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The U.S. shale oil business is not dead
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Saudi Arabia tried to kill off the U.S. oil boom. Instead, it just made the industry more efficient.

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The biggest winners and losers from Trumponomics
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Many blue chips in the S&P 500 actually do most of their business in the United States. While some big multinationals like Coke and P&G could be hurt by Trump’s domestic focus, Verizon, Starbucks and Lockheed Martin could thrive.

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The winners and losers from Trumponomics
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Many blue chips in the S&P 500 actually do most of their business in the United States. While some big multinationals like Coke and P&G could be hurt by Trump’s domestic focus, Verizon, Starbucks and Lockheed Martin could thrive.

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Samsung heir faces possible arrest on corruption charges
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The heir to the Samsung business empire is set to find out whether he will be arrested on corruption charges linked to a huge political scandal that has rattled South Korea.

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U.S. business in China cries foul on Xi's free trade talk
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U.S. companies doing business in China aren’t buying President Xi Jinping’s new status as a free trade champion.

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Goldman Sachs thriving as Trump era set to begin
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Things may be changing in the nation’s capital, but it’s still business as usual for Goldman Sachs, the so-called Vampire Squid of Wall Street. Goldman reported earnings and revenues for the fourth quarter that easily topped Wall Street’s forecasts.

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Conservative pundit Laura Ingraham says she might run for Senate
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Laura Ingraham, a conservative talk radio host and Fox News contributor who recently was in contention for a job in President-elect Donald Trump’s administration, said Tuesday that she’s open to running for the United States Senate in Virginia next year.

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Trump adviser sells $12 billion hedge fund biz
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As Anthony Scaramucci prepares for his role in the Trump White House, he’s cutting ties with his vast hedge fund business and the lavish Las Vegas conference he runs along with it.

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South Korea's long history of light sentences for business leaders
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The heir to the Samsung empire is facing possible arrest over corruption allegations. But if history is anything to go by, criminal charges won’t keep him away from the company for too long, if at all.

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Walmart adding 10,000 U.S. jobs
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Walmart, which employs more workers than any other American business, plans to add 10,000 U.S. jobs this year.

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Trump renews attacks on 'SNL,' right on cue
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PresIdent-elect Donald Trump on Sunday took a swipe at NBC’s news division before laying into ‘Saturday Night Live,’ which came back on the air this weekend after a winter break.

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Globalization can be remade to work for everyone
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Business leaders gathering in Davos are uncomfortable: The full force of 2016’s protest votes in the U.S. and U.K. is about to hit, and Donald Trump’s inauguration may signal an abrupt reversal to 30 years of globalization.

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