Archive for May 16th, 2017

Amazon is hiring a business lead to strategize how the company can break into the multibillion dollar pharmacy market.

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‘McDonald’s is the Donald Trump of corporations,’ protest organizer says.

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Political campaigns and marketers have found new ways to analyze consumer behavior.

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ESPN announces new shows and an overhauled lineup in the wake of its recent layoffsSome of ESPN’s recent, highly publicized layoffs — about 100 employees, including dozens of…

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Trump reportedly told James Comey to consider jailing reporters for publishing classified informationPresident Donald Trump suggested former FBI Director James Comey should consider prosecuting…

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Here’s Why Intelligence Professionals Are Horrified by Trump’s Russia LeakThe story dominating the news today is that President Trump, during a meeting with the Russian ambassador and foreign minister in the Oval Office last week, disclosed highly classified information about the terror group ISIS that US intelligence officers had obtained from another country’s intelligence services. Here’s a quick guide to the classification rules the federal government operates under. Guidelines for classification of most information related to national security is found in Executive Order 13526, signed by former president Barack Obama in 2009.

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<p>For years, Target Corp. had bragging rights over Wal-Mart Stores Inc. in at least one area: cachet.</p>

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Saving up to purchase your first vehicle used to be a rite of passage for teenagers and young adults, but fewer than four in 10 Millennial drivers now contribute financially to the purchase of their own car.

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Report says Israel provided intelligence on ISWASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the report that President Donald Trump shared classified information with Russian officials (all times EDT):

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He 'wasn't even aware' of where information he shared with Russians came fromPresident Donald Trump’s national security adviser, Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, said during a press…

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Faced with softening U.S. car sales and mounting investor skepticism about Detroit’s ability to weather the first industry downturn in nearly a decade, auto executives are facing a tough choice in who to please—Wall Street or the White House.

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The salary you need to afford a home in 20 major US citiesIn San Francisco, you need to make $215,089.

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Business Insider/Hayley PetersonSears has a bigger problem than plunging sales: dwindling inventory.&nbsp;

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'You're a bad president. Please resign.'Stephen Colbert called for President Donald Trump to step down after a report said Trump revealed…

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Earlier this month four economists released a study of income trends based on an under-used data source, Social Security wage records. These earnings reports are submitted by employers for the purpose of calculating workers tax payments and, eventually, Social Security benefits. The income amounts are quite accurate and cover a full career of wage income. The new study confirms that average male earners have seen scant wage gains over the past generation.
The study also turned up a surprise. When we combine the earnings trends for men and women, the rise in inequality…

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