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Boeing Co. is considering another cut to production of its marquee 787 Dreamliner as the aerospace giant contends with sluggish demand, people familiar with the matter said.

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Antarctica is the coldest, driest and windiest place on earth was untouched by humans until around 200 years ago. But now it contains 70 permanent research stations and was visited by 56,000 tourists last year. We chart the white continent’s fraught history, from early explorers and claims for the land to today where many are questioning whether the end of the Antarctic Treaty in 2048 could lead to mineral, oil and gas exploitation in the region.

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<p>Stocks ended lower Friday after the second U.S. case of the deadly coronavirus was confirmed, stoking concerns over the sickness’ impact on the global economy.</p>

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Any hope retailers would extinguish the fires consuming them in 2020 is fading fast, with closures by Macy's, J.C. Penney, Express, Pier 1 and others.

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A key interest rate is moving to levels last seen in the fall when markets were worried about trade wars, and that falling yield may be a warning for markets.

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<p>Trump appears to be falling into lockstep with the more general Republican position that closing the federal deficit requires cutting back on Social Security, Medicare and other social safety net programs.</p>

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<p>Stocks gave back gains from earlier in the day Friday after the second U.S. case of the deadly coronavirus was confirmed.</p><p></p>

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The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is a case study of how lawmakers make themselves richer with the bills they pass.

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Charles and his late brother David, as well as two other siblings, have purchased some of the most remarkable homes in the world. A look at their valuable portfolio.

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As retailers spar over expedited shipping, Amazon is spending billions to get the upper hand.

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It might sound like a risky strategy at a time when millions of Americans are drowning in debt: keep raising the limit on people’s credit cards, even if they don’t ask.

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The announcement comes during a time of significant change in the shipping industry.

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New York is on track to ban cashless businesses after the city council voted to join San Francisco and Philadelphia in requiring brick-and-mortar stores to accept cash.

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U.S. stock index futures were slightly higher on Friday morning.

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Renault, Honda and Peugeot owner PSA Group are among the global companies that have large manufacturing plants in Wuhan, China, the center of a coronavirus outbreak that has claimed dozens of lives.

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