Archive for September 4th, 2019

<p>People who lived through the Great Recession are understandably nervous about the "r" word. But there's good reason to believe that when the next recession hits (and it will) the pain won't be nearly as great as what people experienced in 2008.</p>

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Julio Gomez has flown the MD-80 for his entire 20-year career at American Airlines. But he can’t bring himself to make that final trip into the New Mexico desert.

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When two coal mines in Wyoming’s Powder River Basin abruptly closed, it left nearly 600 workers without jobs and sent shock waves through a town that calls itself the “Energy Capital of the Nation.”

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The increasingly influential Foundation for Government Accountability is mixing sketchy research with legislative leverage — and it’s working.

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When two coal mines in Wyoming’s Powder River Basin abruptly closed, it left nearly 600 workers without jobs and sent shock waves through a town that calls itself the “Energy Capital of the Nation.”

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Recession fears in the U.S. are killing homebuyers’ fighting spirit, sending the rate of bidding wars to an eight-year low.

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White families quickly recuperated financial losses after the Civil War and then created a Jim Crow credit system to bring more white families into money.

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See how much you really know about Social Security benefits.

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Exclusive: OxyContin maker prepares 'free-fall' bankruptcy as settlement talks stall

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<p>Stocks rose sharply on Wednesday as tensions in Hong Kong eased after the withdrawal of a controversial bill, easing tensions between the government and protesters.</p>

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Joe Balash, who served as the Interior Department's top official overseeing oil and gas leasing on federal land until Friday, is joining an oil firm that's expanding drilling operations on Alaska's North Slope.

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The Fed should push back to encourage better policy, not stand by and allow a recession.

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At the start of the month, the world's two largest economies imposed new tariffs on one another's goods.

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There’s a lot of weight on the shoulders of shoppers around the world, and the strain is starting to show.

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Cathay Pacific says Chairman John Slosar resigns

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