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China strikes back by going after America's energy companies

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The United States has an abundance of natural gas that pollution-riddled China badly needs to wean itself off coal.

Walmart is where the trade war comes home

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Two weeks ago, Walmart asked the Trump administration to walk back its plan to put tariffs on Christmas lights, shampoo, dog food, luggage, mattresses, handbags, backpacks, vacuum...

Don't cut your credit cards yet -- or sell MasterCard, Visa and AmEx

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The demise of the credit card is greatly exaggerated.Yes, companies like Square and PayPal, which owns Venmo, are red hot -- especially with...

Amazon is now the third-biggest ad platform in the United States

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Amazon already dominates a multitude of businesses. Online advertising may be next.Amazon is expected to move ahead of Microsoft and Oath, the Verizon...

Companies where tomorrow's graduates want to work

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Recent graduates still covet jobs on Wall Street or at prestigious consulting firms. But high-profile tech companies are also on their short lists of potential employers.

Alibaba is getting into the chipmaking business

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Alibaba is setting up its own company to make computer chips as China seeks to cut its dependence on foreign technology.

Trade war fears and other news to know before the Opening Bell

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Global markets appear largely unfazed by the latest escalation in the trade war between the United States and China.

Investors are starting to worry about the economy

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Wall Street doesn't seem to care about the escalating trade war between the United States and China.

FedEx CEO lashes out against tariffs and trade war

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The CEO of FedEx is not happy about President Trump's latest tariffs against China and the escalating global trade war. Not one bit.Chief executive...

Visa and MasterCard agree to settle swipe fee class action for $6.2 billion

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Visa and MasterCard, along with some top US banks, have agreed to pay as much as $6.2 billion in a class action settlement with US retailers over swipe fees.

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