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Teen Vogue Will End Print Edition as Part of Condé Nast Cuts

The fashion-forward magazine will vanish as part of a larger round of cuts across its struggling publisher, Condé Nast.

Equifax Pulls CEO 2017 Bonus, but He’s Made Almost $70 Million Off Stocks Since Last Year

Richard Smith signed an agreement that puts his retirement package in jeopardy one day before retiring.

U.K. Election Result Will Unleash ‘Perfect Storm of Chaos’ Say Business Leaders

The hung parliament could delay Brexit negotiations, as the surprise result hammered the British pound.

Corruption in Nigeria Is ‘Yesterday’s Story,’ Says Minister Ahead of U.S. Summit

Nigeria’s trade minister says the country could be a springboard for U.S. businesses in Africa, predicting good relations under President Trump.

Building Credit and Financial Planning? There's Apps for That

Startups like EarnUp and Self Lender work to help consumers with financial questions and planning while also protecting them by working with regulators.

Sinclair to Purchase Tribune Media for About $3.9 Billion

A merged company could face regulatory challenges which could result in divestitures.

Alibaba’s Jack Ma Is Taking on Silicon Valley—and May Even Find Time to Fix the China-U.S. Trade Deficit

As he turns his eyes abroad, everyone knows—in e-commerce, in the cloud, in automatic payments and in Hollywood—that Ma is coming.

How to Avoid the Most Common Tax Scams

Tax season is rife with fraudsters trying to prey on filers.

Wage Growth, Not More Jobs, Will Be Trump’s Great White Whale

Jobs continued their winning streak in February, but Americans haven’t seen a household income increase in this millennium.

Ivanka Trump Brand Slumped at Nordstrom Weeks Before Election: WSJ Report

Retailer had earned the ire of President Donald Trump for dropping his daughter's brand.

How iRoko’s Founder Built a Nollywood Empire to Rival Netfix

Seven years ago, when Jason Njoku moved back in with his mother into their public housing apartment in Deptford, southeast London, he felt like a failure. He was 28 years old and broke after trying and failing to launch several businesses in Manchester, where he went to university, and later in London. Show More Summary

How Investment Managers Can Avoid Drowning in Data

This article was originally published by International Business Times. ClearMacro CEO Mike Simcock, who has 25 years of professional asset management experience, says he started the company to help investment managers that were drowning...Show More Summary

U.S. Home Resales Hit Nine Year High in October

U.S. home resales rose in October to their highest level in more than 9-1/2 years amid pent-up demand, offering more evidence of a pickup in economic growth early in the fourth quarter. While a recent surge in mortgage rates could hurt...Show More Summary

Can Philip Morris Kick the Cigarette-Selling Habit?

This article originally appeared on The Motley Fool. Don't expect  Philip Morris International to quit smoking cold turkey, but the global tobacco giant says it's moving toward the day when it becomes cigarette-free. For a company that's...Show More Summary

Scrapping NAFTA Would Cost GM and Ford Billions

This article originally appeared on The Motley Fool. Will Donald Trump follow through on his threat to shut down imports from Mexico? It seems pretty clear that he'll try to deliver in some way on one of his most frequently repeatedShow More Summary

Rescheduling Marijuana Could Shut Out Smaller Businesses

This article originally appeared on The Motley Fool. The presidential election wasn't the only major decision voters made on Election Day. Residents in nine states also voted on whether to legalize marijuana, five of which were voting on a recreational-cannabis initiative. Show More Summary

Why Monetization of Transaction Data Is Not Always Worth the Risk

This article was originally published by International Business Times. Big data is big business. Take, for example, the type of data that credit card companies have at their disposal. Access to Visa's database would essentially provide...Show More Summary

AT&T/Time Warner Merger a Sign of New Media Environment's Challenges

The tie-up of AT&T Inc and Time Warner Inc, bringing together one of the country's largest wireless and pay TV providers and cable networks like HBO, CNN and TBS, could kick off a new round of industry consolidation amid massive changes...Show More Summary

Netflix Shares Soar in Worldwide Subscriptions Boom

Netflix added over 50 percent more subscribers than expected in the third quarter as original shows such as Stranger Things drew new international viewers and kept U.S. customers despite a price hike, sending its shares soaring 20 percent...Show More Summary

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