China Markets Brace for Wild Swings in Year of the Monkey

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Investors in Chinese stocks are facing a tumultuous return to action Monday after a weeklong holiday in mainland markets for the Lunar New Year shielded them from the global market turmoil.

Thousands to Protest in Brussels Against China Steel Trading

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Representatives from Europe’s struggling steel industry will take to the streets of Brussels on Monday in an attempt to stop the European Union from granting market-economy status to China later this year.

Whole Foods Works to Reduce Costs

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The supermarket chain, which has long given local managers and regional bosses broad discretion, is whittling away at some of that autonomy in an effort to reduce costs and boost its clout with suppliers.

Anglo American Chief's Woes Set to Deepen

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Investors are piling pressure on Anglo American to move more quickly on a plan that would see it sell off a huge chunk of its mines and cut more than half of its workforce.

China's Factories Hunt for Growing Markets

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Chinese manufacturers are turning out 3-D printers, drones and hoverboards to help pull the country through a painful economic transition from infrastructure investment to a consumer-led model.

China's Factories Hunt for Growing Markets

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Chinese manufacturers are turning out 3-D printers, drones and hoverboards to help pull the country through a painful economic transition from infrastructure investment to a consumer-led model.

Lake Tahoe Ski Resorts Bouncing Back After Years of Drought

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Lake Tahoe is again a winter wonderland, creating a positive ripple effect throughout the picturesque California region that has suffered economically due to the dry weather.

If Bernie Sanders Taxed Wall Street

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Bernie Sanders wants to raise a lot of money from Wall Street. His plan is to demand it in the form of a financial-transaction tax.

Nebraska Move Liable to Shift Hog Ownership Away From Farmers

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A new law ends one of the last state bans in the U.S. on meatpacking companies owning hogs, which some critics say will extend the power processing companies hold over farmers.

People Over 50 Carrying More Debt Than in the Past

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Americans in their 50s, 60s and 70s are carrying unprecedented amounts of debt, a shift that reflects both the aging of the baby boomer generation and their greater likelihood of retaining debt than previous generations.

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