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School board gives Exxon $1.2 billion tax break
Texas school officials are offering the oil giant and its Saudi partner a massive tax package as an inducement to build plant
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HARIBO to build first U.S. manufacturing facility
HARIBO chose this state to be the site of "one of the largest facilities in the confectionery industry"
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Cop calls scammer back and exchange goes viral
"He is a trained professional – do not try this at home"
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For whites across America, "deaths of despair" are rising
Alcoholism, drug addiction and suicide are driving up mortality rates for less-educated whites
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Disney and Universal get creative to try to lower their tax bills
Resort companies in Florida are fighting high tax bills, claiming the government inflated the value of their land
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Who topped Fortune's list of greatest leaders?
The answer may surprise you
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Big mall-based stores face new threat as customers dwindle
Mall-based retail giants like J.C. Penney face new assault from online brands, social media, discounters and specialty shops
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Who's paying for family leave? In many cases, taxpayers
Low-wage Americans who need to take family leave to care for a new kid or sick relative often go into debt or turn to public aid
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Pay your income taxes by credit card? Um, no
You'll pay processing fees and interest charges and could max out your credit -- here's a better way to pay off a big tax bill
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Deadly terror attack in London, and other MoneyWatch headlines
Terror hit won't shake Brexit timeline, U.K. gov't insists; Google-YouTube advertiser boycott expands; and Starbucks plans 12,000 more stores. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
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Jobless claims jump but labor market stays strong
15,000 more people filed for unemployment benefits in the latest week while the total remained well below 300,000
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Verizon, AT&T pull ads from Google over extremist videos
The companies join a growing list of brands suspending ads over concerns about offensive YouTube videos
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Obamacare's uncertain future has hospitals on hold
Not knowing how -- and how many -- patients will be covered under GOP plans is putting the clamps on expansion and hiring
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Live where Greta Garbo did in NYC, for $6 million
Her former seven-room Manhattan apartment overlooking the East River is now on the market
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Can Sears survive? Some experts are skeptical
Combining two struggling stores -- Kmart and Sears -- in 2004 "created an even bigger, more struggling company"
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FTC: Occupational licenses are out of control
In some states, you'll need a permit to ship potatoes, braid hair or do interior design -- that's "ridiculous," regulator says
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Would the GOP health care plan increase out-of-pocket costs?
Some experts worry that the American Health Care Act would mean bigger medical bills for consumers
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Should hedge funds be open to average investors?
The acting SEC chair says they should be allowed to play with the jet set in esoteric investment products
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"How Google Works" authors on company and Trump administration
Company executives Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg updated their bestselling book with a chapter on “How Alphabet Works”
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Not my laptop: Passengers bemoan tech-less flights
Anxious passengers, business travelers falling behind on work — here's what the U.S. and U.K. laptop ban could look like in practice
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