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The CEO of the Vitol Group says cheap oil will be around for a while.
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Bentley is getting in on the electric-car game. It will be offering a fully electric car in its future fleet.
Paying for college or graduate school is a tremendous financial burden. Refinancing can help ease some of that stress.
Government policies shouldn't shy away from investments in technological innovation, new equipment, labor skills, and infrastructure in order to increase productivity.
If you're thinking about buying a car new, there are some compelling reasons to avoid such a purchase.
Fixing the current political system will take effort and perseverance this election cycle.
Volkswagen will offer compensation packages for the 600,000 US diesel car owners affected by the automaker's cheating on diesel emissions tests.
Better crop storage bags are beginning to be introduced where they are needed most, especially in sub-Saharan Africa.
Mexico has the world's highest rate of adults diagnosed as overweight or obese. But a tax on soda that was passed in 2014 may help curb this issue.
Takata airbags have been linked to 10 deaths worldwide and prompted recalls of about 24 million vehicles in the United States.
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