The Company That Makes Apple’s iPhones in China Wants to Expand to the U.S.

Amid President-elect Donald Trump‘s push for manufacturing jobs to come and stay in the U.S., a company that builds Apple products in China said it’s considering a stateside expansion. Foxconn

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E.U. is Fining JP Morgan, HSBC and Credit Agricole $520 Million Over Market Rigging

European Union regulators have fined banks JPMorgan, HSBC and Credit Agricole a combined $520 million for colluding to manipulate the price of financial products linked to interest rates. E.U. antitrust

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The Oil Industry Is Urging Donald Trump to Approve the Dakota Access Pipeline

(BISMARCK, N.D.) — Industry leaders are urging President-elect Donald Trump to make approval of the disputed Dakota Access oil pipeline a priority when he takes office next month, but a

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How Amazon Plans to Totally Reinvent Grocery Shopping

The Jeff Bezos playbook works something like this: sketch out a big, audacious goal in a fledgling market, launch with a modest yet fine-tuned project and build incrementally over many

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What Starbucks’ New CEO Means For Your Daily Coffee Fix

It’s the end of an era for the global corner coffeeshop: Howard Schultz is stepping down as Starbucks’ CEO. And investors are uneasy about it. Shultz announced the move Thursday

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Unemployment Rate Hits Lowest Level Since Financial Crisis

Donald Trump’s presidential victory may have caused some employers to hit the pause button, but not many. In the first jobs report since Trump was elected president, employers added slightly

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UN Labor Chief Guy Ryder Says the ‘Uberification’ of Work Has Begun

How do you ensure that labor is fair—and accessible to even more people globally—amid a technological revolution that stands to automate and replace an enormous number of jobs? That question

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