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France’s Tense Presidential Election Gets Under Way

April 23, 2017 |

French voters headed to the polls Sunday for the first round of a closely contested presidential election that has turned into a referendum on the future of France’s generous entitlement system and on the nation’s place in the European Union, amid heightened security days after a terror attack in the capital.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

Pence Says China Has Power to Calm Korean Peninsula

April 23, 2017 |

A peaceful end to growing tensions over Pyongyang’s nuclear and ballistic-missile ambitions remains possible thanks to China, U.S. Vice President Mike Pence said.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

Tokyo Warns U.S. Bilateral Trade Pact Would Disappoint

April 23, 2017 |

A top Japanese official pushed back against a new proposal from the U.S. to pursue a bilateral trade agreement, warning that the terms of such a pact would be less favorable than those offered under a multilateral deal abandoned by the Trump administration earlier this year
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

In China, U.S. Steel Move Is Seen as Self-Destructive

April 22, 2017 |

As the White House threatened new U.S. barriers to steel imports, officials and experts from the world’s biggest steel-exporting nation, China,​said the real loser might be​America itself.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

United Says CEO Won’t Take Chairmanship

April 22, 2017 |

United Continental moved to further stem fallout from the incident in which police dragged off a paying passenger from one of its flights, saying its chief executive Oscar Munoz will no longer be taking on the chairman role and that it will revamp executive compensation incentives.
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Novartis Tests New Alzheimer’s Drugs on People Who Don’t Have the Disease

April 22, 2017 |

Subjects at high risk of developing Alzheimer’s—but who don’t actually have the disease—are being recruited to help test two experimental treatments from Novartis AG, in a new focus on preventive treatment.
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China Hacked South Korea Over Missile Defense: U.S. Firm

April 22, 2017 |

Chinese state-backed hackers have recently targeted South Korean entities involved in deploying a U.S. missile-defense system, says an American cybersecurity firm, despite Beijing’s denial of retaliation against Seoul over the issue.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

Trump Administration Won’t Waive Sanctions for Oil Project Exxon Planned in Russia

April 22, 2017 |

President Trump has rejected a bid by oil company Exxon Mobil to resume a Black Sea venture with Rosneft, a sanctioned Russian firm close to the Kremlin.
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Terror Strikes Champs-Élysées Days Before French Vote

April 22, 2017 |

A gunman opened fire on the Champs-Élysées on Thursday, killing a police officer and wounding two others in an assault authorities said was likely a terror attack, just days before France’s presidential elections begin.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

Theranos Secretly Bought Outside Lab Gear, Ran Fake Tests

April 21, 2017 |

An investor said in newly unsealed court filings that Theranos used a shell company to buy commercial-lab equipment, then pretended it was using its own technology in demonstrations for prospective partners and investors.
WSJ.com: US Business