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A deadline for Doha to accept a series of political demands by four Arab states was expected to expire later in the day with no sign of a resolution.
Qatar faces possible further sanctions by Arab states that have severed ties with Doha over allegations of links to terrorism.
Y Combinator thinks it has found a very new type of biotech start-up.
It's the biggest such attack in the Syrian capital since a series of suicide attacks in March.
White House staff salary data was released on Friday.
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Experts weight on the short-term challenges and uncertainties around the multiple tax brackets in India's GST rollout.
The new labels will hit Target stores later this fall, the retailer said.
Top dealmaker: Deal making ahead looks even tougher in the 2nd half
Every July 1, Bobby Bonilla gets paid $1.19 million by the New York Mets even though he hasn't played for them since 1999.
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It's about to become even more expensive to finance your education. Here's why.
From Rhode Island to Montana, see how far $2 million goes across the country.
Fidelity Charitable, a donor-advised fund, reports that people gave a record $796 million of noncash assets to charities in 2016.
Yelp continues on its relentless pursuit to make Google less monopolistic.
Here are ten jobs from the Penny Hoarder that pay well even if you cut your time in college in half.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has long-embraced bank stocks, building them to 30 percent of its portfolio.
Chinese President Xi Jinping swore in Hong Kong's new leader on Saturday with a stark warning that Beijing won't tolerate any challenge to its authority.
Delivery of your favorite sparkling water may now cost you more.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte begins his second year in office on Saturday as a hugely popular leader, after taking Filipino’s on a promised “rough ride” during his first 12 months in power.