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Global Growth Cools, Leaving Scars of ’08 Unhealed

Supported by Global Growth Cools, Leaving Scars of ’08 Unhealed Image A textile factory in China. The country’s growth is slowing more than experts anticipated.CreditCreditAgence France-Presse — Getty Images By Peter S. Goodman Dec. 1, 2018 LONDON — Only a few months ago, the world’s fortunes appeared increasingly robust. For ...

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Microsoft Is Worth as Much as Apple. How Did That Happen?

Supported by Microsoft Is Worth as Much as Apple. How Did That Happen? Image Microsoft’s stock price has nearly tripled since Satya Nadella became chief executive in 2014.CreditCreditTed S. Warren/Associated Press By Steve Lohr Nov. 29, 2018 Just a few years ago, Microsoft was seen as a lumbering has-been of ...

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Two Words from Fed Chairman Jerome Powell Sent Markets Soaring

Supported by Two Words from Fed Chairman Jerome Powell Sent Markets Soaring Image Jerome H. Powell, the Federal Reserve chairman, speaking at the Economic Club of New York on Wednesday. His remarks raised hopes among investors that the central bank was closer to ending its push to raise interest rates.CreditCreditCarlo ...

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What’s Behind the G.M. Cutbacks, and Why Trump Is Angry

Supported by What’s Behind the G.M. Cutbacks, and Why Trump Is Angry The White House signaled that the automaker could suffer for planning thousands of layoffs, but the company says the course is essential to its future. Image Assembly-line workers at the Detroit-Hamtramck plant where General Motors has made the ...

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Netflix for Conservatives? Fox News Introduces Fox Nation, a Streaming App

Supported by Netflix for Conservatives? Fox News Introduces Fox Nation, a Streaming App Image Jesse Watters, a host on Fox Nation, during a rehearsal. The streaming service will provide archives of Mr. Watters’s man-on-the-street interviews, which originally aired on “The O’Reilly Factor.”CreditCreditJeenah Moon for The New York Times By Michael ...

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The New New World: How Cheap Labor Drives China’s A.I. Ambitions

Supported by The New New World How Cheap Labor Drives China’s A.I. Ambitions Image Workers at the headquarters of Ruijin Technology Company in Jiaxian, in central China’s Henan Province. They identify objects in images to help artificial intelligence make sense of the world.CreditCreditYan Cong for The New York Times By ...

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Marijuana Legalization Threatens These Dogs’ Collars

Image Dogs like Tulo “have the same behavior for any drug that they’ve been trained on,” said Tommy Klein, the police chief of Rifle, Colo.CreditCreditRyan David Brown for The New York Times SectionsSkip to contentSkip to site index Marijuana Legalization Threatens These Dogs’ Collars Drug-sniffing dogs that are trained to ...

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Nissan’s Board Removes Carlos Ghosn as Chairman After His Arrest

Supported by Nissan’s Board Removes Carlos Ghosn as Chairman After His Arrest Image Nissan’s chairman, Carlos Ghosn, seen above on the screen, was arrested in Tokyo on Monday over a suspected breach of Japanese financial laws.CreditCreditTakashi Aoyama/Getty Images By Motoko Rich Nov. 22, 2018 TOKYO — Nissan’s board of directors ...

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