Archive for July 11th, 2017

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s cabinet has signed off on a plan to sell all or part of Air India Ltd., a debt-ridden, state-run carrier with the most unusual baggage.

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<p>An anti-Trump movement is taking advantage of Prime Day to double down on its protest of Amazon.</p>

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In the U.S., the Amazon Echo is the best-selling item so far on Prime Day, Amazon said Tuesday morning.

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<p>Stocks hit session lows Tuesday after emails released by Donald Trump Jr. raised concern that the Russia controversy that's plagued President Trump's presidency will continue.</p>

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Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. is relying less on stock picking for its future, as its latest energy bid signals.

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When you get married and have kids matters more than you may think.

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Here's what could be next if both Obamacare and Trumpcare don't survive.

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A man killed by a ruptured air bag last year was identified Monday as the 12th U.S. victim in a string of deaths caused by faulty air bags manufactured by the Japanese auto parts company Takata.

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Fossils fuels are no longer the largest recipient of investment in the energy sector, the latest report from the International Energy Agency said Tuesday.

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Now in its third year, AmazonPrime Day kicks off at 9 p.m. ET Monday. Here are the retailers offering sales that go head-to-head with Amazon Prime Day.

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Saudi Aramco, which plans what could be the world’s biggest initial public offering, will invest more than $300 billion over the next decade to maintain its spare oil-production capacity and explore for more natural gas, President and Chief Executive Officer Amin Nasser said.

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Here are five ways to track the onslaught of bargains.

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The 19th-century French economist Frdric Bastiat demonstrated the folly of dirigisme economics through a fictional tale in which candle makers lobbied government to block out the sun because its natural light was hurting their sales. But suddenly the satire doesnt seem so funny anymore. A couple of solar panel manufacturers have petitioned for duties that would dramatically increase the cost of solar panels and cells in the United States, a move that threatens to block out sunlight as a source of power for millions of Americans and trigger a global trade war.
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