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Typically tightfisted Japanese consumers have helped power a surprising economic uptick, but many experts say the boom might just be temporary.

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<p>Payment processors and web-hosting companies have been forced to reckon with the sometimes significant roles they play in hate groups' existence.</p>

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<p>One of the president’s top campaign promises was to bring manufacturing jobs back to the U.S., and Kamler is on a quest to revive a decimated industry: American-made bicycles. Almost all of the roughly 18 million bicycles sold each year in the U.S. come from China and Taiwan.</p>

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Three major public pension funds, including the Orange County Employees Retirement System, have sued a half-dozen Wall Street banks

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Billionaire businessman Mark Cuban expressed interest in serving as President Donald Trump's "entrepreneurial czar" in a recent exchange with Business Insider following the disbanding…

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In the basement of a three-story house in a leafy neighborhood in Tokyo, about 40 lawyers crowded together, plotting against Japan’s massive nuclear power industry.

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The import ban of Western produce has left many scars for consumers, farmers and restaurateurs.

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Young women are increasingly choosing bralettes over bras — and Victoria's Secret is bucking the trend. "Bralettes trend up and down and we’ll have them," CEO Jan Singer told analysts…

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The departure of Trump adviser Steve Bannon lets the White House now refocus, but it will be up to President Donald Trump to win back confidence.

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When the state treats childrearing like a job, make sure you don’t run afoul of the boss.

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<p>Aviation officials open investigation into the three accidents</p>

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<p>Carl Icahn has stepped down from his role as a special adviser to President Donald Trump, the billionaire investor announced on Friday.</p>

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Planning early in the school year may help families avoid complications at tax time, financial planners and student aid experts say.

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Supermodel Christie Brinkley is selling not one but two historic estates in the Hamptons.

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<p>Walmart has opened a new front in its battle with Amazon.</p>

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