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  1. Morgan Stanley fires former US lawmaker for misconduct

    Morgan Stanley has fired former U.S. Democratic lawmaker Harold Ford, Jr., a managing director at the Wall Street bank, for inappropriate ...
  2. iPhone X seen taking Apple to trillion-dollar valuation

    Apple Inc took a step closer to becoming a trillion dollar company after the tech giant reported a blowout third quarter on Thursday and shrugged ...
  3. Soccer-German FA hit with hefty back tax payment over 2006 World Cup

  4. Tyson Foods says it clears SEC probe on alleged chicken pricing

    Meat processor Tyson Foods Inc said U.S regulators have not recommended any enforcement action after they concluded a probe related to ...
  5. BlackRock urges Exxon to disclose more about climate change-related risks

    The world's largest asset manager BlackRock Inc on Friday urged Exxon Mobil Corp to "enhance its disclosures" regarding risks related to climate ...
  6. Australian police to get greater powers to shoot in militant sieges

    Police in Australia's most populous state will be allowed to shoot suspects in "terrorist related" incidents even if the attacker does not pose an ...