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October 23, 2019

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Boeing's Earnings Take Hit as Trade Fights Hurt Sales
Boeing said its profits more than halved in the latest quarter and plans to cut production of its 787 Dreamliner jet next year, but still expects the 737 MAX to return to service by the end of the year.

Heard on the Street: Boeing's Troubles Go Far Beyond Cash Flow
Pentagon Official to Testify About Delay in Ukraine Aid
Pentagon Official to Testify About Delay in Ukraine Aid
House panels leading the impeachment inquiry are set to hear from a Pentagon official responsible for policy toward Ukraine, who is expected to testify about the delay in security assistance to the country.

Diplomat Says Trump Tied Ukraine Aid to Biden Probe
Trump Administration Sues California Over Cap-and-Trade Market
The lawsuit aims to shut down California's emissions-trading market designed to limit air pollution, claiming it is unconstitutional because it is run in cooperation with the Canadian province of Quebec.13524 minutes ago

Trump Lifts Sanctions Against Turkey, Saying Cease-Fire Will Hold
President Trump said he is lifting U.S. sanctions against Turkey after being assured that the country is permanently halting an offensive in northern Syria as part of a deal with Russia. Bipartisan criticism of the move continued.11 minutes ago

Turkey, Russia Start Clock on Kurdish Withdrawal From Northern Syria
Amazon Sells Clothes From Factories Other Retailers Shun as Dangerous
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Amazon Sells Clothes From Factories Other Retailers Shun as Dangerous
After a 2013 factory collapse killed over 1,100 in Bangladesh, most big U.S. apparel companies agreed not to sell goods from plants violating worker-safety standards. Not Amazon.35

Video: A Look at Amazon's Apparel Supply Chains
Rising California Gasoline Prices Highlight Growing Divide in U.S.
Rising California Gasoline Prices Highlight Growing Divide in U.S.
Regional differences in taxes, environmental rules and access to energy infrastructure can translate into large seasonal swings in gasoline prices. Prices have surged this fall in California and other West Coast states.333

Facebook's Zuckerberg Faces Lawmakers Over Cryptocurrency
Facebook's Zuckerberg Faces Lawmakers Over Cryptocurrency
Mark Zuckerberg is appearing before a House committee to discuss Facebook's libra cryptocurrency plans. Lawmakers are also expected to ask about potential discrimination in how the company handles housing and credit-related advertising.54

Facebook Tackles Lack of Housing
States Mull Grounds for Facebook Case
Does Oregon Have the Answer to High Housing Costs?
Does Oregon Have the Answer to High Housing Costs?
Advice for Blood Thinners After C-Sections Draws Fire
Advice for Blood Thinners After C-Sections Draws Fire
For $8 Million, the House Where I.M. Pei Dreamed Up His Designs
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The Pressure Inside Boeing
Years before two 737 MAX planes crashed, employees inside Boeing expressed concerns over the automated system that regulators say is to blame.

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'Peak Car' Is Holding Back the Global Economy
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Disney Chief Defends Marvel Movies Against Critics
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Disney Chief Defends Marvel Movies Against Critics
Walt Disney Chief Executive Robert Iger pushed back forcefully at criticism from Hollywood directors Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola about Marvel Studios' superhero movies, saying he was "puzzled by it" and that they failed to appreciate the impact the films have on audiences.48

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Google Sweetens Search-Engine Remedy After EU Pressure
Google Sweetens Search-Engine Remedy After EU Pressure
Alphabet Inc.'s Google has bowed to pressure from European Union antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager in offering better terms to rival search engines that want to appear on Android phones under a EU4.3 billion antitrust decision against the tech giant.36 minutes ago

Billionaire Stock Picker Jeffrey Vinik to Shut Down Hedge Fund
Billionaire Stock Picker Jeffrey Vinik to Shut Down Hedge Fund
The closure comes less than eight months after he started the fund.23 minutes ago

British Police Probe Discovery of 39 Bodies in Truck Container
British Police Probe Discovery of 39 Bodies in Truck Container
British police are investigating how the bodies of 39 people wound up in a truck container at an industrial park near London, reviving longstanding concerns about the reach and practices of criminal trafficking gangs.

A Weary EU Considers Another Brexit Delay
A Weary EU Considers Another Brexit Delay
European Council President Donald Tusk is asking EU leaders to give the U.K. until Jan. 31 to ratify the Brexit agreement, with the bloc eager to end the Brexit saga but determined not to be the cause of a no-deal exit.36 minutes ago

BUSINESS & FINANCE
White House Wants to Privatize Fannie and Freddie. It Needs Wall Street's Help.
White House Wants to Privatize Fannie and Freddie. It Needs Wall Street's Help.
The Trump administration wants to put Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac back into private hands after more than a decade in government control. The path to doing so will likely lead through Wall Street.

Google Claims Breakthrough in Quantum Computing
Google Claims Breakthrough in Quantum Computing
The company said its quantum computer has performed a calculation in about three minutes compared with the 10,000 years it would have taken the world's fastest supercomputer to complete the task.

