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UFC 220 Main Event Preview: Facts And Numbers For Stipe Miocic Vs. Francis Ngannou

UFC 220 takes place on Saturday from TD Garden in Boston. Here are some facts, stats and numbers to prepare you for the main event between heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic and challenger Francis Ngannou.

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Errol Spence Vs. Lamont Peterson: Preview, Prediction, Odds And Purse Info

On Saturday, Errol Spence will defend his title against Lamont Peterson at the Barclays Center.

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Manhattan DA Raids Newsweek Media Group Office In Long-Running Probe

This story was originally published on Newsweek.com Investigators for the Manhattan District Attorney raided Newsweek Media Group's offices on Thursday, removing 18 computer servers as part of a long-running probe into the company’s finances, ac

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The Biggest Challenge Facing China's Billionaires Is, Surprisingly, A Lack Of Money

Despite their super-rich status, one critical factor determining the longevity of China’s billionaires is ironically the lack of access to finance

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TWICE Leads JYP Entertainment To Become No. 2 K-Pop Agency

K-pop's "Big 3" entertainment company ranking shifted as the stock market revealed that JYP Entertainment had overtaken YG Entertainment as the second-best valued Korean music label.

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South Korean group files complaint against Apple CEO over iPhone slowdown

SEOUL (Reuters) - A South Korean consumer group has filed a criminal complaint against Apple Inc CEO Tim Cook over slower iPhone devices, after probes in Europe into allegations the firm had deliberately shortened the life of its handsets.

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Exclusive: U.S. puts HNA deals on ice until it gets ownership info - source

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. government will not approve any investment by HNA Group until the Chinese conglomerate, which has been scrutinized around the world over its ownership structure, provides adequate information on who its shareholders are, a s

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Salman Khan's Bajrangi Bhaijaan Snags China Release Date

If Bajrangi Bhaijaan can earn, say, $25 million or more in China, it could open the doors for more films from India to enter the Chinese market.

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SEC questions prospects of bitcoin ETFs

(Reuters) - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has questioned the prospects of bitcoin exchange-traded funds saying there are a significant number of investor protection issues about cryptocurrencies and related products that need to be exa

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#TouristGoHome? Spain Becomes World's #2 Tourist Destination

As Spain becomes the world's second most popular tourist destination, will the #touristgohome movement grow in response?

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2018 CEO BizAv Outlook: Aircraft Sales, Charter, Jet Cards, Pilot Shortages, Fuel Prices And Taxes

Barbarians be gone. For 2018, it's the bulls that are at the gates of business aviation, and after a difficult decade, this could be the year they break through and make their run.

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Does This Alfa Romeo Beauty Have What It Takes To Challenge Germany's Best?

The Giulia set a precedent in sports sedans. Now Alfa Romeo is attempting to redefine the luxury crossover segment with its first-ever SUV, the Stelvio.

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MetLife, U.S. regulators agree to set aside legal fight

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. government and MetLife Inc announced on Thursday they would jointly seek to dismiss an appeal over whether the insurance company should face stricter oversight as a key part of the financial system.

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Possible Buffett successor Jain reports $109 million Berkshire stake

(Reuters) - Ajit Jain, who was recently appointed a vice chairman of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc , on Thursday reported ownership of roughly $109 million of the conglomerate's stock.

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Errol Spence Is One Of The Best Boxers In The World; Here's How To Make Him A Star

Hardcore boxing fans know who Errol Spence is. But here's how he can become a mainstream star.

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Asia stocks near record highs, U.S. funding woes weigh on dollar

TOKYO (Reuters) - Asia stocks edged higher on Friday and were within reach of record highs, although losses on Wall Street slowed the advance, while worries over a possible U.S. government shutdown weighed on the dollar.

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How the zipper became a million dollar idea

The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the zipper became a million dollar idea.

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America Need Not Remain Solar Powerless In The Face Of Trade Abuse

President Trump is deciding what action to take in response to a unanimous finding by the US ITC that Chinese firms conspired to dump solar panels, harming U.S. firms. The decision may determine the fate of America's remaining manufacturing sectors includ

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Casual workers five times more likely to become jobless than permanent employees, study finds

Research for the TUC also showed that casual work was "rarely" a stepping stone to finding a better job

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At AstraZeneca, fewer drug projects bring big productivity jump

LONDON (Reuters) - A focus on fewer diseases, together with cuts in laboratories and staff, has delivered a more than fourfold increase in research productivity at drugmaker AstraZeneca , based on one key measure of success. The analysis published on F

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Fighting for flexible working hours

Less than half of parents feel flexible working is an option in their workplace.

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Britain’s most successful companies have women in senior roles

Britain’s most successful companies tend to have a large proportion of women in senior management roles but the UK lags behind the US and Australia on diversity at the top, new research suggests.

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Festive revellers spent less on food, taking a toll on restaurants

Britain’s pub and restaurant industry looks to have suffered a tough Christmas as festive revellers curbed their spending on food.

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ADT IPO Prices Well Below Expectations

Home-security company ADT’s initial public offering priced sharply below its expected range on Thursday, a setback for what is likely to be one of the biggest IPOs of the year.

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White House Considering San Francisco Fed's Williams for Fed Vice Chairman

The White House is considering John Williams, the president of the San Francisco Fed, as a candidate to serve as the vice chairman of Federal Reserve Board in Washington, according to people familiar with the matter.

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IBM Revenue Grows for the First Time Since 2012

International Business Machines Corp. reported higher revenue for the first time in 23 quarters and signaled continued growth into 2018, giving Chief Executive Ginni Rometty breathing space as she tries to turn around the century-old tech giant.

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American Express Reports First Loss in Quarter-Century

American Express recorded its first quarterly loss in a quarter-century and said it would suspend its share-buyback program as it absorbed a hit from tax changes in the U.S.

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HSBC to pay $100m in currency rigging settlement

HSBC has agreed to pay just over $100m (£72m) in penalties to settle a US Department of Justice probe into currency rigging.

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Amazon's People Power

Tech giant’s huge employee base will need to get even bigger to keep up with expected growth.

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