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Bruce Springsteen, Taylor Swift Tours Head for Netflix Encore

The concert films from Bruce Springsteen’s Broadway residency and Taylor Swift’s stadium tour across the U.S.—two of the hottest tickets of 2018—are headed for Netflix.
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Bruce Springsteen, Taylor Swift Tours Head for Netflix Encore

The concert films from Bruce Springsteen’s Broadway residency and Taylor Swift’s stadium tour across the U.S.—two of the hottest tickets of 2018—are headed for Netflix.

Where You Should Move to Make the Most Money: America's Superstar Cities

A tech-driven concentration of talent since the 1980s has helped the rich get richer. But it has also sharpened an urban-rural divide that, some say, threatens growth. Columnist Christopher Mims explores the phenomenon.
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Where You Should Move to Make the Most Money: America's Superstar Cities

A tech-driven concentration of talent since the 1980s has helped the rich get richer. But it has also sharpened an urban-rural divide that, some say, threatens growth. Columnist Christopher Mims explores the phenomenon.

The 'Fortnite' Dance Move That Spawned a Lawsuit

The suit targets one of the videogame’s most popular aspects: the celebratory dances players buy for a few bucks. Artists including Chance the Rapper say originators should be paid for moves they created and popularized.
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The 'Fortnite' Dance Move That Spawned a Lawsuit

The suit targets one of the videogame’s most popular aspects: the celebratory dances players buy for a few bucks. Artists including Chance the Rapper say originators should be paid for moves they created and popularized.

Boeing Flies Close to Trade Tussle With New Facility in China

Boeing opened a new Chinese production facility, as the American aviation company tries to cater to its top export market while steering clear of the tensions battering U.S.-China relations.
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Boeing Flies Close to Trade Tussle With New Facility in China

Boeing opened a new Chinese production facility, as the American aviation company tries to cater to its top export market while steering clear of the tensions battering U.S.-China relations.

Deloitte Board Nominates New U.S. CEO to Replace Cathy Engelbert

Deloitte LLP’s board has nominated the head of its audit practice as the next U.S. chief executive at the Big Four accounting firm, apparently closing off the last chance that current chief Cathy Engelbert might get a second term.
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Deloitte Board Nominates New U.S. CEO to Replace Cathy Engelbert

Deloitte LLP’s board has nominated the head of its audit practice as the next U.S. chief executive at the Big Four accounting firm, apparently closing off the last chance that current chief Cathy Engelbert might get a second term.

Huawei's U.S.-Based Workers Grow Wary After Arrest

The arrest of Huawei’s finance chief has stirred job insecurity among the Chinese company’s 1,500 U.S.-based workers, already uneasy about Washington’s campaign against their employer.
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Huawei's U.S.-Based Workers Grow Wary After Arrest

The arrest of Huawei’s finance chief has stirred job insecurity among the Chinese company’s 1,500 U.S.-based workers, already uneasy about Washington’s campaign against their employer.

Harassment Complaints Still Bring Retaliation

Workplace retaliation against those reporting sexual harassment remains an issue, even as the #MeToo movement has emboldened people who say they have been mistreated.
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Harassment Complaints Still Bring Retaliation

Workplace retaliation against those reporting sexual harassment remains an issue, even as the #MeToo movement has emboldened people who say they have been mistreated.

Scientists Skeptical About Gene-Edited Baby Experiment

When a Chinese scientist claimed last month that he created the first genetically modified babies, scientists around the world were stunned and alarmed. Now, scientists who examined the very limited available data from the experiments are questioning whether
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Scientists Skeptical About Gene-Edited Baby Experiment

When a Chinese scientist claimed last month that he created the first genetically modified babies, scientists around the world were stunned and alarmed. Now, scientists who examined the very limited available data from the experiments are questioning whether the gene edits the scientist claimed he made were even successful.

U.S. Soybean Farmers Work to Loosen China's Grip

As trade tensions cut deeply into exports, U.S. soybean farmers, industry groups and government officials are seeking a stronger foothold in international markets beyond China, including Europe and Southeast Asia.
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U.S. Soybean Farmers Work to Loosen China's Grip

As trade tensions cut deeply into exports, U.S. soybean farmers, industry groups and government officials are seeking a stronger foothold in international markets beyond China, including Europe and Southeast Asia.

GM CEO Is Under Fire From Trump, Lawmakers Over Restructuring

General Motors Chief Executive Mary Barra faces bipartisan anger in Washington over the company’s plans to cut 14,800 jobs and close four plants despite robust profits and a strong economy.
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GM CEO Is Under Fire From Trump, Lawmakers Over Restructuring

General Motors Chief Executive Mary Barra faces bipartisan anger in Washington over the company’s plans to cut 14,800 jobs and close four plants despite robust profits and a strong economy.