Blue Chips Are Lagging Behind the Broader Market
Blue Chips Are Lagging Behind the Broader Market
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is at risk of lagging behind the S&P 500 for the first time in four years, highlighting what some investors say are the shortcomings of the more-than-century old index.

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CEO Schwarzman Defends Blackstone as Firm's Profit Climbs
CEO Schwarzman Defends Blackstone as Firm's Profit Climbs
The private-equity industry has absorbed criticism from politicians as presidential campaigns heat up.

Caterpillar Lowers Profit Outlook
Lockheed Martin Buoyed by Record Orders
Microsoft Earnings Poised for Growth: What to Watch
Anthem Lifts Profit Target
U.S.
Giuliani Associates Plead Not Guilty in Campaign-Finance Case
Giuliani Associates Plead Not Guilty in Campaign-Finance Case
Two associates of Rudy Giuliani who aided his efforts to spark investigations in Ukraine that would benefit President Trump politically pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges tied to an alleged scheme to illegally influence U.S. politicians.19 minutes ago

Trump to Nominate Texas Doctor to Lead FDA
Trump to Nominate Texas Doctor to Lead FDA
President Trump plans to nominate Stephen M. Hahn, a radiation oncologist and chief medical executive at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, as the next Food and Drug Administration commissioner.

LIFE & ARTS
Gerrit Cole Proves Hittable as the Nationals Take World Series Opener
Gerrit Cole Proves Hittable as the Nationals Take World Series Opener
Juan Soto drove in three runs as the Washington Nationals beat the Houston Astros, 5-4, in Game 1 of the World Series

Ozone Hole Above Antarctica Shrinks to Smallest Size on Record
Ozone Hole Above Antarctica Shrinks to Smallest Size on Record
A hole in the ozone layer located near the Earth's South Pole is the smallest it has been since first being discovered in the 1980s, NASA said.

The Junk Food That Wants to Have It Both Ways
The Junk Food That Wants to Have It Both Ways
A new crop of kids' snacks tries to appeal to parents seeking new-age all-natural ingredients but old-school artificial taste.

New York Town's Decades of Prohibition Might End Next Month
New York Town's Decades of Prohibition Might End Next Month
Referendum is asking residents of Argyle, N.Y., whether to be wet or dry. Eleven attempts to repeal Argyle's dry laws have failed since the 21st Amendment ended Prohibition in 1933.

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ECONOMY
Housing Market Stalls in September
Housing Market Stalls in September
Economy Week Ahead: U.S. Existing-Home Sales and Durable Goods, Eurozone Flash PMIs
Germany's Labor System Would Be Difficult to Import
REAL ESTATE
Hollywood Tough Guy Jason Statham Lists His Swanky Malibu Pad for $19.95 Million
Hollywood Tough Guy Jason Statham Lists His Swanky Malibu Pad for $19.95 Million
Harry Connick Jr. on Having to Deal With Loss at Age 13
At Home With the Tastemakers
SPORTS
The Astros' Bet on an Accused Abuser Backfires
The Astros' Bet on an Accused Abuser Backfires
Impeachment? U.S. Senators Can't Even Agree on Rooting for the Nationals
Washington Falls in Love With the Nationals
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Bedding Brand Brooklinen Pulls Other Marketers Into New Online Store
Always Drops Venus Symbol; Brooklinen Pulls Other Brands Into Its New Store; Kawhi Leonard Meets the Terminator
Interpublic Operating Income Increases Despite Headwinds in the U.S.
CIO
Colin Powell Reminisces About IT Overhaul at the State Department
The Morning Download: Tim Berners-Lee Envisions a Better Web
How CIOs Can Prepare for a Downturn
CFO
U.S. Companies Advised to Prepare for Multiple Benchmark Rates in Transition from Libor
United Technologies' New Acting CFO Gets a Chance to Audition for Postmerger Role
U.S. Companies Preparing for Long-Term 'Confrontational Relationship' With China
RISK & COMPLIANCE
CFTC Commissioners, Staff Win Reprieve From Contempt Hearing
U.S. Restricts Leasing of Commercial Aircraft to Cuban State-Owned Airlines
Anti-Money-Laundering Watchdog Puts More Pressure on Iran
LOGISTICS REPORT
Singapore's Temasek Makes Takeover Offer for Offshore Rig Builder Keppel
UPS Strikes Agreements to Use Drones to Deliver Medical Supplies
Today's Logistics Report: Healthy Drone Competition; Settling Opioid Cases; Boeing's Greater Scrutiny
BARRON'S
Oil Prices Rise After Surprise
Fiona Reynolds: Why Climate Risk Matters for Investors
Texas Instruments Tanks the Chip Sector and Investors' Hopes for a Rebound
MARKETWATCH
Zuckerberg is getting grilled in Washington as bitcoin is getting grilled on Wall Street
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg: 'I actually don't know if Libra is going to work' -- his doubts are shared by millions of Americans
Hexo postpones Q4 earnings release, plans $54 million debt raise
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