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Government Shutdown Shakes Stability of Jobs That Are Often the Best Around

Federal work is an anchor in many local economies, offering security and benefits increasingly rare in the private sector and a route to the middle class.

John C. Bogle, Founder of Financial Giant Vanguard, Is Dead at 89

Beginning in 1974, Mr. Bogle built Vanguard Group into one of the world’s largest mutual fund companies, attracting investors in droves.

French Government Calls for Carlos Ghosn to Be Replaced as Renault’s Leader

If the carmaker ousts Mr. Ghosn, who is jailed in Tokyo on charges of financial impropriety, he would be separated entirely from the auto empire he created.

Goldman Sachs’s Tactic in Malaysian Fraud Case: Smear an Ex-Partner

The investment bank is campaigning to convince the authorities that a former partner, Tim Leissner, was a master con man — and that is how the bank became ensnared in a vast fraud.

F.T.C. Is Said to Be Considering Large Facebook Fines

The agency’s investigation, which began in late March, is continuing, and the commissioners and staff have not reached a final conclusion.

‘Bear Market’ Is an Arbitrary Label, but Using It Can Hurt

Popular definitions for “bear markets” aren’t scientifically based, the economist Robert Shiller says, yet they can contribute to downward spirals.

John E. Merow, Former Head of Sullivan & Cromwell, Dies at 89

Mr. Merow, who oversaw the expansion of one of Wall Street’s major law firms, died along with his wife, Mary Alyce, in a fire in their Manhattan home.

His Art, Their Ideas: Did Robert Indiana Lose Control of His Work?

Private text messages entered as evidence in a legal dispute raise new questions about whether the artist fully designed his final works.

Trump Administration Finalizes Business Tax-Break Rules, Just in Time

The Internal Revenue Service issued regulations governing a 20 percent deduction for so-called pass-through companies.

Polls Show Government Shutdown Is Eroding Faith in Economy

Consumer-sentiment readings are declining, and more Americans rate President Trump’s economic policies poorly, as the impasse in Washington drags on.

Tesla to Cut 3,000 Jobs in Bid to Push Model 3 Into the Mass Market

The reductions, which amount to 7 percent of Tesla’s work force, were necessary keep the company viable, Elon Musk wrote in an email to employees.

US Stocks Rise Again to Build on Four-Week Rally

U.S. stocks are rising again Friday morning as the market wraps up another strong week with big gains for technology and industrial companies, while banks rose after more of them posted strong fourth-quarter reports.

Study Links Drug Maker Gifts to Doctors to More Overdose Deaths

Counties where doctors got more meals, trips and consulting fees from opioid makers had higher overdose deaths involving prescription opioids.

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