Archive for February 6th, 2020

Macy’s will close roughly 125 stores, a fifth of its locations, and is cutting about 2,000 positions over the next three years.

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There’s so much money chasing after the bonds sold by America’s high-tax states that buyers don’t seem to care too much about what credit-rating companies think.

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Many U.S. companies are maneuvering to sidestep levies on Chinese imports, trade lawyers and logistics consultants say, using a variety of strategies to avoid the payments without upending their supply chains.

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The financial services industry is a top target for scammers.

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Victoria’s Secret is under fire again from models after new allegations of sexual misconduct surfaced over the weekend.

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<p>If you are starting a new job this year, or just want to update your tax information with your employer, some of the paperwork is going to look different. A lot different.</p>

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Americans have long pinned economic hopes on fast-food chains. And where there are hopes, there are scams.

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Pizza Hut's U.S. same-store sales contracted by 4% in the fourth quarter.

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For decades, China was the promised land for American, European and Japanese carmakers. Now, the coronavirus outbreak threatens to prolong a slump in vehicle sales, derail production in the country and snarl global auto supply chains.

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People have shifted money into more conservative investments amid uncertainty about how the election could affect retirement plans.

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<p>Americans have been migrating to the south and west for the last several years, particularly from states in the Northeast.</p>

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Amazon is building a 43-story tower in Bellevue for its expansion outside Seattle.

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Wages are finally rising for workers, but the the top 1% are still benefiting the most — not quite a "blue collar boom."

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In the years after Jeffrey Epstein registered as a sex offender, he closed his money management firm and started a business to develop algorithms and mine DNA and financial databases.&nbsp;

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Big tax refunds give many consumers a way to feel flush when they don't typically have a lot of slack in their budgets.

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