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The trade war is already hurting US companies in China

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In a survey by two American chambers of commerce in China, nearly two-thirds of US firms who responded said the waves of new tariffs have harmed their business.

Apple event 2018: 3 new iPhones, new watch, not much else

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Fall is a time for cozy sweaters, pumpkin spice lattes and new iPhones.Apple's annual September press conference kicked off on Wednesday at the Steve...

America is now the world's largest oil producer

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Move over Russia and Saudi Arabia. America has reclaimed its throne atop the oil world.For the first time since 1973, the United States is the world's...

Amazon will sell and deliver live Christmas trees this year

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Amazon wants to sell everything for Christmas -- right down to a giant, live tree.This year the online retailer will sell a wide selection of living...

Porsche is making it easier to try out its cars

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Porsche is making it easier for people to get behind the wheel of its cars and SUVs without having to make any serious commitments.

Sprint and T-Mobile will have to wait longer to merge

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Sprint and T-Mobile will have to keep waiting.

Europe could hit tech companies with huge fines over terrorist content

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Tech companies that fail to remove terrorist content quickly could soon face major fines.The European Commission proposed new rules on Wednesday that...

Apple's big reveal and other news to know

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Apple is expected to unveil new iPhones and an updated Apple Watch at its annual press conference in Cupertino, California.

EU copyright showdown could reshape the internet

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It's a battle that could shape the future of the internet. The European Parliament is expected to vote Wednesday on a copyright proposal that has pitted artists including Paul McCartney against tech...

10 years after Lehman another crisis could happen

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Have the risks of another financial crisis been eliminated in the 10 years since the collapse of Lehman Brothers? Not entirely, according to Bank of England Governor Mark Carney.

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