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Teen Vogue Is Ending Print Edition

Close Teen Vogue will be shutting down its print edition soon, ending a 14-year run for the magazine that has recently taken off online as an unexpected force in liberal political reporting. WWD first reported the news Thursday. The fashion-forward magazine, which is beloved by young readers for its beauty …

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Trump’s Likely Fed Chair Could Be Good for Business

Close When it comes to the Federal Reserve, President Donald Trump has been all over the map. He’s alternately praised and attacked its leader, Janet Yellin. During the 2016 campaign, he labeled her a stooge of President Barack Obama who he said was keeping interest rates and the economy humming …

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Should We Be Alarmed by the Sinking Value of the Dollar

Close This article first appeared on the Council on Foreign Relations site. The dollar—to many people’s surprise—has depreciated this year. That depreciation comes after a rise in late 2016 following Trump’s election, and after a large appreciation in 2014. Keep up with this story and more by subscribing now To …

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It Would Be Reckless to Tear Up Dodd-Frank

Close This article first appeared on the London School of Economics site. In the United States, the House of Representatives has passed the Financial CHOICE Act (Creating Hope and Opportunity for Investors, Consumers and Entrepreneurs Act). This bill is intended to replace the financial market regulation of the Obama era, …

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Can Companies Force Workers to Go to Arbitration?

Close Last week, credit giant Equifax, after suffering a massive data breach, drew public fury for offering consumers an identity theft monitoring service­—but only if they signed away their right to join class action lawsuits against the company. People were rightfully outraged—but soon the Supreme Court will decide whether your …

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Reporters’ Ignorance Gives Trump a Break on Tax Cuts

Close This article first appeared on Dorf on Law. Whether or not Senate Republicans finally succeed in taking health care away from tens of millions of Americans, their next big target is the tax code. And although the mainstream press’s coverage of the new health care repeal bill has been …

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Equifax Pulls Retired CEO’s Bonus Over Hack

Close The CEO of disgraced credit score company Equifax signed an agreement that revoked his annual bonus and gave the firm the power to cancel his retirement package as part of a deal to have him step down immediately, Reuters reported Tuesday. Signed Monday, the agreement, which modified one made …

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Trump, GOP Tax Reform Plan Would Hike Deficit, Debt

Close President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans have unveiled a long-awaited outline of their tax reform plan that will affect all American individuals and businesses, but one big thing was left out: how to pay for it. It’s not exactly clear how much the plan would increase the federal deficit, …

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Don’t Regulate Uber, Deregulate Regular Taxis

Close This article first appeared on the Manhattan Institute site E21. A recent New York Times article discussing taxi medallion owners in New York City illustrates how innovation and increased competition can lead to calls for new regulations. Platforms such as Uber and Lyft have displaced taxi owners and devalued …

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