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Global Executives Cooling on Deals Amid Trade Uncertainty

Global Executives Cooling on Deals Amid Trade Uncertainty

By Pan Pylas | Oct 10
Executives around the world are cooling to the idea of mergers and acquisitions in the face of rising trade tensions, notably between the U.S. and China, a leading adviser on international corporate deals said Monday.

Working Past 65? It's Easier to Do If You Graduated College

Working Past 65? It's Easier to Do If You Graduated College

By Stan Choe and Sarah Skidmore Sell | Oct 10
Close to one in five Americans who's 65 or older is still working, the highest percentage in more than half a century. And the one who's still working may be better off.

Ryan Says 'Big Fight' Coming over Border Wall After Election

Ryan Says 'Big Fight' Coming over Border Wall After Election

By Lisa Mascaro | Oct 9
House Speaker Paul Ryan on Monday promised a "big fight" over border wall funding after midterm elections as part of a commitment he made to President Donald Trump.

Bulgaria Probes EU Funds Misuse After Slaying of Journalist

Bulgaria Probes EU Funds Misuse After Slaying of Journalist

Oct 9
Bulgarian prosecutors have opened an investigation into the suspected misuse of European Union funds, following the brutal slaying of a television reporter who highlighted possible government corruption.

Ick Factor: NYC So Far Turns Up Nose at Food-Scrap Recycling

Ick Factor: NYC So Far Turns Up Nose at Food-Scrap Recycling

By Stephen P. Groves | Oct 8
New Yorkers are so far turning up their noses at the city's ambitious organics collection program, which has stalled because not enough people are participating in the often-smelly chore of separating out all those table scraps.

Ask Brianna: When A Student Debt Becomes a Lot of Trouble

Ask Brianna: When A Student Debt Becomes a Lot of Trouble

By Brianna McGurran | Oct 7
Borrowers with very high balances, for the most part, are not the ones to worry about.

 Home Affordability Watch: The 10 Fastest-Growing Metro Areas

Home Affordability Watch: The 10 Fastest-Growing Metro Areas

By Holden Lewis | Oct 6
Raise your hand if you know someone who recently moved to Atlanta, Dallas-Fort Worth or Houston. A lot of hands went up, because those are the three fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the U.S.

'Alt-right' Group Regains IRS Tax-Exempt Status

'Alt-right' Group Regains IRS Tax-Exempt Status

By Michael Kunzelman | Oct 6
The Internal Revenue Service has reinstated the tax-exempt status of a nonprofit operated by white nationalist Richard Spencer, who has been banned from using mainstream online platforms to raise money.

Brexit Deal Getting Closer, European Commission Chief Says

Brexit Deal Getting Closer, European Commission Chief Says

Oct 6
The chances of Britain and the European Union striking a Brexit deal on their divorce are rising, one of the bloc's leaders said, amid reports the two sides are moving closer on the fraught issue of the Irish border.

Liz Weston: How Not to Inherit Mom's Timeshare

Liz Weston: How Not to Inherit Mom's Timeshare

By Liz Weston | Oct 5
Timeshare experts say it's usually not necessary to create a trust, with its attendant hassles and expense, to avoid inheriting a parent's vacation ownership. Families have a variety of options to assure nobody's getting an obligation they don't want.

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