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"Texas is the Alabama when it comes to recruiting in college football. We get to pick the 5-star recruit companies that are coming to the Lone Star State," Abbott says.
Newburgh Heights, Ohio, has an offer for college graduates with student debt.
Jim Cramer says the economy is showing signs of weakness that should make the Federal Reserve think twice about raising interest rates.
Apple had been pointing to expansion efforts for several months, but the company was determined to keep competition and hype out of it.
U.S. government debt prices rose on Thursday as investors awaited developments in the U.S.-Sino trade dispute.
"I don't think it's worth providing $3 billion and setting a precedent" for other companies to pick the city's pockets, state Sen. Michael Gianaris says.
Alan Blinder, who served at the Fed during Clinton's administration, criticizes President Trump's latest prodding against more interest rate hikes.
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When Democrats take a House majority next month for the first time since 2011, the power shift will give the campaign for a federal minimum wage hike its most credibility in years.
"They have yet to put enough nuts in the tree before winter comes," says former Dallas Fed president Richard Fisher.
Verizon says the media segment is less valuable than previously thought, and has adjusted financial projections as a result.
More parents are borrowing loans for their children's education, and then struggling to repay the debt.
Positions at small businesses across the country are remaining open for months. To attract solid candidates, Main St. is not only offering higher wages but paying for training and education, reveals the latest CNBC/SurveyMonkey Small Business Survey.
"The only thing that really worries me about the economy right now is what the Fed is doing," says the "Trumponomics" co-author.
The $8.5 billion U.S. marijuana industry is generating jobs at a faster rate than tech. By 2020 the industry is expected to create 250,000 new jobs in a host of new job roles — from dispensary manager to budtender.