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Beijing is keen to put a more positive spin on talks seen as ending in discord.

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It's the first such arrangement in two years.

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The opposition said 85% of the country joined the strike.

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"It wasn’t going to happen under President Trump," one regulator says.

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By: Moira Lawler, Monster

A young professional’s guide to being an effective leader to people old enough to be your parents.

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By: Jonathan Vanian

Subscription services are paying off for Microsoft.

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Arstechnica
By: Peter Bright

(credit: Julien GONG Min) In the fourth quarter of its 2017 financial year, Microsoft posted revenue of $23.3 billion, up 13 percent on a year ago, with an operating income of $5.3 billion (up 73 percent), a net income of $6.5 billion (up 109...

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Intel and Apple-rival Samsung were also part of the group.

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By: Andrew Nusca

Design and product luminaries weigh in at the 2017 Fortune Brainstorm Tech conference in Aspen.

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A consumer advocacy group's analysis found misleading pricing discounts.

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By: Julia Zorthian

Invitations to the next Galaxy launch event went out on Thursday

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Mashable
By: Raymond Wong

Mark your calendars! Samsung's just sent out invitations for when it will likely announce its next flagship Android phone, the Galaxy Note 8. As previously reported, the Note 8 will likely be announced next month on August 23 at Samsung's usual...

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Cnet
By: Shara Tibken

The company is expected to launch its big-screen phablet, the follow up to last year's ill-fated Note 7.

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Phandroid
By: Chris Chavez

We received an invite today for Samsung's Unpacked event in New York where they say they'll be introducing their "newest mobile device": the Galaxy Note 8.

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Tech Crunch
By: Brian Heater

 Samsung’s next Unpacked event is arriving right on schedule — and all signs about to it bringing the Galaxy Note 8 along for the ride. The big show lines up with the phablet’s traditional release schedule, and the graphic...

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Samsung's next large-screened phone is on its way, as invites have just gone out for the company's Unpacked event on August 23rd. A teaser image promises to "Do bigger things," which is about what we'd expect from the...

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TheVerge
By: Chaim Gartenberg

Samsung has officially sent out invitations for an Unpacked event on August 23rd in New York City, where it will presumably reveal the next Galaxy Note device. While Samsung hasn’t quite outright confirmed the Note 8 will make an appearance, the...

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Phandroid
By: Andrew Myrick

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has been rumored to be launching by the end of August, so we take a look at everything regarding the device to determine what's going to be coming.

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Cnet
By: Gordon Gottsegen

New unofficial images of the Note 8 pop up about a month before the phone's official unveiling.

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By: John Patrick Pullen

The retro-gaming company is releasing a Bluetooth speaker-packing cap.

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Down more than 2%.

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By: Kirsten Korosec

It's going to need a lot more agencies on board.

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Earlier today, we reported that Elon Musk and The Boring Company had reportedly been given verbal government approval to build a Hyperloop that would connect New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington DC, according to a tweet posted by Musk.

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Fortune
By: Aric Jenkins

"This is the first we've heard of it"

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“We have had promising conversations," the White House says of the project.

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Cnet
By: Eric Mack

Commentary: The Tesla and Boring Company founder says the government gave its blessing for an east coast Hyperloop. He just somehow failed to get it in writing.

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TheVerge
By: Sean O'Kane

The verbal approval that entrepreneur Elon Musk said he received from the government to build an underground hyperloop from New York to Washington, DC apparently came from the White House, an administration spokesman has told Bloomberg. The official ...

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Arstechnica
By: Megan Geuss

Enlarge (credit: The Boring Company) Elon Musk has been talking about The Boring Company, his tunnel-digging endeavor, for months now. Today, he tweeted: “Just received verbal govt approval for The Boring Company to build an underground...

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Known for his teasing tweets and ever-expanding list of high-tech ambitions, Elon Musk set observers abuzz again with a vague claim he received “verbal” approval for a high-speed, tunnel-based travel system along one of the busiest corridors in...

