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Carlos Slim had dinner on Saturday at Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida and had a positive outlook about U.S.-Mexico relations.
7-Eleven shared that seventy-seven customers have now received items ordered from 7-Eleven delivered via drone, Recode reports.
The FBI later told Congress that the newly discovered emails did not make it change its conclusion that Clinton should not be prosecuted.
The CEO of Volkswagen Group of America said it's another "important step forward in our efforts to make things right for our customers."
Four more officials were charged Tuesday in connection with the Flint water crisis, NBC News reports.
Dalio describes a major ideological shift in Washington, one where Trump's administration admires tough "can-do" businessmen.
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Online job-search emporium CareerCast.com compiled a list of the most overrated jobs in America, from hours worked to related stress.
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Jim Cramer revealed which retailer has been surviving the force of Amazon.
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