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Chinese traders furious after crackdown on N. Korean imports

Furious Chinese businesspeople say Beijing's decision to enforce U.N. sanctions on North Korean seafood imports would hobble the economy of an entire northeastern city, sparking a rare public protest after the surprise move choked off the trade

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Russian Bombardier worker charged with aggravated bribery

A Russian employee in the Swedish branch of a Canadian plane and train maker has been charged with aggravated bribery

Fox's James Murdoch slams Trump's Charlottesville response
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Fox's James Murdoch slams Trump's Charlottesville response

The CEO of 21st Century Fox has denounced racism and terrorists and expressed concern over President Donald Trump's reaction to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia

Homeless California war veteran gets place to call home
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Homeless California war veteran gets place to call home

War veteran living on streets in California gets a unique place to finally call home

Skeptics dismiss Bannon's call for economic war with China
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Skeptics dismiss Bannon's call for economic war with China

Advocates of a measured approach by the U.S. in dealing with China as an economic rival are dismissing White House adviser Steve Bannon's call for economic war

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Indian IT company Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka resigns

Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka resigns following differences with company's founders

The real revolution in NKorea is rise of consumer culture
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The real revolution in NKorea is rise of consumer culture

The real revolution in North Korea is the rise of a new consumer culture

Monday's eclipse appears to be prompting hotel stays in Quincy
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Monday's eclipse appears to be prompting hotel stays in Quincy

The Great American Eclipse of 2017 is starting to have an economic impact on Quincy. Dax Fohey, president of the Quincy Area Hotel-Motel Association, said he's noticed a surge in local bookings for Sunday night, before Monday's celestial show.

Starbucks chairman questions country's 'moral fiber'
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Starbucks chairman questions country's 'moral fiber'

Starbucks chairman Howard Schultz says that the events surrounding a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, last weekend have put the "moral fiber" of the country in question