Archive for May 16th, 2019

A top regulator came close Thursday, but ultimately backed away from directly raising the notion of giving the boot to exhaust-belching automobiles.

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The children's retailer is closing 40 to 45 stores in 2019 but at the same time is open new stores to fill the void left by Gymboree.

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Even the semi-disastrous IPOs of Uber and Lyft don't appear to have stopped the flow of on-demand companies wanting to go public.

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China’s economic growth could tumble, debt surge and foreign companies flee in a deepening trade war, economists warn as a week of escalating tensions forces them to ponder worst-case scenarios.

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China’s economic growth could tumble, debt surge and foreign companies flee in a deepening trade war, economists warn as a week of escalating tensions forces them to ponder worst-case scenarios.

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Using MIT's living wage calculator, CNBC Make It mapped out the minimum amount a family of 4 must earn to meet their basic needs without relying on outside help in every U.S. state.

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According to it first-quarter earnings report released Thursday, Walmart shares are up 18% from last year and the retail giant's market cap is at whopping $286.4 billion.

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Data scientist, software engineer and product manager topped the list, commanding median salaries of $95,000, $90,000, and $89,000 respectively.

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Beijing’s main defense against trade-war fallout this year is more likely to come from the finance ministry than the central bank, no matter what President Donald Trump says.

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The move represents a continued pattern of declines that comes as the two sides have been unable to hammer out a long-term trade agreement.

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Waiting until age 70 to retire isn't for everyone. Could you be waiting too long to quit the 9-to-5 grind?

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40 Cheap and Charming Places to Retire in the US

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A CNBC analysis of data from the US Treasury Department would rank the combined $72 billion in revenue from all the president's tariffs as one of the biggest tax increases since 1993.

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<p>Walmart said Thursday that prices for shoppers will go up because of higher tariffs on imports from China as the world's largest retailer reported its best comparable sales growth for the first quarter in nine years.</p>

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What's an arm and a leg worth? For some celebrities — millions.

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