NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump, three of his children and the Trump Organization on Wednesday lost their bid to block Deutsche Bank AG and Capital One Financial Corp from providing financial records to Democratic lawmakers investigating Trump's businesses.
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(Reuters) - Qualcomm Inc illegally suppressed competition in the market for smartphone chips by threatening to cut off supplies and extracting excessive licensing fees, a U.S. judge ruled, a decision that could force the company to overhaul its business practices.
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- Tesla drops for sixth straight session, down 20% since share offer
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- Uber and Lyft to turn the wheels on car ownership: industry experts
- Honda recalls 118,000 U.S. SUVs for sudden air bag deployments
- Musk's SpaceX sues U.S. Air Force over rocket-building contracts: filings
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CANNES, France (Reuters) - Quentin Tarantino said on Wednesday he didn't tell Roman Polanski in advance about his latest movie, set in the run-up to the notorious 1969 Manson murders which claimed the life of Polanski's wife at the time, actress Sharon Tate.
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- Tarantino rolls into Cannes with 'dazzling' ode to cinema
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- FIFA to stick with 32 teams for Qatar World Cup
- ATP roundup: Wawrinka among top seeds upset in Geneva
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