MiMedx Called on Two Lawmakers for Help Before Its Accounting Scandal

MiMedx Group, a maker of tissue-graft products, called on two influential lawmakers for help. Now the actions of the lawmakers could prove embarrassing for them as MiMedx faces possible collapse.
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MiMedx Called on Two Lawmakers for Help Before Its Accounting Scandal

MiMedx Group, a maker of tissue-graft products, called on two influential lawmakers for help. Now the actions of the lawmakers could prove embarrassing for them as MiMedx faces possible collapse.

Nissan-Renault Scandal Shows It's Hard to Keep Car Alliances on Track

Tensions between Nissan and Renault after the arrest of longtime alliance leader Carlos Ghosn show it has never been easy for the global auto industry to make mergers and partnerships work.
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Nissan-Renault Scandal Shows It's Hard to Keep Car Alliances on Track

Tensions between Nissan and Renault after the arrest of longtime alliance leader Carlos Ghosn show it has never been easy for the global auto industry to make mergers and partnerships work.

Tencent Music Prices Its IPO at Bottom of Range

The Chinese music-streaming company’s initial public offering priced at $13 per American depositary share, capping a rocky process of going public but still marking it one of the biggest U.S.-listed debuts in recent years.
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Tencent Music Prices Its IPO at Bottom of Range

The Chinese music-streaming company’s initial public offering priced at $13 per American depositary share, capping a rocky process of going public but still marking it one of the biggest U.S.-listed debuts in recent years.

Google CEO Faces Lawmakers Skeptical Over Privacy, Alleged Bias

Sundar Pichai faced tough questions in a first public appearance before House lawmakers, who are increasingly skeptical of Silicon Valley giants on issues of privacy and political bias.
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Google CEO Faces Lawmakers Skeptical Over Privacy, Alleged Bias

Sundar Pichai faced tough questions in a first public appearance before House lawmakers, who are increasingly skeptical of Silicon Valley giants on issues of privacy and political bias.

Verizon Takes $4.5 Billion Charge Related to Digital Media Business

Verizon Communications is booking a $4.5 billion accounting charge related to its Oath media business, a sign its bet on high-profile internet properties and content several years ago hasn’t worked out as expected.
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Verizon Takes $4.5 Billion Charge Related to Digital Media Business

Verizon Communications is booking a $4.5 billion accounting charge related to its Oath media business, a sign its bet on high-profile internet properties and content several years ago hasn’t worked out as expected.

Under Armour Ousts Two Executives After Review of Expenses

Under Armour Inc. ousted two sports-marketing executives, according to people familiar with the matter, after the apparel brand conducted an internal review of their department’s spending.
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Under Armour Ousts Two Executives After Review of Expenses

Under Armour Inc. ousted two sports-marketing executives, according to people familiar with the matter, after the apparel brand conducted an internal review of their department’s spending.

Amazon Cracks Down on Scams, Fires Employees Over Data Leak

Amazon has dismissed several workers in the U.S. and India for allegedly inappropriately accessing internal data that was being misused by disreputable merchants.
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Amazon Cracks Down on Scams, Fires Employees Over Data Leak

Amazon has dismissed several workers in the U.S. and India for allegedly inappropriately accessing internal data that was being misused by disreputable merchants.

Huawei Finance Chief Won't Be a Flight Risk, Her Lawyer Says

A bail hearing for Huawei Technologies Co. finance chief Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver ended Monday without a decision as the executive’s lawyer argued she won’t be a flight risk while awaiting a separate decision on her extradition to the U.S.
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Huawei Finance Chief Won't Be a Flight Risk, Her Lawyer Says

A bail hearing for Huawei Technologies Co. finance chief Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver ended Monday without a decision as the executive’s lawyer argued she won’t be a flight risk while awaiting a separate decision on her extradition to the U.S.

Apple Hit With Sales Ban on Older iPhones in China

A Chinese court ordered Apple to stop selling older iPhone models in the country after finding it infringed on two Qualcomm patents, the chip supplier said.
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Apple Hit With Sales Ban on Older iPhones in China

A Chinese court ordered Apple to stop selling older iPhone models in the country after finding it infringed on two Qualcomm patents, the chip supplier said.

Google to Accelerate Closure of Google+ Social Network

Google said it would close the consumer version of its Google+ social network after discovering a software bug that exposed the private profile information of 52 million users to outside app developers, the second time this year the company has acknowledged e
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Google to Accelerate Closure of Google+ Social Network

Google said it would close the consumer version of its Google+ social network after discovering a software bug that exposed the private profile information of 52 million users to outside app developers, the second time this year the company has acknowledged exposing private user data.