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The New York Times
By: MAGGIE HABERMAN

Anthony Scaramucci, who successfully rebutted a CNN story about the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia, may lead the White House’s communications strategy.

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Notable moments from the New York Times interview and their impact so far.

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Anthony Scaramucci would replace Mike Dubke, who resigned in May.

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By: Tom Huddleston, Jr.

Facebook launched its "Journalism Project" six months ago.

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By: Michal Lev-Ram

Technology could bring more efficiencies, but also more confusion to urban centers.

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By: Michal Lev-Ram

They resemble female WWE wrestlers.

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Shares rise on better-than-expected results.

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Microsoft continued its rebirth as a force in cloud-computing, posting stronger-than-expected gains in its business of selling web-based services to corporate customers.

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By: Leigh Gallagher

And they might not be done yet.

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By: Lucinda Shen

The cryptocurrency is close to hitting its all-time high.

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By: Thomas Binion

He’s fulfilled his campaign promises.

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By: Phil Wahba

Analysts say Kenmore is a severely damaged appliance brand

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It held meetings with giants like Baidu and Tencent.

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By: Jack Brewster

President Trump has touted stock market gains and jobs reports. How much credit should he get?

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The jobs would be at a new facility in a location that is yet to be determined.

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By: Alana Abramson

He has a 36% approval rating six months into his presidency

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By: Laura Entis

Moon dust, court battles, theft convictions—this story has it all.

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By: Jonathan Vanian

Subscription service comes to more metropolitan areas.

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By: Kent Grayson

Transparency carries a high cost.

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By: Stacy Jones

Network executives weren't always keen on calling it 'Insecure.'

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By: Jeff John Roberts

A win for Coinbase customers.

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AlphaBay allowed users to buy and sell opioids, firearms and computer hacking tools

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The New York Times
By: NATHANIEL POPPER and...

The authorities said that 122 vendors had been advertising the synthetic opioid fentanyl on the site.

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By: Sy Mukherjee

The bill has died, come back to life, and produced legislative progeny in just 3 days.

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Congressional Budget Office estimates 22 million would lose insurance in decade.

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By: Tom Huddleston, Jr.

Twitter is 'taking action' against 10 times more abusive accounts.

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By: Laurie Garrett

Vaccines aren’t getting to the war-torn country.

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By: Valentina Zarya

Major companies have IPOed without female directors.

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By: Grace Donnelly

A new study finds the CEO-to-worker pay ratio in 2016 was 271-to1.

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He called them "two greatest tragedies in our country."

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By: Clifton Leaf, Sy...

Here's where we stand.

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By: Jonathan Vanian

It debuted a little over a year ago.

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By: Phil Wahba

The last two presidents left before they could become CEO.

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Revenue is expected to grow up to 48%.

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By: Barb Darrow

Chip giant was once bullish on wearables. Now, not so much.

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By: Madeline Farber

Director Ryan Murphy is thrilled.

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Billboard
By: Sadie Bell

Anthology series American Horror Story is known to cast big names, and now that Lena Dunham wrapped up the final season of her HBO hit Girls, the...

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By: Chris Morris

The special council is reportedly investigating the Trump businesses.

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Tillerson was CEO when Exxon signed documents with Russian Igor Sechin, who had been blacklisted.

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The U.S. Treasury Department levied the fine on the oil giant.

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The New York Times
By: ALAN RAPPEPORT

While Rex W. Tillerson, now the U.S. secretary of state, led the energy giant, “Exxon Mobil demonstrated reckless disregard for U.S. sanctions requirements,” the Treasury Department said.

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The Treasury Department says it is slapping Exxon Mobil Corp. with a $2 million fine for violating Russia sanctions while Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was the oil company's CEO

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The U.S. Treasury Department imposed a $2 million fine on Exxon Mobil Corp. for violating sanctions on Russia while Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was the oil giant’s chief executive.