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President Donald Trump is considering an executive order to launch a trade investigation that could lead to supplemental duties in certain products.
A firm upgraded Amazon to buy from hold, also initiating a price target of $1,100 per share.
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The federal prison bureau's problems including sub-par inmate care didn't cut top employees' bonuses, USA Today reports.
Toyota says it's investing $1.3 billion to retool its sprawling Georgetown, Kentucky, factory where its flagship Camry sedans are built.
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Jim Cramer addressed acquisitions by Post Holdings and Cardinal Health that Wall Street seems to have missed.
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