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BT pays more than expected to beat off pay-TV rival Sky and retain broadcast rights to Champions League football

Hong Kong’s No. 2 official promises “more decisive measures” to halt protest violence

Venice is facing its second exceptionally high tide in a week, while still reeling from the 187-centimeter tide it recorded on Wednesday, the highest in 50 years

British financiers have long been vocal critics of Boris Johnson. An even bleaker prospect for them is victory for Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn — the first leader of a mainstream party to challenge the City’s power since the Big Bang era of the 1980s

The world’s largest platinum producers seal a wage deal with the biggest workers’ union that allows South African miners to capitalize on a rally in prices and calms investor anxiety about industrial action

Rudy Giuliani’s role in back-channel efforts to pressure Ukraine will come under closer scrutiny in the House impeachment hearings on Friday

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Kraft Heinz has appointed a new global CIO to deliver an AI growth recipe

The unemployment rate for recent college graduates has been steadily moving upward, while the general unemployment rate for all other workers has been rapidly declining over the last 10 years

According to data from the Grocery Manufacturers Association, 76% of Americans who know about CBD believe commercial products are federally regulated, which they aren't

Silicon Valley Institute of Technology launched a global scholarship for women to bring exceptional talent to Silicon Valley

A non-traditional route: The educational journey of a student veteran #paid @civicnation

ALL IN Challenge honors college campuses for excellence in student voter engagement #paid @civicnation

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In a good year, the flu vaccine is 60% effective, meaning that people who get it are 60% less likely to get sick. The last time it worked that well was in the 2010-11 flu season.

U.S. consumers showed no signs of belt-tightening in sales results from Walmart, which have hit a five-year growth streak #WSJWhatsNow

Since leaving the governorship of Massachusetts in 2015, Deval Patrick has served on the boards of American Well and Global Blood Therapeutics. Those links could be a liability for him in race for White House.

SoftBank’s $1 billion investment in Wirecard came with a twist—no SoftBank cash

The Chinese video-sharing app has four times as many downloads in India as in America

Heard on the Street: Copper prices have risen in the past few months, but weakness in China’s construction sector could put an end to the rally

Heard on the Street: The combination of Yahoo Japan’s online shopping and Line’s instant messaging will depend on careful management of different corporate cultures

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