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The fashion-forward magazine will vanish as part of a larger round of cuts across its struggling publisher, Condé Nast.
Richard Smith signed an agreement that puts his retirement package in jeopardy one day before retiring.
The hung parliament could delay Brexit negotiations, as the surprise result hammered the British pound.
Nigeria’s trade minister says the country could be a springboard for U.S. businesses in Africa, predicting good relations under President Trump.
Startups like EarnUp and Self Lender work to help consumers with financial questions and planning while also protecting them by working with regulators.
A merged company could face regulatory challenges which could result in divestitures.
As he turns his eyes abroad, everyone knows—in e-commerce, in the cloud, in automatic payments and in Hollywood—that Ma is coming.
Tax season is rife with fraudsters trying to prey on filers.
Stock market milestones are largely manufactured hype.
Jobs continued their winning streak in February, but Americans haven’t seen a household income increase in this millennium.
Retailer had earned the ire of President Donald Trump for dropping his daughter's brand.
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