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Got a Windows 10 Mobile phone? Time's finally up. Better switch to iOS or Android

2019's the final year Microsoft will provide “support” for Windows 10 Mobile. It's probably a good time to start checking out your smartphone options.
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How a Kentucky college has offered tuition-free education for more than a century

For American college students, a degree often comes with massive debt accumulated to pay tuition and other expenses. Last year, student debt in the U.S. topped $1.5 trillion and the average student..
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From hemp to organic foods, farm bill embraces change in rural US

Passage of the farm bill is a rite of Congress that often borders on the arcane. But this year’s version signals how American farming is gradually embracing a vision beyond the industrial model.
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US-China trade: How dose of reality is pushing both sides to deal

During 2018, the outlook seemed to grow steadily worse for relations between the world’s two largest economies. Things are shifting as both sides see the risks of a trade war.
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Dimon, Schwarzman and Other Davos A-Listers Add $175  Billion in 10 Years

The world’s elite have prospered since the financial crash.
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Shifting Treasuries Buyer Base May Be Bond-Market Achilles Heel

As the U.S. government blows through its crisis-era borrowing record, surpassing $1 trillion a year in debt sales, it's relying on creditors who could make its deficit-financing even more costly.
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Financial Markets Depend on Trump Holding Firm

Financial Markets Depend on Trump Holding Firm
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Berkshire Denies Media Report on Accord to Extract Lithium

A unit of Berkshire Hathaway Inc denied a report on Sunday that it reached an agreement to allow extraction of lithium from its geothermal wells in California, a project that could offer U.S. carmakers..
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China's Economy Slows to Weakest Pace Since 2009 Amid Trade War

China's economy expanded at the slowest pace since the global financial crisis, as a domestic financial clean-up, weakening global demand and trade conflict with the U.S. all dampened momentum.
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Deported from the U.S., now answering your calls

When U.S. consumers call about a hotel reservation or an airline flight, there's a good chance a deportee in El Salvador is on the other end of the line
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Disruptions Expected As Furloughed IRS Workers Called Back To Work Without Pay

Thousands of IRS workers have been called back to work without pay. NPR's Melissa Block speaks with Danny Werfel, acting IRS commissioner during the 2013 shutdown, about a shutdown's effect on..
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Apple's iPhone SE sneaks back into smartphone marketplace – for a few hours, at least

Apple has quietly begun making the smaller iPhone SE available again. It quit selling the smartphone two years ago as consumers opted for bigger devices.
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FDA head: Agency may call back more food safety staff, currently out due to shutdown

Food and Drug Administration head Scott Gottlieb says the agency may call back additional unpaid food safety workers during the government shutdown.
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Economist Stephen Moore: Fed Working Against Trump's Pro-Growth Policies

Ripping into Federal Reserve policy for being too tied to the notion economic growth causes inflation, economist Stephen Moore said he is "very worried" the Fed is "working against the pro-growth..
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Facing populist assault, global elites regroup in Davos, without US delegation

The annual World Economic Forum prepares to open -- and readies to face potential criticism amid growing global populism.
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The exciting world of podcasts

David Pogue explores the explosion in popularity of audio podcasts, running the gamut from news and true crime to comedy and knitting. Pogue talks with Alex Blumberg and Matt Lieber, cofounders of..
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Why the stock market is headed for a swift recovery

Everywhere I look, people seek negatives and ignore positives. When that happens, better times lie ahead for the stock market.
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Bud Light is adding nutrition facts to label, and that could shake up craft beer

Years of drinking in ignorance are ending as nutrition facts appear in more places, exposing the reality behind flavorful craft beers.
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US Chipmakers May Give Clues on China Hazard

Intel Corp operates mostly outside the Apple-sphere, and that is exactly why whatever it says next week about business in its vital Chinese market matters so much for investors.
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Mario Gabelli: Invest in Fox and Baseball

Famed money manager Mario Gabelli is telling investors to go all in on the new Fox.
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China Slump Squeezes Workers, Hammers Consumer Spending

The downturn is squeezing urban workers and entrepreneurs the ruling Communist Party is counting on to help transform China from a low-wage factory into a prosperous consumer market.
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Consumer Sentiment Index Drops to Lowest Since Trump's Election

January sentiment index drops to lowest since Trump’s election; ‘I’m getting punished for something I have nothing to do with’
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Corporate America Wary About Economy, Not Panicking Yet

Growth slowdown fears abound after stock market shudders; Still, companies report they’re observing strong activity
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Jack Bogle Changed Your Life Even If You Don't Know Who He Was

By the time of Bogle’s death, on Wednesday at age 89, his victory was nearly total. Low-cost index funds, the idea he championed, are everywhere, from giant pensions and endowments to millennials’..
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Instead of amplifying human biases, can algorithms help fix them?

