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China Approves 5 New Trademarks For Ivanka Trump Business As President Forges ZTE Deal
The trademark approvals raise new concerns about potential Trump family conflicts of interest.
Whole Foods Lowers Prices For Amazon Prime Members
Attention Whole Foods shoppers! The supermarket chain is rolling out a slew of discounts — but only for Amazon Prime members.
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Make Money From Pot? Then Forget About A Federally Subsidized Loan
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The Small Business Administration says that companies that derive any portion of their revenue from marijuana are ineligible for loan assistance.
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Factory Jobs Aren't Coming Back To Cities Like Flint, Whatever Trump Says
By Scott Atkinson, On assignment for HuffPost
“A job that was taken by a robot 30 years ago ... is not coming back."
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T-Mobile Agrees To Acquire Sprint For $26 Billion
By Greg Roumeliotis, Reuters
U.S. regulators are expected to grill the companies on how they will price their combined wireless offerings.
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E-Verify Immigrant Job Screening Is A Game Of Chicken, Politics And State Laws
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A Stateline analysis of E-Verify use found that a critical tool for preventing the illegal hiring of undocumented workers hasn’t been used uniformly even in the states that require it.
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The SEC Just Made The Case For Divesting From Fossil Fuel Companies Much Stronger
Alexander C. Kaufman
The agency's ruling in a little-noticed case last month has knocked the wind out of the push for shareholder activism, a favorite neoliberal tactic to address climate change.
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Immigrants' Lawsuit Accuses Private Prison Contractor Of Forced Labor
Detainees say they're making between $1 to $8 dollars per day at a CoreCivic detention center.
Two Black Men Arrested For Loitering At Starbucks
A video shows two black men getting arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks while waiting to meet someone.
How Trump vs. Amazon Explains His Entire Presidency
Neil J. Young
Petty personal grievance takes precedence over ideology, while Republicans look the other way.
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3 Signs You Aren’t Being Paid Enough — And What To Do About It
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1. You’ve asked around, and you’re worried
Airbnb For Cars Could Be The Next Big Thing
Airbnb for cars could change the way we get around, but traditional rental car companies want to put the brakes on these industry start-ups.
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Pizza, Pad Thai And Pot: Home Delivery Of Marijuana Is Legal In These States
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Supporters say allowing home delivery of marijuana will reduce drugged driving and help put illegal sellers out of the market, but opponents say it could make it easier for kids to buy drugs.
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China Warns U.S. Not To Open Pandora's Box, Unleash Trade Ills On World
By Se Young Lee and Yawen Chen, Reuters
Trump’s tariffs decision provoked a warning from Beijing that it could retaliate with duties of up to $3 billion of U.S. imports.
Eduardo Munoz / Reuters
Steady Hours Boost Retail Worker Productivity And Sales, Study Finds
Gap reaped nearly $3 million in additional revenue from stores participating in the study, but hasn't committed to stable scheduling.
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Toys R Us Founder Charles Lazarus, 94, Dies As His Empire Comes To A Close
Lazarus was 94 years old.
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Claire's Is Entering A New Chapter In Life: Bankruptcy
Growing up is never easy.
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Pimps Hide In Plain Sight In Corporate America's Boys' Club
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These illegal businesses grow directly from the misogynistic culture of the legitimate ones that house them.
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Two Things Every Woman Should Do Before Starting A New Business
By Julia La Roche, Yahoo Finance
There are some critical considerations women need to make before giving their two-weeks notice so they can start their own
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Companies Are Disclosing How Much Less They Pay Workers Than Executives
And some firms seem a little embarrassed.
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Months Before Winning $300 Million Puerto Rico Contract, Whitefish Energy Was On Shaky Financial Grounds
In newly obtained emails, local officials questioned the company's finances as it sought to build a transformer manufacturing plant near Whitefish, Montana.
McDonald's Flipped Arches Totally Miss The Point Of Empowering Women
It's corporate feminism at its worst.
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Our National Reckoning On Guns Hasn’t Included The Firearm Industry. It Should.
While a growing protest of lax gun laws has put the NRA in the hot seat, the business leaders responsible for manufacturing millions of guns annually remain unquestioned and unbothered.
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New Tax Law Benefiting Shareholders More Than Workers So Far
At least according to the metrics politicians have chosen.
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A New Massachusetts 'Sustainable Energy' Coalition Is Really A Front For Gas Interests
Despite its green-sounding name, the Mass Coalition for Sustainable Energy represents companies who want to build more natural gas pipelines.
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