Archive for October 7th, 2019

The United Auto Workers union strike at General Motors started its fourth week Monday. With no immediate end in sight, losses are mounting for both the automaker, its workers, and the company's suppliers.

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General Electric's move to cut its pension liabilities is simply the latest corporate pivot away from guaranteed retirement benefits.

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<p>Snyder is the only grandchild of In-N-Out founders Harry and Esther Snyder, who opened the first outpost of West Coast burger chain in 1948. In part due to a series of family tragedies, she became president of the company in 2010 at just 28 years old and sole owner when she turned 35.</p>

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<p>Investing legend Charles Schwab, the founder and chairman of his namesake brokerage firm, said he would stay away from money-losing companies going public.</p>

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The House of Representatives may vote on a measure to extend Social Security's solvency in the next few months. That, coupled with new proposals to change a rule that affects public workers' benefits, could amount to the most substantial reforms to the insurance program since 1983.

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That’s less than a quarter the cost of renting a studio in New York or San Francisco.

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<p>Contract talks aimed at ending a 21-day strike by the United Auto Workers against General Motors have taken a turn for the worse, hitting a big snag over product commitments for U.S. factories, a union official wrote in an email to members.</p>

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With the Oct. 15 deadline for extended 2018 tax returns just days away, things look grim for taxpayers.

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Harley struggles to fire up new generation of riders with electric bike debut

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As the standard picture of middle-class shifts — or in some cases disappears — there’s perhaps no better way to understand the changes than by looking at the real-life budgets of families across the country.

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Erie, Pa., has lost more than 30% of its population since 1960 and nearly 27% of its residents live below poverty level. The city now presents a test of a new federal opportunity zone program, which provides tax benefits for those who invest capital gains in low-income areas.

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This year’s railroad slump is getting worse as a slowdown in manufacturing threatens broader weakness in the U.S. economy.

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This year’s railroad slump is getting worse as a slowdown in manufacturing threatens broader weakness in the U.S. economy.

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Erie, Pa., has lost more than 30% of its population since 1960 and nearly 27% of its residents live below poverty level. The city now presents a test of a new federal opportunity zone program, which provides tax benefits for those who invest capital gains in low-income areas.

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