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2016-07-29

The Wall Street Journal: Clinton campaign hacked in breach similar to DNC cyberattack

A data program used by Hillary Clinton’s campaign was hacked, an aide says Friday, as a broad pattern of cyberattacks on Democratic political organizations began to emerge.

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The Wall Street Journal: Dallas police say job applications have skyrocketed over past few weeks

Dallas police have seen an “unprecedented surge” in people applying to become officers after deadly July 7 sniper attack, the department said Friday.

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The Moneyologist: My brother stole my $110,000 inheritance by altering our mother’s will

This woman says she was left $110,000, but all she got was $300.

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NewsWatch: One of the biggest life regrets for older Americans is ...

Many regrets center around what you didn’t do, not what you did.

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The Tell: Emerging-market debt funds just had a record 4-week buying boom

Investor appetite for emerging-market bonds has pushed buying in debt-oriented funds tied to those regions to records.

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Defying low crude prices, Exxon, Chevron stay the course

Exxon Mobil and Chevron Corp. don’t provide any outlook on crude prices, but stay the course on oil and natural-gas production.

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Questions about Melania Trump’s bio suggest fibbing is not worth it

Your résumé will get checked, even if you’re not a future First Lady.

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Whole Foods ‘world’s healthiest’ branding rejected by U.S. Patent Office

Whole Foods’ application for a trademark branding it the “World’s Healthiest Grocery Store” was rejected by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

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The Fed: Weak GDP closes the door on Fed interest-rate hike in September

The weak economic picture painted by the second-quarter GDP data eliminates the chances of Federal Reserve interest-rate hike in September, analysts said.

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Market Extra: Is Bank of Japan signaling that it’s running out of ammo?

The Bank of Japan surprised markets by offering a much smaller-than-expected expansion of its stimulus program and announcing a review of its policy framework.

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The Wall Street Journal: Fed’s Kaplan says monetary policy has reached limits for bolstering growth

Robert Kaplan, president of the Dallas Fed, calls for fiscal policy and structural reforms to help economic growth.

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