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Singapore monetary policy can sound a little back-to-front. While for most countries tighter policy equates to higher borrowing costs, it’s not necessarily the case for the Asian city-state, where interest rates can rise when the central bank is loosening policy. That’s because the Monetary...

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The Federal Communications Commission told a federal court on Thursday that it acted properly when it eliminated the U.S. government's net neutrality rules, marking its first legal salvo in a campaign to battle back 22 states and tech companies including Mozilla, Facebook and Google that contend the...

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Facebook purged over 800 accounts and pages pushing political messages for profit

Facebook cracked down on over 800 accounts and publishers on Thursday, saying that the politically-oriented accounts violated its policies against spam.

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Indian equity managers were reckless to pile into thinly traded shares. Brace for worse if investors run for the exits.

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Even a brief pause in the U.S. rally could be just what the doctor ordered for developing countries, and not a moment too soon.

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Amazon's A.I. hiring experiment is a reminder that even algorithms can still be biased

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A partial government shutdown could result as Trump pushes for more border money without a plan to get it.

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Everything about the massive surge in opioid abuse cuts across traditional boundaries of drug use in the U.S. It’s hit white residents in the countryside as well as minorities in cities. It involves long-banned substances such as heroin, legally prescribed painkillers, including OxyContin and,...

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The D.C. native and political activist is contemplating running for mayor of New York.

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Enthusiasm for the cell-therapy developer’s management has stoked demand for the shares, but past performance doesn’t guarantee future success.

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Uber-funded research project pushes new ways to measure safety of driverless cars

Among the ideas for judging the technology is gauging “roadmanship” — a riff on good citizenship and driving behavior.

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The 30-year fixed-rate average hasn't been this high since April 2011.

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A decision to outsource its computing services instead of building its own network is a big reason Snap is bleeding so much cash.  

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Under President Trump, the Federal Communications Commission voted last December to undo rules that required Internet providers such as AT&T and Comcast to treat all web traffic equally. On Thursday, it launched its first legal salvo in defense of the move.

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Thursday’s sale of three-year bonds had to be offered at a giveaway price. And even that wasn’t enough to really stoke demand.

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Having lost so much value already, Dialog could do little but transfer a big chunk of itself to its largest customer.

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President Trump is stepping up blame on the Federal Reserve as concern grows the economy could be slowing.

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Amazon’s A.I. hiring experiment is a reminder that even algorithms can still be biased.

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