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The U.S. and China remain deadlocked on key issues blocking the path toward a trade agreement, according to multiple reports published on Thursday as representatives for the two countries meet in Beijing.
Amazon announced Thursday it will not build its headquarters in New York following local opposition.
The deduction for medical expenses is one of the few remaining tax breaks available to taxpayers.
As Amazon enjoyed record profits and cash balances last year, it turned to one of the safest and lowest-risk investments: government debt.
President Trump’s approval rating has mounted a decisive comeback from its descent last month during the 35-day partial government shutdown.
Engineers at the lender have created the “JPM Coin,” a digital token that will be used to instantly settle transactions in its wholesale payments business.
The sudden and unexpected plunge in December’s retail sales data raised new concerns about recession, but economists also say the biggest drop in nine years clashes with other data and may be suspect.
The central bank official endorses a patient approach on rate hikes, particularly considering “crosscurrents” that are building up for growth.
Willem Marx reports that British Prime Minister Teresa May is struggling to make headway in Brexit negotiations.
Jane Wells reports from the World Agricultural Expo, where farmers weigh in on the hit they’ve taken from the US-China trade dispute.
Eunice Yoon reports on positive developments in the trade talks between high-level US and Chinese officials.
Bertha Coombs explains that CVS is rolling out new “health hubs” where customers can get one-on-one health advice, receive treatments for sleep apnea and take yoga classes.
Dominic Chu reports that earnings have been generally positive this quarter – but explains why that could cause market volatility later this year.
Phil LeBeau reports that BMW is working to keep up the demand for luxury SUVs.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, why your local drug store may soon look more like a wellness center.
Plus, the national debt hits a milestone.