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1. America's Biggest Supermarket Company Struggles with Online Grocery Upheaval02:42[−]
Kroger is adjusting operations and investing in technology to try to hang on to customers who no longer like to buy their food in stores. ‘We’ve got to get our butts in gear,’ says Chief Executive Rodney McMullen.

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2. Trade Deal Alone Won't Fix Strained U.S.-China Business Relations02:04[−]
Even as a U.S.-China trade accord apparently nears completion, rattled businesses on both sides of the Pacific are skittish about rushing back in to revive the once-booming investment activity between the two countries.

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3. SpaceX Capsule Suffers Engine Testing Problem on the Ground00:13[−]
A SpaceX capsule presumed damaged during weekend engine tests on the ground in Florida created an extensive plume of smoke visible for miles, prompting some industry officials to say the problem could delay the company’s first crewed space flight by months.

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4. Management Tension, Mounting Competition Sink Lions Gate's StockВс., 21 апр.[−]
Lions Gate Entertainment’s movie business has lost ground, while internal conflict and outside competition weigh on its pay-TV network. Since last summer, the company’s shares have fallen 42%.

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5. Small-Time Crimes a Dealbreaker for Banking JobsВс., 21 апр.[−]
Over the past decade, hundreds of people with criminal records have asked the government to let them work at a bank—with more than 40% of requests rejected or unresolved. The banking industry wants to change that.

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6. Look What the Streaming TV Revolution Did to Your Cable BoxВс., 21 апр.[−]
In this streaming-dominated world, every set of shows we want to watch comes with its own app, password and ever-increasing monthly fee. Big Cable is making a comeback by bundling all that content and adopting high tech features to compete with internet-based adversaries.

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7. Elon Musk to Tout Robot Cars Amid Tesla Sales SlumpВс., 21 апр.[−]
As Tesla faces questions about whether demand for the Model 3 compact car is slowing, CEO Elon Musk wants investors to focus on vehicles driving themselves in a robot-taxi fleet.

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8. Ghosn's Life in Jail: Half-Hour of Fresh Air, No Family VisitsВс., 21 апр.[−]
Weekends are the worst for former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn, who is likely to find out this week whether he will face additional months behind bars. Alone in his cell, he isn’t allowed to leave for the 30 minutes of fresh air he gets on weekdays or see his family. “It’s a torture,” says his wife, Carole.

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9. The Tech IPOs Delivering the Most for InvestorsВс., 21 апр.[−]
Consumer-focused businesses may have more cachet, but tech startups that cater to companies are what’s really hot. Shares of business-software firms have risen a median 126% from their market debuts, outperforming high-profile consumer-tech companies.

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10. SUVs Shine at New York Auto ShowСб., 20 апр.[−]
The sport-utility vehicle again took center stage at the New York International Auto Show with car companies showing off new models of all shapes, sizes and price points.

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11. Fed Officials Contemplate Thresholds for Rate CutsСб., 20 апр.[−]
Federal Reserve officials are starting to talk about the conditions under which they would cut interest rates, including a scenario where inflation drifts lower even if the economic growth doesn’t falter.

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12. The Black Hole Image Is a Bias-Testing MasterpieceСб., 20 апр.[−]
In pursuit of an astronomical breakthrough, a global team of scientists used conflict, dissent and relentless bias-testing to produce the first-ever image of a black hole.

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13. Driving? The Kids Are So Over ItСб., 20 апр.[−]
In a challenge for Detroit, teens put off getting their licenses and buying cars. About a quarter of 16-year-olds had a driver’s license in 2017, a sharp decline from nearly half in 1983.

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14. Why Companies Are Failing at ReskillingПт., 19 апр.[−]
In a tight labor market, companies from Amazon to JPMorgan are trying to get better at retraining the workers they have. “We need a Waze for your career,” says one labor expert.

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15. U.S. Home Building, Permits Fell Last MonthПт., 19 апр.[−]
A gauge of U.S. home building and approvals for new projects declined in March, continuing a recent weak stretch for new housing construction.

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16. Debate Grows Over Likely Effects of Trump's North American Trade DealЧт., 18 апр.[−]
The potential economic impact of a new trade agreement with Mexico and Canada is becoming the subject of a debate in Washington, as the Trump administration seeks to have Congress ratify the agreement.

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17. Consumer Spending Rebounded in MarchЧт., 18 апр.[−]
Retail sales in the U.S. bounced back in March after a stretch of weak spending, another sign that first-quarter growth was stronger than expected.

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