Chevron Stayed in Venezuela Long After Rivals Quit. It’s Having Second Thoughts.

CARACAS—For nearly a century, Chevron Corp. has weathered dictatorships, coups and nationalization drives to keep pumping oil in Venezuela. But recently, executives at the last U.S. oil major in the country have debated whether it may be time to get out, according to people familiar with their deliberations. For now, Chevron hopes to hang…

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Trump in “productive talks” with North Korea about having meeting

President Trump kept the door open for a possible meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Friday night explaining they’re having “very productive talks…about reinstating the Summit.” The big picture: The summit was set up to be a historic moment between the two leaders, and it’s been uncertain what would happen after Trump cancelled…

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