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2016-07-13

The Wall Street Journal: Fed’s Harker dismisses Brexit, suggests two more rate hikes this year

Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia President Patrick Harker shrugged off the threat to the U.S. economy posed by the Brexit vote and indicated the U.S. central bank may have two more rate rises ahead of it this year.

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The Wall Street Journal: Donald Trump says Ginsburg should quit Supreme Court

Donald Trump called on Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to resign, taking the clash between the presumptive GOP presidential nominee and a member of the Supreme Court further into uncharted territory.

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The Wall Street Journal: Starbucks goes upscale, partners with Italy’s Princi bakery

Starbucks Corp. is partnering with a luxury Italian bakery in an effort to move more upscale.

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The Wall Street Journal: Viacom may sell major stake in Paramount Pictures to China’s Wanda

Viacom Inc. is in talks to sell a 49% stake in its Paramount Pictures movie studio to China’s Dalian Wanda Group Co., according to people familiar with the situation, but a deal would face high hurdles amid ongoing corporate governance…

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Chuck Jaffe: How saving too much can make your retirement less satisfying

You need to save to ensure a comfortable retirement, but you can save too much, writes Chuck Jaffe.

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The Wall Street Journal: Pakistani Taliban leader killed in U.S. drone strike

The Pakistani military said Wednesday that a U.S. drone strike in Afghanistan killed the mastermind of a Pakistani Taliban school massacre in 2014 that left more than 130 children dead.

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NewsWatch: Why golf has gone the way of the three-martini lunch

The golf industry is trying to attract more golfers by pushing 9-hole rounds and family-friendly country clubs.

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The Wall Street Journal: Investors Now Pay Germany to Borrow for 10 Years

Germany sold 10-year debt at a negative yield on Wednesday, becoming the first eurozone nation to do so and setting a further milestone in the relentless fall of government bond yields around the world.

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On Pokemon Go, why so many people are choosing Team Mystic

It also explains how retailers sell furniture, clothes and even cellphone plans.

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Earnings Outlook: What to expect from Citigroup earnings

Citigroup is expected to report on Friday second-quarter earnings and revenue that fell from a year ago, but there are some potential bright spots for investors.

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Outside the Box: Online trolls are ruining social-media marketing

Online-media companies and social-media platforms are closing comments sections, writes John Delaney.

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