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Washington, D.C., Approves Controversial Wage Hike For Tipped Workers
Maker Of OxyContin Has Fired The Rest Of Its Sales Team
Looming Trade War Could Hurt US-China Cooperation On North Korea
Senate Passes Defense Policy Bill With ZTE Penalties Amendment
Bourbon: One Of The All-American Targets For Counter-Tariffs
Audi's CEO Arrested In Germany Over Concerns Of Evidence Suppression
"Incredibles 2" Manages Best Animated Film Debut In Box Office History
Theranos' Founder And Former President Indicted On Wire Fraud Charges
Obama's Former Advisor Says U.S. Would Lose Trade War To China
US Targets China's Manufacturing In First Shots Of Possible Trade War
AT&T And Time Warner Have Officially Merged
Coastal Real Estate Is Already Feeling The Costs Of Sea Level Rise
GOP Leader: Canada Keeps US Wine Out Of Its Supermarkets — Really?
Up For Debate: Is Bitcoin A Bubble Or Here To Stay?
Up For Debate: Is Bitcoin A Bubble Or Here To Stay?
Volkswagen To Pay $1.2 Billion Fine In Germany For Emissions Scandal
Seattle's City Council Has Repealed The Controversial 'Amazon Tax'
Elon Musk Says Tesla Is Laying Off Thousands Of Employees
Judge Approves AT&T Acquisition Of Time Warner
Discover Offers Full-Ride Bachelor's Degree Programs For Employees
The Senate Is Trying To Block The Trump Administration's Deal With ZTE
Founder Of Craigslist Donates $20 Million To Journalism School
3 Gulf States Pledge $2.5 Billion In Aid To Jordan
Dream Jobs: Real Estate Photographer
'Ocean's 8' Makes Off With The Best Box-Office Debut Of The Franchise
Ikea Pledges To Stop Selling All Single-Use Plastic Products By 2020
Google Won't Use AI For Weapons Or For Surveillance 'Violating Norms'
NTSB Report On Tesla Crash Could Fuel Legal Fight
China's ZTE Has Struck A Deal With The US Commerce Department
Multi-Level Marketing Businesses: Side Hustle Or Pyramid Schemes?
US Steel Corp. Adding 300 Jobs After Steel, Aluminum Tariffs Imposed
IHOP Says It's Changing Its Name To IHOb
Women Owe Most Of The Student Loan Debt In America
ZTE Could Be Back In Business Soon, But It'll Have To Pay A Price
After Uproar, Volkswagen Says It Will Stop Conducting Tests On Animals
Starbucks' Chief Is Leaving, Which Could Fuel Speculation On 2020
Facebook Defends Itself Against New York Times Report On Data-Sharing
Disney Is Considering A Bump In Florida Workers' Minimum Wage
China Warns It Won't Buy More US Goods If Tariffs Are Introduced
The Excuses UK Companies Gave For Not Including Women On Their Boards
The Unemployment Rate Is The Lowest It's Been Since April 2000
India Wants To Sell Its Airline, But Apparently No One Wants It
US Imposes Steel, Aluminum Tariffs On Imports From Canada, Mexico, EU
Sears Plans To Close 72 More Stores
Regulators Move To Soften The Volcker Rule On Big Banks
Jeff Bezos Expands On Plans For Humans To Live And Work In Space
Walmart Employees Can Get A Degree For $1 A Day — But There's A Catch
Uber Launches New US Safety Features, Including A 'Panic Button'
The Little Extras In Your Budget Add Up ... Really Quickly
Fiat Chrysler Recalls 4.8 Million Vehicles Over Cruise Control Issue
An Amazon Echo Recorded A Conversation, Then Sent It As A Message
Netflix Surpasses Disney As Most Valuable Media Company
US-China Trade Tensions Are Getting Even More Confusing
Fed Report Says 40% Of US Adults Can't Cover $400 Unexpected Expense
Trump Signs Bill To Repeal Some Banking Regulations
As Women's Plus-Size Expands, Men's Fashion Is Still Focused On Skinny
Trump: Helping Sanctioned Chinese Company Is A 'Favor' To President Xi
NYSE Names Its First Female President In 226-Year History
China Is Significantly Reducing Imported Car Tariffs
Musk Promises Brake Fix After Tesla Model 3 Gets Poor Review
'Deadpool 2' Kicks 'Infinity War' Out Of Top Spot With $125M Debut
Rising Fuel Costs Could Affect Flights — From Airfare To Bathroom Size
TSA Confirms It Keeps A List of Confrontational Fliers
Cambridge Analytica Files For Bankruptcy
China Denies It Made A $200 Billion Trade Offer To The US
A New NAFTA Deal Doesn't Seem Close, Despite Deadline
Uber Won't Force Sexual Misconduct Survivors Into Arbitration Anymore
Another Airline Is Cracking Down On Emotional Support Animals
Amazon Pledges To Consider Women, Minority Candidates For Board Roles
Why Trump Wants To Help A Rebuked Chinese Company, According To Trump
Pro Sports Leagues Could Stand To Gain A Lot From Legal Betting
Chili's Hack May Have Exposed Customers' Names And Payment Info
Women-Led Films Hit The Mother's Day Box Office Behind 'Infinity War'
Trump Says He's Helping A Chinese Company His Own Government Rebuked
Appeals Court Blocks Seattle Law Allowing Uber And Lyft To Unionize
Starbucks Opening Its Bathrooms To All, Executive Chairman Says
Why Trump Told His Base The US Needs Foreign Workers
It Looks Like Amazon Skirted Federal Income Tax Last Year — Here's How
AT&T Says It Paid Trump's Lawyer To Advise On Time Warner Merger
Survey: Most Flight Attendants Say They've Faced Sexual Harassment
Adult Swim Just Ordered 70 More Episodes Of 'Rick And Morty'
Equifax Says Passport And ID Images Were Stolen, Too
Novartis, AT&T Spoke To Robert Mueller About Payments To Michael Cohen
Ford Says It's Pausing Production For Its F-150, Super Duty Trucks
Chinese Tech Company Shuts Down 'Major' Operations After US Ban
Venture Capitalist Funds Often Overlook Certain Groups Of People
World's Largest Retailer Wants To Buy India's Largest Online Retailer
Uber Working With NASA To Bring Flying Taxi Concept Closer To Reality
Boeing, Airbus Can No Longer Sell Planes To Iran
Now, Audi Faces A Potential Emissions Scandal
Nestle Spends $7.15 Billion To Sell Starbucks Coffee
'Infinity War' Reaches $1B Worldwide Faster Than Any Film In History
Wells Fargo Settles Lawsuit Over Fake Accounts For $480 Million
New Video Shows How Close Airliners Came To Colliding In San Francisco
Former Volkswagen CEO Charged In Emissions Scandal
One Brewer Wants A Greener Way To Ship Beer
United Airlines Bans Several Dog, Cat Breeds
US And China Still Deeply Divided As Trade Talks Begin
New Cars In The US Are Now Required To Have Backup Cameras
California Court Ruling Could Help Gig Workers Get Employee Status