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  1. Bloomberg Businessweek; 11/20/2017
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    (AN 126251756); ISSN: 00077135
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    (AN 126251765); ISSN: 00077135
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    (AN 126251767); ISSN: 00077135
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    (AN 126251768); ISSN: 00077135
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    (AN 126251771); ISSN: 00077135
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    (AN 126251773); ISSN: 00077135
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    (AN 126251775); ISSN: 00077135
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    (AN 126251776); ISSN: 00077135
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    (AN 126251777); ISSN: 00077135
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  35. Bloomberg Businessweek; 11/13/2017
    The article offers news briefs on Asia. Syria announced it would become a party to the Paris climate agreement, leaving the U.S. as the sole member of the United Nations apart from the agreement. Lebanese prime minister Saad Hariri resigned on November 4, 2017. Iran denied accusations made by Saudi Arabia that Iran provided Yemen with a missile to fire against Saudi Arabia.
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  36. Bloomberg Businessweek; 11/13/2017
    The article offers news briefs on Europe. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) modernized its command structure to elevate cyberdefense to the same level as land, air, and sea defense. Italian politician Silvio Berlusconi played a significant role in an electoral victory for a center-right coalition in Sicily. British secretary for international development Priti Patel resigned following the revelation of her meeting with Israeli officials in September 2017 without authorization.
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  37. Bloomberg Businessweek; 11/13/2017
    News briefs for the U.S. are presented. U.S. senator John Cornyn announced he would work with U.S. congressional Democrats to close loopholes in background-check legislation concerning gun purchases following a November 5, 2017, mass shooting in Texas. The U.S. Justice Department will require the firm Time Warner to sell the Turner Broadcasting System division prior to approval of Time Warner's sale to AT&T. Members of the U.S. Democratic Party made significant gains in state and local elections on November 7, 2017.
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  38. Bloomberg Businessweek; 11/13/2017
    The article discusses an anticorruption movement established by Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, notably his arrests of several Saudi princes, ministers, and businessmen and seizure of assets of wealthy Arabs in late 2017. It examines the political significance of the movement, declining oil wealth in Saudi Arabia, and fears of war between Saudi Arabia and Iran.
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  39. Bloomberg Businessweek; 11/13/2017
    The article evaluates political reforms introduced by French president Emmanuel Macron during his first six months in office, particularly reform of labor rules, and states that Macron plans to confront the French unemployment rate.
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  40. Bloomberg Businessweek; 11/13/2017
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  41. Bloomberg Businessweek; 11/13/2017
    The article states that Indian budget airline SpiceJet Ltd. was negotiating with Japanese construction and aviation firm Setouchi Holdings Inc. to purchase around 100 amphibious Quest Kodiak planes that land on water, open fields, or roads in order to alleviate India's lack of modernized airports and runways. The article states that the planes were being evaluated by Indian aviation regulators.
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  42. Bloomberg Businessweek; 11/13/2017
    The article discusses concern among Chinese government and public health officials regarding the prescription and use of untested and unregulated injections of drug combinations that utilize traditional medication and herbal remedies. According to the article, deaths and adverse reactions to such injections doubled to 133,000 between 2011 and 2016.
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  43. Bloomberg Businessweek; 11/13/2017
    The article describes efforts by high technology firms such as Amazon.com Inc., Google, and Apple Inc. to train their virtual assistant products Alexa, Google Assistant, and Siri in India's several languages and subcultures, particularly in what the article refers to as Hinglish.
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  44. Bloomberg Businessweek; 11/13/2017
    The article discusses the use of the mobile app Snapchat, owned by the firm Snap Inc., by paedophiles and child pornographers. According to the article, predators utilize Snapchat's popularity among young people and the service's vanishing messages to exploit children. The article states that Snap Inc. announced an overhaul of its system and security measures for Snapchat on November 7, 2017.
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  45. Bloomberg Businessweek; 11/13/2017
    The article discusses resistance on the part of phone chip manufacturer Qualcomm Inc. to accept a $105 billion takeover bid by phone chip manufacturer Broadcom Ltd. According to the article, Qualcomm executives were planning to advise shareholders that the offer by Broadcom president and chief executive officer Hock Tan is too low. The article also states that Broadcom was planning to move its headquarters from Singapore to the U.S.
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