Archive for January 2nd, 2018

Burger King has settled a lawsuit over pricing of its Croissan’wich breakfast sandwiches.

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Conventional wisdom says people in dying towns should move. But Trump and Nobel prizewinner Joseph Stiglitz have different ideas.

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One subtle change in the GOP tax bill could cause your taxes to rise.

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In many ways 2017 was one of the most surprising years in recent memory. Back in January there were few optimists around. After all, the economic expansion and bull market had gone on for almost nine years, making it one of the longest on record, and all good things come to an end sometime. Investors were worried that a hard landing in China would result from the huge build-up in debt there, a large portion of which was believed to be non-performing. The decision by the United Kingdom to leave the European Union made many investors nervous about the ability of the alliance to continue….

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From a pot shop in Santa Cruz that hung a banner proclaiming "Prohibition is Over!" to one in San Diego handing out T-shirts showing the first moon landing and declaring a "giant leap for mankind," the Golden State turned a shade greener with its first sales of recreational marijuana.

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The death of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner is ushering in a new era for the adult-entertainment enterprise, setting in motion a process that will move ownership of the iconic brand out of his family’s hands and could soon spell the end of its once pace-setting U.S. magazine.

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Studies point to a simple reason, the prices, not to the amount of care. And lowering prices would upset a lot of people in the health industry.

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The S&P 500 index posted a positive return every month last year — and some (but not all) see the run continuing

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If you think President Trump has an antagonistic relationship with the press now, just wait until his administration slaps a new 30% tax on newsprint.
Seriously. Thats the threat Americas newspaper publishers are warning about, with the Commerce Departments International Trade Administration set to issue a preliminary determination by March 7, 2018on whether Canadas export into the United States of certain uncoated groundwood paper meets the legal tests to qualify for countervailing duties under the Tariff Act of 1930.
The publisher of Maines largest newspaper, the…

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<p>The temperature may be frigid across much of the nation, yet home prices are sizzling and sellers are in the hot seat.</p>

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Bitcoin is losing its luster with some of its earliest and most avid fans — criminals — giving rise to a new breed of virtual currency.

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<p>A $1 million nest egg has long been considered the benchmark for a secure retirement.</p><p><br></p>

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Wouldn't it be great to parlay your passion into profits? It's easier than ever to make that happen.

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Bitcoin is already having a bad year.

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