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Trump Takes Twitter Aim at Companies Looking to Move Jobs Abroad
President-elect Donald J. Trump during a tour of a Carrier plant in Indianapolis last week. Credit Doug Mills/The New York Times. WASHINGTON - President-elect Donald J. Trump on Sunday renewed his hard line on American companies that plan to shift ...
Trump warns of 'retribution' for companies that offshore jobs ...  Washington Post
Trump's Trickle-Down Populism  Huffington Post
Wall Street Journal  
AP EXPLAINS: How Trump plans to punish firms that leave US
WASHINGTON - President-elect Donald Trump threatened in a series of early-morning tweets Sunday to punish American companies that move plants and jobs to other countries.
China risks undermining a unique economic and environmental pact  The Hill (blog)
A Better Way to Help U.S. Victims of Free Trade  Bloomberg
Venezuela to Issue Bigger Bills This Month as Currency Plunges
With the value of Venezuela's largest banknotes reduced to a few U.S. cents by triple-digit inflation and the currency's collapse on the black market, the country's central bank said it will begin circulating higher-denomination notes this month.
Venezuela confirms bigger bills amid world's highest inflation  Reuters
Venezuela issues new banknotes after inflation  BBC News
Fed's Dudley Says Financial Regulation Job Remains Unfinished
Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William Dudley said U.S. regulators, despite having made the financial system safer and less prone to panics, still had not eliminated the threat posed by institutions considered “too big to fail.
DIARY-Top Economic Events to Dec. 26  Reuters
Vets to help protesters, asked not clash with officials
An Army veteran attends a briefing for fellow veterans at the Oceti Sakowin camp where people have gathered to protest the Dakota Access oil pipeline in Cannon Ball, N.D.
The Latest: Vets' official: Elders ask for no confrontation  Washington Post
Obama's inaction on pipeline shows Native Americans still second-class  The Hill (blog)
Italians Vote on Reforms; PM Renzi Vows to Quit if He Loses
ROME - Italians voted Sunday in a referendum on constitutional reforms that Premier Matteo Renzi has staked his political future on, hoping to survive the rising populist forces that have gained traction across Europe.
How populism could shake up Europe: A visual guide  CNN
The Latest: Italy voter turnout above 57 percent by evening  Washington Post
Zenefits CEO May Join Thiel on Trump Transition Team
Close sources suggest David Sacks has a next step in mind. With his departure as Zenefits CEO confirmed on Friday, reports now suggest that David Sacks of Zenefits could become part of the Trump transition team, joining his friend and former co-author ...
Start-up CEO Sacks resigns; report says Trump team next  USA TODAY
How GE Healthcare is using magnets to cut down on liquid helium  Fast Company
A showdown between Trump and the Fed is looming
A woman who quit her job as an investment banker now earns just as much... 30 affordable US cities where the average home costs $250,000 or less · Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is stepping down - here's his incredible... 4 lottery winners who lost it all.
Will The Fed Raise Interest Rates At December Meeting? November BLS Report ...  International Business Times
Trump should tread lightly on the Fed  Idaho Statesman
Report: Russian central bank hacked for $31 million
Russia's central bank announced Friday that hackers had stolen more than 2 billion rubles, about $31 million, Reuters reported.
Russian Central Bank: Hackers Stole $31 Million From Correspondent Accounts  Wall Street Journal
Russian central bank loses $31 million in cyber attack  Reuters
Jos� Mourinho under scrutiny over tax scandal
Jos� Mourinho, the manager of Manchester United, is facing calls for an investigation into his tax arrangements after leaked documents suggested that income from his image rights had been channelled to an offshore company.
Cristiano Ronaldo reps hit back against tax fraud claims
Ronaldo's agent publishes player's tax document in Spain  USA TODAY