The rising use of artificial intelligence has become one of the dominant trends in business. On the heels of that trend come questions about fairness and a quest for ethical algorithms.
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During Government Shutdown, Many Federal Workers Can't Afford To Miss A Paycheck

The federal government's failure to pay its workers during the shutdown has caused hardship for many. Economist Joseph Stiglitz tells NPR's Melissa Block why so many have no savings to fall back on.
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January specials: Your monthly guide to freebies and meal deals

Check USA TODAY's January roundup of free food and meal deals often as it will be frequently updated with additional freebies and savings.
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Here are the 5 best Amazon deals you can get this weekend

Of all Amazon's deals, these are the best offers on the bet products.
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Treasury Finalizes Tax Rule on Pass-Through Businesses

The U.S. Treasury on Friday released final regulations for a tax deduction of up to 20 percent for U.S. businesses organized as so-called pass-through entities, under President Donald Trump's 2017..
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5 reasons to get 'smart' about your thermostat: What you need to know about Nest, Ecobee

Smart thermostats save money and are kinder to the environment. They also offer a level of convenience that most of us have never imagined before.
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Autonomous cars? Not yet. Digital cockpits, assisted driving the latest auto tech focus

Automakers and tech companies are shifting toward valuable, practical, and safety-focused enhancements to the driving experience.
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World Economy Wobbles on Eve of Davos With Politics to Blame

High in the Alps, the global elite will be feeling low about the economic outlook.The ski resort of Davos, Switzerland, will again play host next week to the World Economic Forum's annual meeting,..
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BlackRock Exposes Confidential Data on Thousands of Advisers on iShares

BlackRock Inc., the world's largest asset manager, inadvertently posted confidential information about thousands of financial adviser clients on its website.The data appeared in three spreadsheets,..
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Episode 5: A Closer Look at the Gender Pay Gap

Women take low paying jobs. Women don’t advocate for themselves. The gender pay gap isn’t real. These are some of the myths that persist about gender pay gap. But why does the gap really exist?..
Christian Science Monitor - Published

After CEO arrest, Renault-Nissan alliance faces fissures

Carlos Ghosn, who serves as chairman for both Renault and Nissan, was arrested in Japan on Nov. 19 for alleged financial improprieties. Analysts say this could strain the nearly 20-year-old..
Christian Science Monitor - Published

Ahead of Black Friday, market sees red

The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 600 points on Nov. 20 as tech companies and retailers face losses and an oil surplus pushed barrel prices lower. The global economy shows signs of weakening,..
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Hard times in farm country coincide with a trade war – echoing 1980s

Farmers are resourceful by necessity. But many face a test as a US-China rift undercuts their exports – a challenge familiar to those who weathered the US wheat embargo against the Soviet Union.
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Which fork in the road to take? Detroit says both.

US carmakers appear poised to try two paths forward at once, building more SUVs and pickups, which the US market loves, to pay their way along a road less traveled: electric and self-driving cars.
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Post-layoffs, GM fights to keep tax credit for electric vehicles

A $7,500 tax incentive for buyers of electric vehicles is critical for General Motors as it ramps up production in the EV market. But some government officials are hesitant to continue funding the..
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Businesses offer furlough freebies, shutdown specials and assistance to federal workers

Wireless providers including AT&T, Verizon and Sprint are willing to work with furloughed federal government workers on payment programs.
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Government shutdown, TSA absenteeism spark travel industry fears

The potential for longer airport security lines is raising concerns for the travel industry, including flight restrictions
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Facebook may face a record FTC fine over privacy lapses

The FTC is reportedly considering the record fine due to Facebook's Cambridge Analytica scandal
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A new billionaire is minted every 2 days as the poor lose wealth

The economy is rewarding the wealthy like never before, but most of the world's population is poorer than ever
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Kudlow: Govt Shutdown Will Cause Glitch in Economic Data

National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow has warned there will be a temporary glitch in economic data due to the government shutdown, CNBC reported.
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Trump Says He'll Make 'Major Announcement' Saturday on Shutdown

President Donald Trump said he will make a “major announcement” Saturday on the government shutdown and his demand that Congress fund a border wall.
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The United States: “Flawed Democracy”

This post The United States: “Flawed Democracy” appeared first on Daily Reckoning. How much control do citizens really have over government?... The United States’ democratic ranking in the..
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Swank NY eatery said to ban solo females from bar

Scorching Yelp reviews follow report that Manhattan's Nello has imposed gender-specific rules for dining alone at bar
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US Said to Prepare Trump Order to Restrict Chinese Telecoms

The Trump administration is preparing an executive order that could significantly restrict Chinese state-owned telecom companies from operating in the U.S. over national security concerns, according to..
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Disney to Unveil New Streaming Service at April Investor Day

Disney has rejiggered its business segments for earnings reporting to make room for the new unit housing its global streaming operations.
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Kudlow: US Making Good Progress on China Trade Talks

White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said on Friday that the United States and China were making good progress on trade negotiations but that reaching a deal would take time....
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