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  1. 21 Oct 2019

    Another request to delay Brexit, another source of frustration for U.K. businesses -[Summarize this news]

  2. 30 Sep 2019

    The S&P 500 has rallied 19% this year—its best performance in the first three quarters of a year since 1997. -[Summarize this news]

  3. 30 Sep 2019

    How PetSmart, a bricks-and-mortar stalwart, avoided the fate of Toys “R” Us. -[Summarize this news]

  4. 30 Sep 2019

    Allegations about U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s past threaten to sidetrack the annual gathering of his Conservative Party, despite the popularity of his Brexit message -[Summarize this news]

  5. 30 Sep 2019

    While Kyiv comes off as an inept pawn in the Ukraine imbroglio, the spectacle boosts Kremlin efforts to undermine the U.S.’s role as a world leader and model of democracy, writes Jerry Seib -[Summarize this news]

  6. 30 Sep 2019

    Heard on the Street: Mario Kart Tour is off to a better start than any of Nintendo’s previous smartphone games -[Summarize this news]

  7. 30 Sep 2019

    Once defined by big spending as it relentlessly pursued rapid growth, WeWork now needs to stop bleeding cash -[Summarize this news]

  8. 30 Sep 2019

    GlaxoSmithKline says ovarian cancer study Validates Tesaro Acquisition -[Summarize this news]

  9. 30 Sep 2019

    Heard on the Street: Lordstown, Ohio, is a battleground in the UAW strike against General Motors. In time, it could also become emblematic of a U.S.-China battery supply fight. -[Summarize this news]

  10. 30 Sep 2019

    State-backed investors are knights in shining armor for cash-starved private enterprises in China -[Summarize this news]

  11. 30 Sep 2019

    Protesters are portraying Hong Kong as a front line in fighting authoritarianism as China celebrates 70 years of Communist rule Tuesday -[Summarize this news]

  12. 30 Sep 2019

    Elon Musk’s amped-up timetable for Mars spaceship contrasts with delays for NASA capsules -[Summarize this news]

  13. 30 Sep 2019

    Budweiser Brewing’s shares rose in debut -[Summarize this news]

  14. 29 Sep 2019

    A new study found scammers are far more likely to succeed in stealing money from their targets through websites and social media than through phone calls or emails -[Summarize this news]

  15. 29 Sep 2019

    ‘We expect the pace of entering new lease agreements to slow over the next several quarters as we pursue more strategic growth.’—We -[Summarize this news]

  16. 29 Sep 2019

    Is his aim true? Will the pressure drop? N.Y. Fed Chief (and punk rock fan) is tested by an obscure but vital piece of the financial system. More obscure than our musical references. -[Summarize this news]

  17. 29 Sep 2019

    Whistleblower is expected to testify soon, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff says -[Summarize this news]

  18. 29 Sep 2019

    A drop in U.S. long-term yields below short-term rates typically portends a recession, but that relationship may be breaking down -[Summarize this news]

  19. 29 Sep 2019

    U.S. shale boom is slowing, as production gains from technology advances level off and older shale fields produce less oil -[Summarize this news]

  20. 29 Sep 2019

    House antitrust investigators are scrutinizing plans by Google to use a new internet protocol in a way that could give it a competitive advantage -[Summarize this news]


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