Archive for July 28th, 2019

Here are five things to watch from next week’s crucial Fed meeting.

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<p>While there are still a few hurdles to be cleared for the deal to close, here's what a combined T-Mobile-Sprint company could mean for you and your cellphone bill.</p>

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After 15 years of turmoil, booze brands might finally know what young Americans want.

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<p>Under pressure to bolster their college applications, more students are shunning the character-building, low-paying first job for extracurricular activities and year-round academics.</p>

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Groundbreaking lawsuits are making employers and states rethink the way the workplace treats weed.

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<p>Several technology companies are packaging rare cars, paintings, and books as offerings in which any collector can buy shares. Some offerings start with prices as low as $25 or $50 a share. In return, these retail investors can, the pitch goes, participate in the appreciation of a famous painting in the same way billionaire art collectors do.</p>

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For the first time since the Great Recession a decade ago, the US Federal Reserve is poised to cut interest rates, shoring up America's defenses as the global economy weakens.&nbsp;

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Global coffee chains and the maker of the iPhone are among hugely successful brands that have tweaked their names in ways big and small.

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The claims process starts after a judge signs off on the settlement.

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