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FCC votes to start rolling behind landmark net neutrality rules

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai. The FCC voted May 18, 2017, to start rolling behind a net neutrality rules. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) The Republican-led Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to start undoing a pivotal preference from a Obama era that ...

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Mnuchin silent as Dems press for answers on taxation reform, Dodd-Frank

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin was silent Thursday about facilities of a Trump administration’s skeleton to cuts taxes and rollback financial regulations. Mnuchin seemed before a Senate Banking Committee, his initial congressional testimony as Treasury secretary, to refurbish lawmakers on domestic ...

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The 5 Best Dividend Stocks In Big-Box Retailer Industry

Big-box retailers have come underneath vigour in new years from a brew of forces, including e-commerce, quick fashion, and disappearing mall traffic. As a result, many normal retailers have cut behind on store growth, or even sealed stores. Still, there ...

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The 5 Best Dividend Stocks In Big-Box Retailer Industry

Big-box retailers have come underneath vigour in new years from a brew of forces, including e-commerce, quick fashion, and disappearing mall traffic. As a result, many normal retailers have cut behind on store growth, or even sealed stores. Still, there ...

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S&P, Dow set for misfortune day in 8 months on Trump turmoil

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The SP 500 and a Dow were headed for their misfortune day in some-more than 8 months as reports of a leaked memo by former FBI arch James Comey spooked investors, lifting questions about either President Donald Trump attempted to ...

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S&P, Dow set for misfortune day in 8 months on Trump turmoil

International Reaction

The SP 500 and a Dow were headed for their misfortune day in some-more than 8 months as reports of a leaked memo by former FBI arch James Comey spooked investors, lifting questions about either President Donald Trump attempted to ...

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Britons’ Falling Real Wages Show Challenging Times Have Arrived

It looks like those tough times a Bank of England warned about are here already. Even as unemployment forsaken to a lowest in some-more than 4 decades final quarter, U.K. workers saw their genuine gain tumble for a initial time in ...

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Britons’ Falling Real Wages Show Challenging Times Have Arrived

It looks like those tough times a Bank of England warned about are here already. Even as unemployment forsaken to a lowest in some-more than 4 decades final quarter, U.K. workers saw their genuine gain tumble for a initial time in ...

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Sears CEO Battles With Suppliers as Shares Continue Downward Spiral

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Sears Holdings (shld) CEO Eddie Lampert is on a roll. Just days after blaming a media for a retailer’s deepening problems, Lampert blasted some suppliers in an surprising blog post, accusing them of holding advantage of Sears’ problems to confuse ...

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Bill Gates told new grads to review this book. Now it’s surging on Amazon.

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Bill Gates (Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg News) Since stepping down as Microsoft’s arch executive in 2000, Bill Gates has seen his repute renovate from that of a hard-nosed businessman vigilant on shutting out a foe — which produced comparisons to oil lord John D. ...

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