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Maasai warriors fight to protect their ‘brand’

Maasai warriors fight to protect their ‘brand’

Royalties could be worth hundreds of millions of dollars, says advocacy group

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Price war bites as world’s largest exchange traded fund turns 25

Price war bites as world’s largest exchange traded fund turns 25

State Street’s flagship SPY loses ground to BlackRock and Vanguard

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Much of the Federal Government Wouldn’t Shut Down in a Government Shutdown

Much of the Federal Government Wouldn’t Shut Down in a Government Shutdown

Much of the federal government’s work will continue, according to contingency plans made more transparent in response to an increasingly familiar show of brinkmanship.

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The Tax Break That Doctors and Plumbers Both Will Miss

The Tax Break That Doctors and Plumbers Both Will Miss

Restrictions in the new federal tax law prevent certain small business owners from claiming a tax break for what is considered labor income.

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Delta to Require Advance Documentation for Service, Support Animals to Fly

Delta to Require Advance Documentation for Service, Support Animals to Fly

Delta Air Lines said that emotional-support and service animals will now need advanced documentation to travel, saying that incidents such as biting and urination have risen 84% since 2016.

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Lawsuits Mount Against LuLaRoe, Maker of Colorful Women’s Leggings

Lawsuits Mount Against LuLaRoe, Maker of Colorful Women’s Leggings

LuLaRoe, a direct-sales company famous for its brightly patterned womenswear, is facing lawsuits accusing it of being a pyramid scheme, with its founders and top sellers raking in profits at the expense of nonsalaried retailers.

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Why the alt-right is winning America’s meme war

Why the alt-right is winning America’s meme war

‘The memes are so potent because they are designed to be subversive and to bait their opponents into a reaction’

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Showdown Looms as Senate Democrats Prepare to Reject Spending Bill

Showdown Looms as Senate Democrats Prepare to Reject Spending Bill

A long-running fight over spending and immigration was headed for a showdown Friday, as Senate Democrats prepared to reject a short-term spending bill just hours before the government’s funding expires at midnight.

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An Unwelcome Tax Surprise Could Soon Lurk in Your Paycheck

An Unwelcome Tax Surprise Could Soon Lurk in Your Paycheck

In the next few weeks, don’t fail to go over your paycheck withholding. You could avoid a bad surprise.

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US careers towards shutdown as Democrats oppose stopgap bill

US careers towards shutdown as Democrats oppose stopgap bill

Republicans in disarray after Trump complicates efforts to reach deal on funding

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Trump’s Approval Rating Slides, But President Gets Credit for Economy, Stocks

Trump’s Approval Rating Slides, But President Gets Credit for Economy, Stocks

A Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll found 39% of those surveyed approved of Mr. Trump’s performance in office, down from 44% in February 2017.

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Apple’s Big Cash Winners: Shareholders

Apple’s Big Cash Winners: Shareholders

Apple announced a $38 billion tax windfall for the U.S. government this week, but the biggest beneficiary of the company’s response to tax-system changes will likely be its shareholders, analysts say.

Published 4 months ago

Tax Law Erodes Historic Building Credit, Threatening Some Projects

Tax Law Erodes Historic Building Credit, Threatening Some Projects

The new tax law has eroded the value of an incentive that developers have long used to help finance renovations of historic buildings around the country, raising worries about the prospects for future projects.

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Trump Takes To Twitter Like Clockwork

Trump Takes To Twitter Like Clockwork

An hourly look at the president’s tweets—nearly 2,300 of them during his first year in office—shows an early-morning appetite for taking on opponents. Later in the day, the focus shifts to his agenda.

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