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Here are today's top stories
Donald Trump is heading for a trade showdown with China President Xi Jinping. But the U.S. leader is bringing with him something that, a few months ago, would have seemed improbable: allies.
The U.K. could face its steepest economic slump since World War II if it crashes out of the European Union without a Brexit deal. But the governor of the Bank of England said he's prepared.
The incoming Democratic-led House of Representatives is ready to end Trump's "war on science," but it won't be easy, Bloomberg Businessweek reports.
It's still November, but we're prepared to call the winner when it comes to 2018 Black Friday sales. Hint: It's named after a South American river.
Intel has dominated chipmaking for more than 30 years, but it's about to be eclipsed by a company few Americans have ever heard of.
What you'll need to know tomorrow
- The $15 billion money pit dragging down GE.
- Your next Uber driver could be an undercover venture capitalist.
- How a frenzied expansion put Mattress Firm to sleep.
- Male birth control is getting closer to reality.
- Ford is reworking its plants to build more SUVs.
- Trump is succeeding in making Obamacare plans less popular.
- BMW introduced the world to an enormous new SUV.
What you'll want to read tonight
The mosquito species is among the world’s deadliest, spreading diseases such as dengue fever and chikungunya that kill tens of thousands of people every year and infect millions more. Killing those bugs, if cheap enough, could be a lucrative business opportunity. So Alphabet is experimenting, releasing infertile male lab-bred mosquitoes into the wild. When they mate with their counterpart females in the wild, the result is stealth annihilation: the offspring never hatch.
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