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The Wall Street Journal: Germany holds up Greece’s final bailout payment

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London Markets: FTSE 100 steps higher, pound falls as Trump criticizes ‘soft Brexit’ plan

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The Wall Street Journal: Wilbur Ross says he’ll sell equity investments after ‘inadvertent errors’

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross agreed Thursday to sell all of his equity investments after acknowledging that he failed to sell some holdings as required by ethics agreements.


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NLRB alleges Elon Musk coerced Tesla workers against forming union: report

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The Wall Street Journal: Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay $4.69 billion in suit linking baby powder to cancer

A jury in St. Louis found Thursday that Johnson & Johnson should pay $4.69 billion in damages to 22 women and their families who blamed ovarian-cancer cases on asbestos in the company’s iconic baby powder, the biggest single verdict in such cases so far.


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