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If Kushner has a Mideast peace plan, it's a secret so far
If Jared Kushner has a plan to solve the Arab-Israeli conflict, so far he's giving little away.
Bond market braces for impact of New York's free tuition plan
Little known private colleges that are already struggling to grow their revenues are facing a new threat that could further weaken their finances and make borrowing harder: free tuition at public universities.
CEOs of Target, ADM to square off on U.S. border tax at hearing
The chief executive officers of two major American companies - retailer Target Corp and agribusiness Archer Daniels Midland Co - will offer countering views in a hearing before U.S. lawmakers on Tuesday on a proposed border adjustment tax.
Investors skeptical Ford CEO change will revive stock price
Ford Motor Co's unexpected decision to replace its chief executive officer on Monday may not be the catalyst that revives its slumping share prices.
Expedia begins offering online booking for hotels in Cuba
U.S. online travel services company Expedia said on Tuesday it had started offering online booking for hotels in Communist-run Cuba, hoping to capitalize on a boom in tourism to the Caribbean island.
Google AI beats Chinese master in ancient game of Go
A Google artificial intelligence program defeated a Chinese grand master at the ancient board game Go on Tuesday, a major feather in the cap for the firm's AI ambitions as it looks to woo Beijing to gain re-entry into the country.
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