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Houston, a year after Harvey

Houston, a year after Harvey

Aug 22, 2018

A year ago this week, a storm named Harvey left Houston underwater for days. A year on, many neighborhoods are just beginning to rebuild, and residents face a tough decision: take any insurance or FEMA money and rebuild, or cut…

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Investors flock to previously flooded Houston neighborhoods with hopes of big returns

by Andy Uhler Aug 22, 2018
Some homeowners are eager to sell, but officials fear new renters will be put in harm's way.
In the Meyerland neighborhood in southwest Houston, Texas, house debris is still being cleared a year after Hurricane Harvey.
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For small commercial fishermen in Alaska, the business can be boom or bust

by Sean McHenry Aug 22, 2018
Why one fisherman in Alaska won't leave the industry, despite the ups and downs.
Salmon fishermen hauling in salmon on July 1, 2015 in Newtok, Alaska.
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Target aims to stay competitive even after tariffs hit

by Erika Beras Aug 22, 2018
Shares in Target hit an all-time high after the retailer reported second-quarter profits, revenue and sales that beat analysts’ projections — and an unprecedented increase in foot traffic through its stores. Target CEO Brian Cornell is so optimistic that he…
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A year ago this week, a storm named Harvey left Houston underwater for days. A year on, many neighborhoods are just beginning to rebuild, and residents face a tough decision: take any insurance or FEMA money and rebuild, or cut their losses and leave. We’re on the ground there. But first, let’s do the numbers on today’s Federal Reserve meeting minutes, which mentioned trade 21 times, up from seven last month, and expressed unease about inflation. We’ll go inside the talks happening right now with China, the European Union and Japan. Plus, we’ll do the numbers on the longest bull market in history.

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