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Corporations turn green amid rising climate concern

Jan 21, 2020
Starbucks is the latest company to announce aplans to address climate change.
A sign on display outside Starbucks's annual general meeting in 2018.
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Trump's been in office three years. Is the economy better?

Jan 20, 2020
A tax cut and a trade war later, the economy seems pretty similar to the one the president inherited.
President Donald Trump takes the oath of office on Jan. 20, 2017, in Washington, D.C.
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Password sharing denies streaming services $9 billion in fees — report

Jan 13, 2020
Why aren't streaming services doing more to crack down on it?
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Gaming sales top a record $120 billion in 2019

Jan 3, 2020
The industry is growing its audience and finding new ways to monetize games.
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Should the dollar's drop worry you?

Jan 2, 2020
The weakened currency means imports get more expensive, but U.S. goods and services sold overseas become more affordable.
The U.S Federal Reserve started pumping more dollars into the U.S. financial system, one reason the dollar has weakened.
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Farm prices likely to stay low in 2020

Dec 27, 2019
The "Phase 1" trade deal may not make much of an impact on crop prices.
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How will post-Christmas sales fare?

Dec 26, 2019
Some retailers look to post-Christmas shopping to revive their fortunes
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Many professionals expect bonuses, but not fairness

Dec 25, 2019
A new survey of professional workers shows mixed feelings over the end-of-year payouts.
A survey found 88% of professionals expect bonuses this year.
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There's a reason behind the scant merchandising of Baby Yoda

Dec 24, 2019
What Child is this? It was very un-Disney to leave the wee green one off store shelves this holiday season. Strategists explain why.
Disney has some basic Baby Yoda merchandise on its online store, like T-shirts and phone cases.
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Economic growth for U.S. cities will depend on mix of industries

Dec 23, 2019
Oxford Economics says San Francisco will see the fastest economic growth over the next two years among U.S. cities, thanks to its strength in the tech sector.
San Francisco is projected to grow at an average of 2.4% over the next two years thanks to its strength in the tech sector.
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