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1. Goldman Sachs slants research to help Democrats, top White House adviser saysВт., 02 окт.[−]
Kevin Hassett, President Donald Trump's top economic adviser, suggested Goldman Sachs may be slanting its economic research to help Democrats ahead of the midterm elections.

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2. Land O'Lakes CEO Beth Ford, from the cornfield to the C-suiteПн., 01 окт.[−]
Land O'Lakes CEO Beth Ford charts her career path, from her first job to becoming the first openly gay CEO at a Fortune 500 company in an interview with CNN's Boss Files.

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3. The next big test for Elon Musk arrives this weekВс., 30 сент.[−]
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4. The next big test for Elon Musk arrives this weekВс., 30 сент.[−]
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5. CEOs are cashing in on the market boomСр., 26 сент.[−]
Corporate insiders at US companies have dumped $5.7 billion of stock this month, the highest in any September in the past decade, according to TrimTabs.

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6. General Electric is in a sharp declineСр., 26 сент.[−]
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7. Why investors aren't freaking out about inflationВт., 25 сент.[−]
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8. Corporate America, not banks, could cause the next recessionВс., 23 сент.[−]
US companies have piled on a record-setting $6.3 trillion of debt.

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9. Blind Brexit? Businesses fear even more uncertaintyПт., 21 сент.[−]
The United Kingdom could leave the European Union with very little idea of what its trading relationship will be at the end of a transition period in 2020. That's a new nightmare for business.

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10. Dow sets first record high since JanuaryЧт., 20 сент.[−]
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11. China strikes back by going after America's energy companiesСр., 19 сент.[−]
Liquified natural gas is a fast-growing industry, and China's retaliatory tariffs will hurt.

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12. Executives on the front line worry about where the trade war goes nextСр., 19 сент.[−]
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13. China says it will never use its currency as a weapon in the trade warСр., 19 сент.[−]
Premier Li Keqiang said China "will never go down the path of stimulating exports by devaluing its currency."

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14. Investors are starting to worry about the economyВт., 18 сент.[−]
One in four professional investors are bracing for global growth to slow in the next year, according to a Bank of America Merrill Lynch survey.

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15. What they're saying about the trade war at China's 'Davos'Вт., 18 сент.[−]
As the US government steps up its trade offensive, business leaders in China say that Beijing is ready to dig in for a war of attrition.

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16. Corporate America is spending more on buybacks than anything elseПн., 17 сент.[−]
For the first time in a decade, Corporate America is steering more money into stock buybacks than investing in the future.

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17. These countries are most vulnerable to the emerging market stormВс., 16 сент.[−]
Rising interest rates, along with trade wars, have sparked a stampede out of Turkey, Argentina and other emerging markets.

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18. Lehman Brothers: When the financial crisis spun out of controlПт., 14 сент.[−]
The implosion of Lehman Brothers -- and the mayhem it unleashed -- was the most terrifying moment for business and the US economy since the Great Depression.

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19. Countries with higher wages than the U.S.Сб., 10 дек. 2016[−]
Some Republicans say high wages in the U.S. are hurting America's global competitiveness. See the countries where wages are even higher.

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20. Minimum wage since 1938Сб., 10 дек. 2016[−]
When the federal minimum wage first became law in 1938, it was 25 cents. Adjusted for inflation, that would be worth $4.19 today. Scroll over the chart to see historical minimum wage amounts, and their corresponding values in today's dollars.

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