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The term “import-based tax” made the rounds on Thursday.  Here’s what it means and why it could matter for the American economy – NYTimes

Some solid non-search-engine growth helped Alphabet post pretty solid Q4 numbers (with profit missing estimates but revenue surging past them) – WSJ and NYTimes

More on the J&J/Actelion deal announced yesterday – NYTimes

The Journal fills us in on the good and bad of a potential Verizon/Charter Communications merger – WSJ

With an $880 million deal for MoneyGram, Alibaba’s financial services arm—Ant Financial—has bought itself a pretty respectable American outpost – NYTimes and WSJ and Law360

Barclays is reportedly bringing its post-Brexit EU HQ to Dublin. Sláinte, kids – Bloomberg

It’s a Friday in late January, and that can mean only one thing: best Force Awakens easter egg time – Wired

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