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Tax reform: How would the GOP handle a $1.2 trillion loss?

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The average person doesn't get it. President Trump doesn't love it. Businesses are divided over it. Many lawmakers are dubious about it or just flat out opposed.

Samsung heir arrested in corruption scandal

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The heir to the Samsung business empire has been arrested on corruption allegations.

Unilever says no to takeover bid by Kraft Heinz

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Kraft Heinz, the food conglomerate backed by legendary investor Warren Buffett, said Friday that it made a takeover offer for European consumer products king Unilever. But Unilever said no to a deal.

Three ways Republicans want to replace Obamacare

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Congressional Republicans are finally starting to flesh out their plans to replace Obamacare.

Samsung arrest; Trump visits Boeing; Investors pause

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1. Samsung scandal takes new turn: The de facto leader of Samsung -- South Korea's biggest conglomerate -- has been arrested on corruption allegations.

Automakers hope to catch a break from Trump on fuel economy rules

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America's automakers are hoping to get the Trump administration to revisit strict fuel economy and emissions requirements laid down by the Obama White House.

U.S. auto workers hate NAFTA ... but love robots

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Sal Moceri gets visibly agitated at the very mention of the word "NAFTA." He thinks the trade deal killed the American Dream.

Snapchat sets IPO valuation of up to $22 billion

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Snap Inc., the company that brought you disappearing messages and puking rainbow filters, may soon be worth more than $20 billion.

Investors pause; Wendy's earnings; Air France takes flight

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1. Time to take a breather?: The Dow Jones industrial average, S&P 500 and Nasdaq have all closed at record highs for five consecutive days, something investors haven't seen since 1992.

Former Google CEO says everyone forgot about criminals when building the internet

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When people built the internet, they forgot about the bad guys. At least, that's according to Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Alphabet and former Google CEO.

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