Archive for July 25th, 2019

Amazon.com Inc.’s results were marred by a surge in costs tied to its one-day delivery push, worrying investors who had grown accustomed to almost two straight years of fattening profits.

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Air travel is becoming a test of physical endurance. Seats have shrunk, legroom has vanished — and the airlines aren’t done with you yet.

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Canada's immigrant-friendly policies are drawing technology companies — and the jobs they create — away from the U.S.

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If you are looking for signs of trouble in the U.S. economy, many experts (and politicians) point to manufacturing.

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The U.S. just unveiled $16 billion more in federal aid for agriculture. Farmers were of course happy for the funds, but mainly, they want an end to Donald Trump’s trade wars.

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<p>Tesla stock plummeted as much as 13% after a worse-than-expected loss and yet another major management change cast fresh doubts on the electric-car maker’s future.</p>

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NISSAN-RESULTS/ (UPDATE 4, PIX, TV):UPDATE 4-Nissan to cut 12,500 jobs as crisis deepens after profit wipe out

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U.S. senators are gearing up for a battle over how to fix the pensions of about 1.3 million retirees and workers in trucking, mining and other industries.

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Ford's sales in China slid 27% in the first half of the year, outpacing a broader market-wide decline.

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I struggled with early retirement at first. But now, nearly seven years in, my quality of life has improved tremendously in ways I never would have imagined.

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