Jim Zarroli Jim Zarroli is a business reporter for NPR News, based at NPR's New York bureau.
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Wells Fargo Fined $1 Billion Over Mortgage And Auto Loans

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Cans are lined up at the Pacific Coast Producers plant in Oroville, Calif. The company, which cans fruits for sale in supermarkets, says new tariffs imposed by the Trump administration on steel imports will eat into its profits. Rick King Design hide caption

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For One California Company, Trump's Tariffs Have Unintended Consequences

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Xi Pledges To Crack Down On IP Theft

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Pigeons fly past the company logo of Sinovel Wind Co., Ltd. outside its head office in Beijing, in 2011. In January 2018, Sinovel was convicted in the U.S. of stealing trade secrets from American Superconductor. Stringer China/Reuters hide caption

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It Was A Company With A Lot Of Promise. Then A Chinese Customer Stole Its Technology

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Dueling Tariff Announcements Blamed For Stock Market Volatility

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The Nasdaq composite index, which includes many tech stocks, has lost nearly 7 percent since March 12. Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Tech Stocks Have Lost Some Of Their Luster, Dragging The Stock Market Lower

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A container ship waits to be unloaded at the Port of Oakland in California. President Trump says the trade deficit that the U.S. runs with other nations must be slashed for the well-being of the country. Ben Margot/AP hide caption

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America Has A Large Trade Deficit, But Economists Aren't Too Concerned About It

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The floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday. The Dow Jones industrial average tumbled after the Trump administration announced plans to impose tariffs on Chinese imports. Brendan McDermid/Reuters hide caption

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President Donald Trump chats with Chinese President Xi Jinping during a welcome ceremony in Beijing on Nov. 9. The Trump administration is expected to release the results of an investigation into Chinese trade practices, a move that could lead to sanctions. Andy Wong/AP hide caption

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Trump Prepares To Get Tougher On China Over Trade

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The Navy's new USS Little Rock arrives at the harbor in Buffalo, N.Y., last December. In imposing tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, President Trump said the U.S. military should be as self-sufficient as possible. Carolyn Thompson/AP hide caption

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Trump Says Tariffs Are Needed To Protect Vital Industries, But Are They?

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China has built one of the world's most formidable steel-producing sectors over the years. Above, a Chinese worker cuts steel in Qingdao in eastern Shandong province in January. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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China Churns Out Half The World's Steel, And Other Steelmakers Feel Pinched

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Trump Policies Put A Strain On U.S. Relations With Canada

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New Round Of NAFTA Talks Is Underway In Mexico

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