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Former Trump Bodyguard to Meet With House Panel Next Week, Source Says

Former Trump Bodyguard to Meet With House Panel Next Week, Source Says

Keith Schiller, a former longtime aide and bodyguard to President Donald Trump, is set to be interviewed behind closed doors by the House Intelligence Committee as part of its probe into Russian
Corporate Tax Cut to Be Phased Out After a Decade

Corporate Tax Cut to Be Phased Out After a Decade

House tax writers are planning on phasing out the proposed corporate rate of 20 percent after a decade, according to a Republican lawmaker familiar with the negotiations.
Trump Selects Powell for Fed Chairman, Replacing Yellen

Trump Selects Powell for Fed Chairman, Replacing Yellen

President Donald Trump plans to nominate Federal Reserve Governor Jerome Powell to the top job at the U.S. central bank, according to four people familiar with the decision.
Tax Bill to Spark Unprecedented GOP Dissent, Meadows Says

Tax Bill to Spark Unprecedented GOP Dissent, Meadows Says

A leading House Republican conservative warned that the unveiling of the tax bill Thursday would unleash dissent “like you’ve never seen.”
U.K. Puts Alstom, Siemens on $3.6 Billion HS2 Train Shortlist

U.K. Puts Alstom, Siemens on $3.6 Billion HS2 Train Shortlist

Alstom SA and Siemens AG, the French and German manufacturers planning to combine their trainmaking businesses, are among five bidders shortlisted for a 2.75 billion-pound ($3.6 billion) contract to
What to Know Before Trump Heads to China

What to Know Before Trump Heads to China

George Magnus, associate at the Oxford University China Centre, discusses President Donald Trump's planned trip to China. He speaks with Bloomberg Scarlet Fu and Joe Weisenthal on "What'd You Miss?"
Rep. Stewart Satisfied With Big Tech Hearing

Rep. Stewart Satisfied With Big Tech Hearing

Rep. Chris Stewart, a Utah Republican, discusses the testimony of lawyers representing tech giants before the House Intelligence Committee with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
Trump's Pick for Ex-Im Chief Testifies on the Hill

Trump's Pick for Ex-Im Chief Testifies on the Hill

Fred Hochberg, former chairman and president of the Export-Import Bank discusses President Trump's pick of former Republican Congressman Scott Garrett to lead Export-Import Bank. He speaks on
China Metal Magnate Faces Reality Under Xi

China Metal Magnate Faces Reality Under Xi

Zhang Shiping may have won an epic victory against short-sellers, but the self-made billionaire faces a much more formidable player in the battle surrounding the world’s biggest aluminum producer:
Tax Dodgers Taken ‘Hostage’ in Indonesia to Meet Budget Goals

Tax Dodgers Taken ‘Hostage’ in Indonesia to Meet Budget Goals

In the Dutch language, gijzeling means to take someone hostage. In Indonesia, that’s how authorities describe their strategy to deal with tax dodgers, throwing dozens of people in jail as part of a
Rep. Collins Says Tax Plan to Keep Property-Tax Deduction

Rep. Collins Says Tax Plan to Keep Property-Tax Deduction

Rep. Chris Collins, a New York Republican, discusses the GOP's tax reform plan with Bloomberg's Julia Chatterley and Joe Weisenthal on "What'd You Miss?" (Source: Bloomberg)
Sweden Pays for Trump Whistle-Blower to Attend UN Climate Talks

Sweden Pays for Trump Whistle-Blower to Attend UN Climate Talks

The government of Sweden is paying for a former U.S. Interior Department official and prominent critic of President Donald Trump’s climate policy to attend next week’s United Nations climate
Fallon Quits as U.K. Defence Secretary After Harassment Claims

Fallon Quits as U.K. Defence Secretary After Harassment Claims

U.K. Defence Secretary Michael Fallon quit his post, citing allegations about his past conduct and becoming the first casualty of a sexual-harassment scandal that’s sweeping Prime Minister Theresa
U.K. Prepares to Show Lawmakers Brexit Economic Impact Studies

U.K. Prepares to Show Lawmakers Brexit Economic Impact Studies

The U.K. government is preparing to show a panel of lawmakers secret papers detailing the economic impact of Brexit, but wants to keep the information out of the public gaze.
Why Abe's Risking a Tax Hike as the Economy Heals: QuickTake Q&A

Why Abe's Risking a Tax Hike as the Economy Heals: QuickTake Q&A

Tax hikes are rarely welcome anywhere, but there’s one example in Japan that’s proven particularly unpopular: the sales tax. It has a history of causing economic slowdowns and damaged political
Senators Skewer Social Media Giants for Russia Response

Senators Skewer Social Media Giants for Russia Response

David Kirkpatrick, founder and CEO of Techonomy Media, discusses the grilling lawyers for social media giants Facebook, Twitter and Google faced before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Wednesday.
Trump Says Janet Yellen Is 'Excellent'

Trump Says Janet Yellen Is 'Excellent'

President Donald Trump said Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen is “excellent” but wouldn’t commit to reappointing her Thursday, when he said he’ll announce his choice to lead the central bank starting
Rep. Blumenauer Says GOP 'All Over the Map' on Tax Bill

Rep. Blumenauer Says GOP 'All Over the Map' on Tax Bill

Congressman Earl Blumenauer, a Democrat from Oregon, discusses the delay of the rollout of a GOP tax bill on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
White House, House Budget Chief Say Tax Bill Still Coming Nov. 2

White House, House Budget Chief Say Tax Bill Still Coming Nov. 2

House tax writers are still on track to release their bill on Thursday, after delaying the rollout by a day, according to a White House official and House Budget Chairman Diane Black.
Pentagon Discloses New Quality Glitch on Lockheed's F-35 Jets

Pentagon Discloses New Quality Glitch on Lockheed's F-35 Jets

The Pentagon’s F-35 program office is weighing how to fix to a newly discovered glitch in the fighter -- the military’s most expensive program -- that halted deliveries of the Lockheed Martin Corp.
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