Fed Isn't Ready to Cut Balance Sheet

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Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen and other top central bank officials are in no hurry to reduce their $4.5 trillion portfolio of securities and other assets, effectively pushing back on several regional Fed bank presidents who have suggested starting the process this year.

Renault-Nissan's Ghosn Sees Paris as Hurdle to Auto Merger

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It took Carlos Ghosn nearly two decades to turn over the helm of Nissan Motor Co. to a successor. At 62 years old, he has far less time to check off a task he has yet to complete: put the French government in its place.

CEOs and Donald Trump Trade Policy Proposals

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President Donald Trump convened the leaders of some of the country’s biggest manufacturers at the White House to share proposals for overhauling corporate taxes and regulations, and reviving the manufacturing sector.

Where Are The Toilets? Order Glut Stretches Giant Jet Makers to Limit

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Steep production increases, caused by rapid airline expansion, are straining the supply chain that serves Airbus and Boeing. Suppliers of seats, toilets and engine parts are struggling to keep up.

HP Enterprise Posts Steep Revenue Drop, Lowers Outlook

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise suffered its steepest drop in quarterly revenue since it split from the PC and printer business, and lowered its outlook for the year, suggesting further weakness in corporate tech spending.

Sina-Weibo: How to Invest in a Successful Version of Twitter

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Advertising income has surged at Twitter’s Chinese counterpart, Weibo, as short video ads and live streaming take off.

Tesla Faces Life After Subsidies In Hong Kong, 'Beacon City' For Electric Cars

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Hong Kong, one of Tesla’s best markets in the world, is curbing an electric vehicle subsidy, which could prove very painful.

Alphabet's Waymo Sues Uber Over Self-Driving Car Secrets

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Google parent Alphabet’s heated rivalry with Uber over self-driving cars has spilled into the courthouse, after the internet giant sued the ride-hailing company for allegedly stealing trade secrets to jump-start its own autonomous vehicle program.

Border-Adjustment Tax Divides Energy Sector

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The proposal could benefit companies that export fuel products or sell domestic crude by making imported oil more expensive, but it also could hurt companies that must import crude from other countries.

Disney Lays Off About 80 From Maker Studios

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Walt Disney Co. is laying off about 80 people as it radically shrinks the number of YouTube creators supported by its Maker Studios unit.

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