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Below please find daily updates pertaining to the latest in financial, business, and tax news:

Online Wall Street Journal News

Carlos Ghosn Offers to Pay for Ankle Monitor, Security to Get Bail in Japan

Sun, Jan 20, 2019

Carlos Ghosn scaled back his request for bail as his detention stretches into its ninth week, promising to stay in Tokyo and pay for an ankle monitor and security guards to ensure he doesn’t flee....

Facebook, Germany to Collaborate Against Election Interference

Sun, Jan 20, 2019

Facebook Inc. Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg said the company will work with the German ministry for information security in a broad effort to guide policy here and throughout Europe on election interference....

American Railways Chug Toward Automation

Sun, Jan 20, 2019

Rio Tinto calls it the world’s largest robot: mile-long driverless trains traversing the sparsely populated Australian Outback. American railroad companies call it the future....

Every Gadget and App Should Have a Dark Mode

Sun, Jan 20, 2019

Dark Mode: It’s good for your eyes, your battery and maybe even your sanity, and it’s hidden in most of your devices and apps. Here’s how to turn it on almost everywhere....

The Public Face of Huawei's Global Fight

Sat, Jan 19, 2019

Meng Wanzhou, Huawei’s finance chief and daughter of its founder, helped lead the company’s effort to improve its image. With her arrest, she’s caught up in one of the probes ensnaring the company around the world....

Central Banks Struggle With Policy Settings

Sun, Jan 20, 2019

The eurozone’s economic slowdown has taken European Central Bank officials by surprise, potentially disrupting their plans to lift short-term interest rates this year....

Economy Week Ahead: U.S. Home Sales, Eurozone Manufacturing

Sun, Jan 20, 2019

In the week ahead, the U.S. will see data on home sales and durable goods, while Europe will get data on eurozone manufacturing....

The 'Hybrid' Skills That Tomorrow's Jobs Will Require

Sun, Jan 20, 2019

Jobs that tap both technical and creative thinking will be likely to pay well—and resist automation....

Trump Administration Sets Final Rules for New Business Tax Deduction

Fri, Jan 18, 2019

The Trump administration set final rules for a new deduction that will provide significant savings for many business owners, providing more clarity for real-estate owners and service-industry businesses. ...

Shutdown, Trade Tensions Weigh on U.S. Households

Fri, Jan 18, 2019

An index of U.S. consumer sentiment fell to its lowest level in more than two years in January, amid worries about the government shutdown, trade tensions, volatile markets and a cooling global economy....

WSJ Online News

Carlos Ghosn Offers to Pay for Ankle Monitor, Security to Get Bail in Japan

Carlos Ghosn scaled back his request for bail as his detention stretches into its ninth week, promising to stay in Tokyo and pay for an ankle monitor and security guards to ensure he doesn’t flee....

Facebook, Germany to Collaborate Against Election Interference

Facebook Inc. Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg said the company will work with the German ministry for information security in a broad effort to guide policy here and throughout Europe on el...

American Railways Chug Toward Automation

Rio Tinto calls it the world’s largest robot: mile-long driverless trains traversing the sparsely populated Australian Outback. American railroad companies call it the future....

Every Gadget and App Should Have a Dark Mode

Dark Mode: It’s good for your eyes, your battery and maybe even your sanity, and it’s hidden in most of your devices and apps. Here’s how to turn it on almost everywhere....

The Public Face of Huawei's Global Fight

Meng Wanzhou, Huawei’s finance chief and daughter of its founder, helped lead the company’s effort to improve its image. With her arrest, she’s caught up in one of the probes ensnaring the company ...

Central Banks Struggle With Policy Settings

The eurozone’s economic slowdown has taken European Central Bank officials by surprise, potentially disrupting their plans to lift short-term interest rates this year....

Economy Week Ahead: U.S. Home Sales, Eurozone Manufacturing

In the week ahead, the U.S. will see data on home sales and durable goods, while Europe will get data on eurozone manufacturing....

The 'Hybrid' Skills That Tomorrow's Jobs Will Require

Jobs that tap both technical and creative thinking will be likely to pay well—and resist automation....

Trump Administration Sets Final Rules for New Business Tax Deduction

The Trump administration set final rules for a new deduction that will provide significant savings for many business owners, providing more clarity for real-estate owners and service-industry busin...

Shutdown, Trade Tensions Weigh on U.S. Households

An index of U.S. consumer sentiment fell to its lowest level in more than two years in January, amid worries about the government shutdown, trade tensions, volatile markets and a cooling global eco...