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once revered as treasures of american capitalism big tech companies are now targets of political attacks from
Once revered as treasures of American capitalism, big tech companies are now targets of political attacks from both parties, growing public criticism and regulatory scrutiny.
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promising an alternative financial system that makes it possible to send money around the world with few fees
Promising an alternative financial system that makes it possible to send money around the world with few fees, Facebook’s cryptocurrency project, Libra, has run into resistance from Washington.
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many other small and midsize areas that were once gaining ground economically are similarly falling behind eve
Many other small and midsize areas that were once gaining ground economically are similarly falling behind. Even the Lexington-Fayette region in Kentucky, home to the largest Toyota plant in the world, is losing ground.
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many midsize cities and small towns that found manufacturing based prosperity in the 20th century have lost th
Many midsize cities and small towns that found manufacturing-based prosperity in the 20th century have lost their footing in the tech-heavy economy of the 21st. Our reporter explores what happened.
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while arbys has flatly rejected plant based meat other chains are taking a more cautious approach still restau
While Arby’s has flatly rejected plant-based meat, other chains are taking a more cautious approach. Still, restaurant sales of meat alternatives have risen 268 percent.
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why in the world should facebook of all companies do this asked senator brian schatz maybe before you do a new
“Why in the world should Facebook of all companies do this?” asked Senator Brian Schatz. “Maybe before you do a new thing you should make sure you have your own shop fixed.”
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just as the 20th century groomed a generation of children steeped in the ethos of tv culture the 21st century
Just as the 20th century groomed a generation of children steeped in the ethos of TV culture, the 21st century will produce a generation who grew up chasing clout online and who understand how to operate in the attention economy.
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as several restaurant chains embrace a growing consumer demand for vegetarian products that simulate the taste
As several restaurant chains embrace a growing consumer demand for vegetarian products that simulate the taste and texture of meat, Arby’s unveiled a product meant to poke fun at fans of meatless meat.
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lacking the official power to make the federal reserve cut interest rates president trump may have found a way
Lacking the official power to make the Federal Reserve cut interest rates, President Trump may have found a way to force its hand: stoking economic uncertainty.
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facebook has said just trust us and every time americans trust you they seem to get burned big tech faces a tr
“Facebook has said ‘just trust us.’ And every time Americans trust you, they seem to get burned.” Big Tech faces a "trust gap" in Washington.

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bank of america will stop lending money to gun manufacturers that make military inspired firearms for civilian
Bank of America will stop lending money to gun manufacturers that make military-inspired firearms for civilian use, such as the AR-15-style rifles that have been used in multiple mass shootings.
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trumps top economic adviser larry kudlow said that the administration had to be tougher on spending and would
Trump’s top economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, said that the administration had to be tougher on spending and would begin to consider “the larger entitlements” — Social Security and Medicare are the two biggest social insurance programs — “probably next year”
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trump will make out like a bandit on all the big items
Trump will make out like a bandit on all the big items”
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people have gone to prison for stuff like this and if i were representing someone with facts like this assumin
“People have gone to prison for stuff like this, and if I were representing someone with facts like this, assuming the facts described in this petition are true, I would be very worried about an indictment.”
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it was the first passenger fatality in the 51 year history of southwest which prides itself on a stellar safet
It was the first passenger fatality in the 51-year history of Southwest, which prides itself on a stellar safety record. Here's the potential fallout:
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for those on wall street who make a living negotiating the deal struck by the president doesnt look too artful
For those on Wall Street, who make a living negotiating, the deal struck by the president doesn’t look too artful. Not only that, it raises all sorts of questions about his ability extract concessions in future negotiations.
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president trump is battling on a global front taking aim at allies and adversaries alike these countries are f
President Trump is battling on a global front, taking aim at allies and adversaries alike. These countries are fighting back, drawing up retaliatory measures that go after products in President Trump’s political base. Here’s their plans:
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google shielded three executives who were accused of sexual misconduct from the consequences that others faced
Google shielded three executives who were accused of sexual misconduct from the consequences that others faced.
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i was never motivated by money said martin shkreli wearing dark prison scrubs and sitting at the defense table
“I was never motivated by money,” said Martin Shkreli, wearing dark prison scrubs and sitting at the defense table. He cried as he gave his statement, dabbing at his eyes with a tissue.
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the fda has approved a new drug for osteoporosis it builds bone at a rate normally seen in adolescents studies
The F.D.A. has approved a new drug for osteoporosis. It builds bone at a rate normally seen in adolescents, studies have shown.
Total(1) => 0.39854693412781 f_f_QM(2) => 0.14753341674805 indS(2) => 0.069271087646484 indM(2) => 0.075773954391479 indM_1(2) => 0.0032548904418945 indM_2(2) => 0.00098419189453125 indM_4(2) => 0.0058503150939941 indM_5(2) => 0.023144006729126 indM_6(2) => 0.0076780319213867 indM_7(2) => 0.0073370933532715 indM_8(2) => 0.0020132064819336 indM_9(2) => 0.01469087600708 indM_10(2) => 0.010417938232422 f_f_pTL(2) => 0.24899506568909 f_f_dT(20) => 0.2487165927887