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Asian stock markets were little changed in cautious early trading Wednesday, as lingering trade tensions weighed on traders.
Asia Markets: Asian markets cautious amid lingering trade tensions
Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling called for tougher penalties in response to fans who yell racist abuse at players during soccer matches.
The Wall Street Journal: Raheem Sterling wants racist soccer fans to face tougher penalties
Saudi Arabia has agreed to purchase U.S. liquefied natural gas from Sempra Energy, a new strategic direction for the kingdom as it seeks to establish a footprint in the growing global market for the fuel.
The Wall Street Journal: Sempra Energy strikes deal to sell liquefied natural gas to Saudi Arabia
The poll was published during an increasingly heated battle between President Trump and Congressional Democrats over his own tax returns.
TaxWatch: More Americans believe it’s OK to cheat on your taxes, according to IRS poll
How to rent your clothes and even your furniture to help prevent waste.
Urban Outfitters launches clothing rental service
‘I’ve totaled a brand new Lamborghini,’ one humblebragging singleton announced on his dating profile.
Love & Money: Millennials are dropping stealth status symbols to attract dates on Bumble and Tinder
President Xi Jinping pinpointed a source of leverage his government has over high-technology industries critical to the U.S. economy, touring a region of China that calls itself a rare-earths kingdom with his top trade negotiator.
The Wall Street Journal: China’s Xi offers a potent trade reminder with visit to rare earths hub
JPMorgan Chase & Co. investors voted to approve Chief Executive James Dimon’s pay at the bank’s annual meeting over the objections of a shareholder-advisory firm.
The Wall Street Journal: CEO Jamie Dimon’s pay package narrowly approved by JPMorgan shareholders
Sen. Bernie Sanders plans to attend Walmart Inc.’s annual shareholders meeting next month to push for the retail giant’s workers to get a seat on the board of directors.
Bernie Sanders to demand Walmart workers get a board seat at annual shareholders meeting
Four weeks after faulty sensor data led a 737 Max jet to crash in Indonesia last year, a high-ranking Boeing Co. executive raised and dismissed the possibility of a bird collision triggering a similar sequence of events that could cause a second accident.
The Wall Street Journal: Boeing dismissed scenario that may have caused Ethiopia Airlines crash