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  • Trenton, NJ 08620

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After criticizing the Fed for the past eight years, Republicans have a chance to change the course of the central bank when President Donald Trump nominates someone to take the helm in early 2018. ...

Changes in Store for Foreign Companies' Tax Treatment in U.S.

Foreign companies operating in the U.S. could face major changes in their tax bills under an overhaul planned by Republicans. Those could include new surtaxes or limits on how much the companies ca...

U.S. Jobless Claims Fall to 44-Year Low

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Hurricanes Weighed on Housing Starts

U.S. housing starts decreased last month for the fifth time in six months, as builders felt the brunt of construction delays as well as labor and material shortages caused by hurricanes in Florida ...

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Amazon’s in-house economic-development team shows how important tax-incentive deals have become to its business model and gives a window into why the company took the step of pitting cities against...