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The FCC is considering a new rule to further curb the U.S. business of Huawei, making it harder for small and rural carriers to purchase gear from Chinese telecom-equipment makers.
Erivan Haub spent more than two decades trying to save the grocery chain with his son, and he left his stamp on America in other ways.
People tend to think of robots as humanoid machines, climbing stairs, assembling cars, or fetching goods from the back of a warehouse. Sometimes, however, they are simply pieces of software, augmenting or replacing human labor.
Americans overwhelmingly think trade is more of an opportunity to boost the economy than it is a threat to it, according to new WSJ/NBC News polling. And that feeling transcends party lines, as Republicans, independents and Democrats agree that foreign trade is an opportunity for economic growth.
Critics of a longstanding practice that sends leftover money from class-action settlements to parties not affiliated with the litigation, known as cy pres, are trying to blow up a 2015 settlement involving Google.
The Senate passed a $1.3 trillion spending bill, acting to avert a government shutdown with less than 24 hours to spare and bringing to a close a messy negotiating process over the sprawling measure.
They funnel millions in settlement money to select causes—including their own alma maters.
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — President Donald Trump has gotten nowhere in his push to kill federal support for cleaning up some of the nation's most prized waterways, as the U.S. House decided Thursday to keep funding at current levels — and in some cases, boost it.
Three former Takata Corp. employees calling themselves whistleblowers settled a legal battle over $850 million the supplier of exploding air bags owes to car companies shouldering costs for unprecedented safety recalls.
U.S. congressional leaders reached a deal on a spending bill that would fund the government until October, ending a protracted negotiation that left lawmakers little time to pass the legislation before the government’s funding expires at week’s end.
The Supreme Court’s complicated, often unpredictable approach to the death penalty was evident this week when a three-day period produced decisions where different combinations of justices alternately upheld, halted and questioned executions on an array of grounds.
Obsessive train lovers spend millions to restore vintage railcars, then hook them up to Amtrak trains to travel the country.
One item tucked inside the package is a gun-control measure championed by Sen. John Cornyn. But another measure, by Sens. Joe Manchin and Pat Toomey is not expected to be folded in. Here's why:
Today in Real Time Economics, the Federal Reserve raises rates, the U.S. softens on trade with allies but sharpens with China, U.S. farmers and manufacturers brace for higher tariffs, and retirement hot spots boom thanks to baby boomers.
Health-care companies are tapping executives from drugmakers as they seek out finance and other critical skills found outside their core business to help navigate a recent wave of consolidation.
Congress paved the way for a resumption of public-health research into gun violence by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one of several measures in a broad spending bill to address the Parkland, Fla., shooting.
Asia Kate Dillon, who plays a financial savant on “Billions,” talks about power dynamics on the Showtime TV series, reactions from real-life Wall Street workers and how gender comes up during casting and auditions.