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Trump says election will be seen as referendum on him

Trump says election will be seen as referendum on him

A WSJ/NBC poll released yesterday indicated that almost 75% of likely voters said their vote was meant to send a signal about the President. This time , given the increased turnout and the rise o...

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Amazon in 'advanced talks' to build new HQ near DC

Amazon in 'advanced talks' to build new HQ near DC

Meanwhile, on Twitter , Amazon's director of economic development Mike Grella blasted the unnamed sources leaking information about the e-tailer's HQ2 decision. Analysts at Stifel Nicolaus recently...

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Two cities will split Amazon HQ2

Two cities will split Amazon HQ2

Bezos himself said last week that he'd make the final decision guided by intuition: "You immerse yourself in that data but then you make the decision with your heart", he said at a conference in NY ...

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Amazon drops $25 free shipping minimum for holidays

Amazon drops $25 free shipping minimum for holidays

Last month, Walmart added free two-day shipping for Marketplace items to its previous offer of free two-day shipping for purchases over $35. Shoppers who aren't Prime members will get slower shippin...

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Lowe's to close underperforming stores in US, Canada

Lowe's to close underperforming stores in US, Canada

The closures are a part of the company's ongoing reassessment of their stores. Lowe's ( LOW ) is shutting down 20 stores in the U.S. and 31 in Canada. Some U.S. stores will close immediately, th...

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US Sanctions on Iran Oil Sales Snap Back as Trump Fulfills Vow

US Sanctions on Iran Oil Sales Snap Back as Trump Fulfills Vow

Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman praised US President Donald Trump's "bold" decision to reinstate all US sanctions on Iran that had been lifted under the 2015 nuclear deal . We've done all of ...

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Trump, Republicans see larger Senate majority as midterm win

Trump, Republicans see larger Senate majority as midterm win

Over all, while the conditions for a Democratic takeover have been laid - in one survey of competitive House races, 50 per cent of likely voters support the Democrats, with 46 supporting the Republica...

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Dead After Wall Collapses at Amazon Distribution Center

Dead After Wall Collapses at Amazon Distribution Center

That's how an Amazon employee describes to WBAL what happened Friday night at one of the company's fulfillment centers in southeast Baltimore after the building partially collapsed. They recovered t...

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Apple earnings: iPhone sales won't be revealed, what Wall Street says

Apple earnings: iPhone sales won't be revealed, what Wall Street says

But Cook stressed that Apple was happy with its performance in China, where revenue grew 16 per cent to $11.4 billion, the fifth quarter in a row the company has had double-digit growth in the regio...

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Brazil will move Israel embassy to Jerusalem, says president-elect

Brazil will move Israel embassy to Jerusalem, says president-elect

Jerusalem is a disputed city as Palestinians regard East Jerusalem , which was occupied by Israel in the 1967 Arab-Israeli War, as the capital of the future independent state they demand. Mr Bolsonar...

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More US Tariffs on China Goods Not

More US Tariffs on China Goods Not "Set in Stone"

The two leaders agreed the trade dispute "should be handled properly through substantial consultation", Lu said. "They are very willing to make a deal", said trump . "We view the positive statement...

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Elon Musk says Apple doesn’t ‘blow people’s minds’ anymore

Elon Musk says Apple doesn’t ‘blow people’s minds’ anymore

Tesla has been promising improvements to its Autopilot technology for quite some time now, and it seems the company will soon deliver - partially. "But I think with Tesla, we really want to make produ...

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USA tightens screws on Iran

USA tightens screws on Iran

The Islamic Republic is a preferred supplier for India , making the country the second-largest purchaser of Iranian crude after China due to sweeteners such as 60-days credit, free insurance and ship...

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United Kingdom builders pick up pace in October, but Brexit worries grow - PMI

United Kingdom builders pick up pace in October, but Brexit worries grow - PMI

Italy's manufacturing sector shrunk for the first time in over two years in October, amid a sharp fall in new orders, output and exports, survey data from IHS Markit showed on Friday. Manufacturin...

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Google Workers Stage Walkout in NYC Over Company's Sexual Misconduct Policies

Google Workers Stage Walkout in NYC Over Company's Sexual Misconduct Policies

Hundreds of workers filed out of its European headquarters in Dublin shortly after 1100 local time , while organisers shared photographs on social media of hundreds more leaving Google offices in L...

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Rising wages boost USA labor costs in third quarter

Rising wages boost USA labor costs in third quarter

A separate report Wednesday showed that wages and salaries for private-sector workers rose 3.1 percent from a year earlier. The smallest wage growth, 1.6 percent, was in natural resources, constru...

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The Starbucks Christmas red cup has gotten a serious makeover for 2018

The Starbucks Christmas red cup has gotten a serious makeover for 2018

The coffee chain's rolling out its annual holiday cups . Upon introducing the minimalist cup , Starbucks Vice President Jeffrey Fields said it was a way to "usher in the holidays with a purity of ...

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US, 2 Others crash oil prices

US, 2 Others crash oil prices

News of talks between Saudi Arabia and Kuwait to resume production in Partitioned Neutral Zone, whose output was around 500000 to 600000 BPD before it was closed, ended without any resolution drove c...

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Our country is going through a low point, PM Khan tells China

Our country is going through a low point, PM Khan tells China

Pakistan is expected to receive Dollars 6 billion economic package from China during the visit, Geo TV quoted sources as saying. Though China is Pakistan's closest ally, Imran's newly elected govern...

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Oil prices fall on rising supply, trade tensions

Oil prices fall on rising supply, trade tensions

Moreover, Saudi Arabia's Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said on Tuesday that the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and its partners are in "produce as much as you can" mo...

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