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Trump considers big 'fine' over China intellectual property theft

Trump said the U.S. was considering a big "fine" as part of a probe into China's alleged theft of intellectual property.

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Rolls-Royce shares jump as commercial marine unit goes on the block

CEO Warren West is on a mission to restructure the company into three core units.

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Two-thirds of the UK’s gender pay gap cannot be explained, says statistics body

British women were paid almost ten percent less than male counterparts during 2017.

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Tiffany's holiday sales jump 8 percent, boosted by growth in China and Europe

Tiffany & Co. reported an 8 percent increase in net revenue during the 2017 holiday season.

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Ulta Beauty is among the retailers poised to benefit from tax cuts, Wells Fargo analyst says

Tax cuts and improving fundamentals will give Ulta Beauty and other retailers a boost, Wells Fargo analyst says.

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Boeing to form joint venture with Adient to develop airplane seats

Boeing and Adient have agreed to form a joint venture to develop and manufacture airplane seats, the companies said Tuesday.

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Southwest sues startup that monitored airfare changes

The six-count lawsuit alleges startup SWMonkey.com broke trademark laws and caused at least $5,000 in damage.

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Nestle sells US candy to Ferrero amid health push

Swiss food group Nestle agreed to sell its U.S. confectionery business to Italy's Ferrero for $2.8 billion.

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Social media entrepreneurs with big-name backers hope to change the way people read news

Zig introduces a new way to read the news by compiling stories from across the internet into a single app.

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Carillion collapse: Here's a list of the construction jobs that are most at risk

CNBC takes a look at some of the joint ventures that may be most affected by Carillion's collapse.

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BlackRock's Fink is 'extraordinarily hypocritical' to push social responsibility, says Sam Zell

The New York Times reports Fink will inform business leaders that their companies need to do more than just make profits.

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Bitcoin price drops 10 percent in an hour, falling below $12,000 to a six-week low

Bitcoin dipped to a six-week low Tuesday, as investors monitored warnings from regulators and reports of an escalated crackdown on the cryptocurrency market in China.

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Why 2018 will not be another perfect year for stocks

2018 is not an easy read and the market promises too many adventures for investors to be comfortable about a fairy tale ending.

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CVS bans photo manipulation for store beauty brands, will place alert label on others

CVS Health Monday said it will ban photo manipulation in its store-brand makeup displays, USA Today reports.

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Steve Jobs changed the future of laptops 10 years ago today

It took rival laptop makers years to catch up to the MacBook Air, The Verge reports.

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China is reportedly raising the bar on its cryptocurrency crackdown

Beijing plans to block domestic access to Chinese and offshore cryptocurrency platforms that allow centralized trading, it was reported Monday.

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Kroger is said to consider buying online wholesaler Boxed for up to $500 million

Grocery chain Kroger has considered buying online wholesaler Boxed, according to a person familiar with the matter.

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Walmart’s timing is 'ridiculous,' ‘there’s no strategy here,’ says brand analyst

Walmart dominated the news with pay raises only to upstage itself by the closure of 63 of its Sam's Club stores.

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Planetary Resources' new satellite launch is big step in the mission to mine water from asteroids

An Indian-built PSLV rocket successfully deployed 31 satellites from seven countries into orbit Friday.

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The US Army files a complaint about the team name and colors of NHL's Vegas Golden Knights

The US Army, citing its parachute team, filed a complaint about the name and colors of the Vegas Golden Knights NHL team.

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GameStop tanks 11% after it says people are not upgrading smartphones at phone-selling locations

GameStop stock dropped 11 percent in trading Friday after the company announced it expects impairment charges of between $350 million to $400 million.

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Closing some Sam's Club stores allows Walmart to focus on what works, says ex-US chief

The closure or conversion of 10 percent of Sam's Club locations is a good move for Walmart, says Bill Simon.

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China cracks down on foreign companies calling Taiwan, other regions countries

China's aviation authority demanded an apology from Delta Air Lines for listing Taiwan and Tibet as countries on its website.

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US business inventories rise in November

U.S. business inventories rose slightly more than expected in November and figures for the prior month were revised higher.

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Fiat Chrysler to invest more than $1 billion in Michigan plant and give $2,000 bonuses in response to tax reform

CEO Sergio Marchionne said in a statement that these announcements reflect the company's ongoing commitment to manufacturing in the U.S.

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Markets could weaken by mid-2018 amid tax reform's 'horrendous' timing, Morgan Stanley projects

One strategist argues that tax reform-fueled earnings growth provides a lower quality bump compared to previous cycles.

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