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Bezos Divorce Clouds His Stake in Amazon 9 Jan 11:41pm Bezos Divorce Clouds His Stake in Amazon
Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos and his wife, MacKenzie, are divorcing after 25 years of marriage, during which Mr. Bezos amassed a personal fortune while building the world’s most valuable company.
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U.S. and China Make Progress on Trade, but Major Hurdles Remain 9 Jan 10:08pm U.S. and China Make Progress on Trade, but Major Hurdles Remain
The U.S. and China wrapped up their first face-to-face trade negotiations since a temporary tariff truce was declared last month, making progress toward an agreement but leaving the thorniest issues to be resolved in higher-level talks.
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Beware the 5G Hype: Wireless Rivals Fuel Confusion 9 Jan 9:45pm Beware the 5G Hype: Wireless Rivals Fuel Confusion
U.S. telecom companies have started slapping the 5G label on a smorgasbord of technologies, sowing confusion as they lay the infrastructure for full-fledged mobile 5G wireless service.
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U.S. Government Shutdown Paralyzes IPOs, Imperiling Expectations for 2019 9 Jan 6:52pm U.S. Government Shutdown Paralyzes IPOs, Imperiling Expectations for 2019
The government shutdown is threatening to spoil what was poised to be a banner year for IPOs.
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Fed Is Unlikely to Raise Rates in Next Months 9 Jan 6:21pm Fed Is Unlikely to Raise Rates in Next Months
Federal Reserve officials signaled they are unlikely to raise interest rates for at least a few months while they assess the impact of recent market volatility on the U.S. economy.
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Utilities Speed Up Closure of Coal-Fired Power Plants 9 Jan 5:55pm Utilities Speed Up Closure of Coal-Fired Power Plants
The companies are accelerating the closure of coal plants, as wind and solar power become more economical alternatives and natural gas continues to be a cheap fuel for electricity.
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Health-Care CEOs Outline Strategies 9 Jan 5:33pm Health-Care CEOs Outline Strategies
The chiefs of large pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies gathered in San Francisco this week at a health care conference sponsored by J.P. Morgan.
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Infrastructure Projects May Start Feeling the Bite of Government Shutdown 9 Jan 5:23pm Infrastructure Projects May Start Feeling the Bite of Government Shutdown
State highway groups say the partial federal government shutdown could delay the start of new highway, bridge and other infrastructure projects across the U.S. if the budget impasse in Washington goes on much longer.
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Most New Voting Members of Fed Back Rate Pause 9 Jan 5:02pm Most New Voting Members of Fed Back Rate Pause
Three of the four new voting members on the rate-setting Federal Open Market Committee signaled they are willing to take some time to gain greater clarity about the economic outlook before doing anything with monetary policy.
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Know Enough Not to Act Like a Know-It-All 9 Jan 4:14pm Know Enough Not to Act Like a Know-It-All
Ambitious executives often act like they know everything. In hindsight, some professed know-it-alls say they didn’t realize how little they knew about getting ahead.
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Airbus Order Rate Slackened in 2018 9 Jan 3:52pm Airbus Order Rate Slackened in 2018
Airbus booked fewer airliner orders in 2018 and trailed U.S. rival Boeing for the year, but the European plane maker remained upbeat about global demand for air travel.
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Constellation Lowers Outlook After Earnings Miss 9 Jan 2:54pm Constellation Lowers Outlook After Earnings Miss
Constellation Brands said profit fell in its fiscal third quarter and expects weaker earnings for its fiscal year, leading to a selloff in the company’s stock.
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Should You Fear the Yield Curve? 9 Jan 12:33pm Should You Fear the Yield Curve?
There’s a new horror show in the works: “Inversion of the Yield Curve,” in which a chilling, disembodied force seeps into the minds of the public, triggering panic in markets and hand-wringing on cable news.
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Business Lobby Gains Sway in Bid for U.S.-China Trade Peace 9 Jan 11:27am Business Lobby Gains Sway in Bid for U.S.-China Trade Peace
U.S. business groups, who were unheeded by President Trump as he began a tariff fight with China, are now starting to exert some influence as pressure increases on the White House to resolve the monthslong dispute.
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