Archive for September 1st, 2017

Simon Property Group is suing Starbucks, alleging that by removing its Teavana stores, the coffee chain is breaking its lease agreement with the company.

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Go ahead and make your stoner jokes. It won’t bother the $7 billion cannabis industry one bit. 

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Your kids and grandkids may be too young to invest on their own. So stop buying them plastic toys and use that cash to help make them rich. If you invest just $1,000 a year from the child's birth to age 18 and do nothing but let the…

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Juicero Inc., the vegetable and fruit juice startup that raised more than $100 million from investors, said it will suspend sales, offer refunds to customers and search for a buyer for the company.

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Critics worry about what the Chinese could gain by owning the small American stock exchange with big potential.

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The postwar economic boom has created expectations that can’t be met, says Howard Gold.

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For the first time, there is evidence that the rising economic tide is lifting up even the least-educated workers.

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After three floods in three years, Meyerland, a thriving community of 2,300 homes, weighs deep ties against risks of rebuilding.

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Jim Cramer opens up the lesson book and shares his top blunders made on Wall Street.

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Few Americans care about ethylene. Many have probably never heard of it. As it turns out, this colorless, flammable gas is arguably the most important petrochemical on the planet — and much of it comes from the hurricane-stricken Gulf Coast. Ethylene is one of the big reasons the damage wrought by Hurricane Harvey in the chemical communities along the Gulf of Mexico is likely to ripple through U.S. manufacturing of essential items from milk jugs to mattresses.

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U.S. gas stations may come under stress this Labor Day weekend as the lingering effects of Harvey snarl the supply chain.

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It might seem like Houston’s historic flood would make America’s fourth-largest city a less desirable place to live, but it’s going to get more expensive, real estate experts say.

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Across the city, residents came out to assess the damage Hurricane Harvey wrought on homes, churches and businesses and started the difficult task of clearing out furnishings, carpeting and keepsakes ruined by the rainfall.

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The District of Columbia may seem an unlikely locale for an overhaul that has won praise across party lines, but its success offers a model.

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On Thursday, Wells Fargo announced that the scandal that has plagued it for nearly a year is ongoing: The bank discovered 1.4 million additional fraudulent accounts, bringing the total to 3.5 million.

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