Archive for August 16th, 2017

<p>It's not just the top 1%, argues Richard Reeves. The top 20% are hoarding opportunity.</p>

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The hotel manager apologized for the sign asking Jewish guests to shower before using the swimming pool.

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AMC Entertainment (AMC) is threatening legal action over MoviePass' new subscription price, saying that it is 'unsustainable .'

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Chipotle is changing how it does business, hoping that it will at last be able to put a string of food safety incidents behind it and lure back customers.

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U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer delivered an uncompromising list of demands on behalf of the White House.

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So far, one of the few good things to come out of the national agony that began with the white supremacist march in Charlottesville this past weekend is the fact that the Presidents Councils on manufacturing and strategy are no more.Good riddance. They were window dressing at best, an example of dirigiste economic planning and favor-seeking at worst.
The disbanding of the two councils is seen as a sign of an administration in disarray, and that may well be the case. But the existence of councils aimed at bringing CEOs together with the White House to plot economic strategy was a sign…

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Executive with the president’s Strategic and Policy Forum

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Executive with the president’s Strategic and Policy Forum

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A strong rebuke of the president by the chief executive of Walmart came as six other business leaders stepped down from a presidential advisory council.

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Union Pacific is laying off 500 managers and 250 other workers to reduce costs and eliminate about 8 percent of the railroad's managers.The railroad told the affected workers Wednesday that their…

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<p>A dozen years ago, the largest internet company in China wasn’t Alibaba or Tencent but the game developer Shanda Interactive Entertainment Ltd. Its founder was a young man named Chen Tianqiao, who had become a billionaire at 30.</p>

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<p>As the United States, Canada and Mexico kick off negotiations on Wednesday to modernize the North American Free Trade Agreement, the biggest uncertainty is whether a deal can pass President Donald Trump's "America First" test.</p>

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In a new attack on e-commerce giant, the president says retailer is killing jobs and hurting U.S. communities

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<p>U.S. equities opened higher on Wednesday as investors looked ahead to a key release from the Federal Reserve.</p>

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A dozen years ago, the largest internet company in China wasn’t Alibaba or Tencent, but game developer Shanda Interactive Entertainment Ltd. Its founder was a young man named Chen Tianqiao, who had become a billionaire at 30.

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