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Your Money Adviser: Year of Free Credit Report Monitoring Is Ending. Here’s What to Do Now. 11 Jan 11:56pm Updated Your Money Adviser: Year of Free Credit Report Monitoring Is Ending. Here’s What to Do Now.
The free service started after Equifax’s huge breach in 2017. Consumer advocates suggest placing a security freeze — not a lock — on credit files.
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Carlos Ghosn Faces New Charges in Japan as Pressure Mounts 11 Jan 11:53pm Updated Carlos Ghosn Faces New Charges in Japan as Pressure Mounts
Prosecutors made fresh accusations on Friday against the former Nissan chairman, setting up a legal battle that could keep him in custody for months.
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What if Cities Are No Longer the Land of Opportunity for Low-Skilled Workers? 11 Jan 11:47pm Updated What if Cities Are No Longer the Land of Opportunity for Low-Skilled Workers?
Dense cities like New York have long promised higher wages, but now that is primarily true for workers with more education, a new analysis finds.
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11 Jan 9:29pm News analysis: It’s Official: The Trump Tax Cuts Didn’t Pay for Themselves in Year One
Federal tax revenues declined in 2018 while economic growth accelerated, undercutting the Trump administration’s insistence that the $1.5 trillion tax package would pay for itself.
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After a Market Swoon, Investors Are Seeking Safety 11 Jan 4:40pm After a Market Swoon, Investors Are Seeking Safety
Recession fears have emerged despite strong job growth, making some investors wary of stocks and looking for havens in a turbulent start to 2019.
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11 Jan 2:33pm Poland Arrests 2, Including Huawei Employee, Accused of Spying for Chinat
A Polish citizen who works for the French telecommunications company Orange was also charged, officials said.
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Federal Shutdown’s Uneven Toll: Some Americans Devastated, Others Oblivious 11 Jan 1:32pm Federal Shutdown’s Uneven Toll: Some Americans Devastated, Others Oblivious
As the shutdown approached record length, it was being felt by Americans in widely varying ways. For some, it is invisible; for others, it’s inescapable.
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11 Jan 12:04pm Updated Huawei Employee Is Charged by Poland With Spying for Chinese Government
A Polish citizen who works for the French telecommunications company Orange was also charged, officials said.
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The Pour: The Supreme Court May Change the Way You Buy Wine 11 Jan 11:31am The Pour: The Supreme Court May Change the Way You Buy Wine
The justices will hear oral arguments in a contentious case involving whether consumers can order from out-of-state wine shops.
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Fiat Chrysler’s Diesel Effort Produces a Costly Settlement 11 Jan 11:24am Fiat Chrysler’s Diesel Effort Produces a Costly Settlement
The accord reached in lawsuits over false emissions readings could cost nearly $800 million, including penalties, fixes, warranties and compensation.
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In her words: R. Kelly: Why So Many Dismissed the Warning Signs 11 Jan 11:00am In her words: R. Kelly: Why So Many Dismissed the Warning Signs
The R&B star has enjoyed fame despite decades of claims that he’s abused teenage girls. Why?
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In her words: R. Kelly: Why So Many Overlooked the Warning Signs 11 Jan 10:20am In her words: R. Kelly: Why So Many Overlooked the Warning Signs
The R&B star has enjoyed fame despite decades of claims that he’s abused teenage girls. Why?
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Female Ranchers Are Reclaiming the American West 11 Jan 10:18am Female Ranchers Are Reclaiming the American West
As men leave animal agriculture for less gritty work, more ranches are being led by women — with new ideas about technology, ecology and the land.
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Health Care May Not Cure What Ails Portfolios This Time 11 Jan 10:00am Health Care May Not Cure What Ails Portfolios This Time
Despite past outperformance in down markets, investments in the health care industry have looked vulnerable amid uncertainty about American insurance.
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Bits: The Week in Tech: It’s Not Easy Being a Unicorn 11 Jan 9:43am Bits: The Week in Tech: It’s Not Easy Being a Unicorn
Stock market fluctuations are making some hearts in Silicon Valley flutter as they prepare their companies for initial public offerings.
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11 Jan 9:20am Updated A Real-World Battle Over Dancing Avatars: Did Fortnite Steal the Floss?
Three performers are suing the makers of the video game Fortnite, saying it is selling their dance moves without their permission. Can they win?
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E.T.F.s Try to Lure Investors Into Ever Narrower Niches 11 Jan 8:45am E.T.F.s Try to Lure Investors Into Ever Narrower Niches
By carving the stock market into specialized slices, these funds may tempt shareholders to take imprudent risks in the quest for the next big thing.
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Some Funds Win When Others Lose. But When the Others Win … 11 Jan 8:00am Some Funds Win When Others Lose. But When the Others Win …
Funds that move against the market offer a way to hedge but can quickly cause major damage in a portfolio.
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DealBook Briefing: Growing Unease Over Government Shutdown 11 Jan 7:16am DealBook Briefing: Growing Unease Over Government Shutdown
President Trump headed to the border while the White House and Congress worked on solutions to reopen the government.
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11 Jan 7:00am Essay: I’ll Do Evil and I’ll Get Rich. You Can Have a Share.
Social media companies have made a big mistake, our columnist says. They have apologized for what they say are errors. He will proudly do bad things.
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Work Friend: It’s Time for Millennials and Gen X to Join Hands to Save the Young 11 Jan 6:00am Work Friend: It’s Time for Millennials and Gen X to Join Hands to Save the Young
Gen Z just wants to make the boss happy. We must help them.
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Real Estate Funds Have Been a Balm in a Stinging Market 11 Jan 6:00am Real Estate Funds Have Been a Balm in a Stinging Market
They bet on properties as diverse as office buildings, warehouses, data centers and timberlands. And they’ve been outperforming the stock market.
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The Shift: Juul’s Convenient Smoke Screen 11 Jan 5:00am The Shift: Juul’s Convenient Smoke Screen
After making billions of dollars and joining forces with Big Tobacco, Juul is trying to reinvent itself as a public-health crusader.
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More Start-Ups Have an Unfamiliar Message for Venture Capitalists: Get Lost 11 Jan 5:00am More Start-Ups Have an Unfamiliar Message for Venture Capitalists: Get Lost
Frustrated with the perverse incentives of fast growth, founders are criticizing the investment model that built the tech industry as we know it.
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Britain Dispatch: This Quirky Car Is Japanese. But There’s ‘Something Very British’ About It. 11 Jan 3:00am Britain Dispatch: This Quirky Car Is Japanese. But There’s ‘Something Very British’ About It.
The tiny Nissan Figaro, which can be spotted in Britain in the thousands, is an oddball little convertible with an ardent following and a back story that is even odder.
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Vintage Cars With Electric-Heart Transplants 11 Jan 12:41am Vintage Cars With Electric-Heart Transplants
Aston Martin and Jaguar are retrofitting classic vehicles. “We’d hate for them all to just wind up gathering dust in museums,” an Aston executive said.
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Netherlands May Have Given Nike Illegal Tax Breaks, E.U. Says 11 Jan 12:37am Updated Netherlands May Have Given Nike Illegal Tax Breaks, E.U. Says
The European Commission is investigating whether the Dutch government illegally allowed the American sportswear maker to camouflage profits and save billions in taxes.
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