Archive for November 19th, 2017

With the country so divided on so many issues, companies are increasingly finding themselves in the middle of controversies. They’re realizing it may be the new normal.

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This quirk makes it important to shop carefully for Obamacare coverage.

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Like the offer, but want more money or better benefits? This tactic is surprisingly effective.

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Melding the House and Senate tax bills allows both businesses and families to win.

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Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has come up with a unique way to evaluate a trade agreement. He doesnt seem to mind so much if the United States economy would be hurt by the end of NAFTA, so long as Mexico would be hurt more. Hes quite prepared to cut off his nose, just so long as his face bears the brunt of the injury.
The end of NAFTA “would be far more damaging to them than to us,” Ross told a business conference organized by the Wall Street Journal last week to discuss renegotiating the trade partnership bonding the US, Mexico and Canada.
This them-and-us formulation is…

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When developed countries face challenges like an aging population, a shrinking workforce, and weak growth, one solution is to open up to immigrants. Japan, instead,…

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U.S. stocks are back near record levels, but concerns continue to swirl around whether this historically quiet market is poised for a downturn. If history is any guide, most investors should feel free to relax, regardless of what the market does.

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While its shuttered department stores cause headaches around the U.S., Sears’ massive 1920s warehouses represent a triumph of post-industrial urbanism.

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Could 55 be the new 20? 

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