Archive for December 27th, 2019

The U.S. marijuana business has the potential to grow into a global industry — but federal laws are getting in the way, and allowing Canadian cannabis growers to dominate markets

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Investors have long assumed the state would step in and help many companies, but that’s no longer a safe bet.

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Wages for the typical worker—nonsupervisory employees who account for 82% of the workforce—are rising at the fastest rate in more than a decade, a sign that the labor market has tightened.

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If you want to understand the past decade, you need to understand Chick-fil-A.

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Wages for the typical worker—nonsupervisory employees who account for 82% of the workforce—are rising at the fastest rate in more than a decade, a sign that the labor market has tightened.

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It started with animal spirits left for dead by the financial crisis. It’s set to finish with stocks near records, volatility vanquished and the credit supercycle on steroids.

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On a single day in December 2015, Gary Jones, who resigned last month as president of the United Automobile Workers, spent more than $13,000 of the union’s money at a cigar store in Arizona. 

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A new rule has been praised by antiabortion groups and criticized by insurers, medical organizations and women's health advocates.

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The logistical improvements Amazon had to make to achieve such delivery numbers are impressive and likely paving the way for the stock rise as it sets the company up for long-term success past the holiday season.

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Tesla Inc. confirmed it’s lined up 11.25 billion yuan ($1.6 billion) in financing from local banks for its Shanghai factory as it prepares to begin deliveries of China-made Model 3 sedans to local consumers.

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<p>The Dow’s performance is not always directly linked to decisions the sitting commander in chief makes. More often, the direction of the index is attributable to factors beyond the president’s control, from geopolitical incidents to decisions made by the Federal Reserve or even a previous president.</p>

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