Top News & Analysis 1 April 2018

Trump renews threat to link NAFTA talks to US border security, warns Mexico 'we need that wall!'

President Trump renewed a threat to link NAFTA renegotiation to his desire to build a border wall.

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Alphabet's bets on health tech are paying off as portfolio companies go public

Alphabet's venture capital investment arm, GV, has seen four of its portfolio companies go public in the last year.

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College student cryptominers are finding it harder to turn a profit as costs rise, bitcoin falls

Students are setting up mining rigs in their college dorm rooms. The best part? The university foots the energy bill. But as affordable graphics cards become harder to come by, it may not be as easy to make a quick buck.

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How Biometric firm CLEAR plans to make stadium security lines run smoother than at airports

As the MLB kicks off its opening weekend, CLEAR is helping fans get to their seats with high tech security.

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A new museum in Dubai is shaping up to be one of the world's most advanced buildings

Dubai's Museum of the Future is scheduled to open in 2019.

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Iraq bumps up the date it will award new oil contracts by more than two months

The country had initially set June 21 as the date to open bids for the new blocks.

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Elizabeth Warren attacks Trump's Asia 'chaos' and ridicules 'happy-faced' views toward China

The senator says the Trump administration is harming its ability to formulate coherent policy in Asia.

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