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As Emissions Scandal Widens, Diesel’s Future Looks Shaky in Europe

WOLFSBURG, Germany — The latest victims of noxious diesel fumes may be the fuel technology itself. A consumer rebellion against diesel — once the fuel of choice in Europe — is gathering momentum after the region’s antitrust authorities said this week that they were looking into accusations that German carmakers secretly agreed to cut corners on pollution equipment. A swell ...

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Nobody Really Knows What the Fed Does, but They Think It's Bad Anyway

Americans might be a little fuzzy on exactly what the Federal Reserve is and why the central bank’s activities matter, but many do believe it’s not working as well as it should. “When we’re talking about the Fed, not everyone knows exactly what it does,” said Jill Gonzales, an analyst at WalletHub. As it turns out, that’s an understatement. A ...

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Trump Says Apple CEO Has Promised to Build 3 Plants in U.S.

President Donald Trump on Tuesday said in an interview that Apple Inc. Chief Executive Tim Cook has committed to build three big manufacturing plants in the U.S., a surprising statement that would help fulfill his administration’s economic goal of reviving American manufacturing. Mr. Trump, in a 45-minute interview with The Wall Street Journal, said Mr. Cook promised him Apple would ...

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Trump Says Apple CEO Has Promised to Build 3 Plants in U.S.

President Donald Trump on Tuesday said in an interview that Apple Inc. Chief Executive Tim Cook has committed to build three big manufacturing plants in the U.S., a surprising statement that would help fulfill his administration’s economic goal of reviving American manufacturing. Mr. Trump, in a 45-minute interview with The Wall Street Journal, said Mr. Cook promised him Apple would ...

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As Emissions Scandal Widens, Diesel’s Future Looks Shaky in Europe

WOLFSBURG, Germany — The latest victims of noxious diesel fumes may be the fuel technology itself. A consumer rebellion against diesel — once the fuel of choice in Europe — is gathering momentum after the region’s antitrust authorities said this week that they were looking into accusations that German carmakers secretly agreed to cut corners on pollution equipment. A swell ...

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Nobody Really Knows What the Fed Does, but They Think It's Bad Anyway

Americans might be a little fuzzy on exactly what the Federal Reserve is and why the central bank’s activities matter, but many do believe it’s not working as well as it should. “When we’re talking about the Fed, not everyone knows exactly what it does,” said Jill Gonzales, an analyst at WalletHub. As it turns out, that’s an understatement. A ...

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Chipotle Earnings Improve, But Customers Aren't Flocking Back

Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. offered mixed financial results on Tuesday, as it continues to struggle to bring back customers despite giving away food and airing its first national ad campaign. The second quarter results, which beat earnings expectations but missed analysts’ projections for revenue and same-store sales growth, comes about a week after a norovirus outbreak at a Chipotle restaurant ...

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