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A U.S.-China trade deal allays Farm Belt worries, but coronavirus and swine flu in China are also affecting exports for farmers like Andy Stickel.
Technology can make us feel busier than ever. But in theory it can liberate. Labor-union leaders and others envision the rise of shorter workweeks.
Once having the third-lowest power costs in the U.S., West Virginia now ranks 21st. The new economics challenge a coal-rooted state identity.
The price of rental properties has risen by 150% between 2010 and 2020, and it may continue to rise, according to a new Harvard study. The nation's lowest-income renters are feeling the brunt of the housing crisis.
Indian Muslim brides and grooms stand in line to register themselves during a mass marriage ceremony for more than 80 couples of various religions in Kolkata, India, Feb. 14.
In the small river towns of Pennsylvania steel country, antidotes to economic downturn include intangibles like charm, faith, and spirit.
A trade war between the world’s largest and second largest economies has been a drag on global growth. President Trump may have reached the limit of what tariffs can achieve in forcing change on China.
The long economic recovery and a worker shortage are finally beginning to pay off for earners at the bottom of the income ladder.
Slowing growth and trade tensions were seen a few months ago as major threats to the global economy. The outlook has shifted notably.
Boeing said earlier it was suspending production of the 737 Max. It has come under fierce criticism on Capitol Hill over the rollout of the jetliner.
In the face of potential U.S. tariffs, French President Emmanuel Macron holds firm on a tax for tech companies like Google and Amazon.
Google says it will team up with Citigroup and a small California credit union to offer checking accounts. A flurry of such moves is underway.
With the U.S. economy expanding for an 11th year, most of Jerome Powell's predecessors would have focused on the threat of inflation. Why isn't he?
Dunkin’ takes its Beyond Sausage Sandwich national this week, and other chains are also seeing surprising mainstream appeal for plant-based ‘meats.’
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