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Amazon's second headquarters: The pros and cons of the finalists
SAN FRANCISCO - The East Coast bested the West Coast in Amazon's second-headquarters sweepstakes. The online retailing giant announced the finalists for its so-called HQ2 Thursday, a surprisingly long list of 20 cities and states culled from an ...
Amazon releases list of metro areas being considered for its second HQ  Washington Post
Here's how cities are reacting to being finalists for Amazon HQ2  CNBC
Apple, Capitalizing on New Tax Law, Plans to Bring Billions in Cash Back to US
SAN FRANCISCO - Apple, which had long deferred paying taxes on its foreign earnings and had become synonymous with hoarding money overseas, unveiled plans on Wednesday that would bring back the vast majority of the $252 billion in cash that it held ...
Apple plans new US campus, to pay $38 billion in foreign cash taxes  Reuters
Tim Cook Panders to Trump, Claims the GOP Tax Bill Is Responsible for “Large ...  Slate Magazine
GE shares drop to 6-year low below $17
GE hit $16.96, a six-year low. It traded down 1.8 percent at $17.04 as of noon ET. For the week, GE shares are down 9 percent. The latest sell-off began when the company announced disappointing results Tuesday after a review of its GE Capital insurance ...
GE Breakup Would Be True Radical Reset  Bloomberg
General Electric: Financial Engineering And The Sign Of The Times  Seeking Alpha
Mulvaney's first funding request for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ...
In his first quarterly funding request as acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Mick Mulvaney is asking for nothing.
Trump's consumer protection bureau has an odd budget request: Zero  CNBC
Top consumer complaints of 2017…and how to get yours resolved in 2018!  Atlanta Journal Constitution
Emirates hands A380 superjumbo a lifeline with $16 billion order
NANTES, France (Reuters) - Emirates announced a deal for up to 36 Airbus A380 aircraft on Thursday worth as much as $16 billion at list prices, saving the world's biggest passenger jet from death row and securing its future for at least another decade ...
The Airbus A380's Captive Customer  Bloomberg
Emirates Offers A380 a Lifeline, Signing $16 Billion Deal With Airbus  New York Times
Pharma Has Another Reason To Look Out -- Healthcare Systems Now Plan To Make ...
There's Apple, Google, and Amazon looking at the healthcare marketplace and it's making pharma a bit fearful. And beyond this industry, new distribution channels may also disrupt the pharmacy benefit management (PBM) business.
These Hospitals Are Sick of High Drug Prices. So They're Starting Their ...  Fortune
Hospital groups and the VA are trying to upend the generic drug business  Business Insider
Facebook names American Express CEO Kenneth Chenault, first African-American ...
SAN FRANCISCO - Facebook has named one of the nation's most prominent black corporate leaders, American Express' Kenneth Chenault, to its board of directors.
Facebook adds first black board member: American Express' Kenneth Chenault  CNNMoney
Facebook's first non-white board member is American Express CEO Kenneth ...  The Verge
Wells Fargo billing glitch infuriates customers
The bank apologized on Thursday for its latest embarrassment and said the "error" was fixed overnight. Wells Fargo promised to refund any related fees or charges.
Wells Fargo just paid my bills twice, people say. They're on hold for ...  Charlotte Observer
Wells Fargo fixes double-billing error, apologizes to customers
Solar panels: A fight with China that Trump may want to avoid
President Trump has a chance to hurt China on trade this month -- but he could end up hurting U.S. jobs, too. Trump is set to decide before the end of January whether to slap punishing tariffs on foreign imports of solar panels, most of which come from ...
Why A Solar Tariff In The US Could Benefit Other Countries  Forbes
Trump's “America First” Policy Could Cripple the US Solar Industry  New Republic
US weekly jobless claims total 220000, vs 250000 expected
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week to the lowest level in 45 years. The decline was likely overstated the health of the labor market as data for several states were estimated.
US Jobless Claims Plunge to Lowest Weekly Tally Since 1973  Bloomberg
US Jobless Claims Fell Last Week to Near 45-Year Low  Wall Street Journal