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Deere Sees Some Stability on Farms in Bruising Trade Fight

Misguided Virus Fears Hitting Asian American Businesses

By Kilian Melloy |
Deere & Co. had a surprisingly strong first quarter after an extended period in which the tractor and construction equipment maker was bruised by the ongoing trade war between the ...

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Millennial Money: Make Your Brand Loyalty Pay Off

Millennial Money: Make Your Brand Loyalty Pay Off

By Courtney Jespersen | Feb 24
Rewards, or loyalty, programs favor repeat customers. The more you spend or the more points you rack up, the greater your payoff.

Liz Weston: Beware of These Overhyped Financial Strategies

Liz Weston: Beware of These Overhyped Financial Strategies

By Liz Weston | Feb 24
Before you buy any of the following, you'd be smart to investigate lower-cost alternatives and to consult an objective, knowledgeable third party, such as a fee-only financial planner.

Breast Cancer Survivors Create Own Products to Help Others

Breast Cancer Survivors Create Own Products to Help Others

By Anne D'Innocenzio | Feb 24
Women fighting breast cancer are increasingly seeing more options for bras as well as clean beauty treatments and other products that help them look and feel better.

Survey: Business Economists Endorse Federal Reserve Policies

Survey: Business Economists Endorse Federal Reserve Policies

By Christopher Rugaber | Feb 24
Nearly two-thirds of U.S. business economists say the Federal Reserve's interest rate policy is "about right," a sharp contrast to President Donald Trump's attacks on the Fed for not cutting rates more aggressively.

Scientists Gather to Study Risk from Microplastic Pollution

Scientists Gather to Study Risk from Microplastic Pollution

By Gillian Flaccus | Feb 24
Tiny bits of broken-down plastic smaller than a fraction of a grain of rice are turning up everywhere in oceans, from the water to the guts of fish and the poop of sea otters and giant killer whales.

View of A Longtime Economist: Slower Growth, but No Recession

View of A Longtime Economist: Slower Growth, but No Recession

By Martin Crutsinger | Feb 23
Economic growth has been slowing. And some economists say the expansion may be vulnerable to risks ranging from the U.S.-China trade war to China's deadly viral outbreak.

Kansas Business Groups Mobilize to Stop Local Plastics Bans

Kansas Business Groups Mobilize to Stop Local Plastics Bans

By John Hanna | Feb 23
Kansas business groups have mobilized to snuff out a budding movement among a few cities to ban single-use plastic bags and straws, frustrating environmentalists.

Can't Find an Affordable FHA-Approved Home? You Have Options

Can't Find an Affordable FHA-Approved Home? You Have Options

By Kate Wood, Nerdwallet | Feb 23
FHA loans are especially popular with first-time home buyers. But with scores of buyers searching for affordable entry-level housing, finding a place to call home can be a struggle.

Deere Sees Some Stability on Farms in Bruising Trade Fight

Deere Sees Some Stability on Farms in Bruising Trade Fight

By Michelle Chapman | Feb 23
Deere & Co. had a surprisingly strong first quarter after an extended period in which the tractor and construction equipment maker was bruised by the ongoing trade war between the United States and China.

Wells Fargo to Pay $3B to Resolve Probes into Fake Accounts

Wells Fargo to Pay $3B to Resolve Probes into Fake Accounts

By Ken Sweet and Stephanie Dazio | Feb 22
Wells Fargo agreed Friday to pay $3 billion to settle criminal and civil investigations into a long-running practice whereby company employees opened millions of unauthorized bank accounts.

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