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    Deutsche Bank Swings to Profit: Live Business Updates

    The headquarters of Deutsche Bank in Frankfurt, Germany.Credit…Ralph Orlowski/Reuters Deutsche Bank, Germany’s largest bank, reported a profit in the third quarter of 2020 after a loss a year ago as volatile financial markets caused trading revenue to surge. The bank, which is trying to recover from years of scandals and losses, has also cut costs. […] More

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    Tech Hearings on Capitol Hill: Live Updates

    Here’s what you need to know: Sundar Pichai, Google’s chief executive, speaking via video at a House Judiciary subcommittee hearing in July.Credit…Pool photo by Graeme Jennings For more than two decades, internet companies have been shielded from liability for much of what their users post by a once-obscure rule called Section 230 of the Communications […] More

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    Biden vs. Trump: Live Updates for 2020 Campaigns

    Here’s what you need to know: A volunteer helps a woman complete an early ballot form outside of Philadelphia City Hall at the satellite polling station in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.Credit…Mark Makela/Getty Images With a week left until Election Day, the flood of people moved to cast their ballots early has grown so strong that the early […] More

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    Wall Street Set to Rise After Monday’s Drop: Live Updates

    A restaurant in New York in September. Forced into lockdown mode by the pandemic and worried about their futures as the economic recession set in, people scaled back their spending. Credit…Desiree Rios for The New York Times There’s an unlikely silver lining to the recession that set in eight months ago: Despite the economic devastation, […] More

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    Global Stocks Fall as Virus Cases Surge: Live Updates

    In 2007, Steve Jobs, left, Apple’s co-founder, invited Google’s chief executive, Eric Schmidt, to join him to explain how Google would work on the iPhone.Credit…Tony Avelar/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images For 15 years, Apple and Google — Silicon Valley’s two most valuable companies — have been partners in one of the most lucrative business deals […] More

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    Covid-19 Live Updates: European Nations Return to Restrictions as Virus Surges

    Here’s what you need to know: Social distancing at a church in Milan.Credit…Alessandro Grassani for The New York Times In Spain on Sunday, government officials declared a state of emergency. In France, deaths were rising as hospitals struggled to keep up a rising tide of patients. And Italy, the first Western country to impose a […] More

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    U.F.C. 254: Live Updates and Fight Results

    Here’s what you need to know: Knockout Tai Tuivasa defeats Stefan Struve Oct. 24, 2020, 1:41 p.m. ET Oct. 24, 2020, 1:41 p.m. ET By Morgan Campbell U.F.C. heavyweight veteran Stefan Struve, who faces Tai Tuivasa on Saturday’s undercard, is a walking, punching, kicking record. At 7 feet, Struve is the tallest competitor in U.F.C. […] More

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    2020 Election Live Updates: Trump to Travel to 3 States as Biden Focuses on Pennsylvania

    President Trump held a rally at The Villages, Fla., on Friday.Credit…Anna Moneymaker for The New York Times President Trump is seeking to recapture the last-minute energy that lifted him to a surprise win four years ago, undertaking an aggressive schedule of rallies that will bring him to some of the country’s top battlegrounds even as […] More

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    Live Trump vs. Biden Updates: Recap of the Presidential Debate

    Here’s what you need to know: Video transcript Back transcript Watch: Highlights From the Final 2020 Presidential Debate President Trump and Joseph R. Biden Jr. had a more subdued debate, but split over issues such as the pandemic, race relations and immigration. “If we just wore these masks, the president’s own advisers have told him, […] More

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    Covid-19 News: Live Updates – The New York Times

    Here’s what you need to know: Health care workers offered coronavirus testing outside an early-voting site in Miami this week.Credit…Lynne Sladky/Associated Press More than 75,000 cases of the coronavirus were announced in the United States on Thursday, the second-highest daily total nationwide since the pandemic began. Eight states set single-day case records, and 13 states […] More

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    Earnings Reports Show Americans Spending Again: Live Updates

    Employees work at the Daimler production plant in Sindelfingen near Stuttgart, Germany.Credit…Ralph Orlowski/Reuters A top executive of German carmaker Daimler said Friday that he does not expect a new surge in coronavirus infections to be as destructive to vehicle manufacturing as the first wave earlier in the year, when almost all major carmakers were forced […] More

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