Today's news includes reports on job cuts at Stanley Black & Decker, potentially admissions of wrongdoing from Wall Street, and the use of spyware against senior Indonesian officials. Other stories focus on the stock market, retail spending, and crypto currency.
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- Exclusive: sources say that senior Indonesian officials were targeted by spyware last year.
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- Indonesian officials targeted by spyware: sources.
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Stanley Black & Decker cuts about 1000 finance jobs
Power tools maker Stanley Black & Decker <a href="https://www.reuters.com/companies/SWK.N" target="_blank">(SWK.N)</a> has cut 1,000 finance roles this week in an effort to trim costs, the Wall Street Journal <a href="https://www.wsj.com/articles/stanley-blac…
U.S. CFTC must seek admissions of wrongdoing from Wall Street, commissioner says
Wall Street companies and others that break the rules should be required to admit their wrongdoing when settling enforcement actions, especially as the growth of retail investing puts more Americans at risk, a U.S. regulator told Reuters.
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