Archive for May 2nd, 2018

The world’s biggest oilseed processor just confirmed one of the soybean market’s biggest fears: China has essentially stopped buying U.S. supplies amid the brewing trade war.

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Sales in the U.S. from Japan’s big three auto maker were down in April, with Nissan suffering a double-digit drop, as U.S. consumers prefer SUVs to sedans and pickups.

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Amazon.com Inc. is playing hardball with its hometown of Seattle as the city council nears a vote on a new tax targeting large employers to address homelessness and housing affordability.

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<p>Stocks ended lower Wednesday after the Federal Reserve released its latest decision on monetary policy.</p>

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<p>Stocks fell Wednesday after the U.S. Federal Reserve kept its key lending rate unchanged.</p>

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A look at industrial centers of the North and the East over decades of decline finds that investments, geography and sheer serendipity make a difference.

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Cambridge Analytica was accused of improperly gaining access to the sensitive user information of as many as 87 million Facebook users.

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Many employers are quietly taking what once would have been a radical step: They're dropping marijuana from the drug tests they require of prospective employees.

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7 Stocks to Buy and Hold for the Next Decade

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The Federal Reserve held interest rates steady Wednesday and expressed confidence that a recent rise in inflation to near the U.S. central bank's 2 percent target would be sustained, leaving it on track to raise borrowing costs in June.

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U.S. factories are having too much of a good thing, with surging demand leading to system-wide bottlenecks that are weighing on business and potentially the broader economy.

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Weaker-than-expected earnings from Cognex, a key part of the Apple supply chain, could provide more evidence that Apple is pulling the plug on the iPhone X.

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Generation Z is about to enter the workforce with a different set of tech and communications skills and a different attitude toward work.

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U.S. factories are having too much of a good thing, with surging demand leading to system-wide bottlenecks that are weighing on business and potentially the broader economy.

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TED HealthTap, a health-tech startup working to provide health advice by connecting doctors to patients, has fired its co-founder and CEO Ron Gutman. According to a letter obtained by Recode, the board fired Gutman because of the way he treated…

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