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Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The administration officials who gave President Donald Trump's tax plan a splashy debut in recent days seem to have caught the exaggeration bug from their boss....
ISTANBUL (AP) -- In a move that social media users called censorship, a Turkish court on Saturday blocked access to Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia, enforcing an earlier restriction by Turkey's telecommunications watchdog....
USSEAU, France (AP) -- French presidential front-runner Emmanuel Macron hunted Saturday for votes in rural France where his far-right opponent, Marine Le Pen, is making inroads among country folk who feel left behind....
BRUSSELS (AP) -- European Union leaders vowed Saturday to stand shoulder-to-shoulder behind their negotiating team during the divorce proceedings with Britain and warned that demands from British Prime Minister Theresa May will be dealt with "firmly."...
NEW YORK (AP) -- When it comes to avoiding conflicts of interest in the White House, President Donald Trump has ripped up the playbook in his first 100 days....
      
Wall Street Journal
These company CEOs will be providing insights into their businesses and industries in the week ahead.
Following India’s crackdown on cash, millions of residents who never even used a credit card are leapfrogging into mobile, finding phone apps more accessible than plastic.
The world’s biggest oil companies are seeing their highest profits in more than a year, an early signal that they may be turning a corner on their long path to recovery.
Needing big lots in busy areas, car dealers have scooped up some of the most valuable real estate in America. But shoppers no longer need to see the merchandise up close, so dealers are backing out.
In wake of the fallout from the passenger incident on United Airlines, Southwest Airlines is planning to stop overbooking flights by the end of June. But don’t expect other airlines to follow suit or for the practice to go away.
      
CNNMoney
American companies have continued to ship jobs overseas on an almost daily basis during President Trump's first 100 days in office.
Samantha Bee brings Will Ferrell, Allison Janney and signature humor to "Not the White House Correspondents' Dinner"
A Washington outsider, Trump has surrounded himself in his first 100 days with those he knows best: business leaders and top executives.
Robert Lighthizer, President Trump's nominee for U.S. Trade Representative, will lead NAFTA talks, which face a few hurdles before they can begin.
Elon Musk's SpaceX will attempt to deliver a mysterious satellite into orbit for the U.S. intelligence community on Sunday.
      
NY Times Business Headlines
An investigation by Delta found the pilot’s actions helped “de-escalate” the fight between passengers, in the latest airline episode to be recorded on video.
Nearly 300 executives have visited this year, putting C.E.O.s on par with senior lawmakers as influences on President Trump’s thinking.
The government said gross domestic product grew at an annual rate of 0.7 percent in the first quarter, a three-year low, as consumer spending let up.
The Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index is up about 5 percent since Mr. Trump’s inauguration, the best start for a president since the elder George Bush.
Millions of Americans would have the chance to cut their taxes by essentially turning themselves into small business entities.
      
USA Today Business Headlines
The stock market has raced to record highs this year, but your portfolio may not show it.
     
 
 
If you're planning to lean on Social Security income during retirement, you're playing with fire.
     
 
 
Earnings and GDP don’t always move in tandem.
     
 
 
It's hard to imagine how the cab of an old 1941 Ford truck must have looked
     
 
 
Market experts hope that more of the president's pro-business promises become reality.
     
 
 
      
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