Archive for February 8th, 2017

The plan to cover tuition for residents will be funded by an already-approved tax on high-end real estate.

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You’ve heard the criticism. Too many American corporate managers are addicted to “short-termism.” They postpone investments and other costs, sacrificing future performance for present profitability. Either they’re pressured by “activist investors” or want to inflate the value of their stock options. If true, it could help explain the economy’s lackluster performance. Now, a new study asserts that it is true.
The study is intriguing but be skeptical; it has some glaring weaknesses.
The study comes from the McKinsey Global Institute, the research arm of the management consulting firm of…

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American Airlines Group Inc. chief executive officer won’t attend a Feb. 9 meeting at the White House with President Donald Trump and leaders from other carriers because it conflicts with a company event.

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Boeing Co. is the front-runner as Singapore Airlines Ltd. closes in on an order for at least 35 wide-body aircraft amid a battle with Chinese and Middle Eastern carriers, people familiar with the matter said.

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Former chicken farmers in five states have filed a federal lawsuit accusing a handful of giant poultry processing companies that dominate the industry of treating farmers who raise the chickens like indentured servants and colluding to fix prices paid to them.

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I'm able to stick to a tight budget in NYC, thanks to one simple strategy.

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Worried about the nearly 20 million people who buy their own health insurance policies, the Trump administration and congressional Republicans are weighing how to stabilize a wobbly market, government and industry officials say.

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A new SEC filing shows that Shkreli is involved in a purported software start-up whose executives include a long-time Shkreli associate.

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The drop in gasoline demand in January was recession-like, and while the economy seems to be OK, analysts are can't explaining the mysterious decline.

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A shrinking role in the global grain market coupled with a strong dollar and higher costs for seeds is driving U.S. farmers out of business, all while bunkers are overflowing with supply.

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Moon Express wants to be the first private company to make it to the moon.

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A public shaming by Donald Trump last year hasn’t detered Rexnord from moving jobs to Mexico. The company still plans to close an Indianapolis industrial-bearings factory employing about 350 people and move the jobs south of the border. And it isn’t alone in making such a shift.

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To get the very best people in the world, tech companies must look beyond American shores.

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The company says it won't be building a robot-run supermarket, but it does have brick-and-mortar plans.

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<p>Trump moved to immediately suspend a fee reduction for Federal Housing Administration loans that the Obama administration had previously authorized on January 9.</p>

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