Exxon Touts Carbon Tax to Oil Industry

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Exxon is ramping up its lobbying of other energy firms to support a carbon tax, marking a shift in the oil giant’s approach to climate change.

California Attorney General Investigating Major Oil Refiners

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California’s attorney general has issued subpoenas to major oil refiners as part of an investigation into whether the companies artificially raised retail gasoline prices in the state, according to people familiar with the matter

IMF Urges Policy Makers to Prepare Brexit Contingency Plans

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Brexit-fueled uncertainty is the biggest risk to the global economy as financial market tremors from the U.K.’s decision to exit the EU could further shake the world, the International Monetary Fund warned.

Puerto Rico's Population Loss Deepens Economic Crisis

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Puerto Rico has suffered a 9% population decline in the past decade, worsening the island’s debt crisis and challenging the survival of its hospitals and health-care system.

Why Old Friend Must Lead UniCredit Down Hard Road

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Italy’s biggest lender has bought back its former investment bank chief to become CEO, he now needs to act like a ruthless outsider.

Brexit Is No Bust for U.S. Manufacturing

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An improving U.S. manufacturing sector is expected to stay on track regardless of Brexit.

Mondelez Makes Takeover Bid for Hershey

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Mondelez made a bid to buy chocolate giant Hershey in what would be a blockbuster deal uniting two of the world’s best-known candy makers.

Brexit, the Pound and Stock Prices: A Volatile Mix

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Sterling is the swing factor for investors. It may yet fall further to help the U.K. economy to adjust.

Anti-Immigration Feelings Aren't Driven by Economic Anxiety

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Current anti-immigration rhetoric blames the foreign-born for job losses and low wages. But evidence for a link between economic circumstances and public acceptance of immigrants is weak, suggesting ways to counter populist opposition, Greg Ip writes.

EU Opens Probe Into AB InBev's Trade in Belgian Beer Market

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The European Union opened a formal antitrust probe into Anheuser-Busch InBev’s practices on the Belgian beer market, citing concerns it may be hindering imports of its beer from less expensive markets in neighboring countries.

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