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Netflix Paid Claire Foy, Queen on ‘The Crown,’ Less Than Her On-Screen Husband 13 Mar 9:15pm Updated Netflix Paid Claire Foy, Queen on ‘The Crown,’ Less Than Her On-Screen Husband
Producers acknowledged that Ms. Foy, who earned a Golden Globe and Emmy for her role as Queen Elizabeth II, was paid less than Matt Smith, who played Prince Philip.
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National Geographic Acknowledges Its Racist Past Coverage 13 Mar 7:34pm Updated National Geographic Acknowledges Its Racist Past Coverage
The 120-year-old magazine invited a history professor to critique its past coverage of race, and showed little defensiveness in accepting his findings.
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United Airlines Apologizes After Dog Dies in Overhead Compartment 13 Mar 6:41pm United Airlines Apologizes After Dog Dies in Overhead Compartment
A witness said a flight attendant told the pet owner to store her dog in the overhead compartment. The airline said it accepted full responsibility.
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13 Mar 6:05pm Updated Wall Street Slides on Tillerson Exit, Tariff Worries
Wall Street's major indexes fell on Tuesday as the dismissal of U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and the possibility of additional U.S. import tariffs against China dragged down stocks across sectors.
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Shane Smith Says Vice Leaders Are ‘Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde’ 13 Mar 5:52pm Updated Shane Smith Says Vice Leaders Are ‘Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde’
Nancy Dubuc, who stepped down as the C.E.O. of A&E Networks on Monday, was introduced as the chief executive of Vice Media, where she will team with Mr. Smith.
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Breakingviews: Qualcomm Could Find Itself in the Middle of Escalating Tensions With China 13 Mar 5:44pm Breakingviews: Qualcomm Could Find Itself in the Middle of Escalating Tensions With China
The United States government essentially declared Qualcomm a national champion, but a rise in anti-foreign sentiment may hurt the chip maker, too.
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13 Mar 4:09pm Wall Street Falls on Tillerson Exit, Tariff Worry
Wall Street's major indexes fell on Tuesday as the dismissal of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and the possibility of additional tariffs dragged down stocks across sectors.
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Most of America’s Fruit Is Now Imported. Is That a Bad Thing? 13 Mar 3:56pm Updated Most of America’s Fruit Is Now Imported. Is That a Bad Thing?
As the country imports ever more of its fruits and vegetables, it’s time to examine the positive and negative effects on consumers and farmers.
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Memo to Qualcomm: National Champions Have to Deliver: DealBook Briefing 13 Mar 3:11pm Updated Memo to Qualcomm: National Champions Have to Deliver: DealBook Briefing
Rather than let market forces decide what should happen in the chip industry, the Trump administration intervened in Broadcom-Qualcomm.
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Trump Condemns Chinese Factories. China Is Already Closing Some. 13 Mar 2:05pm Updated Trump Condemns Chinese Factories. China Is Already Closing Some.
Beijing is pushing companies to sell more higher-value products, making fights over raw steel and aluminum more about China’s past than the future.
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Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman Benefit From the Streaming Wars 13 Mar 1:54pm Updated Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman Benefit From the Streaming Wars
With two new deals, the two Oscar-winners are taking advantage of Hollywood’s hunger for binge-worthy limited series featuring strong women.
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The Next Goldman Chief Could Be a Banker Who Moonlights as a D.J. 13 Mar 1:46pm Updated The Next Goldman Chief Could Be a Banker Who Moonlights as a D.J.
The company said Harvey Schwartz would retire, clearing the way for David Solomon, his fellow president and co-chief operating officer, to take the top job.
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13 Mar 1:33pm Wall Street Slips as Technology Stocks Lag
Losses in technology stocks weighed on Wall Street's main indexes on Tuesday as investors booked profits following the recent strong run and uncertainty in Washington after another high-profile exit from the Trump administration.
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William Pulte, Pathbreaking Home Builder, Is Dead at 85 13 Mar 12:35pm Updated William Pulte, Pathbreaking Home Builder, Is Dead at 85
Mr. Pulte was part of a postwar generation of builders who turned a mom-and-pop industry into a giant one traded on the New York Stock Exchange.
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13 Mar 12:24pm Wall Street Edges Lower as Technology, Energy Stocks Drag
Losses in technology and energy stocks on Tuesday weakened Wall Street's strong opening gains following U.S. consumer price data that eased worries about rising inflation.
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Trump Blocks Broadcom’s Bid for Qualcomm 13 Mar 11:48am Updated Trump Blocks Broadcom’s Bid for Qualcomm
President Trump issued an order prohibiting Broadcom, a Singapore-based chip maker, from purchasing Qualcomm, citing a threat to the national security of the United States.
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Broadcom’s Bid for Qualcomm May Be Headed for Rejection, U.S. Panel Warns 13 Mar 11:19am Updated Broadcom’s Bid for Qualcomm May Be Headed for Rejection, U.S. Panel Warns
Cfius, a government panel reviewing Broadcom’s $117 hostile takeover bid for chip maker Qualcomm, said it may refer the deal to President Trump for rejection.
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How the Tax Overhaul Could Give M.&A. a Lift: DealBook Briefing 13 Mar 11:11am Updated How the Tax Overhaul Could Give M.&A. a Lift: DealBook Briefing
A new study of American companies found that 42 percent expect to use their savings to pursue deals, and most plan to speed up deal-making strategies.
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Square Feet: A Renewal for Phoenix’s Warehouse District: Polished but Gritty 13 Mar 10:24am Square Feet: A Renewal for Phoenix’s Warehouse District: Polished but Gritty
City officials are encouraging developers to salvage neglected structures and use them to woo tenants.
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DealBook: Larry Page’s Flying Taxis, Now Exiting Stealth Mode 13 Mar 9:46am Updated DealBook: Larry Page’s Flying Taxis, Now Exiting Stealth Mode
New Zealand has opened its skies to self-piloted electric planes financed by one of Google’s founders.
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How Trump Killed Broadcom’s Quest for Qualcomm: DealBook Briefing 13 Mar 6:53am How Trump Killed Broadcom’s Quest for Qualcomm: DealBook Briefing
With one order citing national security concerns, the president swiftly ended the monthslong campaign to strike the biggest-ever tech deal.
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DealBook Briefing: How Trump Killed Broadcom’s Quest for Qualcomm 13 Mar 6:30am DealBook Briefing: How Trump Killed Broadcom’s Quest for Qualcomm
With one order citing national security concerns, the president swiftly ended the monthslong campaign to strike the biggest-ever tech deal.
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Economic Scene: Trade Wars Can Be a Game of Chicken. Sometimes, Literally. 13 Mar 5:52am Updated Economic Scene: Trade Wars Can Be a Game of Chicken. Sometimes, Literally.
Poultry tariffs applied by Europe more than a half-century ago may account for the expensive, gas-thirsty pickups in American driveways today.
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Near Noisy Oil Fields, Lovesick Birds Change Their Tunes 13 Mar 5:00am Near Noisy Oil Fields, Lovesick Birds Change Their Tunes
“Hey, hey, sexy, hey, I’m Bob, a Savannah sparrow.” Birds near oil fields tweak their mating calls in complex ways that researchers are only starting to grasp.
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Your Money Adviser: Interest on Home Equity Loans Is Still Deductible, but With a Big Caveat 13 Mar 2:50am Updated Your Money Adviser: Interest on Home Equity Loans Is Still Deductible, but With a Big Caveat
The I.R.S. says that if the loan is used for home improvements, you can still claim the deduction. But if you’re paying off credit card debt, you can’t.
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