Archive for July 24th, 2019

The White House is not as business-friendly as previously thought, and it's not getting enough attention, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.

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<p>The company is struggling to contain the fallout from two deadly crashes of the Max. It has already announced more than $8 billion in costs related to the accidents, and is producing the planes at a slower rate.</p>

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<p>With the real estate market just now beginning to take a breather after a years-long sprint, it's a good time to remember that a decade ago the Bay Area was not immune to the foreclosure crisis facing the rest of nation. After the financial collapse of 2008, California saw record foreclosures, with lenders taking hold of more than 35,000 homes in the Bay Area in that year alone.</p>

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A new study examined the staying-power of home prices across the U.S.

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A new study examined the staying-power of home prices across the U.S.

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In New York City’s forest of tall buildings, having a view is an inestimable commodity.

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It’s time to separate fact from fiction when it comes to rich people.

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The Heisman trophy winner turned minor league baseball player bought his second property in South Jacksonville, Florida in an exclusive gated community.

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The San Francisco suburb of Emeryville recently implemented the highest minimum wage in the U.S., $16.30 an hour, becoming ground zero for a national debate over how to balance boosting wages for the lowest-paid workers and ensuring small businesses can afford to employ them.

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Over the past decade, the auto industry enjoyed a boom unlike any other in modern history.&nbsp;

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Boeing burned $1.01 billion in cash during the second quarter, a sign of the strain from a protracted grounding of the 737 Max jetliner following two fatal crashes.

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As malls search for innovative ways to draw in shoppers and fill empty storefronts, they are turning to unexpected partners: health clinics.

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These classic brands manufacture goods outside the U.S.

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Nissan is planning a reduction of more than 10,000 jobs globally as part of its strategy to turn around a struggling business, Kyodo News reported.

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