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Wall Street flat as North Korea, White House worries linger

U.S. stocks were mostly flat in early afternoon trading on Monday amid concerns over the recent turmoil in the White House and simmering tensions between the United States and North Korea.

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U.S. funds get tougher on climate and diversity, but not CEO pay

BOSTON Even as top U.S. asset managers BlackRock Inc and State Street Corp pressed companies on climate and diversity issues this year, they made few waves on another area of corporate governance: CEO pay.

1:59pm EDT

U.S. workers have low hopes for higher pay: Fed survey

NEW YORK U.S. workers see little hope for higher paychecks, and while they are increasingly searching for new jobs, they expect fewer offers to fall into their laps, according to a Federal Reserve survey published on Monday.

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VW in no hurry to sell assets, investments more important

WOLFSBURG, Germany Volkswagen is more focused on its multi-billion-euro shift towards electric vehicles and transport services than any potential sale of motorcycle brand Ducati or transmissions maker Renk, its head of strategy told Reuters.

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Special Report: Refiner Valero's secret campaign against U.S. biofuels mandates

U.S. biofuels regulations, which mandate mixing corn-based ethanol into gasoline, have lately drawn together a diverse cast of political opponents.

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Total deepens North Sea exposure with $7.5 billion Maersk Oil deal

PARIS/COPENHAGEN Total is buying Maersk's oil and gas business in a $7.45 billion deal which the French major said would strengthen its operations in the North Sea and raise its output to 3 million barrels per day by 2019. | Video

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Monetizing the Dallas Cowboys brand

Dallas Cowboys Chief Operating Officer Stephen Jones talks about maximizing the value of his team.   Full Article 

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