Archive for September 7th, 2018

Americans love a good boycott—whatever their place on the political divide. This week, conservatives began ripping up their socks to protest Nike’s new ad campaign…

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In an interview, Mr. Ma said it was “the beginning of an era” for him and that he planned to focus on philanthropy in education.

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<p>A billionaire pharmaceuticals executive who has been blamed for spurring the US opioid crisis stands to profit from the epidemic after he patented a new treatment for drug addicts.</p>

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In an interview, Mr. Ma said it was “the beginning of an era” for him and that he planned to focus on philanthropy in education.

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Wells Fargo, one of America's most storied banks, has yet wake up from a nightmare that began exactly two years ago.

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U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday that he has tariffs ready to go on a further $267 billion worth of Chinese imports, as the world awaits his decision on imposing levies on $200 billion worth of the Asian nation's goods.

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<p>U.S. President Donald Trump said Friday that he has tariffs ready to go on a further $267 billion worth of Chinese imports as the world awaits his decision on imposing levies on $200 billion worth of the Asian nation's goods.</p>

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August's surprise jump in wages could be a sign of more wage growth ahead— good news for workers and a green light for the Fed when it comes to interest rates hikes.

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The typical middle-class household is treading water, while incomes for the rich are plowing ahead

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Celebrity chef Mike Isabella once had more than a dozen restaurants in the Washington area. Now he's going bankrupt after being accused of sexual harassment.

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Seattle is known for its hip neighborhoods, soaring home prices, and being home to Amazon.com Inc., the world’s most valuable company. So why is its rental housing market experiencing the most severe slowdown in the U.S.?

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Profits, assets and influence have moved from investment banks like Goldman Sachs to money-management giants like BlackRock and Vanguard, the asset managers collectively known as the ‘buy side’

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Whether it's your monthly benefit or lifetime payout, the federal government has options if it wants to reduce Social Security's expenditures.

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U.S. job gains rebounded by more than forecast in August and wages unexpectedly registered their biggest advance of the expansion, keeping the Federal Reserve on track to lift interest rates this month and possibly another time this year.

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The Internet erupted in scorn earlier this year at financial firms’ recommendation that 35-year-olds should have two times their average salary saved in their retirement accounts.&nbsp;

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