Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin Sees Tax Overhaul by August

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Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin laid out ambitious goals to secure a tax-code overhaul by August and to deliver economic growth at rates not seen in more than a decade in his first interview in his new job.

Cruise Operator Wants You on a Slow Boat From China

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A Shanghai shipyard will build the first oceangoing cruise ships ever constructed in China, as the global cruise industry chases surging Chinese demand for foreign travel.

Glencore Returns to Profit on Commodities Boom

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Glencore swung into the black last year on surging commodity prices, an eye-popping recovery for the Swiss mining giant, which a year earlier reported billions of dollars in losses.

Peugeot Resumes Dividend as Profit Jumps

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Peugeot, the French car maker in advanced talks to buy the European operations of General Motors, will pay its first dividend for six years after posting a sharp rise in net profit for 2016.

Carlos Ghosn Steps Back From Nissan CEO Role

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Pressure is likely to grow on Nissan and Renault to merge and it isn’t clear if anyone can replicate the role he built as a globe-trotting leader of both companies.

Apple to Open New Campus; Theater Named for Steve Jobs

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Apple will open its new California campus in April. One of co-founder Steve Jobs’s final projects, the cost of Apple Park is expected to be in the range of $3 billion to $5 billion.

Fed Minutes: Officials See Rate Increases 'Fairly Soon'

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Federal Reserve officials at their latest meeting anticipated raising short-term interest rates “fairly soon” in light of an improving economy and the possibility that the Trump administration’s proposed economic policies could push inflation up faster than anticipated.

Immigrant Crackdown Worries Food and Construction Industries

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U.S. companies are girding for fallout from the Trump administration’s moves to tighten immigration enforcement, with farmers, food companies and builders among those bracing for possible deportations of workers that some fear could leave businesses short-staffed.

Trump's Hard Line on Immigration Collides With U.S. Demographics

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President Trump hopes to deliver growth above 3% in the coming decade, which would be hard in the best of times. He and Republicans seem intent on making it harder by putting the brakes on immigration, Greg Ip writes.

Tesla Sets Aggressive Production Plan for Model 3

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Tesla Inc. laid out an aggressive production plan to bring out the new Model 3 sedan by year’s end, raising the likelihood the auto maker will need to raise more cash to support the rollout.

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