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Does Britain want to be in the EU customs union? Confusion over the issue could cause a government collapse, or even scupper a Brexit deal.
The U.S. administration is considering choking off Venezuela's last remaining source of income: crude oil exports.
Main Street is feeling good right now -- maybe a little too good if you ask Wall Street.
The black unemployment rate is no longer at a record low, after jumping nearly a percentage point to 7.7% in January, according to today's jobs report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The biggest increase in average wages in eight years was not spread evenly across the economy. Here's who got the biggest raises.
Cash-strapped states would have to pony up even more money and massive private investment, while eager to participate, comes with its own risks.
The Labor Department will publish the January jobs report at 8:30 a.m. ET on Friday. Here are five things to know.
Many factors will determine whether you'll see a bump in your take-home pay as a result of the federal tax cuts. Here are a few examples.
Counties, cities and states have given up at least $1 billion in tax revenue to attract the massive warehouses where Amazon sorts and ships goods to customers. But a new study finds they may not be getting much of a job boost in return.
India unveils plans to give 100 million poor families hospital treatment worth nearly $8,000 a year.
Amazon is partnering with Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan to create a company that will take on soaring health care costs.
India is raising the cost of importing smartphones by hiking tariffs. Apple and Google will be hardest hit.
In the four months since Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico, 15-year-old Salvador Gomez Colon has delivered more than 3,000 solar lamps to Puerto Rican families living without power.
The Congressional Budget Office moved up its estimate of when lawmakers must raise the U.S. legal borrowing limit to avert a default on the country's debt. The new tax law is a primary factor.
The former Fed chairman sounds an alarm about both stocks and bonds.
More low-income people now live in suburbs than in cities or rural areas, putting a strain on local health services. Suburbs, which traditionally have had fewer resources or infrastructure, are scrambling to catch up.
Investment in the British car industry fell 34% last year, according to the Society of Motor Manufactures and Traders.
Prime Minister Theresa May is going to China, and she's bringing the British business community with her.
President Trump talked about taking steps to "get the Motor City revving its engines again." Those engines have been revving for years.
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