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Saudi Arabia and Russia are discussing raising OPEC and non-OPEC oil production by some 1 million barrels a day, sources said, while OPEC's chief said a complaint from U.S. President Donald Trump over high prices had triggered the idea of upping output.

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In some parts of America, the Department of Labor hasn’t updated its “prevailing wage” for taxpayer-funded work in decades.

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Raj Nair is is commonly referred to as the "father of the GT." Now he's leading the company that makes it for Ford.

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Due to escalating tuition and easy credit, the U.S. has 101 people who owe at least $1 million in federal student loans. Five years ago, 14 people owed that much. More could soon be joining the group.

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Wall Street’s hottest debt market is approaching hyperdrive.

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Raj Nair is is commonly referred to as the "father of the GT." Now he's leading the company that makes it for Ford.

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U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open Friday morning, amid improving market sentiment after President Donald Trump called off a key summit with North Korea.

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Netflix chief Reed Hastings complained last year that the video streaming company’s ‘hit ratio’ was too high.

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Boeing's new 777X aircraft will have an expanded 235-foot wingspan and the ability to fold it up.

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Nearly 10 percent of millennials need family help to pay rent, and another 15 percent simply live with their parents.

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Arguments over tweets and tension with owner Disney increased anxiety over the network’s future in era of cord-cutting,

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<p>The United Auto Workers International Union has filed a complaint accusing Tesla chief Eexecutive Elon Musk of illegally threatening to take away benefits from workers who join the union.</p>

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A recent study from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis finds that some Millennials born in the 1980s may never make up the wealth they lost during the Great Recession.

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More than 40 percent of recipients say their 2 percent cost-of-living increase is being entirely consumed (or close to it) by higher monthly costs of Medicare Part B.

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As many as 1 in 4 students at some elite U.S. colleges are now classified as disabled, largely because of mental-health issues, entitling them to a widening array of special accommodations like longer time to take exams.

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