Archive for September 1st, 2019

<p>Lawyers for owners of 98,000 Volkswagen AG U.S. vehicles that had fuel economy labels that overstated efficiency will ask a U.S. judge for $26 million in attorney's fees and costs, court documents show.</p>

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With the National Hurricane Center warning that Dorian could inflict destructive storm surges and dangerous winds along the coasts of Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas, billions of dollars in damage could be caused to homes and other property in its path.

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U.S. stock index futures tumbled in Asia on Monday after the Trump administration slapped tariffs on roughly $110 billion in Chinese imports on Sunday.

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A year of infant care is more expensive than a year's tuition at an in-state college in 33 states and DC, according to the Economic Policy Institute.

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President Trump’s economic advisers do not see a recession on the horizon, but they worry that gloomy news reports and a drumbeat of recession warnings could turn fear of one into reality.&nbsp;

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Amazon’s recent breakup with shipping partner FedEx illustrates how far the e-commerce giant has come in creating its own delivery network. Here is a look at the company’s vast shipping empire.

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Bon Truong, of Canada, waited nearly 10 months to claim his winnings because he said he felt overwhelmed by the size of his luck.

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