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How Hong Kong’s Leader Makes the Biggest Political Retreat by China Under Xi
Limited consultation within the Hong Kong government, and none with the public, led to an unexpected setback for local authorities and China’s government.
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The Week in Business: Oil Tankers Are Under Attack, and the Grocery-Delivery Battle Heats Up
Plus, will the Fed cave to pressure and lower interest rates?
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How Data Can Help You Win in the Winner-Take-All Economy
To adapt to a faster pace of change, it helps to learn how to crunch numbers about whole organizations — and about yourself.
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Mission Impossible? Maker of Plant-Based Burger Struggles to Meet Chains’ Demand
The popularity of Impossible Foods’ meatless burger patty is disrupting supply chains at White Castle and Red Robin.
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Bribes and Backdoor Deals Help Foreign Firms Sell to China’s Hospitals
G.E., Siemens and others have prospered in a country where corruption pervades the market for medical equipment, according to a New York Times investigation. China’s 1.4 billion people pay the price.
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Drug Makers Sue to Block Requirement for Listing Prices in TV Ads
The rule, set to take effect July 9, is one of the most visible efforts by the Trump administration to try to address high drug prices.
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Women Who Sued Makers of Pelvic Mesh Are Suing Their Own Lawyers, Too
With nearly $8 billion paid out in mesh settlements, some women contend the lawyers who represented them took too much.
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U.K. Bans Advertisements Depicting Gender Stereotypes
No more commercials showing men struggling to do a load of laundry, or asking women if they are “beach body ready.”
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Money Is Not Just for Men
Sallie Krawcheck — once a Wall Street executive, now an advocate for women investing — on how women can get their fair share.
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Distrusting Both Iran and U.S., Europe Urges ‘Maximum Restraint’
Washington’s history of hyping intelligence is weighing on European governments, who are suspicious of President Trump’s hawkish Iran policies.
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What Is JAB? Owner of Panera, Snapple and Krispy Kreme Faces Its Nazi Past
The company owned by the Reimann family of Germany may not be well known. But it is a major force in the food and beverage industries, among others.
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Russia Sought to Use Social Media to Influence E.U. Vote, Report Finds
A misinformation campaign by groups linked to Russia tried to depress voter turnout in last month’s parliamentary elections, a European Commission review said.
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Retouching the Mona Lisa Is Restoration, but a Mickey Mantle? Collectors Cry Fraud
Millions of dollars’ worth of baseball cards are at stake as collectors question the authenticity of their purchases and wonder whom they can trust.
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DealBook Briefing: Is It Time to Worry About Oil Again?
Attacks yesterday on two oil carriers in the Gulf of Oman have stoked fears about tensions between the U.S. and Iran. Petroleum prices could keep climbing.
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How Secured Credit Cards Can Build, or Rebuild, Your Credit
The cards, used mainly by consumers who have little credit history or a poor one, haven’t been widely adopted. Amazon is now offering one.
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I’m a Financial Journalist Who Was Bored Silly by Mergers. Not Anymore.
It took me 20 years to warm to deal-making. I just needed some antitrust flare-ups.
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Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Steadfast Trump Fan, Never Wavered
The first mother to serve as White House press secretary stayed true to her boss as she oversaw the fade-out of the daily press briefing.
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When Rohingya Refugees Fled to India, Hate on Facebook Followed
After posts on the social network contributed to Myanmar’s genocide of Rohingya Muslims, Facebook vowed to fix the problem. Then the vitriol moved to India.
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Stanford Team Aims at Alexa and Siri With a Privacy-Minded Alternative
A handful of companies already dominate the market for digital assistants. The implications for consumer privacy are a serious concern, researchers say.
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Nazis Killed Her Father. Then She Fell in Love With One.
Their billionaire descendants, who control Krispy Kreme, Stumptown and other iconic brands, are grappling with the exposure of an unspeakable secret.
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