Archive for March, 2018

President Donald Trump lit into Amazon.com Inc. for the second time in three days with a pair of Twitter messages that said the online retailer “must pay real costs (and taxes) now!”

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President Donald Trump lit into Amazon.com Inc. for the second time in three days with a pair of Twitter messages that said the online retailer “must pay real costs (and taxes) now!”

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<p>Prices and deductibles are rising. Networks are shrinking. And even some well-off Americans are questioning what they’re paying for.</p>

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The Sunbelt is growing - but not as fast as in years past.

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The Dow typically posts strong results in the first half of April, writes Mark Hulbert.

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<p>“They go out and find the morons for me.”</p>

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<p>Americans are flocking to big cities to find good jobs — opportunities that remain disproportionately out of reach for the poorest residents already living there.</p>

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Finding a reliable contractor is crucial for any home improvement project. But what do you do if you get a bad one?

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JPMorgan Chase &amp; Co. will probably face a judgment of no more than $90 million in a lawsuit claiming mismanagement of an estate that initially brought a jury verdict of $8 billion in punitive damages.

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A Tesla Model X destroyed in a fiery crash that also killed the driver had been operating on Autopilot moments before the collision, Tesla announced on Friday night

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At 11 years old he might seem out of place at upscale New York City restaurant Bagatelle, which hosts Crypto Mondays, a meet-up group where crypto and blockchain enthusiasts gather to meet, greet, and share ideas in the world of digital currencies.

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Amazon rolled out Connections, a daily Q&amp;A feedback program, last April. Employees have mixed feelings, but praised a revamped reviews process called Forte.

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<p>The Environmental Protection Agency is considering a rollback of emissions regulations and fuel economy standards put in place during the Obama Administration, the New York Times reported Thursday.</p>

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Ranchers who rely on public land to raise cattle say they have shrinking access to grass and water because of an array of regulations. Government officials say they are protecting natural resources or giving more access to the public for hiking and other activities that fuel the fast-growing recreation industry.

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Ranchers who rely on public land to raise cattle say they have shrinking access to grass and water because of an array of regulations. Government officials say they are protecting natural resources or giving more access to the public for hiking and other activities that fuel the fast-growing recreation industry.

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