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  • 01:46 Yahoo To Confirm Big Data Breach - Recode

    Yahoo To Confirm Big Data Breach - Recode

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    Yahoo is expected to confirm that a data breach has exposed several hundred million user accounts, according to Recode. Fred Katayama reports.

  • 00:55 Ericsson To Stop Manufacturing In Sweden: Report

    Ericsson To Stop Manufacturing In Sweden: Report

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    Mobile telecoms equipment maker Ericsson plans to close the last of its Swedish manufacturing sites as part of planned savings, cutting about 3,000 jobs, according to a Swedish newspaper. David Pollard reports.

  • 01:21 Boe Warns Of 'challenging Period'

    Boe Warns Of 'challenging Period'

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    The Bank of England has issued a new warning that Britain still faces a "challenging period" for financial stability despite resilience seen after the European Union referendum, and rules for banks must remain tight. Julian Satterthwaite reports

  • 01:18 Brexit Fears Stalk London's Catwalks

    Brexit Fears Stalk London's Catwalks

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    Questions are being asked by British designers about how Brexit will impact the global industry. Laura Frykberg reports.

  • 00:59 Apple Could Step On Samsung's Turf

    Apple Could Step On Samsung's Turf

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    Apple is reportedly looking to open its first store in South Korea. As Fred Katayama reports, it could be across the street from Samsung's headquarters in Seoul.

  • 01:41 Popular New Growth Warnings Over Euro Zone

    New Growth Warnings Over Euro Zone

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    The German economy will lose steam in the second half of 2016 as weaker foreign demand causes industrial output to slow. As David Pollard reports, the warning from the Finance Ministry is another sign that Europe's biggest economy is set for a slowdo

  • 01:25 Help For Hanjin While Maersk Splits Business

    Help For Hanjin While Maersk Splits Business

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    The largest shareholder of Hanjin Shipping has agreed to lend 60 billion won ($53.96 million) to help unload cargo that has been stranded since the world's seventh-largest container carrier collapsed late last month. As Laura Frykberg reports, the ne

  • 01:30 East Meets West Art Flourishes In Hong Kong

    East Meets West Art Flourishes In Hong Kong

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    Once a gateway city known purely for finance and commerce, Hong Kong is flourishing as the newest arts hub on the block. As Tara Joseph reports, its becoming a haven for western artists trying to attract an Asian audience.

  • 01:32 Taiwan Asks Google To Blur Island Images

    Taiwan Asks Google To Blur Island Images

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    Taipei's Defense Ministry asks Google to blur Itu Aba, its one and only holding in the South China Sea, from satellite images on Google Maps and Google Earth. Graham Mackay reports.

  • 01:41 Lawmakers Skewer Mylan Ceo Over Epipen Price Increase

    Lawmakers Skewer Mylan Ceo Over Epipen Price Increase

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    Congressman Jason Chaffetz says "I don't know that I believe you" to Mylan CEO Heather Bresch over the company's decision to dramatically increase the price of EpiPens. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

  • 01:50 Popular Fed Keeps Rates Steady, Signals One Hike By End Of Year

    Fed Keeps Rates Steady, Signals One Hike By End Of Year

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    The U.S. Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged, but strongly signaled it could still tighten monetary policy by the end of this year. Fred Katayama reports.

  • 00:58 Wall Street Climbs On Fed Inaction

    Wall Street Climbs On Fed Inaction

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    Investors went shopping for stocks after the Fed decided to hold interest rates steady. But as Fred Katayama reports, the central bank said the case for a rate hike has strengthened.

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