SoftBank mobile subsidiary has bitter debut on Tokyo market
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SoftBank mobile subsidiary has bitter debut on Tokyo market

SoftBank mobile subsidiary suffers bitter debut on the Tokyo market, slumping 15 percent after it reportedly raised $23 billion

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Elon Musk unveils underground tunnel, offers rides to VIPs
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Elon Musk unveils underground tunnel, offers rides to VIPs

Elon Musk unveils his underground transportation tunnel

Norway sees boom in electric cars, fueled by the government
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Norway sees boom in electric cars, fueled by the government

Norway has enjoyed a boom in electric car sales, driven by government incentives

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Singapore bans former Goldman Sachs exec with 1MDB links

Singapore issues lifetime ban on former Goldman Sachs banker facing 1MDB charges in US and Malaysia

US reviews report of imports from forced labor in China camp
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US reviews report of imports from forced labor in China camp

The U.S. government is reviewing reports of forced labor at a Chinese internment camp where ethnic minorities are sewing clothes that have been shipped to the U.S. market

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Fed is expected to raise rates while Trump presses criticism

Fed is expected to raise rates even while Trump presses criticism

Consumer groups allege Google misleads kids in FTC complaint
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Consumer groups allege Google misleads kids in FTC complaint

Google faces allegations of distributing deceptive, potentially dangerous apps to children on Android smartphones

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Finish Line store in Quincy Mall to close

Finish Line, an athletic shoe store in the Quincy Mall, will close next week.

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Trust for US bondholders sues Venezuela over defaulted debt

A trust representing holders of Venezuelan bonds has gone to New York federal court demanding payment on more than $34 million in unpaid debt

Stocks mixed in Asia on Fed rate decision, Japanese data
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Stocks mixed in Asia on Fed rate decision, Japanese data

Stocks mixed in Asia as traders mull over Fed's interest rate decision, weaker-than-expected Japanese trade data