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Trendy Silicon Valley shoe startup Allbirds is now valued at $1.4 billion after raising new cash from investors including T. Rowe Price Investment Management, Fidelity Management and Tiger Global.

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Facebook has taken down hundreds of accounts that were spreading false or misleading political content ahead of the U.S. midterm elections, one of the social network’s most aggressive efforts to stop misinformation spread primarily by Americans.

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The wireless carrier is now offering about 1,000 of its U.S. workers who were set to move to outsourcing giant Infosys severance or a guarantee of comparable pay for two years.

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Chief executive sees ‘fundamental support’ for IPO as company seeks to ride electric-car boom

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The Pentagon said much of the fleet of Lockheed Martin F-35 jets was temporarily grounded to investigate engine problems that may have caused a Marine Corps crash last month.

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Estée Lauder sued Deciem and its founder after he moved to temporarily shut all of the skin-care company’s stores because of what he described as “major criminal activity.”

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Though the central bank has boosted rates—drawing criticism from President Trump—it sees falling unemployment, economic growth and the return of normal inflation as other factors behind the rise.

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Self-driving cars may eventually work together to create nearly real-time maps. But we’re nowhere close to that now.

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Public companies won’t get a break from quarterly earnings reporting in the near term—an idea that President Trump asked U.S. regulators to study—according to SEC Chairman Jay Clayton.

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To subscribe to the newsletter, please sign up here MUST READS ECB Staff Urged Indebted Eurozone Members to Cut Debt: Central bank minutes showed officials urged highly indebted eurozone countries to use the region’s economic upswing to pay down their debt. Naming of Jailed Banker’s Wife Sends...

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Brexit & Beyond: ECB Staff Urged Indebted Eurozone Members to Cut Debt

To subscribe to the newsletter, please sign up here MUST READS ECB Staff Urged Indebted Eurozone Members to Cut Debt: Central bank minutes showed officials urged highly indebted eurozone countries to use the region’s economic upswing to pay down their debt. Naming of Jailed Banker’s Wife Sends...

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The cost of borrowing to buy a home is at its highest in over seven years. That could deter purchasers and be a worrying sign for the greater economy.

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Intel can’t make enough chips these days, but the semiconductor giant does seem to know where to sell the ones that it can.

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Delta Air Lines said robust demand for flights helped it overcome rising fuel prices during the latest quarter.

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Top lawmakers sent a stinging letter to Google over its handling of a data vulnerability that affected hundreds of thousands of users of its Google+ service.

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Seniors and other Americans receiving Social Security will see the largest increase to their benefits in seven years in January, the Social Security Administration said.

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Some of Sears’s biggest lenders are pushing for the troubled retailer to liquidate rather than try to reorganize through the bankruptcy process

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Private economists have continued to raise their projections for interest rates through next year, showing greater agreement with the Federal Reserve’s expectations, according to The Wall Street Journal’s latest survey.

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NFL TV ratings are up for the first time since 2015, an improvement that league and TV executives attribute to new stars, a fading national-anthem controversy and a much-needed distraction from the political divisiveness shaking the country.

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Tesla’s Elon Musk remains committed to settling fraud charges with the Securities and Exchange Commission, according to a legal filing Thursday, despite recently mocking the case against him.

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