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PG&E Is Offering More Money to Wildfire Victims. A Key Hearing Is Today.

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5 secrets CEOs and rising stars know to boost work performance and personal satisfaction

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By this measure, Americans are not addicted to debt and U.S. stocks should do fine

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Elon Musk says U.K. not considered for Tesla battery factory due to Brexit - Berlin chosen

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Fed Chair Powell Testifies Today. Don’t Expect Fireworks.

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Podcast: AMD Stock Has Soared 99% in 2019

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Chinese university students flee Hong Kong and public schools close as violence ramps up

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MLB checking into report 2017 Astros stole signs, broke rules

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The 2020 Hyundai Palisade: all-new 3-row SUV is comfortable and stylish

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Winter tires might be safer than all-wheel drive. Here are the pros and cons

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How a $14 Billion Stock Fund Finds Both Growing Dividends and Value

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How to manage the financial risk of starting a business after 50

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Venice flooding reaches second-highest level ever recorded

SSE swings to profit and lifts guidance

SSE PLC reported Wednesday a swing to pretax profit for the first half of fiscal 2020 and raised its guidance for the year.

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Stock market valuations have meant nothing for 10 years — here’s why that’s changed

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Mulberry loss widens, dragged by investments and falling U.K. sales

British Land pretax loss widens

The company said it expects its markets to remain uneven but said that it has kept debt levels low and a strong and flexible balance sheet.

Taylor Wimpey on track to meet 2019 views

The U.K.-focused house builder, which also has operations in Spain, said that its total order book, excluding joint ventures, stood at 10,433 homes at Nov. 10 compared with 9,843 for the same time last year.

New Zealand dollar jumps after central bank unexpectedly keeps rates unchanged

The New Zealand dollar surged Wednesday after the country's central bank defied expectations for an interest rate cut, and left policy unchanged. The kiwi dollar jumped 1.1% to 0.6402 U.S. cents. In a statement, the Reser...

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Unilever Chairman Marijn Dekkers steps down

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Kashmir’s $1,000-a-Pound Saffron Crop Withers After India Lockdown

When India stripped Kashmir of its relative autonomy, sending in tens of thousands of troops and blocking communications to quell the region, it mostly halted trade of the prized purple flower.

What to Watch at Fed Hearings on Capitol Hill

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell heads to Capitol Hill for two days of congressional hearings beginning Wednesday. Here’s what to watch:

How to Turn Job-Sharing Into a Promotion…and Another

Job-sharing started as a way to help working mothers juggle jobs and family. Today, some potential executives are successfully using the 2-for-1 job arrangement to move into leadership positions.

Stage Set for First Public Impeachment Hearing

The nation will hear public testimony from House impeachment witnesses for the first time Wednesday morning, including from one whose description of President Trump’s pressure campaign on Ukraine strikes at the heart of De...

The Crown Jewel of Japan’s Economy Is Losing Its Shine

Japan’s booming labor market has been the bright spot of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s economic record. But the shine is now coming off, with economic forces at home and abroad weighing on the employment gains made.

Stocks to Watch: Nike; Datadog; SmileDirectClub; Skyworks Solutions

Stocks to Watch: Nike; Datadog; SmileDirectClub and Skyworks Solutions are some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively.

Global Stocks Slip on Doubts About China-U.S. Tariff Talks

Global stocks moved lower after stumbling blocks emerged in trade talks between the U.S. and China and violence continued to grip Hong Kong.

Apple Supplier Foxconn’s Profit Gains Despite iPhone’s Sales Drop

The world’s largest contract electronics maker’s net profit rose 23.3% in the third quarter , beating expectations.

Alibaba’s Secondary Hong Kong Listing Gets the Nod

Alibaba Group’s leaders used the code “Project Orange” to discuss the company’s blockbuster initial public offering in 2014. Now they are close to seeing the fruition of “Project Tangerine,” the internal name for their eff...

Australia’s High Court to Hear Cardinal’s Appeal of Sex-Abuse Conviction

A date for a hearing hasn’t been set, but it is likely to be early next year in front of a full bench of seven judges, and it would be Cardinal George Pell’s last chance to challenge the conviction for assaulting two choir...

Hong Kong in Disarray After Night of Intense Clashes

Life in Hong Kong was crippled for a third straight day, as the aftermath of two days of violence and fears of further clashes disrupted transportation and kept many children home from school.

China Says No to Marijuana but Lets Its Cannabis Industry Bloom

Marijuana is seen as a dangerous narcotic in China, and possession there is strictly punished. That hasn’t stopped the country from trying to become a powerhouse in the fast-growing industry for cannabis products.

Pepper...and Salt

Pepper...and Salt

Google’s ‘Project Nightingale’ Triggers Federal Inquiry

Google’s project with the country’s second-largest health system to collect detailed information on 50 million American patients sparked a federal inquiry and criticism from patients and lawmakers.

Corrections & Amplifications

Corrections & Amplifications for the edition of Nov. 13, 2019

Nike to Stop Selling Directly to Amazon

Nike said it would stop selling its clothes and sneakers directly to, an about-face for the sportswear brand.

Major Midwest Hospital Systems Call Off Planned Merger

Two Midwestern hospital giants became the latest to break off merger talks, another drag on deal making across the $1 trillion hospital sector.

IRS Pursues Criminal Cases on Land-Tax Donation Deals

The Internal Revenue Service is pursuing criminal cases surrounding land-conservation deals that have emerged as a focus of the agency’s enforcement efforts, the tax agency said.

Public Hearings Mark Turning Point for Impeachment Inquiry

House Democrats this week hold the first two in a series of open hearings that aim to build public support for one of the gravest actions Congress can take: the removal of a president.

SmileDirectClub Posts Losses on Sales, Marketing Spending

SmileDirectClub posted wider losses in the latest quarter as the company continued to spend heavily on marketing and sales, as well as other expenses.