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Qualcomm Can Dig a Little Deeper for NXP As Qualcomm waits for its NXP deal to get regulatory approval, activist investor Elliott Management has said the chip maker is worth more.
Wall Street Journal | 11 hours, 19 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
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Trump Trade Representative Attacks WTO for 'Losing Focus' President Donald Trump's chief trade adviser blasted the World Trade Organization Monday for “losing its essential focus” and becoming “a litigation-centered organization” that has failed to enforcing existing rules.
Wall Street Journal | 12 hours, 28 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Stop Talking About Bitcoin's Market Cap Enthusiasts say bitcoin is taking over the world. But comparisons to real companies, currencies and countries are flawed measures for the cryptocurrency.
Wall Street Journal | 13 hours, 29 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Despite Mergers, Hospitals Are in Serious Condition American hospitals have a target on their backs. The latest merger talk is an attempt to rally their strength, but industry payers' battle against high health-care costs shows no sign of letting up.
Wall Street Journal | 13 hours, 37 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
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Amid North Korea Tensions, a Narrow Diplomatic Window Opens The pace of North Korea's nuclear and missile tests has slowed considerably in recent weeks and history suggests it will remain low in the coming weeks, providing a narrow diplomatic opportunity for a negotiated resolution to the crisis, writes Gerald F
Wall Street Journal | 14 hours, 53 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
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European Finance Chiefs Hit Out at U.S. Tax Plans Europe's five largest economies warned the U.S. its planned corporate tax reform could violate the country's double-taxation treaties and breach world trade rules.
Wall Street Journal | 14 hours, 57 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Europe's Healing Starts and Ends with Greece Greece, the place where Europe's sovereign-debt crisis first emerged, finally looks like it could escape its bailout years. Yield-hungry bond investors are smartly going along for the ride.
Wall Street Journal | 15 hours, 10 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Another Sign of Frothy Markets: Blank-Check Boom Would you invest in a company that couldn't tell you what its business was going to be? Some would, in fact they are doing so in record amounts.
Wall Street Journal | 16 hours ago | comment? | recommend
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Devil's in the DNA: The Tasmanian Tiger's Demise Is a Tale of Bad Genes The Tasmanian tiger frightened European settlers, who put a bounty on its head. A new study mapping the tiger's genetic code found it was anything but fearsome—the wolflike marsupial, that some Australians believe still exists in its last island stron
Wall Street Journal | 16 hours, 7 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
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Putin Declares Victory in Surprise Visit to Syria Russian President Vladimir Putin paid a surprise visit to a military air base in Syria, marking a mission-accomplished moment for the leader months ahead of a presidential election.
Wall Street Journal | 20 hours, 9 minutes ago | comment? | recommend