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USA Today MoneyAug 20, 2018
Tariffs on TV parts could cost South Carolina town struggling against poverty
The Element plant could be the first in South Carolina to close because of tariffs on Chinese imports recently imposed by President Donald Trump. The closure would cost the community 126 jobs.        

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Google Business NewsAug 20, 2018
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey admits 'left-leaning' bias, but says ideology doesn't influence policy - OregonLive.com

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In this Nov. 19, 2015, file photo Square CEO Jack Dorsey is interviewed on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. ( Richard Drew / AP ). Comment. By The Washington Post. Faced with criticisms from President Donald Trump that Twitter is "shadow ...
Jack Dorsey admits Twitter hasn


Reuters Company NewsAug 19, 2018
UPDATE 1-Investigators examine over $20 mln in loans by former Trump lawyer Cohen -NYTimes
Federal prosecutors are focused on over $20 million in loans obtained by U.S. President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen from taxi businesses owned by him and his family, the New York Times reported on Sunday.

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Google Market NewsAug 19, 2018
Asia mixed in early trade as investors look to US-China tariff talks - CNBC

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Asia markets mostly rose Monday morning, following a higher finish on Wall Street last Friday after a report said President Donald Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping may meet in November over escalating U.S.-China trade tensions. Japan's Nikkei 225 ...



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Google Business NewsAug 19, 2018
US Says Conserving Oil Is No Longer an Economic Imperative - U.S. News & World Report

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Conserving oil is no longer an economic imperative for the U.S., the Trump administration declares in a major new policy statement that threatens to undermine decades of government campaigns for gas-thrifty cars and other ...


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