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Your Kids Could Lower Your Tax Bill Like Never Before

Your Kids Could Lower Your Tax Bill Like Never Before

An expanded child credit will reduce taxes for many parents, but some families will end up getting squeezed.

Published 3 months ago

Searching for the Next Gucci

Searching for the Next Gucci

Investors have high hopes for a turnaround at ailing Prada and Burberry, but may be better off sticking to brands who already have success in the bag.

Published 3 months ago

Lira rallies after Turkey’s latest move to shore up currency

Lira rallies after Turkey’s latest move to shore up currency

Turkish president says that currency woes will be temporary, blaming US “operation”

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Three traps that could ensnare a rampant Wall Street

Three traps that could ensnare a rampant Wall Street

Divergence between the US and China and Europe should worry even equity bulls

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U.S.-Canada Trade Talks Take On ‘Intense Rhythm’

U.S.-Canada Trade Talks Take On ‘Intense Rhythm’

Marathon trade talks between the U.S. and Canada moved into what Canada’s chief negotiator called “an intense rhythm,” as the two sides rushed to try to strike a deal by the Friday deadline set by the Trump administration.

Published 3 months ago

At Wells Fargo, Discontent Simmers Among Female Executives

At Wells Fargo, Discontent Simmers Among Female Executives

Wells Fargo is investigating allegations of gender bias at its wealth-management division, and a group of female executives have organized to improve the lot of women there.

Published 3 months ago

Coke to Buy U.K. Starbucks Rival Costa for $5.1 Billion

Coke to Buy U.K. Starbucks Rival Costa for $5.1 Billion

Coca-Cola said it would buy British coffee-shop chain Costa for $5.1 billion, diversifying further from its soft-drink roots and marking the latest bet by a major consumer goods company on coffee.

Published 3 months ago

Your Kids Could Lower Your Tax Bill Like Never Before

Your Kids Could Lower Your Tax Bill Like Never Before

An expanded child credit will reduce taxes for many parents, but some families will end up getting squeezed.

Published 3 months ago

SEC Chairman Wants to Let More Main Street Investors In on Private Deals

SEC Chairman Wants to Let More Main Street Investors In on Private Deals

The Securities and Exchange Commission wants to make it easier for individuals to invest in private companies, including some of the world’s hottest investments, which have been out of reach for many people, the agency’s chairman said in an interview.

Published 3 months ago

Coming Soon to Facebook: Lots of Extreme Political Ads

Coming Soon to Facebook: Lots of Extreme Political Ads

Campaign strategists are gearing up to flood Facebook with inflammatory and polarizing ads heading into the midterm elections, saying its advertising platform rewards extreme messaging more than other venues.

Published 3 months ago

U.S.-Canada Trade Talks Take On ‘Intense Rhythm’

U.S.-Canada Trade Talks Take On ‘Intense Rhythm’

Marathon trade talks between the U.S. and Canada moved into what Canada’s chief negotiator called “an intense rhythm,” as the two sides rushed to try to strike a deal by the Friday deadline set by the Trump administration.

Published 3 months ago

Military Believes Trump’s Afghan War Plan Is Working, but Spy Agencies Are Pessimistic

Military Believes Trump’s Afghan War Plan Is Working, but Spy Agencies Are Pessimistic

American military and intelligence officials are at odds over the direction of the war in Afghanistan, creating a new source of friction as the president and his national security team seek a way to end the 17-year-old conflict.

Published 3 months ago

Atlanta’s Growing Pains Are Getting Worse

Atlanta’s Growing Pains Are Getting Worse

The gentrification debate in Atlanta has been focused to a large extent on the BeltLine, Atlanta’s trail project that follows rail corridors in a 22-mile loop around the city.

Published 3 months ago

Trump Says He’ll Eliminate Pay Raises for Civilian Federal Employees Next Year

Trump Says He’ll Eliminate Pay Raises for Civilian Federal Employees Next Year

President Trump said he would freeze the pay of more than two million civilian federal workers next year, citing the growth of federal spending. Democrats denounced the move in a time of tax cuts and vigorous economic growth.

Published 3 months ago