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GE Gives Activist Trian a Seat on the Board A1

Bowing to mounting pressure, General Electric is giving activist investor Trian Fund Management a seat on its board as the struggling industrial company looks for ways to revamp its operations and reverse its slumping stock price.

U.S.

Nobel Prize in Economics Awarded to American Richard Thaler A2

U.S. economist Richard Thaler won the Nobel Prize in economics for his research on how human traits affect individual decisions as well as financial markets.

World

Japan’s New Satellite to Help Keep Self-Driving Cars—and North Korea—In Line A8

Japan is taking a leap in technology to keep its self-driving cars in their highway lanes, land delivery drones on matchbox-sized targets in the country, and potentially help destroy North Korean missile sites.

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Greater New York

Columbus Day Parade Watchers Boo Bill de Blasio A14A

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio was bombarded with jeers as he walked in the annual Columbus Day parade because of the city’s decision to review an iconic sculpture of Christopher Columbus.

Life & Arts

Does Your Gut Always Steer You Right? A15

Weighing a big decision? Here’s what experts say about when to go with your gut or your rational brain—or some combination of both.

Opinion

When Life Imitates ‘The Sopranos’ A19

Columbus has become another excuse to ruin a celebration of America.

Business & Finance

EPA to Withdraw Power Plant Rules B1

The Trump administration Tuesday will formally withdraw federal limits on carbon emissions at power plants, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt said, triggering the next stage of what is likely a yearslong fight over the Obama administration’s centerpiece for slowing climate change.

Journal Report

The Hidden Battle of the Sexes at Work R1

When it comes to equality in U.S. companies, women see a work in progress while men view it as mission accomplished.

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