Archive for December 18th, 2019

Moody's said the decision to halt production would raise costs for Boeing's best-selling plane and that the prolonged grounding would increase compensation claims from airline and leasing firm companies.

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Casino executives who have long salivated over Japan as a potential $20 billion gaming market are beginning to question whether that jackpot is worth all the trouble.

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<p>Here are the 10 hottest large-company stocks of the decade, as well as a look at what put them on top of the heap.</p>

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<p>How could an obscure two-year-old brewery from Highwood, Ill., (2018 production: 550 barrels of beer) land an industry icon (2018 production: 320,000 barrels) once worth $1 billion?</p>

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FedEx and Amazon have been going through a very public divorce. But that's not the biggest problem for iconic delivery company.

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The U.S. has had two longstanding demographic advantages over other countries: higher fertility and immigration. Both are eroding.

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The under-40 crowd in the Golden State is ready for tax-friendlier climes, according to data from Wealthfront, an investment management firm. These three states are among their top destinations.

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You'll want to know about this magic number.

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Giant bonuses are great news for employees — and for the IRS. St. John Properties, a Baltimore-based real estate developer, spread out a $10 million bonus payment among its 198 employees. Here's what that means for their taxes.

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It’s underwater—and the consequences are unimaginable.

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The S&amp;P 500 large-cap index could post best annual performance since 1997

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Consider yourself warned.

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Technology companies are building algorithms that are fueled by vast stores of patient health information.

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Wayne LaPierre was sitting in a chair with his hands over his ears, looking straight down. “It was horribly painful,” he said of the nearly two years of investigations, intrigue and infighting that have roiled the National Rifle Association, which he has led since 1991. Now, a once-invincible organization, and its chief, are girding for a legal reckoning. “I mean,” LaPierre said, looking up, “it’s the most painful period of my life.” His office…

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Dumpster divers say it’s easy to list discarded toys, electronics and books on the retailer’s platform, where just about anyone can set up shop. So we decided to try.

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