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Judge Dismisses Part of Ashley Judd’s Lawsuit Against Harvey Weinstein 9 Jan 10:42pm Judge Dismisses Part of Ashley Judd’s Lawsuit Against Harvey Weinstein
While a federal judge ruled that the actress’s claims of sexual harassment do not fall within the scope of a state statute, he allowed claims of defamation and unfair business practices to proceed.
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Fiat Chrysler Is Expected to Pay Nearly $650 Million in Emissions Case 9 Jan 10:25pm Updated Fiat Chrysler Is Expected to Pay Nearly $650 Million in Emissions Case
The company will pay compensation to car owners and civil penalties to federal and state agencies to settle lawsuits over its use of illegal software, people briefed on the case said.
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Talks to End U.S.-China Trade War Now Shift to Make-or-Break Rounds 9 Jan 8:23pm Talks to End U.S.-China Trade War Now Shift to Make-or-Break Rounds
The two sides made progress in identifying the issues between them, setting the stage for potential talks with top leaders from both countries.
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9 Jan 7:57pm Judge Cites ‘Serious’ Accusations Against McKinsey in Reopening Bankruptcy Case
The unusual decision to reopen the case of Alpha Natural Resources to consider possible fraud adds a Virginia judge to the list of officials scrutinizing the powerful consulting company.
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John Lasseter, Ousted From Pixar in #MeToo Wave, Finds New Hollywood Home 9 Jan 7:39pm John Lasseter, Ousted From Pixar in #MeToo Wave, Finds New Hollywood Home
Mr. Lasseter, who resigned from Disney in June after complaints about unwanted touching, will build Skydance Animation. One women’s advocacy group, Time’s Up, blasted the move.
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John Lasseter, Ousted Pixar Co-Founder, Will Join Skydance Media 9 Jan 7:04pm Updated John Lasseter, Ousted Pixar Co-Founder, Will Join Skydance Media
Mr. Lasseter, who resigned from Disney in June after complaints about unwanted touching, will build Skydance Animation. One women’s advocacy group, Time’s Up, blasted the move.
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9 Jan 5:46pm Wall Street Extends Rally as Chipmakers Rebound
Wall Street rallied for a fourth session on Wednesday, propelled by Apple, chipmakers and other trade-sensitive stocks after signs of progress in trade talks between the United States and China.
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Fed Ready to Pause on Interest Rate Increases 9 Jan 5:33pm Fed Ready to Pause on Interest Rate Increases
Fed minutes and comments by officials signal that the central bank will not raise rates at its next meeting, in January, and is unlikely to do so at the following meeting, in March.
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Tech Fix: CES 2019: It’s the Year of Virtual Assistants and 5G 9 Jan 5:18pm Updated Tech Fix: CES 2019: It’s the Year of Virtual Assistants and 5G
A visual tour of the world’s most important tech conference offers a window into the year’s trends, including next-generation wireless networks and the invasion of A.I.
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A Shut Down Government Actually Costs More Than an Open One 9 Jan 5:11pm Updated A Shut Down Government Actually Costs More Than an Open One
Sending workers home, not collecting fees and not paying bills on time all come with a cost, which escalates every day President Trump and Congress fail to reach a deal to reopen federal agencies.
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9 Jan 4:43pm Updated Wall Street Closes Higher With Help From Technology Stocks
Wall Street rallied for a fourth session on Wednesday, propelled by Apple, chipmakers and other trade-sensitive stocks after signs of progress in trade talks between the United States and China.
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9 Jan 3:48pm Updated Wall Street Extends Rally, Elevated by Apple and Chipmakers
Wall Street rallied for a fourth session on Wednesday, led by Apple, chipmakers and other trade-sensitive stocks, after signs of progress in trade talks between the United States and China.
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South Korea Runs an Economic Experiment With Global Relevance 9 Jan 2:19pm South Korea Runs an Economic Experiment With Global Relevance
In contrast to President Trump, President Moon Jae-in of South Korea has embraced a pro-labor program of higher wages and taxes. The early results have been discouraging.
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U.S.-China Trade Talks End. Now High-Level Talks Can Begin. 9 Jan 2:07pm Updated U.S.-China Trade Talks End. Now High-Level Talks Can Begin.
The two sides made progress in identifying the issues between them, setting the stage for potential talks with top leaders from both countries.
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Peter Meldrum, Who Lost a Fight to Patent Genes, Dies at 71 9 Jan 1:29pm Peter Meldrum, Who Lost a Fight to Patent Genes, Dies at 71
He led Myriad Genetics, whose patents on the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes, associated with breast cancer, were invalidated by the Supreme Court.
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9 Jan 12:52pm Updated Wall Street Aims for Fourth Day of Gains on Trade Hopes
U.S. stocks rose modestly on Wednesday, angling for a fourth day of gains led by technology and other trade-sensitive sectors following signs of progress in trade talks between the United States and China.
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DealBook Briefing: Feeling the Bite of the Government Shutdown 9 Jan 7:11am DealBook Briefing: Feeling the Bite of the Government Shutdown
As the president escalates the fight over a border wall, the government remains partially closed, and the effects are rippling across the economy.
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Carlos Ghosn, Emerging in Public, Lays Out His Defense 9 Jan 12:47am Updated Carlos Ghosn, Emerging in Public, Lays Out His Defense
The embattled former Nissan chief, who could remain in a Tokyo jail for months, says his actions were approved by other executives and directors.
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