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U.S. Opens Probe Into Alleged Chinese Mattress Dumping 12 Oct 9:17pm Updated U.S. Opens Probe Into Alleged Chinese Mattress Dumping
The Commerce Department has opened an investigation into whether mattresses imported from China are being sold below fair value.
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One of the Least Immigrant-Friendly Nations Now Wants Them Long Term 12 Oct 7:13pm One of the Least Immigrant-Friendly Nations Now Wants Them Long Term
Japan plans to allow blue-collar immigrant workers with certain skills to work in the country without a time limit, a break with longstanding practice.
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One of the Least Immigrant-Friendly Nations Now Wants Them Long-Term 12 Oct 7:07pm Updated One of the Least Immigrant-Friendly Nations Now Wants Them Long-Term
Japan plans to allow blue-collar immigrant workers with certain skills to work in the country without a time limit, a break with longstanding practice.
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Facebook Says Fewer Affected by Hack Than First Thought 12 Oct 4:42pm Updated Facebook Says Fewer Affected by Hack Than First Thought
Facebook said fewer users than it initially thought were impacted by hackers in the largest-ever security breach at the social-media giant two weeks ago—and the company detailed for the first time the depth of personal information that was accessed.
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GE Delays Release of Quarterly Results Until Oct. 30 12 Oct 3:56pm Updated GE Delays Release of Quarterly Results Until Oct. 30
General Electric delayed the release of it quarterly results by a week, saying its new CEO needed more time to complete his review of the embattled conglomerate.
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Judge Strips Deciem Founder of CEO Title and Board Seat 12 Oct 3:48pm Updated Judge Strips Deciem Founder of CEO Title and Board Seat
A Canadian judge sided with cosmetics giant Estée Lauder Cos. in its legal fight against the founder of the Deciem skin-care brand, ordering him stripped of his CEO title and seat on the board.
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Sears Exit Would Leave Big Holes in Malls. Some Landlords Welcome That. 12 Oct 3:38pm Updated Sears Exit Would Leave Big Holes in Malls. Some Landlords Welcome That.
Profitable shopping centers see chance to lure higher-paying tenants even as malls in the heartland, already struggling with competition from online sales, fear the loss of foot traffic.
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U.S. Consumer Sentiment Cooled Slightly in Early October 12 Oct 2:10pm Updated U.S. Consumer Sentiment Cooled Slightly in Early October
A measure of economic confidence among American households edged down in early October but remained at a high level.
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Can Cable Rescue T-Mobile, Sprint Deal? 12 Oct 12:43pm Updated Can Cable Rescue T-Mobile, Sprint Deal?
To persuade regulators to approve their $26-billion deal, the two telecom giants are attempting to redefine the wireless market to show there are actually more than four competitors today—making their merger less troublesome.
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LaCroix Billionaire Settles Suit; Pilot Withdraws Claims of Improper Touching 12 Oct 12:34pm Updated LaCroix Billionaire Settles Suit; Pilot Withdraws Claims of Improper Touching
A former co-pilot who accused Nick A. Caporella, the billionaire behind LaCroix sparkling water, of improper touching has withdrawn his claims as part of a settlement.
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Sneaker Startup Allbirds Laces Up $1.4 Billion Valuation 12 Oct 12:09pm Updated Sneaker Startup Allbirds Laces Up $1.4 Billion Valuation
Trendy Silicon Valley shoe startup Allbirds is now valued at $1.4 billion after raising new cash from investors including T. Rowe Price Investment Management, Fidelity Management and Tiger Global.
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Economists Increasingly Confident of Fed Rate Hikes 12 Oct 11:43am Updated Economists Increasingly Confident of Fed Rate Hikes
Private economists have continued to raise their projections for interest rates through next year, showing greater agreement with the Federal Reserve’s expectations, according to The Wall Street Journal’s latest survey.
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12 Oct 11:32am U.S. Import Prices Rose in September
Prices for foreign-made goods imported to the U.S. rose in September, driven by a stark rise in prices for imported fuel. Import prices grew 0.5% from the previous month. Economists surveyed expected a 0.3% gain in September. Data on import prices aren’t adjusted for seasonality.
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Guardian, Ad-Tech Firm Settle Dispute 12 Oct 8:43am Guardian, Ad-Tech Firm Settle Dispute
In an SEC filing, The Rubicon Project said the companies agreed to resolve a dispute over alleged hidden fees.
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