Aleksandr Kogan, the psychologist at the center of a scandal over the misuse of millions of Facebook users' data, worked with Russian researchers on a study of pathological personality traits.
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Winter 'four'easter' storm hits U.S. East, snarling traffic, closing schools
Millions of commuters along the U.S. East Coast faced another round of heavy snow, ice and gusty winds on Wednesday as the fourth major snowstorm this month struck the region, closing schools, grounding flights and halting buses and trains.
Energy stocks, Facebook bounce lift Wall Street as Fed decision nears
U.S. stocks gained on Wednesday afternoon, ahead of an near-certain interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve, as Facebook Inc's shares reversed course to trade higher and energy stocks got a boost from rising oil prices.
U.S. home sales surge, but supply remains a headache
U.S. home sales rebounded strongly in February, boosted by hefty gains in the South and West regions, but a chronic shortage of houses on the market remains an obstacle heading into the spring selling season.
Newman concedes in Democratic Illinois congressional primary
Democratic Representative Dan Lipinski held off a stiff challenge from businesswoman Marie Newman to win a nationally watched congressional primary in Illinois that pitted a long-serving centrist incumbent against the party's liberal wing.
Tesla shareholders approve CEO Musk's $2.6 billion compensation plan
Tesla Inc shareholders approved a compensation package potentially worth as much as $2.6 billion for Chief Executive Elon Musk on Wednesday in a test of their confidence in the leader of the electric car company.
Dropbox raises IPO price range by $2 on strong demand
Cloud storage firm Dropbox Inc [DBX.O] raised the price range for its initial public offering by $2 on Wednesday as investors bid strongly for the first big tech IPO this year ahead of final pricing expected on Thursday.
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