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Sondland says in impeachment testimony that Ukraine aid was tied to ‘quid pro quo’

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Macy’s Data Breach Causes Stock to Drop Ahead of Earnings

Dec. gold loses 10 cents, or 0.01%, to settle at $1,474.20/oz

Gold futures settle a dime lower for the session, ahead of FOMC minutes

Dec. gold trades down 80 cents at $1,473.50/oz ahead of the Comex settlement

Gold futures pare losses as hope for a U.S.-China phase one trade deal fades

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The 2020 Grammys snubbed K-Pop acts like BTS — even though they’ve outsold Taylor Swift and Beyoncé

Stocks extend decline after report U.S.-China deal may not happen in 2019

Major U.S. stock indexes fell to session lows Wednesday after Reuters reported that the completion of a so-called phase one U.S.-China trade deal could be delayed until next year. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was off ...

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Hey, snowflake, don’t ‘OK, boomer’ me at work

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The 5 skills that can fuel your freelance career

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Stock investors may want to hitch a ride with this car-related industry that is set for decades of big growth

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Kathie Lee Gifford was ‘dying of loneliness.’ Here’s what she did to fix it — and it could be worth a shot for you too

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Cannabis stocks rally for a second day after House passes bill aiming to lift federal ban on weed

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Stocks slide on report trade deal ‘may not be completed this year’

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Millennial bets most of his savings on one of the stock market’s riskiest plays — and he’s about to cash in $1.5 million

10-year yield at 1.748%; 2-year yield at 1.580%; 30-year yield at 2.209%

Treasury yields extend slide on report that partial trade deal may not be completed this year

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The Dow Is Down 106 Points Because China Trade Talks Have Hit a Wall

Dow down nearly 200 points, S&P 500 down 20, Nasdaq off nearly 60 points

Stocks slide lower on Reuters report that trade deal may not be done this year

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Netanyahu Rival Says He Can’t Form Government in Israel

Israel’s former military chief Benny Gantz has become the second candidate to fail in forming a government after September’s elections, leading Israel closer to a third vote in a year.

General Motors Files Racketeering Lawsuit Against Fiat Chrysler

General Motors filed a federal racketeering lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and a handful of former executives at the Italian-American auto maker.

In Shift, Grammy Nominations Recognize New Guard in Music

Young, female genre-blurring acts like Billie Eilish and Lizzo are among the most-nominated artists for the music awards on Jan. 26.

Sri Lankan President Rajapaksa Set to Name His Brother Prime Minister

The Rajapaksa family is completing its return to power in Sri Lanka, with the newly elected president set to appoint his brother as prime minister, their political party said.

Which College Graduates Make the Most?

New government data shows which college degrees are instantly paying off and which ones leave graduates loaded with debt but skimpy income.

U.S. Stocks Decline as Trade Talks Flounder

Stocks retreated as trade talks between the U.S. and China appeared to near an impasse, with President Trump threatening to raise tariffs further.

ServiceNow Rallies Ahead of Joining the S&P 500

Shares of ServiceNow are getting a taste of the “inclusion effect,” in which stocks tend to get an immediate boost on news that they will join a major index.

Integral Ad Science Buys Technology Firm to Help Advertisers Avoid Objectionable Content

Integral Ad Science Inc. has acquired ADmantX SpA, a European ad tech firm that aims to give advertisers more information about the content and context of the articles that their ads could sit next to.

Sondland Says He Pursued Ukraine Probes at ‘Express Direction’ of Trump

A U.S. ambassador who is a central witness to the Ukraine pressure campaign at the heart of the impeachment inquiry said he urged Ukraine to announce investigations “at the express direction” of President Trump.

U.S. Begins Granting Exemptions to Huawei Blacklist

The Trump administration has allowed some U.S. suppliers to Huawei to resume shipping to the Chinese telecom giant, easing export restrictions while negotiators struggle to work out the first phase of a trade deal.

FBI Seeks Interview With Ukraine Whistleblower

The FBI has requested an interview with the whistleblower whose complaint triggered the House’s impeachment inquiry, according to people familiar with the matter.

Ride-Hailing App Juno Enters Bankruptcy, Blaming Wage Law

New York ride-hailing business Juno USA LP filed for bankruptcy protection, blaming its demise on minimum wage regulations and mounting lawsuits from drivers, riders and competitors.

You’re Not Imagining It: Mister Rogers and Dolly Parton Are Everywhere

In these polarized times, a quest to find a new American folk hero.

Treasurys Strengthen Along With Trade Concerns

U.S. government bonds extended recent gains Wednesday after new concerns arose about the prospects for a U.S.-China trade agreement.

Wirecard Shares Drop on Lack of Audit Opinion for Singapore Arm

The German electronic-payments company’s accounting practices in Asia are under investigation, and the stock fell after it emerged that an auditor hadn’t fully signed off on its Singapore arm’s most recent accounts.

Ex-Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh Indicted

Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh has been indicted on federal charges of wire fraud and tax evasion stemming from self-published books at the heart of a scandal that prompted her resignation in May.

Retail’s Tragedy Averted

Pleasing results from Target and Lowe’s soothed worries that the U.S. consumer is starting to flag.

Fed’s Brainard Urges More Action Against Financial Risks

Fed governor Lael Brainard said she doesn’t think the central bank is doing enough to counter growing financial imbalances in an environment of low interest rates and heightened economic uncertainty.

Facing Real Estate Slowdown, Jeff Greene Regrets Building His Mega-Mansion

The billionaire developer is planning to relist the property for $129 million amid a glut of ulta-luxury properties in Los Angeles

Billionaire Jeff Greene’s Beverly Hills Mega-Mansion

Elaborately outfitted, Palazzo di Amore comes with a hammam-style spa area and a bowling alley