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President Donald Trump and Congress are once again on the verge of a partial federal government shutdown. If they fail to reach an agreement, it would be the third shutdown in two years. The immediate...

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‘Tis the season to eat chocolate. And for the chocolate industry, there’s nothing sweeter, since this is the time of year when it enjoys a spike in sales and, at least for some, rising profits. Globally,...

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Corporate America is notorious for letting disgraced CEOs walk away with millions. Yet somehow Les Moonves, who was fired from CBS “for cause” on Dec. 17 after a monthslong investigation into his...

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Stocks have been falling for more than two months, with investors all but begging the Federal Reserve to stop lifting short-term interest rates. Higher rates hurt stocks by making other, less risky investments...

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Corporate America is notorious for letting disgraced CEOs walk away with millions. Yet somehow Les Moonves, who was fired from CBS “for cause” on Dec. 17 after a monthslong investigation into his...

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Corporate America is notorious for letting disgraced CEOs walk away with millions. Yet somehow Les Moonves, who was fired from CBS “for cause” on Dec. 17 after a monthslong investigation into his...

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It’s that time of year when cookies, cakes, candy and treats show up at work, home and every place in between. As researchers who have investigated obesity, people’s body image, and fast food and...

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John Kelly’s resignation as White House chief of staff makes him the latest in a long line of senior officials to leave the Trump administration. That brings turnover of senior staff at the White House...

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The populist protests roiling France remind me of a similar anti-tax revolt that occurred in Paris nearly 65 years ago. In January 1955, tens of thousands of French men and women gathered at the Porte...

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The U.S. economy is growing at the fastest pace in five years, American companies are earning record profits and unemployment is at the lowest level in almost half a century. So why are Wall Street and...