Suriname Could Be Latest Big Oil Find as Industry Cuts Costs

The small South American country has become a hot prospect for oil companies looking to produce fossil fuels while spending less. …

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Jack Ma, Alibaba Co-Founder, Makes First Appearance Since Criticizing China

Mr. Ma, the co-founder of the retailing giant Alibaba, had disappeared after criticizing Chinese regulators late last year. …

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India’s budget must fix a broken labour market to boost demand

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government has been parsimonious in pump-priming the economy, for fear of a rating downgrade to junk, and may find that kicking the can down the road is no longer an option. …

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War-Zone Experience Carries Journalists Into Inauguration Coverage

Reporters and photographers who are no strangers to conflict are among those assigned to what is usually a day of pageantry. …

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Parler Tries to Survive With Help From Russian Company

The social network, popular with President Trump’s supporters, went offline last week after it was kicked off Amazon’s servers. …

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Fox News Fires a Key Player in Its Election Night Coverage

The politics editor who defended the network’s accurate projection that Biden had won Arizona is out after a backlash from viewers, including President Trump. …

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California Man Lived Undetected at O’Hare Airport for 3 Months, Officials Say

Aditya Singh was arrested and charged with impersonation in a restricted area of the airport and theft of less than $500. …

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Netflix Will No Longer Borrow, Ending Its Run of Debt

The streaming giant borrowed over $16 billion in less than a decade as it built out its content library. The strategy prompted criticism that the company was unsustainable. …

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The Financial Minefield Awaiting an Ex-President Trump

Baseless election fraud claims and the Capitol riot have compounded already-looming threats to his bottom line. And the cash lifelines he once relied on are gone. …

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