Technology's Long-Term Toll on the Middle Class

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Keywords: The ‘fourth industrial revolution,’ marked by rapid innovation in automation, artificial intelligence and other areas, will cause income inequality. But tech can also solve it, writes Christopher Mims.

Global Uncertainty Gets Brushed Off in the U.S. and Europe

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Consumers and businesses in the U.S. and Europe appear undaunted by the prospect of profound political change on both sides of the Atlantic and may even be encouraged by it.

A+E Networks Chief Tests Limits in Bid to Revive Channels' Fortunes

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A+E Networks, run by CEO Nancy Dubuc, is a prime example of a mid-tier cable company under pressure to revamp its brands to survive an age of slimmer television channel bundles and on-demand streaming services.

Retrial of Former Dewey Leaders to Start

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A new trial is slated to begin Monday in a financial fraud case brought against defunct New York law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf’s executives, a year and a half after an earlier attempt to place criminal blame on the one-time leaders ended in a mistrial.

Trump on Trade: Peace Through Strength

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While Donald Trump’s inaugural address echoed the same nationalist themes that carried him to victory in November, he and his advisers have emanated a subtler message in other forums, writes Greg Ip.

Donald Trump's Inauguration Brings in Over 30 Million Viewers

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An audience of 30.6 million people tuned in to watch Donald Trump’s inauguration as president, falling short of 37.8 million who watched Barack Obama’s first swearing in eight years ago, according to Nielsen.

Samsung Probe Blames Battery Size for Galaxy Note 7 Fires

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An investigation into the cause of faulty batteries that led Samsung Electronics to pull all of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones last year found that some batteries were irregularly sized, causing overheating, while others had manufacturing problems.

U.S. Oil Producers Ramp Up Spending

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U.S. oil producers, optimistic that higher crude prices are here to stay, have issued 2017 budgets that call for dramatically greater spending to tap new wells.

Trump Administration Portends Numerous Changes in Space Policies

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President Donald Trump and his senior advisers are signaling potentially big shifts in both military and civilian space policies, and the first move could come by Monday.

Where Trump's Protectionism Could Hit the Hardest

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For all the talk of U.S. trade frictions with China under Donald Trump, one of the biggest losers if U.S. imports drop would be the rest of Asia.

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