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  1. 3 hours ago

    FAA seeks to enable return of supersonic passenger aircraft -[Summarize this news]

  2. 4 hours ago

    “I knew right away that the whole thing was a ruse”: The failed ops of Israeli investigative firm Black Cube. -[Summarize this news]

  3. 4 hours ago

    Escalating U.S.-China trade tensions and Facebook’s plan to launch a digital coin help bitcoin hit a 13-month high -[Summarize this news]

  4. 4 hours ago

    Chinese authorities are trying to soothe a rattled banking sector three weeks after seizing one struggling lender -[Summarize this news]

  5. 4 hours ago

    German terror police are investigating a possible ideological motive in the killing of a politician who defended the welcoming of refugees -[Summarize this news]

  6. 5 hours ago

    Egypt’s ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi has died after suffering a heart attack while attending a court session in an espionage trial -[Summarize this news]

  7. 7 hours ago

    Hong Kong’s young protesters are speaking up where their parents were silent: ‘it’s our time’ -[Summarize this news]

  8. 8 hours ago

    Power of the “golden hour”: For the first time last year, Estée Lauder generated more revenue at the world’s airports than at U.S. department stores -[Summarize this news]

  9. 9 hours ago

    Sotheby's to Be Acquired for $57 a Share -[Summarize this news]

  10. 9 hours ago

    PayPal CEO Daniel Schulman’s compensation nearly doubled in 2018 from 2017, making him the top-paid CEO in the software and services industry as PayPal outdid many other firms with its 14.2% total return -[Summarize this news]

  11. 9 hours ago

    Asset managers like Legg Mason were once the kings of Wall Street. Now, there appears few ways to fix the business -[Summarize this news]

  12. 9 hours ago

    China’s President Xi Jinping to make first visit to North Korea this week -[Summarize this news]

  13. 9 hours ago

    China’s biotechs are hiring veteran executives from big American drug companies to join the race for the first nongeneric Chinese drug approval in the U.S. -[Summarize this news]

  14. 10 hours ago

    The Federal Reserve’s so-called dot plot hasn’t existed during a period when markets expected the central bank’s next move would be to cut rates, and not to raise them -[Summarize this news]

  15. 10 hours ago

    Pfizer would pay Array shareholders $48 for each of its shares outstanding in cash. Array shares rose 60% in premarket trading Monday. -[Summarize this news]

  16. 10 hours ago

    laid off several dozen employees from its videogame-creation unit -[Summarize this news] -[Summarize this news]

  17. 11 hours ago

    Uncertainty over Brexit is playing havoc with U.K. musicians, since promoters in Europe can’t be sure traveling British acts will be able to turn up -[Summarize this news]

  18. 12 hours ago

    China’s Huawei expects a $30 billion dent in revenue—for the first time quantifying the potential impact of the U.S. blacklisting -[Summarize this news]

  19. 12 hours ago

    Airbus jumps ahead of boeing in midsize plane battle -[Summarize this news]

  20. 13 hours ago

    Iran to breach limits of nuclear pact, putting bid to save deal in doubt -[Summarize this news]


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