GM Bids Farewell to Its Breakthrough Electric Car

The Chevrolet Volt is headed to the scrap heap, but during its decade on the market the electric vehicle reflected the strengths and weaknesses of General Motors and auto making in Detroit.
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GM Bids Farewell to Its Breakthrough Electric Car

The Chevrolet Volt is headed to the scrap heap, but during its decade on the market the electric vehicle reflected the strengths and weaknesses of General Motors and auto making in Detroit.

Two British Banks Ensnared in Huawei Dispute

Two large British banks are among those ensnared in the controversy over Huawei Technologies. The dispute escalated over the weekend after the Chinese government warned Canada it would face “severe consequences” if it didn’t release the Chinese telecom
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Two British Banks Ensnared in Huawei Dispute

Two large British banks are among those ensnared in the controversy over Huawei Technologies. The dispute escalated over the weekend after the Chinese government warned Canada it would face “severe consequences” if it didn’t release the Chinese telecom giant’s finance chief.

Nissan, Ghosn Charged With Underreporting His Compensation

Japanese prosecutors on Monday indicted former Nissan Motor Chairman Carlos Ghosn on charges of underreporting his compensation on five years of Nissan’s financial reports, Kyodo News reported.
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Nissan, Ghosn Charged With Underreporting His Compensation

Japanese prosecutors on Monday indicted former Nissan Motor Chairman Carlos Ghosn on charges of underreporting his compensation on five years of Nissan’s financial reports, Kyodo News reported.

Huawei Executive's Arrest Stirs Fears About Corporate Travel

The arrest of a prominent Chinese technology executive traveling overseas sparked concerns that U.S. executives may be vulnerable to retaliation.
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Huawei Executive's Arrest Stirs Fears About Corporate Travel

The arrest of a prominent Chinese technology executive traveling overseas sparked concerns that U.S. executives may be vulnerable to retaliation.

Huawei Offensive Is Acceleration of Yearslong Endeavor

This month’s arrest of Huawei’s chief financial officer and heir apparent was the latest salvo against a company U.S. officials see as a threat to national security and America’s global edge in technological innovation.
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Huawei Offensive Is Acceleration of Yearslong Endeavor

This month’s arrest of Huawei’s chief financial officer and heir apparent was the latest salvo against a company U.S. officials see as a threat to national security and America’s global edge in technological innovation.

Uber Joins Rival Lyft in Race for Listing

Uber filed paperwork confidentially this week for its initial public offering, according to people familiar with the matter, as it races with smaller rival Lyft to be the first to market.
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Uber Joins Rival Lyft in Race for Listing

Uber filed paperwork confidentially this week for its initial public offering, according to people familiar with the matter, as it races with smaller rival Lyft to be the first to market.

Trump's Tough China Tack Wins Over Skeptical CEOs

While business leaders at first thought President Trump’s confrontational approach on trade with China was the wrong way to go, some CEOs now see the administration’s trade fight as the best shot at resolving long-running intellectual-property grievances.
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Trump's Tough China Tack Wins Over Skeptical CEOs

While business leaders at first thought President Trump’s confrontational approach on trade with China was the wrong way to go, some CEOs now see the administration’s trade fight as the best shot at resolving long-running intellectual-property grievances.

Canadian Prosecutor Lays Out U.S. Allegations Against Huawei CFO

A Canadian prosecutor said Huawei’s finance chief was arrested because of U.S. allegations that she fraudulently covered up the Chinese tech giant’s control of a company was doing business in Iran.
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Canadian Prosecutor Lays Out U.S. Allegations Against Huawei CFO

A Canadian prosecutor said Huawei’s finance chief was arrested because of U.S. allegations that she fraudulently covered up the Chinese tech giant’s control of a company was doing business in Iran.

Uber Lays Groundwork for IPO

Uber filed paperwork confidentially this week for its initial public offering, as it races with smaller rival Lyft to be the first to market.
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Uber Lays Groundwork for IPO

Uber filed paperwork confidentially this week for its initial public offering, as it races with smaller rival Lyft to be the first to market.

Lyft Sets Stage for 2019 IPO

Lyft has filed confidential paperwork for its initial public offering, a key step that keeps the ride-hailing firm on pace to hit the public market early next year.
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Lyft Sets Stage for 2019 IPO

Lyft has filed confidential paperwork for its initial public offering, a key step that keeps the ride-hailing firm on pace to hit the public market early next year.

Booking a Hotel, Why Not Try Parasailing? Travel Sites Push Experiences

Airbnb, TripAdvisor and Expedia look to organize the roughly 80% of activities done by travelers that are now booked offline.
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Booking a Hotel, Why Not Try Parasailing? Travel Sites Push Experiences

Airbnb, TripAdvisor and Expedia look to organize the roughly 80% of activities done by travelers that are now booked offline.