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Recently, the Alaska Multiple Listing Service changed its rules to allow homes to be pre-marketed with "coming soon" signs. Here's what that means for buyers and sellers. [Read More]
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Earlier this week we told you about how some in the financial industry expect Warren Buffett to buy a majority stake in Dallas-based Southwest Airlines. Well, the billionaire businessman is back in the news. [Read More]
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Traditional manufactures are falling in line but tech companies have a tough time... [Read More]
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Legal heirship and succession certificates are not the same thing. A look at the finer points... [Read More]
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The company called Puppy Love expects to employ 10 people by later this year while carving out a sliver of the &u0024;2 billion nationwide pet food business. [Read More]
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To hoteliers pushing Annapolis lawmakers last week to tax and regulate home and room rentals, the target was clear: Airbnb, a multi-billion dollar corporation, whose growth they believe has been unfairly helped by its ability to operate outside the law. [Read More]
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The growth of business activity in manufacturing and services in Russia updated multi-year highs in January. The real disposable income of citizens rose for the... [Read More]
Parents with young children are 'substantially' less productive than their colleagues, due to a lack of sleep... [Read More]
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Good school systems can be the drivers of the local economy... [Read More]
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Can the U.S. return to 4% growth -- a number not seen in this country since the early 2000s -- as President Trump has promised? Esteemed economists Stephen Moore and Jeff Sachs have two very different opinions on that matter. They sat down with CNN's Fareed Zakaria to debate the question. The full interview will air on CNN Sunday at 10 am ET. [Read More]
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Read more about Highway projects gain momentum as ministries meet on Business Standard. Nitin Gadkari met Manohar Parrikar to discuss issue of transfer of defence land for highways... [Read More]
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I am attributing the delay in this month's musings to a bad case of spring fever. Some have called our recent weather a historic aberration but, if the forecasters are... [Read More]
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The latest GDP numbers from the World Bank were released earlier this month, and today's visualization from HowMuch.net breaks them down to show the relative share of the global economy for each country. The full circle, known as a Voronoi Diagram, represents the entirety of the $74 trillion global economy in nominal terms. Meanwhile, each country's segment is sized accordingly to their percentage of global GDP output. Continents are also grouped together and sorted by color. Here is the data for the Top 20 Countries in table form: Visual Capitalist Download... [Read More]
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Depending on your perspective, there is much gloating or hand-wringing about President Trump's approval ratings.  He is seen by a majority as more poorly suited for the job than previous presidents.  People trust him less; they see a variety of ethical... [Read More]
Kolkata-based United Bank of India (UBI) has launched a railway ticket booking facilit... [Read More]
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The goal of bringing good manufacturing jobs back to the United States is not just an old school game. It is more powerfully advanced by renewables. [Read More]
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OPINION: Manufacturing jobs have been disappearing from New Zealand for decades due to technological improvements and globalisation. [Read More]
The current farm bill is set to remain in place for two more years, but the debate on what might become the 2018 farm bill already has begun. [Read More]
Does Seattle Mayor Ed Murray take business and Seattle's strong economy for granted? Maybe not. But he shouldn't assume the golden goose is invulnerable to outside shocks or policy blunders from City Hall. [Read More]
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To better complete with ultra low-cost carriers, United and American Airlines this week began selling their new "basic economy" seats, a bare-bones fare with almost no extras included. Not only will the airlines allow no cancellations, upgrades or refunds for basic economy passengers, but the carriers... [Read More]
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