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Canada prepares a combination of quotas and tariffs and the U.S. presses allies to end all imports of Iranian oil by November. Amid the chaos, bank stocks hit a record—for losses.

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The U.S. Supreme Court upheld President Donald Trump’s travel ban against mostly Muslim majority nations, giving him a victory on the controversy that's helped define his presidency. 

Special Counsel Robert Mueller is accelerating the criminal probe of possible collusion between Trump's campaign and Russia with an eye toward conclusions—and possible indictments—by fall.

Trump accused Harley-Davidson of using new tariffs on trade as cover for an existing plan to shift some production abroad and threatened an unspecified "big tax" on bikes imported to the U.S.

Every winter, apiarists rent their hives to farmers in California, attracting the attention of very specialized thieves. From Bloomberg Businessweek's Heist issue: How to steal 50 million bees.

High-deductible health insurance plans that put patients on the hook for thousands of dollars are widespread, but some employers are beginning to have second thoughts.

Although Tesla is averse to publicizing management figures besides Elon Musk, he doesn't work alone. Here's the rest of the team of the embattled electric carmaker.

What's Joe Weisenthal thinking? The Bloomberg news director says it's hard to know what the future holds, so your best bet is to figure out what the market is saying at this very moment. Right now, the answer isn't good.

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Transoceanic business-class tickets top $10,000 in some cases. But if you have airline miles or credit-card points that transfer to frequent-flier programs, they’re bookable for less than the cost of a coach seat. Here’s how to do just that for the best business-class cabins in the skies.

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