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Blac Chyna Loses Endorsement Deal with Stroller Company After Six Flags Outburst

Blac Chyna’s stoller-swinging outburst may have cost her big bucks. Momiie, the company that makes the pink plastic car-shaped stroller the 29-year-old Rob & Chyna star was seen using as a potential weapon during an an alleged public altercation at Six Flags Magic Mountain, tells TMZ that they’ve killed a deal they had with Chyna to serve as a […]

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Draghi Wonders Who Needs Friends Like These After Trump Threat

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi added his voice to those criticizing the U.S. threat to slap import tariffs on some products and called on governments to work together rather than end up in a tit-for-tat dispute. While he downplayed the impact on the economy, he said recent developments still raise questions about the health…

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`Instability’ Discount Builds for Investors After Cohn Resigns

Peace proved fleeting in markets as investors fretted Gary Cohn leaving the Trump administration prunes it of a key force for stability just as signs of a trade war are multiplying. U.S. stock futures were on the brink of erasing two days of gains after the former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. executive said he was…

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Renzi Quits as Democratic Party Chief After Italy Vote Defeat

Former Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi resigned as leader of the Democratic Party on Monday following its defeat in the country’s general election. Speaking from the party’s headquarters in central Rome, the 43-year-old former mayor of Florence said he will step down from his post and a party congress will be convened to choose a…

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Egypt Foreign Reserves Surge to Record After Eurobond Sale

Egypt’s foreign reserves surged to a record in February, helped by a recent international bond sale, providing a cash cushion for the country as policy makers begin to cut interest rates. Reserves jumped by $4.3 billion to $42.5 billion, the central bank said on Sunday. Bank officials said last month’s $4 billion Eurobond sale was…

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California Fruit ‘Is Going to Die on the Vine’ After ICE Raids

Maria’s husband spent the past 15 years pruning citrus trees on farms across California’s Central Valley. In that time, he’d become skilled enough to earn more than the state’s $11-an-hour minimum wage trimming branches for Sun Pacific, the company that brings the Cuties brand of mandarin oranges to grocers and tables across the U.S. After…

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De Blasio’s New Schools Chief Changes His Mind a Day After Announcement

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio’s pick to be chancellor of the city’s school system, the largest in the U.S., has turned down the job. A day after de Blasio announced the appointment, Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho reneged on their agreement, saying he couldn’t resist “the emotional tug” of the city where he led…

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Swedish Spotify Duo Could Be Worth $2.4 Billion After Listing

Spotify Ltd.’s Daniel Ek is poised to join his Swedish co-founder as a billionaire, as long as the company’s value established in recent private trading holds up during an unusual public listing. Ek owns 9 percent and Martin Lorentzon has 12 percent of the music-streaming service excluding warrants, according to a regulatory filing Wednesday. Their…

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Weinstein Co. to File for Bankruptcy After Deal Collapses

The Weinstein Co. is set to turn to bankruptcy to try and save its entertainment assets from the financial problems that erupted as dozens of actresses came forward to accuse co-founder Harvey Weinstein of decades of sexual misconduct, sparking a global #MeToo movement among women to reveal about past sexual abuses by men. The board…