Donald Trump Takes Credit for 8,000 Jobs from a Japanese Tech Mogul

(PALM BEACH, Fla.) — Donald Trump on Wednesday touted plans by a Japanese mogul to bring 8,000 jobs to the United States. They could be the first of the 50,000

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Mall Fights Across the U.S. Send Post-Holiday Shoppers Scrambling For the Exits

(BEACHWOOD, Ohio)—Fights broke out at malls around the country Monday night sending shoppers, who were looking for post-holiday deals, scrambling for the exits. No one was seriously injured in the

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Credit Suisse to Pay Out $5 Billion Over Toxic Mortgages

Credit Suisse has agreed in principle to pay U.S. authorities $2.48 billion to settle claims it misled investors in residential mortgage-backed securities it sold in the run-up to the 2008

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Meet the Startup Trying to Reinvent Food Delivery

For many New York City office workers, an honest lunch break is a phenomenon long near extinction. Taking a half-hour — or, the horror, a full hour away from work

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Walmart to Stop Selling ‘Bulletproof: Black Lives Matter’ T-Shirts

Walmart will no longer sell T-shirts that say “Bulletproof: Black Lives Matter” on its website, the retailer announced, after receiving a complaint from the Fraternal Order of Police. The protest

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Volkswagen’s Latest Settlement With the EPA Gives Some Diesel Car Owners a Buyback Option

(SAN FRANCISCO) — Volkswagen reached a deal that will give at least some owners of the remaining 80,000 diesel vehicles caught in the company’s emissions cheating scandal the option of

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Christine Lagarde Will Remain as the IMF’s Chief Despite Her Conviction by a French Court

(WASHINGTON) — Christine Lagarde will remain head of the International Monetary Fund despite her conviction Monday of negligence in a case dating to her tenure as France’s finance minister. The

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What to Know About IMF Chief Christine Lagarde’s Conviction

Christine Lagarde, the sumptuously smooth-talking head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), has been convicted of negligence in office while she was serving as Finance Minister of France back in

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An E-Cigarette Started a Small Fire on a Flight After It ‘Malfunctioned’

(LITTLE ROCK, Ark.) — Officials say an American Airlines flight from Dallas to Indianapolis was forced to make an emergency landing in Arkansas after a passenger’s electronic cigarette “malfunctioned” and

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Homeownership Drops Among Minorities and Young People Despite Recovering Market

Home values have increased over the last four years, but young people and African Americans are not seeing the benefits as much as other demographic groups. Homeownership rates are down

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