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Depending on auto sales, Trump's plan to bring back industry jobs and auto plants could be thwarted, NBC reports.
Bud brewer AB InBev says it's seeing signs of a turnaround in recession-racked Brazil, its second-largest market, where sales have slumped.
The prices of brand-name drugs with no competitors outweigh the savings and are driving up overall spending, NBC News reports.
The House approved the repeal and replace legislation on Thursday.
A new study found kids who endured racism were generally less healthy, USA Today reports.
Pelosi contended Republicans are rushing because they are "terrified" to see the bill's potential effects.
The GOP sellouts who are now likely to pass an Obamacare replacement are so afraid that they've put us all in a bad position, says Jake Novak.
The House is scheduled to vote on the American Health Care Act on Thursday. It would repeal and replace key parts of Obamacare.
Bitcoin jumps to a fresh all-time high on continued speculation in the digital currency, while gold prices extend losses.
The tech executive said policy restrictions will make it more difficult for companies in the U.S. to remain competitive.
A bill on overtime pay will call into question workers' values: extra time for personal matters versus money, NBC News reports.
Shipt, an online grocery delivery start-up, is "neck and neck" with AmazonFresh and announcing expanded ties with Costco.
Equities closed mostly flat on Thursday as energy stocks put a lid on the broader market.
Nearly 160 million Americans receive insurance coverage through their work today, The Wall Street Journal wrote.
CNBC reviews the BlackBerry KeyOne, a new Android smartphone with a throwback QWERTY keyboard.
There’s little evidence the toys boost attention or relieve stress, Vox reports.
The U.S. trade deficit improved slightly in March amid broad declines in both imports and exports, government data showed on Thursday.
All it took was adding a few billion dollars to the bill, to provide cover to moderate lawmakers who had been reluctant to support it. Vox reports.
U.S. worker productivity unexpectedly fell in the first quarter, leading to a jump in labor-related costs.
School educators and advocacy organizations are telling lawmakers Republicans' efforts would force states to "ration health care for children."
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