Archive for July 2nd, 2017

When William Bayliss is in the air, he wants to make sure he's the one flying the machine, not the machine flying him. 

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Brewers Association has announced the launch of a new seal to designate beers that are produced by "independent" craft brewers.

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The CBO explains what the Senate's version of Trumpcare does.

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The head of a prominent technology investment firm has stepped down amid questions over his treatment of women, as new concerns surface about sexual harassment in Silicon Valley. 

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A few months ago, Donald Trump told an enthusiastic audience of Boeing workers in North Charleston, South Carolina that “jobs is one of the primary reasons I’m standing here today as your President, and I will never, ever disappoint you.” Just two weeks ago, Boeing informed workers at the plant that up to 200 of them will be laid off. Its just another example of the jet maker alternating between wrapping itself in the American flag and firing American workers.
Boeings plant in South Carolina had experienced major cutbacks in 2013. It hasnt been alone. More than a year ago, Boeing…

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Bitcoin burst into our financial consciousness like a fiery comet, setting the internet ablaze with visions of upending the existing global money system. Yet, by its nature as a cybercurrency, whose legitimacy only exists in the ether, its credibility leaves much room for debate.

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<p>The sector has shrunk, but remains a significant part of the economy.</p>

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After reaching fever pitch during the economic downturn, coupons could become history because of Amazon's Whole Foods deal.

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If you've gotten off to a late start in the retirement game, there's still time for you to save over $1 million.

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<p>President Donald Trump is considering a 20% tariff on imports of steel and possibly a number of other goods, Axios says.</p>

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