Archive for November 5th, 2017

Markets are breaking one record after another, but many investors are on the sidelines. The anxiety is a contrast to the euphoria of other bull markets.

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California's legal marijuana marketplace is coming with a kaleidoscope of new taxes and fees that could influence where it's grown, how pot cookies and other munchies are produced and the price tag on just about everything.

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Every Sunday, two vans pick up laborers from Montreal for a four-hour journey northeast to small towns near the border with Maine. There, they work at factories for the week, stay in accommodation partly paid by their employer, and return to Quebec’s largest city on Friday.

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We reveal the world's most eye-opening vehicle graveyards.

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<p>The agreements, commonly referred to as NDAs, also vary widely from company to company, differing in how they define confidential information, how much they demand workers pay for blabbing and the degree to which they block — or purport to block — workers from taking legal action.</p>

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The kingdom bills its latest planned city, Neom, as a liberal metropolis where humanity can chart its future together. Can it deliver?

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Are smartphones, computers and the internet responsible for your meager pay raises each year? One investment pro thinks so.

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Potential home buyers who feel rocked by recent proposed changes to tax deductions for mortgage interest payments and state and property taxes aint seen nothin yet. They may not realize it, but they are also being hit by another decision in Washington, D.C. By imposing new duties on softwood lumber from Canada, the Commerce Department has significantly added to the cost average American families must pay to buy a home. And the steepest price would be paid by those least able to afford it.
The amount of the tariff itself, set Thursday at between 20.8 per cent and 22.1 per cent depending…

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