Archive for April 4th, 2019

Google's forum for discussing artificial-intelligence issues was supposed to meet four times this year. Now it appears those meetings won't be happening.

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<p>Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos will retain 75 percent of his stock in the company after his divorce from MacKenzie Bezos, the couple announced Thursday on Twitter, eliminating any concern that the split would influence his control over one of the world’s most valuable businesses.</p>

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Companies find benefits in health-care costs and results with employees going to their selected doctors.

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Walmart CEO Doug McMillon hasn't noticed American consumers pulling back on spending to start this year, despite some fear that's been the case.

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Here are several ways in which your golden years probably will not resemble those of your parents.

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The first lady of everything, Beyoncé Knowles, enters the sneaker wars.&nbsp;

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Sears will open three Home &amp; Life stores in May, in Anchorage, Alaska; Layette, Louisiana; and Overland Park, Kansas.

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<p>Tesla shares fell more than 8 percent Thursday after a bigger-than-expected drop in first-quarter deliveries, led by waning demand for its luxury Model S and X vehicles, added to worries about the electric carmaker's finances.</p>

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The median asking price for a U.S. home hit $300,000 for the first time on record, according to March housing data from Realtor.com.

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Target raises minimum wage to $13 an hour in tight labor market

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America has nearly 12 million millionaires. Here's how to start becoming one of them.

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Companies find benefits in health-care costs and results with employees going to their selected doctors.

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Unemployed people derive significant psychological benefits from receiving a fixed amount of financial support from the state, according to a landmark experiment into basic income in Finland that highlights the disadvantages of the country’s existing means-tested system.

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U.S. stock index futures were mixed Thursday morning, as talks over a trade deal between the world's two largest economies enter what could be the final stages.

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This financial move makes sense for millions of homeowners right now — but only if they act fast.

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