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Walter Shaub Jr. of the Office of Government Ethics had asked U.S. agencies to give him copies of the waivers granted to former lobbyists.
The final Ringling Bros. performance in New York drew both tearful fans and committed protesters, NBC News reports.
Now is the time for investors to employ a new strategy to make money, Mark Grant tells CNBC.
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Ford Motors fired CEO Mark Fields and is replacing him with Jim Hackett, who is known for championing innovation, USA Today reports.
To combat the "summer melt," colleges are turning to text messages to help students show up, NBC News reports.
Trump's new arms deal shows he'll "bend over backwards" to make deals with important friends, Vox reports.
RBC Capital predicts the higher-priced iPhone 8 and Apple's services business could drive the company's value to more than $1 trillion.
After a millionaire made news for telling millennials to skip avocado toast, a pricy avocado latte hit the market, USA Today reports.
North Korea has disclosed a series of images of the Earth it says were taken by a camera carried aboard a ballistic missile during the country's latest test. NBCNews reports.
The documents outline what is acceptable and what is inappropriate on the social networking site.
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Labor shortages are weighing on overall economic growth, slowing the pace of expansion in fast-growing U.S. regions, N.Y. Times reports.
International Paper CEO Mark Sutton reflects on his college days at LSU and has some advice for college-bound freshmen.
The story behind the all-staff email starts with an incident from last year.
Iraq could thwart Saudi Arabia's and Iran's wish to extend the oil production cut by a further nine months, says RBC's Helima Croft.
There are a handful of situations that warrant giving a lower salary a second thought.
While the group is expecting substantial earnings growth, it may be showing some under-the-surface weakness.
Investors have cautiously raised their stock holdings, but their conviction is easily shaken – as last Wednesday's shakeout showed.
North Korea says its latest missile test has confirmed the reliability of late-stage guidance to deliver a potential nuclear warhead.