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Credit Suisse to Move 250 Investment Bankers in First Brexit Shift

Credit Suisse to Move 250 Investment Bankers in First Brexit Shift

Credit Suisse Group AG plans to move about 250 investment banker positions under the first phase of its Brexit planning, according to two people with knowledge of the matter.
Sen. Portman Says 'Congress Will Act' on Gun Control

Sen. Portman Says 'Congress Will Act' on Gun Control

Sen. Rob Portman, a Republican from Ohio, says he supports action on background checks and that lawmakers should also look at raising minimum age for some guns. He speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin
World Braces for More Rule-Bending by China’s Xi

World Braces for More Rule-Bending by China’s Xi

Xi Jinping’s decision to cast aside China’s presidential term limits is stoking concern he also intends to shun international rules on trade and finance, even as he champions them on the world stage.
Merkel Pledges Renewal for CDU in Nod to Party Dissenters

Merkel Pledges Renewal for CDU in Nod to Party Dissenters

German Chancellor Angela Merkel pledged to renew her Christian Democratic Union after installing a potential successor in the party leadership and elevating a conservative critic to the cabinet in a
Ivanka Trump Says She Believes Father’s Denials of Sexual Misconduct

Ivanka Trump Says She Believes Father’s Denials of Sexual Misconduct

Ivanka Trump says she believes her father’s denials of sexual misconduct.
Huawei CEO Fights Back Over Trust in China's Tech Companies

Huawei CEO Fights Back Over Trust in China's Tech Companies

Concerns about the security of Huawei Technologies Co.’s handsets and network equipment are "groundless" and are part of a broader unfair view that Chinese companies can’t be trusted, Chief Executive
Corbyn Backing for Customs Union Sets Up Showdown With May

Corbyn Backing for Customs Union Sets Up Showdown With May

Jeremy Corbyn’s decision to back a customs union between the U.K. and the European Union set up a Parliamentary showdown for Prime Minister Theresa May.
Washington Focuses on Trump Probes

Washington Focuses on Trump Probes

Bloomberg’s Kevin Cirilli discusses investigations into Trump administration. He speaks with Francine Lacqua and Tom Keene on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)
EU Might Look Kindly on Labour’s Customs Union Brexit Plan

EU Might Look Kindly on Labour’s Customs Union Brexit Plan

The European Union may consider the U.K. Labour Party’s idea of the country remaining in a customs union after Brexit acceptable -- but it would come with conditions attached.
Xi Jinping Is Here to Stay as China’s Ruler

Xi Jinping Is Here to Stay as China’s Ruler

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Quirky Tax Break That Will Soon Vanish Seen Jolting Bonds

Quirky Tax Break That Will Soon Vanish Seen Jolting Bonds

U.S. companies including FedEx Corp. and Motorola Solutions Inc. are seizing an opportunity to borrow money and top up their pensions, before a tax benefit shrinks.
Corbyn Sets Up Showdown With May on Customs Union: Brexit Update

Corbyn Sets Up Showdown With May on Customs Union: Brexit Update

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s long-awaited Brexit speech on Monday spelled trouble for Theresa May, and could lead to a rewrite of the U.K’s Brexit policy.
Manitoba’s Premier Pledges Tax Relief in Budget Next Month

Manitoba’s Premier Pledges Tax Relief in Budget Next Month

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister plans to unveil personal income tax breaks in the budget next month as he tries to offset rising interest rates and utility fees that make his province one of the
Trump’s Obamacare Changes to Push Up Premiums, Report Projects

Trump’s Obamacare Changes to Push Up Premiums, Report Projects

The Trump administration’s efforts to loosen health insurance rules will increase premiums for Obamacare plans next year, according to a new analysis by the Urban Institute.
American CEOs Say They’re Ready to Bring Jobs Home If Nafta Dies

American CEOs Say They’re Ready to Bring Jobs Home If Nafta Dies

In describing what life would be like without Nafta, some business groups have stopped just short of predicting a plague of locusts.
Israel Court Releases Four in Netanyahu Aides’ Corruption Case

Israel Court Releases Four in Netanyahu Aides’ Corruption Case

An Israeli court has released four of the seven suspects held in a high-profile corruption case involving Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's confidants after a judge apparently discussed their
Renzi Gives Five Star the Cold Shoulder Before Italian Election

Renzi Gives Five Star the Cold Shoulder Before Italian Election

Italians go to the polls on March 4 with voters divided over the country’s relationship with the European Union, taxes and immigration. Here’s your daily guide to the latest news.
Coders Want to Unionize—With Help From Trump

Coders Want to Unionize—With Help From Trump

Lanetix engineers say they were fired in an illegal retaliation.
Tech Takes On Trump as Supreme Court Looks at Data Stored Abroad

Tech Takes On Trump as Supreme Court Looks at Data Stored Abroad

The tech industry takes on the Trump administration at the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday in a high-stakes clash over digital privacy and government access to information stored on overseas servers.
Congress May Take Some Steps on Guns, But Still Fears the NRA

Congress May Take Some Steps on Guns, But Still Fears the NRA

Beyond the higher age requirement, there’s no sign Republicans are prepared to buck the National Rifle Association.
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