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Instead of hiring holiday workers, Walmart is asking employees to take on extra hours

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Republicans are eager to drive down business tax rates in a bid to boost economic growth. But their tax proposal to create a new special rate for business income potentially puts high-income wage earners at a disadvantage.

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There is so much demand for housing and so few homes for sale, that prices have nowhere to go but up — unless they get so high that no one wants to buy.

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Steve Pruett has seen more than his share of booms in three decades in the oil business. None, though, as strange as the one gripping the Permian Basin right now.

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Two women kiss in front a big fire. A woman and a man kiss underwater. Giant waving inflatable tubes flail in the middle of a forest. Another girl holds up a live chicken to the sky in what could be rural Nevada. Or Chile. Or maybe upstate New York. Could this imagery convince millennials to buy diamonds? Maybe so. But…

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You can easily use your employer plan to create a brighter financial future.

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Most U.S. business economists doubt the economy will grow as fast as President Trump and Republicans are counting on to help pay for tax cuts.

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You don’t have children to get rich.

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Unprecedented is an overused word in financial markets — but this time it's justified.

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Republican tax negotiators are targeting a corporate tax rate of 20 percent, according to two people familiar with the matter. That would be higher than President Donald Trump wants — setting up a key decision for the president on a top legislative priority.

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<p>The problem is that jet fuel is cheap—$550 per metric ton, down 40 percent from 2014. At that price, it’s profitable for an airline to continue operating older wide-body models that launched in the 1990s, such as the Airbus A330 and Boeing’s original 777, and delay purchases of more efficient planes like the A350—which has a fuselage and wings made from lightweight carbon fiber.</p>

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If you’re a U.S. stock market investor, there is good news and bad news. The good news is that a popular measure of valuation may be overstating how expensive the market is at current levels. The bad news is that a different one suggests things are worse.

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Simple tips for coping with jerks on the job

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In April, Luis Resendiz was ecstatic to move into his brand new apartment in a sleek block with solar panels in a middle class neighborhood of Mexico City.

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