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Wall Street falls as Trump threatens government shutdown

NEW YORK U.S. stocks closed lower on Wednesday as investors grappled with a threat from President Donald Trump to shut down the government if Congress fails to fund a Mexico border wall. | Video

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True price of an Uber ride in question as investors assess firm's value

SAN FRANCISCO What is the true cost of an Uber ride? | Video

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Cheap oil undercuts U.S. rail, bus service: study

DETROIT Cheap gasoline is squeezing U.S. bus companies and the Amtrak passenger rail system that bet more consumers would embrace alternatives to driving for trips shorter than 400 miles, a study by researchers at DePaul University concluded.

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American Express to pay $96 million over discriminatory card terms

WASHINGTON American Express will end up paying $96 million to credit card customers in Puerto Rico and other U.S. territories for charging higher interest rates and engaging in other discriminatory practices, federal regulators said on Wednesday.

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Toll's average price to fall as millennials buy cheaper homes

Toll Brothers Inc's falling average selling price (ASP) signals a new normal for luxury homebuilders in the United States as they sell more, but lower-priced homes, to thrifty millennials.

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Lowe's misses earnings estimates, forecasts slower margins growth

Lowe's Companies Inc reported lower-than-expected quarterly earnings on Wednesday and warned of slower growth in profit margins as it spends more on marketing and staffing to take advantage of a robust home improvement market. | Video

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Monetizing the Dallas Cowboys brand

Dallas Cowboys Chief Operating Officer Stephen Jones talks about maximizing the value of his team.   Full Article 


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