It Can't Be This Hard to Board a Plane

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You’re in Group One, which means your group boards fifth: Airlines can’t figure out how to get people onboard quickly and without drama, Scott McCartney writes.

Can Nintendo's Switch Balance Portable and Home Gaming?

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Games including “1-2 Switch” and “Zelda” are a blast, but without more titles and online services, Nintendo’s new Switch videogame console feels like a beta test, writes Nathan Olivarez-Giles.

U.S. GDP Advanced 1.9% in Final Quarter of 2016

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U.S. consumer spending was stronger than initially thought in the final months of 2016, though the overall economic-growth trajectory remained muted amid downward revisions for business investment and government spending.

How Harley-Davidson Tackles the Stiff Overseas Tariffs Highlighted by Trump

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President Donald Trump turned Harley-Davidson into a global trade issue in his address to Congress, saying barriers made it hard for the motorcycle maker to do business overseas. But a rise in 2016 overseas sales helped the company partially offset a decrease in the U.S.

The Next Dilemma of the Republican Tax Overhaul

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House Republicans haven’t ironed out how to treat hedge funds, law firms and the millions of other business owners whose income passes through to their individual tax returns.

Trump Trade Policy Expected to Seek Diminished WTO Role

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The Trump administration is developing a trade policy that seeks to diminish the influence of the World Trade Organization in the U.S. and champion U.S. law as a way to take on trading partners it blames for unfair practices, according to a draft document reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.

Dollar Tree's Profit, Margins Rise as Sales Climb

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Dollar Tree’s profit shot up 41% in the latest quarter and margins expanded amid more shoppers coming to the retailer’s stores—and spending more while there.

World's Most Indebted Developer Keeps Piling It On

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China Evergrande, the poster child for an overleveraged industry, proved again its debt-fueled ambitions haven't yet been reached.

Foxconn Still Looking at Opening Plant in U.S.

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Chairman Terry Gou said his company is bidding for Toshiba’s flash-memory unit, as the two businesses would be a good match.

Yingde: China Takeover Drama Brings Breath of Fresh Air

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Minority shareholders at China’s largest industrial gas maker have emerged as winners from the boardroom tussle.

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