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Venezuelan Opposition Seeks U.S. Court’s Help Protecting Citgo

March 9, 2019 |

Venezuela’s U.S.-backed opposition leaders asked a federal appeals court to refrain from carving up the country’s foreign assets, saying their loss would hurt the chances of political change in Caracas.
WSJ.com: US Business

Ted Baker CEO Resigns After Misconduct Probe

March 8, 2019 |

Ray Kelvin, the founder and chief executive of British fashion retailer Ted Baker, has resigned with immediate effect following an investigation into his alleged misconduct.
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Facebook Sues Chinese Companies for Creating Fake Accounts

March 8, 2019 |

Facebook and Instagram sued four companies and three people based in China for creating and selling fake accounts, likes and followers, according to a posting on the social media giant’s website.
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Philip Morris Cuts Profit Forecast After Canada Court Ruling

March 8, 2019 |

Philip Morris International Inc. cut its profit outlook for the year and expects lower pretax earnings in the first quarter after a subsidiary and other tobacco companies lost a major legal appeal in Canada.
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Cheniere Deal With China Signals Country’s Key Role in LNG Exports

March 8, 2019 |

Cheniere Energy’s expected $ 18 billion deal to supply natural gas to China signals the company’s growing bet on the country, and China’s emergence as a top market for U.S. gas exporters.
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Investors Scale Back Inflation Bets, Signaling Doubts About Growth

March 8, 2019 |

Bets on a pickup in inflation are falling out of favor, underscoring investors’ skepticism that the U.S. economy will be able to turn stronger after a soft start to the year.
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Trump’s Effort to Narrow the Trade Gap Has Flopped So Far

March 7, 2019 |

On Wednesday, the Census Bureau will likely report the U.S. last year registered the largest trade deficit in its history. How that happened is a lesson in the economics of imbalances.
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U.S. Push on Food Trade Pressures EU

March 7, 2019 |

U.S. and European trade negotiators, under growing domestic pressure over agriculture, are set to meet again this week as clashing demands threaten to rekindle a tit-for-tat economic war.
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Disney Cuts Compensation for Iger in Fox Deal

March 7, 2019 |

Disney tweaked Robert Iger’s pay package, removing $ 13.5 million in potential salary and incentive awards available for the CEO after the company closes its acquisition of Fox assets.
WSJ.com: US Business

U.S. Probes Titanium Imports in Possible Tariff Case

March 7, 2019 |

The Commerce Department will look into potential national-security risks in imports of the metal at the request of domestic producer Timet.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia