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Cash still rules in the digital age. Digital payment systems have proliferated in recent years. But the amount of American currency in circulation around the world has grown 87% over the past 10 years, according to the San Francisco Federal

The top three leaders at the Federal Reserve have either left or will leave their posts soon. New York Fed President William Dudley — one of the most watched policymakers on Wall Street — said Monday he will step down

The company that makes Sharpie pens, Rubbermaid, Elmer’s glue and Yankee Candles is in deep trouble. Newell Brands(NWL) is taking it from all sides. The company said Thursday that poor back to school sales, Toys ‘R’ Us’ bankruptcy and consumers’

Before the details of the GOP’s tax plan emerged, talk was rampant that the White House and Congressional leaders had wimped out. Supporters of a sweeping overhaul feared that the blueprint would lower the excessive U.S. corporate tax rate in

It’s getting easier to do business in India. But there’s still a long way to go. The country leaped 30 spots to 100 in the World Bank’s latest global ranking published Tuesday. That’s welcome news for Prime Minister Narendra Modi,

Whether you like it or not, Buffalo Wild Wings is winning with boneless chicken wings. The chain’s popular Tuesday “buy one, get one free” deal on traditional bone-in wings has been a big draw for Buffalo Wild Wings’ customers, but

Yes, cryptocurrencies are in a major bubble. But don’t let that word scare you away. Crypto opportunities are NEVER going away, and generational wealth WILL be made. I’m telling you the opportunity here is immense. Think, “internet 1994” — a

CVS and Aetna are said to be weighing a massive tie-up. The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that CVS Health (CVS) is in talks to acquire the health insurer for $ 66 billion. The story, which posted just before the

This Bud’s not for you? Anheuser-Busch InBev, the owner of Budweiser, Bud Light and Stella Artois, said that beer sales in the U.S. fell 5.6% in the third quarter. Those are shockingly bad numbers when you consider that they came

Wall Street is fired up about President Trump’s push to overhaul the corporate tax system.The relentless rally in the stock market has been powered by strong economic growth, low interest rates and hopes that tax cuts will turbocharge Corporate America’s