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Economists doubt tax cuts will transform US growth

Economists doubt tax cuts will transform US growth

Impact of extra debt expected to offset short-term boost to GDP

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Trump Orders Large Cuts to 2 National Monuments in Utah

Trump Orders Large Cuts to 2 National Monuments in Utah

President Donald Trump signed orders Monday that significantly reduce the size of Utah’s Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments, marking the largest ever withdrawal of federally protected lands in the U.S., experts say, and an act likely to face a furious legal challenge.

Published 6 months ago

Republican reforms threaten corporate tax credits

Republican reforms threaten corporate tax credits

Senate plan targets benefits enjoyed by renewables and technology industries

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Is It Time to Regulate Bitcoin?

Is It Time to Regulate Bitcoin?

Bitcoin has been the ideal proving ground for investment’s most powerful advice: caveat emptor, buyer beware. Individuals who lose money trading a cryptocurrency can hardly expect to appeal to governing institutions when things go wrong. But regulators are unlikely to sit on the sidelines much longer.

Published 6 months ago

The CVS-Aetna Gamble: a Health-Care Giant Not Built Around Doctors

The CVS-Aetna Gamble: a Health-Care Giant Not Built Around Doctors

CVS Health and Aetna say their combination will result in better care and convenience and lower costs. But the merged company will lack a strong foundation of the people with the most power to achieve those goals.

Published 6 months ago

Giants Fire Coach Ben McAdoo, GM Jerry Reese

Giants Fire Coach Ben McAdoo, GM Jerry Reese

The New York Giants fired head coach Ben McAdoo and general manager Jerry Reese on Monday.

Published 6 months ago

Top companies face legal action over sexual harassment

Top companies face legal action over sexual harassment

Equality commission warns FTSE chairs of repercussions from systemic failings

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Introducing WSJ’s Secrets of Wealthy Women Podcast

Introducing WSJ’s Secrets of Wealthy Women Podcast

A rotating cast of executives, industry pioneers and business leaders join The Wall Street Journal’s Veronica Dagher to explain how women can empower themselves and establish financial and professional stability.

Published 6 months ago

The Taj Mahal is caught in a tug of war over Indian identity

The Taj Mahal is caught in a tug of war over Indian identity

The battle is symptomatic of the wider issue of the country’s Muslim past — and future

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GOP’s Late Changes to Tax Bill Buoy Key Industries

GOP’s Late Changes to Tax Bill Buoy Key Industries

Republican senators inserted last-minute changes into their tax overhaul bill early Saturday morning, including ones aimed at helping oil and gas companies, cruise-ship operators, auto dealers, universities and mortgage bankers.

Published 6 months ago

How Dollar General Became Rural America’s Store of Choice

How Dollar General Became Rural America’s Store of Choice

While other retailers focus on cities, the thriving discount chain is building thousands of small-town stores aimed at lower-income shoppers. “The economy is continuing to create more of our core customer.”

Published 6 months ago

Republicans Feel Triumph, Fear Tragedy

Republicans Feel Triumph, Fear Tragedy

In the volatile Trump era, it’s no surprise that Republicans’ hour of great accomplishment (on the verge of a big tax cut) also is their hour of great peril (that the tax cut won’t sell just as their president is in legal jeopardy), Gerald F. Seib writes.

Published 6 months ago

Controversies Surrounding Roy Moore Chill Alabama Business Community’s Zeal for Politics

Controversies Surrounding Roy Moore Chill Alabama Business Community’s Zeal for Politics

Alabama’s business community is on the sidelines of the state’s high-stakes Senate special election, with some leaders refusing to back Republican nominee Roy Moore because of concerns that the controversies dogging his candidacy could be bad for the local economy.

Published 6 months ago