OMB Pick Mulvaney Wants Changes to Social Security, Medicare

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Rep. Mick Mulvaney, President Donald Trump’s pick to run the Office of Management and Budget, said he would advocate for reducing spending on Social Security and Medicare despite the clear contradiction with Mr. Trump’s own campaign promises to protect benefits.

Trump Looks to Mend Fences With Detroit Car Makers

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President Donald Trump told bosses of the Detroit three car makers that he would work to ease environmental regulations, cut corporate taxes and push for economic policies favorable to U.S. manufacturing, in an effort to mend fences with an industry that he spent months criticizing.

Canadian National Railway Profit Rises

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Canadian National Railway said its fourth-quarter profit rose as shipping volumes along several key lines improved, but revenue came in slightly below analysts’ expectations.

Trump Takes Action to Revive Keystone, Dakota Pipelines

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President Trump moved to revive the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines, projects that were rejected under the Obama administration.

Lack of Blockbuster Nominees Could Hurt Oscars Viewership

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With not a single blockbuster hit, this year’s crop of best-picture Oscar nominees appears to be the least commercially successful since the Academy expanded the category to more than five films.

Find My AirPods: Apple Now Helps You Locate Your Little Lost Earphone

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Apple’s Find My iPhone app will include a feature that uses AirPods’ wireless technology to track their whereabouts when you inevitably misplace the tiny things.

DuPont Pushes Back Dow Deal Closing Date

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DuPont pushed back the closing date for its merger with Dow Chemical, as European antitrust authorities scrutinize the companies’ agricultural businesses.

Lockheed Martin 2017 Guidance Falls Short

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Lockheed Martin reported forecast-beating fourth-quarter earnings, though its initial 2017 profit guidance was less than expected and triggered a drop in the company’s shares.

Nortel Networks Wins Approval to Distribute $7.3 Billion to Creditors

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Nortel Networks Corp. won approval to start distributing $7.3 billion to creditors, a major step in the long-running demise of the telecommunications company.

Do We Still Need the Keystone Pipeline?

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Energy firms cheered news that President Trump took actions to revive two stalled pipeline projects.

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