Archive for January 24th, 2019

Jim Cramer explains why Merck could be the perfect stock for an uncertain market.

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As Venezuela plunges deeper into political and economic chaos, potential sanctions could impact U.S. companies. 

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U.S. banks reported 24,454 suspected cases of elder financial abuse to the Treasury Department last year, more than double the amount five years earlier.

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California investigators have determined that “a private electrical system” — not equipment owned by PG&E Corp. — caused the second-most destructive wildfire in state history, which broke out in wine country in 2017.

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California investigators have determined that “a private electrical system” — not equipment owned by PG&E Corp. — caused the second-most destructive wildfire in state history, which broke out in wine country in 2017.

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Sears boss and investor Eddie Lampert orchestrated a "multi-faceted scheme" to strip the company of assets, major creditors alleged.

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Capitalism is the best economic system for wealth creation but it comes at a cost, according to the U2 singer, social activist, and investor.

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U.S. airline bosses are stepping up their criticism of the partial government shutdown, warning that the closing threatens to snarl air travel as it drags into its 34th day.

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PG&E said in a court filing that abiding by a judge's order to inspect its energy grid and clear trees would cost as much as $150 billion.

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Amid national shortage of drivers, retail giant is offering well above the industry scale

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After a wealth screening behind the scenes, many hospitals target people for fund-raising, sometimes while they are still receiving treatment.

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Higher tides linked to climate change are lowering property values, hurting communities and homeowners

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Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross: The US is still 'miles and miles' from a trade deal with China|| 105697264

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<p>Workers affected by the government shutdown should seek loans to pay their bills and financial institutions should make credit available, U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Thursday as employees were poised to miss their second paycheck.</p>

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Filings for U.S. unemployment benefits fell last

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