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Michael Korchmar, who runs the Leather Specialty Co. in Florida, supports duties on Chinese imports.
With the rise of big data, the internet of things and automated factories, existing internet infrastructure's getting clogged.
The three major credit agencies now allow you to freeze your credit for free.
The personal vehicles are gaining ground as riders navigate a patchwork of differing rules.
Bradley Tusk's new book "The Fixer" is about breaking the rules while respecting regulation.
But there are still obstacles ahead.
A brief history of the ticketing — and scalping — industry.
Credit card swipes, satellite data, media subscriptions ... all kinds of information fuels data-driven investing.
John Hancock is the latest insurer to offer policies with discounted premiums if policyholders agree to be monitored.
The fees keep going up, and so does revenue.
Prices for U.S. softwood lumber have jumped since tariffs against Canadian lumber took effect last year.
Getting prices down could be complicated. Supply from Iran is already at two-year lows, and new U.S. sanctions on the country are set to go into effect in November.
With more taxes about to hit Chinese exports, companies at a Shanghai industrial fair assess their plans.
Founder Jack Ma says a friendly partnership no longer exists between China and America.
The founder of Bridgewater Associates, who predicted the Great Recession, has a new book out that examines the nature of debt crises.
Brexiters say the port of Felixstowe shows the country can manage post Brexit.
Private funding, like venture capital, can now grow companies as big as an IPO can. Small investors might get a slice, too.
Erie, Pennsylvania, strategically welcomed refugees when its population was shrinking. Now the White House is cutting their numbers.