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Tax reform, Reagan style, may be a tougher fit for Trump

Some elements of the 1986 success are absent, like the number of remaining loopholes, and this president has a personal interest in those that remain.

Source: The New York Times

Live: Autoliv shares drop 5% in premarket trade on earnings disappointment

Our live blog is tracking market reaction after Autoliv reported organic sales grew by just 0.2 percent in Q2.


China wants to be a $150 billion world leader in AI in less than 15 years

China's three step program outlines its aim to use AI in a number of areas from the military to smart cities.


This Day in History, July 21, 2017

Among the events that happened on this day in history, in 2002 WorldCom files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.


Israel considering infrastructure spending to close gap and boost productivity

Israel is waking up to its dramatic shortfall in infrastructure compared to most developed economies and a potential increase in spending is bound to offer the private sector a raft of new opportunities.


Microsoft stock gyrates after earnings beat

Microsoft beat estimates on both earnings and revenue in the fourth quarter of its 2017 fiscal year.


Sweden asked the public to vote on a name for a new train and this is what they came up with

A train operator in Sweden has vowed to name one of its trains Trainy McTrainface in a bid to bring “joy” to all those disappointed when the U.K. overturned a public vote to name a polar research ship with a similar quirky name.


Bitcoin nears record high price after 'milestone' in fierce debate over its future

Some in the bitcoin space said there are more hurdles to jump over yet in the scaling debate.


Should you worry about the stronger euro?

A stronger euro doesn't necessarily undermine the outlook for corporate earnings in the euro zone, says Clive McDonnell of Standard Chartered Private Bank.


European markets lower; Paysafe up 8%, Siemens sells Russian stake

Bourses in Europe were lower on Friday as investors digested comments from ECB President Mario Draghi and fresh corporate earnings.