Jim Zarroli Jim Zarroli is an NPR correspondent based in New York. He covers economics and business news.
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European Commission Orders Apple To Pay $14.5 Billion In Taxes

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Protesters demonstrate against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership in Germany, in April. Officials conceded that opposition to trade agreements is building on both sides of the Atlantic. Markus Schreiber/AP hide caption

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Esther George (center), president of the Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank, speaks as Shawn Sebastian (right), field director of the Fed Up coalition, listens Thursday during a meeting on the sidelines of an economic symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyo. Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to supporters at a rally in Erie, Pa., last Friday. Jeff Swensen/Getty Images hide caption

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Bringing Back Manufacturing Jobs Would Be Harder Than It Sounds

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Trump, Clinton To Deliver Economic Policy Speeches This Week

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Top row, from left: David Malpass, Howard Lorber, Harold Hamm; Bottom row, from left: Steve Mnuchin, Tom Barrack, John Paulson Photographers, top row, from left: Mario Tama, Daniel Zuchnik, Alex Wong; Bottom row, from left: Andrew H. Walker, Brendan Smialowski, Robin Marchant/Getty Images hide caption

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Photographers, top row, from left: Mario Tama, Daniel Zuchnik, Alex Wong; Bottom row, from left: Andrew H. Walker, Brendan Smialowski, Robin Marchant/Getty Images

Berkshire Hathaway Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett stands at the lectern during a Hillary Clinton campaign event in Omaha, Neb. Clinton waves in the background. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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Clinton Highlights Billionaires' Support As A Way To Try To Undermine Trump

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Claudia Caballero, a district manager for Aldi, talks with applicant Manoushka Metellus (right) at a job fair in Florida earlier this month. With a low unemployment rate, consumers are still spending but business inventories fell during the second quarter. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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Anna Woydyla of Poland has lived in Britain for 11 years and works at a London restaurant. Many workers from EU countries are struggling with uncertainty about their future in Britain after the Brexit vote. Pawel Kuczynski/AP hide caption

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After Brexit, Uncertainty Over Status Of EU Workers Living In U.K.

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United Kingdom Faces Severe Housing Shortage Amid Immigrant Influx

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U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch, seen with FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, says monies misappropriated from the 1MDB fund passed through U.S. financial institutions. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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