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The Wall Street Journal: Pompeo faces combative Foreign Relations panel unhappy with North Korea talks and Putin summit

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday defended the Trump administration’s foreign policy in front of a skeptical Foreign Relations Committee.


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Knowing what your boss earns has a very different effect on productivity.


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The Margin: Elon Musk allegedly silences one of his short-selling critics by calling his boss

He’s growing more and more irritable. He starts nasty Twitter feuds. He lashes out at the media when they don’t lavish him with praise. In the eyes of his most staunch supporters, he can do no wrong. And for the haters, he’s beyond redemption.


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Activist investor Dan Loeb says it isn’t trade-war conflicts that could present the most significant pain for the stock market over the near term.


Ivanka Trump’s clothing likely to be ‘given away or sold at fire-sale prices’ after the brand shutters

With Ivanka Trump's apparel brand shutting down, experts have differing theories about what will happen to the remaining merchandise.


Howard Gold's No-Nonsense Investing: Boomers and upper-middle class to America: Don’t blame us for economy’s problems

Wealth inequality in the U.S. has more to do with corporate interests and the ultra-rich, writes Howard Gold.


Religious people spend less money on groceries

A series of studies published in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology casts light on the intersection of God and commerce.


Capitol Report: Get ready for the GDP hot takes

When the GDP report arrives, so will a round of “yes, but,” and finger pointing and “won’t you ever give Trump at least some credit?”


Currencies: Dollar weakens as U.S. and EU trade talks come into focus

The U.S. dollar slips broadly against its currency rivals Wednesday.


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