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Samsung Heir Gets Bribery Conviction, Five-Year Sentence

Lee Jae-yong was found guilty of bribing South Korea’s former president and sentenced to five years in prison for his role in a corruption scandal that brought down a government. in 21 hours

Amazon Clobbers Grocers With Price Cuts at Whole Foods

Amazon.com said it will begin slashing prices on grocery staples at Whole Foods Market, the first of several changes the e-commerce giant plans to make at its latest and biggest acquisition, sending stocks of traditional grocers into a fresh tailspin. 338in 13 hours

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Early signs of concern about the debt ceiling are creeping into the markets, as President Trump pressured lawmakers over how to proceed on the issue. 1649in 13 hours

Future of Fed Chief Hangs Over Meeting at Jackson Hole

The prospect of a second term for Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen won’t be on the agenda at the central bank’s retreat, but the question of whether she could be asked to stay on will be hanging over the confab. 11542 minutes ago

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USS McCain Collision: Are We Too Reliant on Technology?

The collision between the USS John S. McCain and a merchant ship near Singapore was fourth such incident involving U.S. Navy surface vessels in a year. Why do they keep having accidents despite being equipped with some of the most advanced technologies? in 18 hours

Tesla’s Self-Driving Push Sparked Dissent Among Its Engineers

Elon Musk built a company that’s more valuable than General Motors or Ford. Now, his ambitious goals for Tesla’s Autopilot technology are being tested by resignations and disquiet in the engineering ranks. 574in 7 hours

Hurricane Harvey Strengthens to Category 2 Storm

Hurricane Harvey, which is expected to hit Texas late Friday or early Saturday, has strengthened to a Category 2 storm, the National Hurricane Center said. in 21 hours
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