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  1. 3 hours ago

    The U.S. and China fear their leaders will cave in on trade battle -[Summarize this news]

  2. 3 hours ago

    In testimony before the House Oversight Committee—his only planned public hearing—Michael Cohen is expected to say why he broke with his former boss -[Summarize this news]

  3. 3 hours ago

    Nestlé, McDonald’s and other companies pull ads from YouTube after report on child-exploitation content -[Summarize this news]

  4. 3 hours ago

    Coast Guard lieutenant arrested in alleged domestic terror plot -[Summarize this news]

  5. 3 hours ago

    Massive fire in Bangladesh’s capital kills at least 69 people -[Summarize this news]

  6. 9 hours ago

    Ride-hailing company Lyft expected to make IPO filing public as early as next week -[Summarize this news]

  7. 10 hours ago

    ‘We’re trying to make a deal.’ President Trump says auto tariffs on the European Union remain an option if a trade deal can’t be reached -[Summarize this news]

  8. 11 hours ago

    How Deutsche Bank lost $1.6 billion on a busted bond bet known inside the bank as the “Berkshire trade.” -[Summarize this news]

  9. 11 hours ago

    With smartphone sales slumping, Samsung hopes offering a larger number of variations will persuade more users to upgrade -[Summarize this news]

  10. 11 hours ago

    Fed minutes reveal growth risks prompted rate pause -[Summarize this news]

  11. 12 hours ago

    The activist investor’s board-seat proposal comes as the drugmaker prepares to take over Celgene in a deal valued at $74 billion -[Summarize this news]

  12. 12 hours ago

    Stock option awards might be Silicon Valley’s juiciest employee perk—because companies commonly price the shares around a third below market value, a Wall Street Journal analysis found -[Summarize this news]

  13. 12 hours ago

    Supreme Court rules against excessive state fines -[Summarize this news]

  14. 15 hours ago

    Tesla sees another high-profile executive leave the company: its top lawyer after two months. His successor is a company insider. -[Summarize this news]

  15. 15 hours ago

    In the 24 hours after announcing his presidential campaign, Bernie Sanders raised nearly $6 million online—far outpacing his Democratic rivals -[Summarize this news]

  16. 15 hours ago

    Ghosn’s new lawyer says subordinates to former chairman erred by bringing their suspicions to prosecutors instead of working them out within Nissan -[Summarize this news]

  17. 16 hours ago

    Gannett, which is trying to fend off a takeover bid from Digital First, said circulation revenue fell 9% in the latest quarter -[Summarize this news]

  18. 16 hours ago

    CVS reports loss on long-term care facilities charge -[Summarize this news]

  19. 17 hours ago

    Private-equity firms bought PetSmart and Petco around three years ago. Since then, the two companies’ different strategies each face challenges. -[Summarize this news]

  20. 17 hours ago

    Anti-opioid activists have been putting pressure on institutions to stop accepting Sackler family donation money -[Summarize this news]


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