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First Chinese takeover of US group under Trump gets go-ahead
First Chinese takeover of US group under Trump gets go-ahead

Regulatory green light for Beijing-controlled semiconductor group’s Akrion purchase

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Instagram users are promoting economic policy for pay
Instagram users are promoting economic policy for pay

Hoping to generate youth interest in state finances, Singapore's finance ministry paid 50 users to post on the annual economic blueprint.

- Nyshka Chandran




China is revealing its 2017 GDP. Here's what analysts expect
China is revealing its 2017 GDP. Here's what analysts expect

China reports fourth-quarter GDP figures on Thursday at 3pm HK/SIN.

- Huileng Tan




Trump Unveils ‘Fake News Awards’ as Senators Decry Press Attacks
Trump Unveils ‘Fake News Awards’ as Senators Decry Press Attacks

President Donald Trump announced the recipients of his so-called Fake News Awards, on Wednesday, his latest attack on the press that has drawn objections from within his own party.

- Toluse Olorunnipa




Hawaii Officials Apologize for Releasing Wrong Image of Missile Warning Screen
Hawaii Officials Apologize for Releasing Wrong Image of Missile Warning Screen

The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency said it provided the wrong image when it released a screenshot of what the employee who launched the mistaken ballistic missile warning would have seen

- Ian Lovett




White House Lawyer Asked Bannon to Cite Privilege
White House Lawyer Asked Bannon to Cite Privilege

Steve Bannon, the former chief strategist for President Donald Trump, was asked formally by a White House lawyer to cite executive privilege in declining to discuss conversations with key administration officials, triggering a battle with House investigators …

- Billy House, Shannon Pettypiece, Jennifer Jacobs




iOS update will let users decide if they want Apple to slow down older iPhones or not
iOS update will let users decide if they want Apple to slow down older iPhones or not

Apple CEO Tim Cook said an upcoming iOS update will allow users to turn off a software function that purposefully slows down phones with older batteries.

- Todd Haselton




South Korea considers closing all virtual currency exchanges
South Korea considers closing all virtual currency exchanges

Choi Jong-ku, chief of the country's Financial Services Commission, announced the news on Thursday.

- Reuters




Tillerson signals US diplomatic push for Syria solution
Tillerson signals US diplomatic push for Syria solution

Secretary of state calls on Russia to use ‘unique leverage’ over Assad

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Goldman rebuilds after trading arm suffers a beating
Goldman rebuilds after trading arm suffers a beating

Bank asks for time to find corporate clients to replace hedge funds in core business

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China bulls should be worried their view is now the consensus
China bulls should be worried their view is now the consensus

Momentum is with China but a rising dollar or a trade war with the US are biggest threats

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Macron and May weave joint initiatives to conceal Brexit fallout
Macron and May weave joint initiatives to conceal Brexit fallout

Defence, economic and cultural collaboration to be announced as they meet near London

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Toshiba Agrees to Sell Westinghouse Assets, Boosting Capital
Toshiba Agrees to Sell Westinghouse Assets, Boosting Capital

Toshiba Corp. has agreed to sell claims in its Westinghouse U.S. nuclear unit to bolster its capital by 410 billion yen ($3.68 billion) by March, helping it resolve negative shareholder equity and avoid being delisted.

- Pavel Alpeyev




Pimco Says Lack of Fear in Markets Means You Should Be Worried
Pimco Says Lack of Fear in Markets Means You Should Be Worried

One of the world’s largest money managers says you should fear the lack of fear in markets.

- Adam Haigh




Trump Calls Apple’s Overseas Cash Return ‘Huge Win’ for U.S.
Trump Calls Apple’s Overseas Cash Return ‘Huge Win’ for U.S.

President Donald Trump said in a tweet Wednesday that Apple Inc.’s decision to bring hundreds of billions of overseas dollars back to the U.S. is a “huge win for American workers and the USA!”

- Joshua Gallu




Digital currency plunge may be healthy for cryptocurrency market
Digital currency plunge may be healthy for cryptocurrency market

The cryptocurrency market rout may be the beginning of a needed washout that digital currency enthusiasts have been waiting for.

- Evelyn Cheng




A New Way to Carry Out Trades at Market Close Gets SEC Approval
A New Way to Carry Out Trades at Market Close Gets SEC Approval

Cboe Global Markets Inc. got regulators’ permission to challenge its chief rivals in U.S. equities, the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market, during their crucial end-of-day auctions.

- Annie Massa




May’s Date to Make Up With Trump in Davos Is on Ice
May’s Date to Make Up With Trump in Davos Is on Ice

Theresa May’s hopes of thawing frosty relations with Donald Trump at a meeting on the slopes of Davos next week look to be fading, according to people familiar with the matter.

- Tim Ross




Apple is giving $2,500 stock awards to some employees
Apple is giving $2,500 stock awards to some employees

The average Apple salary is $101,000, according to third-party data source Paysa.

- Anita Balakrishnan




Wanda Starts Selling Global Projects Amid Cash Crunch Threat
Wanda Starts Selling Global Projects Amid Cash Crunch Threat

Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin, faced with a quarter of his $2 billion in Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties Co.’s overseas debt coming due in March, is selling off the majority of his global hotel and development projects.

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