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GOP tax bill would kill deduction for student loan interest

Democrats are strongly opposed to the GOP rewrite, so the Republicans must find agreement among themselves to have any hope of passage. Senate Republicans unv...


Macy's Comparable Sales Dip For 12th Straight Quarter

Net income more than doubled to $34 million, or $0.12 per diluted share, from $15 million, or $0.05 per diluted share. He also said the company was encourag...


Luton could become centre for PSA group's van growth plans

The French PSA Group has unveiled its strategy to make the newly acquired Vauxhall and Opel business a success after buying the auto brands for €2.2 billion ear...


GST Council to tighten norms for Composition Scheme

Bihar Deputy Chief Minister and GST member Sushil Kumar Modi said that a number of items that are now in the 28% tax slab will be reduced to 18% slab. Unde...


TripAdvisor to flag hotels with reports of sexual assault

The warning badge cautions customers to "perform additional research for information" about the properties. Three resorts in the city of Playa del Carmen ...


What happened to the AT&T/Time Warner deal yesterday, and what's next

A spokesperson for AT&T stated that the company no longer expects the deal to close this year. In twin statements late Wednesday, the White House and the Ju...


People are conveniently targetting Dhoni: Kohli to critics

A video is getting viral on the Internet in which the fans of Indian skipper Virat Kohli and former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni can be seen fighting...


Some fidget spinners found to contain lead

According to a consumer advocacy group, two fidget spinners supplied to Target by Iowa-based Bulls-i-Toy contain lead at up to 330 times the federal legal limit...


Starbucks is giving away free drinks - here's how to get one

Skip into stores starting November 9 and through the end of the holiday season to grab your new favorite holiday drink. The popular coffee chain is offering a...


Boeing's $37bn China deal for 300 planes takes off

More than 50% of all commercial jetliners operating in China are Boeing aircraft. It is not the first time this year the Chinese company is buying forei...


Lockheed Martin receives contract to develop laser weapons for United States fighter jets

Maryland-based Lockheed announced this week that it will provide the Air Force Research Lab with a testable Compact Airborne High Energy Laser by 2021. "The dev...


European Union cuts United Kingdom growth forecasts due to Brexit uncertainty

Even before the Brexit separation is sealed, United Kingdom growth is forecast to slow to 1.5% in 2017, with the prediction cut from a previous 1.8%. By contr...


Panera Bread to buy Au Bon Pain

The deal, announced Wednesday, brings the two chains together again. With the deal, Panera will acquire more than 300 Au Bon Pain locations around the world. ...


Bandhan Express flagged by Modi brings India, Bangladesh closer

After flagging off the train, Modi said, "I am happy that today we inaugurated projects strengthening our connectivity via video conference". Observing the two ...


Congress observes Black Day against demonetization

Addressing the gathering, Bahinipati criticised the PM Modi for failing to achieve the desired results of demonetisation. He said the Congress victory in Gurd...


The Horror: Nutella Maker Changes Spread's Recipe

Rather, the Hamburg Consumer Protection Centre, a German consumer group, noticed the difference and posted about it on Facebook; it says Ferrero is "the fir...


Manus Island refugees given two days to move

Religious groups such as Catholic Alliance for People Seeking Asylum (CAPSA), Catholic Social Services Australia, Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) Australia, and Je...


Taylor Swift Wins CMA Award for Song of the Year

Little Big Town's Jimi Westbrook, Philip Sweet, Kimberly Schlapman and Karen Fairchild accepted the award on Swift's behalf. "We're really grateful Phillip [...


Police pull python out of man's trousers after noticing 'considerable bulge'

The man is alleged to have told police he had a snake in his trousers. The man was reportedly detained after local residents complained about the loud argumen...


New Zealand bonds close mixed after RBNZ brings forward rate-hike forecast

Finance Minister Grant Robertson has started the ball rolling to change monetary policy so the Reserve Bank has to take employment into account when setting t...


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