Why 2017 May Bring Higher Prices At The PumpAlong with welcoming 2017, drivers may be welcoming higher gas prices.
Janet Yellen's Fed Faces A Tricky Rates Dilemma In 2017As was expected, the Feds raised interest rates and now banks will likely pass their higher costs to consumers and companies leading to high borrowing rates throughout the economy.
SEC Accuses High-Profile Hedge Fund Manager Of Insider TradingFederal regulators are accusing high-profile hedge fund manager Leon Cooperman and his firm of insider trading.
EU Orders Apple To Pay Up To 13B Euros In Back TaxesThe U.S. Treasury Department is expressing disa Apple will have to pay 13 billion euros ($14.5 billion) plus interest to Ireland after the European Union found the U.S. tech company had paid next to no tax for over 11 years. ppointment over a ruling that will make Apple pay billions in back taxes to Ireland.
July US Auto Sales Could Fall On Weaker Demand U.S. auto sales were expected to drop slightly in July due to hot weather and less demand.
Movement Pushing African-Americans To 'Bank Black'It is "Bank Black" weekend in Miami! It’s a new “economic empowerment movement encouraging African-Americans to direct the dollars they have in checking and savings accounts toward black-owned banks.
Beyond Fast Food: New Franchising Ideas Draw EntrepreneursSmall franchises beyond restaurant groups and retailers are attracting entrepreneurs who want something different and see greater opportunities with lesser-known companies.
App Could Save Hundreds On Credit Card BillsAre you still paying for online subscriptions that you don't even use or don't even remember signing up for?
Krispy Kreme Shares Soar On Sweet Takeover Offer Donut company Krispy Kreme is getting a boost after coffee giant JAB Beech said it would acquire the chain.
Good News For Those Who Haven't Filed Their Taxes YetThere’s good news for those who have waited to do their taxes. This year everyone has three days left to file them.
US Is Emerging As A Tax Haven Alongside Switzerland, CaymansWhile the U.S. scolds and pressures countries that help the rich and famous hide their money from tax collectors, critics say it should look closer to home.
Treasury Dept. Tightens Corp. Tax Rules Amid 'Panama Papers' BacklashThe Treasury Department is making it harder for corporations to use tax loopholes following a massive leak dubbed the 'Panama Papers' that shows how the rich and famous hid billions of dollars offshore.

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