Archive for December 23rd, 2017

Kroger's new "Scan, Bag, Go" technology allows customers to scan and pay for goods as they shop. 

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Kroger's new "Scan, Bag, Go" technology allows customers to scan and pay for goods as they shop. 

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Yossi Dina has carved out a niche running Beverly Hills' local, neighborhood pawn shop.

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<p>For many pot lovers, this Christmas is much more about reefer than wreaths. Gift-giving has long been a part of marijuana culture, and the drug's newly legal status is a source of Yuletide celebration in four states.</p>

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<p>Sales of new single-family homes are projected to rise 5 percent in 2018 — only about half the growth estimated for 2017 and the slowest pace since 2014, according to the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).</p>

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First step: Acknowledge that ride-hailing apps are jamming streets worse than ever.

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<p>The number of Americans dying at work due to overdoses is increasing at a rapid clip.</p>

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<p>Several companies gave out raises after tax cuts passed Congress. But that was probably already going to happen anyway.</p>

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<p>It took years for ex-Facebook and Google bosses to criticize what they had created, but they seem to have had a collective change of heart. Perhaps it’s because they now have children of their own.</p>

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After helping you buy or sell a home, most real estate agents will present you with a closing gift. For some, a bottle of wine just doesn’t cut it.

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Other countries may need to cut corporate taxes to stay competitive. But companies outside the United States also worry the bill discriminates against them.

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With President Trumps signing of the big tax-cut bill, the GOP snatched victory from the jaws of defeat. Suddenly, the political and economic landscapes have changed. The Republican party has turned the tables on the Democrats.
Trump and the GOP are on the side of the growth angels with the passage of powerful tax-cut legislation to boost business investment, wages, and take-home family pay. The Democrats, meanwhile, are left with stale class-warfare slogans about tax cuts for the rich.
Ironically, government unions, with their pension plans heavily invested in equity shares, will benefit…

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