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Retired Pope Benedict ‘on a pilgrimage home’

Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Retired Pope Benedict 'on a pilgrimage home' Sunday will mark five years since the pope stunned the world with his resignation. Post to Facebook Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. The Associated Press Published 5:01 p.m.…

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Trump is a ‘joke,’ and other Biden interview highlights

Joe Biden is interviewed by sports writer, television analyst and University of Michigan graduate Adam Schefter at the Michigan Theater during his book tour in Ann Arbor, Mich., Feb. 5, 2018. (Photo: Tanya Moutzalias, The Ann Arbor News via AP) Former vice president Joe Biden, long known for the occasional blunt remark, delivered some zingers at the expense of President…

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VIX May Form the ‘Mother of All Inverted Vs’

By The Cboe Volatility Index may not go back to its extreme lows of the past few years, but strategists at Societe Generale and MKM Partners LLC think it’s headed in that direction. “We expect the term structure to gradually normalize over the next few weeks,” strategists Jitesh Kumar and Vincent Cassot of SocGen wrote…

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Travis Kalanick Stands Up to Google at Waymo-Uber Trial

Even under intense questioning from Waymo’s lawyers in Silicon Valley’s high-profile trade-secrets trial, Travis Kalanick, in answers both subtle and overt, stayed on message for Uber: Set the engineers free. The co-founder and ousted chief executive officer of Uber Technologies Inc. was repeatedly challenged over his ethics, business practices and ambition. While he got caught…

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