The Really Rich Got Richer, According to IRS's Top 400

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The total income reported on the top 400 individual tax returns rose 20% in 2014, according to Internal Revenue Service data released Thursday.

Numbers Don't Add Up for Trump's Trillion-Dollar Building Plan

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Donald Trump’s infrastructure plan has sent construction stocks soaring, but the proposed funding plan has glaring flaws.

Trump Warns Firms Will See Penalties if Jobs Leave the U.S.

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The president-elect vowed to punish U.S. companies that shift jobs overseas as he praised a deal that would save about 800 factory jobs in Indiana.

Starbucks' Schultz Stepping Down as CEO to Focus on Higher-End Shops

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Howard Schultz is stepping down as CEO of Starbucks to lead an effort at the company to build high-end coffee shops that will charge as much as $12 a cup, his next attempt to revolutionize the way Americans consume coffee.

United Tech CEO's Pilgrimage to Trump Tower Ends in Deal

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Greg Hayes’ pilgrimage to Trump Tower ended roughly two weeks of intensive talks between representatives of Vice President-elect Pence and United Technologies. Under the deal, the company will get $7 million over 10 years to keep jobs in Indiana.

Theranos Investor Riley Bechtel Steps Down From Board

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Theranos said Riley Bechtel, chairman of the construction giant Bechtel Corp., retired as a director of the embattled blood-testing startup.

For-Profit Colleges Look to Trump for a Pass

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For-profit colleges are looking to the incoming Trump administration for a rollback of tough regulations that threatened to lead to the closure of hundreds of schools and that drove their stock-market valuations down.

Giant Aluminum Stockpile Moved From Mexico to Vietnam

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A massive aluminum stockpile has been shipped from a Mexican desert to a remote Vietnamese port, an unusual series of moves tied to businesses associated with a Chinese billionaire.

Jobless Rate Drops to 4.6% as Payrolls Grow by 178,000

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U.S. employers hired at a steady clip in November while the unemployment rate fell to the lowest level in nine years, signs of enduring labor market growth that will likely leave Federal Reserve officials on track to raise interest rates later this month.

Passive Investors Get Sucked Into Hong Kong Market Failures

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Multibillion-dollar bubbles like Fullshare may end up fitting a pattern: stocks with small floats that get added to major benchmarks and then plunge.

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