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Economic growth stumbles to worst rate in two years, underscoring Trump’s challenge

April 30, 2017 |

The economy stumbled at the start of 2017, expanding at its slowest pace in two years in a demonstration of the difficulty President Trump will have in boosting growth to a much stronger sustained level.

Total economic output, also known as gross domestic product, increased at just a 0.7% annual…


L.A. Times – Business

Hungary’s Orban Agrees to Work With EU

April 30, 2017 |

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said he will ‘cool down’ the anti-European rhetoric and work with the EU institutions on controversial measures against foreign-funded universities and civil rights groups.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

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Zayn Malik Rolls Into Gigi Hadid’s Apartment Building in a Wheelchair (PHOTO)

April 30, 2017 |

Zayn Malik showed up to his girlfriend’s pad on 4 wheels … just not the luxury wheels you’d expect. The ex-One Direction singer was spotted going into Gigi Hadid’s apartment in NYC on Saturday in a wheelchair. His rep tells us he injured his foot…

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Apple blocks more patent payments to Qualcomm, escalating feud

April 30, 2017 |

Qualcomm slashed its financial forecast for the current quarter early Friday, blaming Apple for further withholding patent royalties payments in a fierce legal fight over intellectual property licensing.

The lower revenue and profit outlook — which Qualcomm hinted at last week when it reported…


L.A. Times – Business

The Calculated Rise of Emmanuel Macron

April 30, 2017 |

The French presidential candidate skipped electoral politics, instead connecting with the elite. His contest with Marine Le Pen will determine the future of his country—and of the European project.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

US Loses Court Fight to Mexico Over Tuna

April 30, 2017 |

The latest source of US-Mexico trouble: tuna. The World Trade Organization has ruled in favor of Mexico to the tune of $ 163 million in a longtime dispute over the fish. As NPR explains, the dispute centers on “dolphin-safe” labels on cans of tuna adopted by the US in 1990. The…
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Pentagon: Blast Kills US Service Member in Iraq

April 30, 2017 |

The Pentagon says an explosive device has killed a US service member outside Mosul. The Pentagon on Saturday did not provide any further details, stating further information would be released as appropriate, the AP reports. Saturday’s incident marks the second American military fatality since the start of the Mosul operation…
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Harper Lee Reveals What Ruined Friendship With Capote

April 30, 2017 |

In the soon-to-be published contents of a decade-old letter, Harper Lee accused her “oldest friend,” Truman Capote, of being an inveterate liar who destroyed their friendship with his jealousy. Wayne Flynt, an Alabama historian and longtime friend of Lee’s in his own right, is publishing a book next week about…
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