Archive for February 25th, 2017

<p>A divide is emerging among American companies when it comes to the Trump administration’s proposed border adjustment tax. For some, the tax—which would shift taxation from where goods are produced to where goods are sold—could bode poorly, since prices for consumers would go up, potentially decreasing demand for their products. But for others, there may be a benefit since the tax could increase demand American-made goods—boosting sales and jobs. On both sides, companies have potentially billions of dollars at stake.</p>

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Traditional customer loyalty programs aren't working out for either retailers or customers.

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The U.S. government may soon lean on someone new to help lower health care costs: you.

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President Donald Trump wants the country to hire American and buy American. But the buying part is hard to do.

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Low housing inventory, especially for starter homes, is one factor.

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As automation reduces the need for human labor, some Silicon Valley executives think a universal income will be the answer — and the beta test is happening in Kenya.

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GPS device-maker Garmin long has revered diversity in its workforce.

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