Yahoo Faces SEC Probe Over Data Breaches

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U.S. authorities are investigating whether Yahoo’s two massive data breaches should have been reported sooner to investors, according to people familiar with the matter.

Luxury Brands Struggle to Steer Iranians Away From Knockoffs

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Iranians love high fashion, but luxury companies planning to tap Persian appetite for designer clothes and bags are facing stiff competition from their very own brands—albeit fake ones.

Trump's Attacks on Outsourcing Put Companies on Guard

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Leaders of companies with production and IT operations in countries like India, China and the Philippines worry they will come under scrutiny from Donald Trump, and some are exploring alternatives.

More Babies in China Worth Celebrating---but Mind the Data

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Official data shows Chinese women had the most children since 2000 in 2016, but questions remain over whether the data is reliable.

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.

United Airlines Says Flight Problem Resolved

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United Continental Holdings Inc. had a computer issue Sunday evening that caused it to ask the Federal Aviation Administration to put into effect a “ground stop” for its arriving and departing flights.

Why Samsung's Battery Fix Gets a Grade C, For Now

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After its two Note 7 recalls, Samsung’s work on re-establishing trust with consumers and bringing changes to the industry is still incomplete, write Geoffrey A. Fowler and Joanna Stern.

Foxconn Considers $7 Billion Investment to Build U.S. Factory

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Foxconn founder Terry Gou says the Taiwan company is looking for incentives to build a flat-panel screen factory in the U.S.

Samsung Blames Galaxy Note 7 Overheating on Problems at Suppliers

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The South Korean smartphone giant says manufacturing and battery design problems at two suppliers led to the recall of 2.5 million devices.

Technology's Long-Term Toll on the Middle Class

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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.

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