steel said it received a request from the Justice Department to hand over information related to substandard products sold to customers in the U.S., raising the specter of legal action.
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GM to Test Fleet of Self-Driving Cars in New York31h Updated GM to Test Fleet of Self-Driving Cars in New York
GM plans to become the first company to test self-driving cars in New York City, a a move aimed at asserting leadership in the race to develop autonomous cars and a potentially important step toward commercializing the technology.
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Airbus to the rescue - but how will US react?31h Airbus to the rescue - but how will US react?
The 11th-hour rescue of Bombardier's C Series project by Airbus - and, make no mistake, a rescue is precisely what it is - raises almost as many questions as it solves.
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 Pearson shares jump as US sales decline stabilises 31h Pearson shares jump as US sales decline stabilises
The company now expects adjusted operating profit for this year to come in between £576million and £606million, up from previous expectations of £546-606million.
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FTSE 100 climbs as sterling loses ground32h FTSE 100 climbs as sterling loses ground
The pound drops as the Bank of England's new deputy governor says he is not close to backing a rate rise.
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