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The pet services field is attracting more business people as demand for groomers and boarders grows, N.Y. Times reports.
Pelosi contended Republicans are rushing because they are "terrified" to see the bill's potential effects.
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McLaren Formula 1 is making 3-D printed auto parts. Now Ford and others are looking at how the technology can be used in manufacturing.
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L Brands, the owner of Victoria's Secret and Bath & Body Works, says April comp sales fell 5 percent amid retail's latest woes.
Depending on the variety, avocado prices are up as much as 55% this year, USA Today reports.
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You can now earn Starbucks Rewards stars for buying your K-cups and ready-to-drink coffees at the supermarket.
Alzheimer’s has lagged other health issues when it comes to advocacy. That’s changing, as Alzheimer’s groups push the funding fight.
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The FBI is investigating a casino project managed by Chinese construction firms for labor issues, N.Y. Times reports.
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In a narrow vote, lawmakers undid Obama-era Labor Department rules that made it easier to create state-run plans for private-sector workers.
Trump's first foreign trip since entering office will take him to Israel, the Vatican and Saudi Arabia, a senior White House official confirms to NBC News.
The tech executive said policy restrictions will make it more difficult for companies in the U.S. to remain competitive.