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  • Hurricane Victims Who Need The Most Help Have Hardest Time Getting It By Huffington Post   -   Nov 9, 2018

    HURRICANE VICTIMS WHO NEED THE MOST HELP HAVE HARDEST TIME GETTING IT

    “We need to do a better of job of making sure that the safety net reaches everybody that's been impacted."

    Jobs, Job
  • Duncan Hines Recalls 4 Types Of Cake Mix Amid Salmonella Outbreak Investigation By Huffington Post   -   Nov 6, 2018

    DUNCAN HINES RECALLS 4 TYPES OF CAKE MIX AMID SALMONELLA OUTBREAK INVESTIGATION

    The CDC is investigating whether five salmonella cases are linked to the products.

  • The Pentagon's Plan To Dominate The Economy By Huffington Post   -   Nov 2, 2018

    THE PENTAGON'S PLAN TO DOMINATE THE ECONOMY

    The militarization the American economy is a disaster in the age of Trump.

    Economy
  • How Capitalism Has Screwed Women Over By Huffington Post   -   Oct 31, 2018

    HOW CAPITALISM HAS SCREWED WOMEN OVER

    The system trapped women in the home, and when they entered the workforce, trapped them in unequal relationships.

  • FedEx Ends NRA Discount Program, Citing Low Shipping Volume By Huffington Post   -   Oct 30, 2018

    FEDEX ENDS NRA DISCOUNT PROGRAM, CITING LOW SHIPPING VOLUME

    The company said politics didn't influence the decision and does not link it to the Pittsburgh shooting.

    Volume, Volumes, Company, Companies
  • Trump Scammed Inexperienced Investors Through Endorsement Deals, Lawsuit Claims By Huffington Post   -   Oct 30, 2018

    TRUMP SCAMMED INEXPERIENCED INVESTORS THROUGH ENDORSEMENT DEALS, LAWSUIT CLAIMS

    The Trump-backed investment "opportunities" were instead "a pattern of racketeering activity."

    Investment, Investments, Invest
  • Google Says 48 Employees Were Fired For Sexual Harassment By Huffington Post   -   Oct 26, 2018

    GOOGLE SAYS 48 EMPLOYEES WERE FIRED FOR SEXUAL HARASSMENT

    The tech giant paid a $90 million severance package to the "Father of Android" over misconduct allegations, the New York Times reported.

    Tech, New York
  • Why So Many Poor People May Never Recover From Hurricane Michael By Huffington Post   -   Oct 21, 2018

    WHY SO MANY POOR PEOPLE MAY NEVER RECOVER FROM HURRICANE MICHAEL

    Most Americans don't have enough money in the bank to afford even a minor emergency.

    Banks, Bank
  • StarKist Faces $100 Million Fine For Fixing Tuna Prices By Huffington Post   -   Oct 19, 2018

    STARKIST FACES $100 MILLION FINE FOR FIXING TUNA PRICES

    Prosecutors allege that the industry's top three companies conspired between 2010 and 2013 to keep prices artificially high.

    Companies, Company, Industry, Industries
  • We Keep Getting Richer But Unhappier By Huffington Post   -   Oct 19, 2018

    WE KEEP GETTING RICHER BUT UNHAPPIER

    To break this paradox, economists say we must measure and manage happiness and well-being.

    Management
  • Cities Tell Airbnb To Make Room For Affordable Housing By Huffington Post   -   Oct 19, 2018

    CITIES TELL AIRBNB TO MAKE ROOM FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING

    Critics contend nightly lodgings cut into affordable long-term rentals in cities.

    Housing, House
  • America's Housing Crisis Affects Everyone By Huffington Post   -   Oct 15, 2018

    AMERICA'S HOUSING CRISIS AFFECTS EVERYONE

    In our new project "Betting the House: Affording a Home in America," HuffPost wants to help you tell your housing story.

    Housing, House
  • Jamie Dimon Joins Growing List Of Business Leaders Skipping Saudi Conference By Huffington Post   -   Oct 15, 2018

    JAMIE DIMON JOINS GROWING LIST OF BUSINESS LEADERS SKIPPING SAUDI CONFERENCE

    The Future Investment Initiative conference is scheduled to begin Oct. 23 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

    Investment, Investments, Business, Futures, Invest, Future
  • Sears Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy By Huffington Post   -   Oct 15, 2018

    SEARS FILES FOR CHAPTER 11 BANKRUPTCY

    The century-old retailer once dominated U.S. malls but has withered in the age of internet shopping.

    Internet
  • Jared Kushner Paid Little To No Federal Income Tax For Years, New York Times Reports By Huffington Post   -   Oct 13, 2018

    JARED KUSHNER PAID LITTLE TO NO FEDERAL INCOME TAX FOR YEARS, NEW YORK TIMES REPORTS

    Being in real estate is "fantastic," a lawyer who reviewed the documents said. "You get tax deductions for things you don't pay for."

    Taxes, New York, Real Estate, Tax
  • Jamie Dimon, Steve Mnuchin And Big Bank CEOs Set To Attend Saudi Conference Despite Journalist's Disappearance By Huffington Post   -   Oct 12, 2018

    JAMIE DIMON, STEVE MNUCHIN AND BIG BANK CEOS SET TO ATTEND SAUDI CONFERENCE DESPITE JOURNALIST'S DISAPPEARANCE

    The alleged killing of Jamal Khashoggi can't keep business elites away from "Davos in the Desert."

    Business, Banks, Bank
  • ‘If We Can't Mine Coal, What Are We Going to Do?' By Huffington Post   -   Oct 10, 2018

    ‘IF WE CAN'T MINE COAL, WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO?'

    EDITOR'S NOTE: Among the authors who will make presentations at next week's Southern Festival of Books in Nashville, Tennessee

  • CVS, Aetna Win U.S. Approval For $69 Billion Merger By Huffington Post   -   Oct 10, 2018

    CVS, AETNA WIN U.S. APPROVAL FOR $69 BILLION MERGER

    It is the second large recent healthcare deal to win a thumbs up from the U.S. Justice Department.

    Healthcare
  • One Of America's Oldest Coal Companies Just Filed For Bankruptcy By Huffington Post   -   Oct 10, 2018

    ONE OF AMERICA'S OLDEST COAL COMPANIES JUST FILED FOR BANKRUPTCY

    Westmoreland Coal Co. is the fourth major U.S. coal company to file for bankruptcy in the past three years.

    Company, Companies
  • The Food Industry Has Been Notoriously Hard To Organize. Could These Tactics Bring It New Life? By Huffington Post   -   Oct 10, 2018

    THE FOOD INDUSTRY HAS BEEN NOTORIOUSLY HARD TO ORGANIZE. COULD THESE TACTICS BRING IT NEW LIFE?

    These organizing tactics aren't traditional, but they are helping unions make some headway in the food and drink industry.

    Industries, Industry