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U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May has spent two years negotiating a Brexit deal, one which has been rejected twice by huge majorities. Now she's promised to quit—but only if Parliament gives her what she wants. A vote could take place as early as Friday.
Here are today’s top stories
U.S. stocks fell and traders piled into bonds as the reality of a worrying economic outlook began to sink in.
Amazon, perhaps more than other tech companies, has come to resemble a conglomerate. Here are the enormous numbers behind its reach.
U.S. President Donald Trump promised to bring back $4 trillion in offshore cash last year. He missed the mark by $3.3 trillion.
The road to Yale begins at age 5 at New York's Baby Ivies, the private preschools and kindergartens where big money and bigger egos clash.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced India has joined the U.S., Russia and China in having the capability to shoot down satellites.
What’s Joe Weisenthal thinking about? The Bloomberg news director says the upcoming Jobs Day is something to get excited about, but perhaps not for happy reasons. Only 20,000 new jobs were created in February. Since then, we've had the dovish pivot from the Fed and the yield-curve inversion. And the R-word is on everyone's lips.
What you’ll need to know tomorrow
- Half of older Americans have zero in their retirement savings.
- You're not making as much as you could from your savings account.
- A $7.8 billion Navy destroyer is about to be delivered—5 years late.
- Fifty women say Salesforce helped sex traffickers exploit them.
- Infected U.S. shale oil is being turned away by Asian buyers.
- How to prove yourself as a CEO on your very first day.
- The U.S. started a trade war with China, and Mexico won.
What you’ll want to read in Bloomberg Pursuits
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