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Asian share prices inched higher on Friday as economic stimulus around the world eased fears of economic deceleration while crude oil prices climbed on concerns that last weekend\'s attacks on Saudi Arabia\'s oil facilities still pose supply risks.\n \n
Facebook\'s Mark Zuckerberg met with President Donald Trump on Thursday during a fence-mending visit to Washington where the chief executive faced aggressive questioning from lawmakers about the social network\'s failures to protect consumer privacy.\n \n
Beyond Meat Inc said on Thursday it has named former Tesla Inc executive Sanjay Shah as chief operating officer, effective Sept. 18.\n \n
President Donald Trump said in a tweet that he had a \"nice meeting\" with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday and he included a picture of him shaking hands with Zuckerberg in the Oval Office.\n \n
Burger King will stop handing out plastic toys in its children\'s meals and said on Thursday it was launching an amnesty for customers to return any freebies in a bid to tackle the growing problem of plastic waste.\n \n
U.S. President Donald Trump and Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg had a \"good, constructive\" meeting at the White House on Thursday, the social media company said in a statement.\n \n
In South America\'s capital of romance, Argentine lovers are cutting back on one important cost: contraception.\n \n
Any U.S. or Saudi military strike against Iran would bring \"all-out war\", Tehran said on Thursday, keeping up a drumbeat of warnings to its adversaries after they accused the Islamic Republic of a strike on Saudi oil facilities.\n \n
Senior U.S. and Chinese officials are meeting in Washington on Thursday and Friday in an attempt to settle their ongoing trade war, but a lasting peace seems elusive.\n \n
U.S. and Chinese deputy trade negotiators resumed face-to-face talks for the first time in nearly two months on Thursday, as the world\'s two largest economies try to bridge deep policy differences and find a way out of their protracted trade war.\n \n


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