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The trial, which begins Tuesday in state court in Manhattan, is the culmination of a sprawling investigation that spanned four years and three New York attorneys general.
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Of all the market-moving tweets these days, one in particular from Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Elizabeth Warren is sending shivers through the oil industry.

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Long-suffering old-timers, bandwagon newbies and all sorts of Washington Nationals fans in between have come together to give the nation’s capital a jolt of excitement, never mind the legions of transplants and transients who bring their own hometown...
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Asia’s insurance behemoths, particularly in Taiwan, pose a growing risk to the U.S. corporate bond market after a multiyear binge on greenback debt.
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David Barse, whose career as chief executive of Third Avenue Management unraveled in 2015, is back on Wall Street pitching a better way to invest in indexes.
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Terry Branstad said U.S. diplomats are regularly blocked from traveling around China and that long-planned meetings with bureaucrats or university students are often canceled for what he called “not very plausible” reasons.
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As Indonesian President Joko Widodo begins his second term, he faces discontent from many citizens who say he has begun to closely resemble the political elite from which he once stood apart.
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When the NBA regular season begins Tuesday, each team will be able to work with up to two sponsors on advertising campaigns outside the U.S. and Canada, an expansion of the league’s global marketing activity fueled in part by the results of its...
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Discovering offbeat ways to center yourself can put you in the perfect frame of mind when meeting a prospective employer.
The Wall Street Journal › 1 hour ago
The trial, which begins Tuesday in state court in Manhattan, is the culmination of a sprawling investigation that spanned four years and three New York attorneys general.
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A court case that could strike down the Affordable Care Act has rattled officials in several states who are pursuing legislation to preserve some coverage.
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Of all the market-moving tweets these days, one in particular from Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Elizabeth Warren is sending shivers through the oil industry.
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A large convoy of U.S. military vehicles crossed into Iraq from northern Syria, marking a dramatic drawdown to an American presence there to combat Islamic State.
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Global stocks edged higher as investors awaited fresh developments on the U.K.’s divorce from the European Union, trade talks between China and the U.S. and activity by major central banks.
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Boeing, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries, Walt Disney, PG&E are some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Monday’s session.
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Bolivian’s leftist president, Evo Morales, seeking a fourth term, took the most ballots in Sunday’s presidential election—but apparently not enough to avoid a Dec. 15 runoff against runner-up Carlos Mesa.
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Newspaper front pages across Australia were blacked out Monday, as the country’s biggest media companies are calling on Canberra to enshrine press freedoms and protect whistleblowers.
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The plan, designed to protect Syrian oil fields and keep a foothold against Islamic State, would mark another shift after the president called for a full withdrawal of U.S. troops.
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Christine Lagarde, who is set to take over as president of the European Central Bank, said in an interview that the U.S. risks diminishing its role as a global leader and warned of dire consequences of its trade war with China.
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The default settings could influence consumers to choose more expensive loans, a new study finds.
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Increasingly, people are valuing experiences over things. But the hard part is knowing how to compare the two.
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People think they know what causes a credit score to rise or fall. They’re often wrong.
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