Boeing Becomes Latest Company to Draw Trump's Ire

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President-elect Donald Trump suggested the U.S. government should cancel a planned order with Boeing for a new version of Air Force One, making the aircraft maker the latest company to come under scrutiny by the incoming commander-in-chief.

Sticker Books for Grown-Ups: Inside a Publishing Incubator

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How a children’s publisher is making Beyoncé, Madonna and the Mona Lisa into paint-by-number sticker books.

Fed May Struggle to Signal What Comes After December

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When Federal Reserve officials meet next week, agreeing to raise short-term interest rates will be the easy part. The trickier task could be debating the likely path of interest rates in the months and years ahead.

Fast Fashion: How a Zara Coat Went From Design to Fifth Avenue in 25 Days

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Following one coat’s journey from Zara’s design workshop in Spain to retail display rack in Manhattan offers an inside look at the fast-fashion model that has made parent company Inditex the world’s biggest fashion retailer by sales.

Ad Agencies Probed Over Contracts to Produce Commercials

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The U.S. Justice Department is investigating whether advertising agencies manipulated the bidding process for contracts to produce commercials in order to favor their own in-house units.

AT&T CEO: Time Warner Deal Would 'Disrupt' Cable TV Model

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AT&T Inc. Chairman Randall Stephenson plans to tell senators Wednesday his company’s deal with Time Warner Inc. will “disrupt” the long-established cable TV model in ways that will benefit consumers, according to his prepared testimony.

Supreme Court: Lower Court Should Reconsider What Samsung Owes Apple

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The Supreme Court Tuesday ruled a lower court should reconsider how much money Samsung owes rival Apple for infringing patents on the iPhone’s design.

The Economy's Hidden Problem: We're Out of Big Ideas

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There is a yawning chasm between what innovation promises for the economy and what it is delivering. Outside of personal technology, improvements in everyday life have been incremental, not revolutionary. A Wall Street Journal series explains why that is and looks at ways to reboot.

Tillerson, Secretary of State Candidate, Has Ties to Putin

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Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson’s connections to Vladimir Putin and other world leaders could redefine American interests abroad, but his appointment would introduce potential conflicts of interest.

New York City Council to Consider Laws on Employee Hours, Scheduling

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New York City lawmakers are introducing legislation to require employers to offer their workers more predictable schedules and opportunities to work more hours, in an effort to help low-wage workers.

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