The House and Senate are getting to work on reconciling the differences between their tax plans. How will the provisions proposed by Congress affect middle- and lower-income taxpayers? Miles O’Brien gets analysis from Lisa Desjardins, Veronique de Rugy of George…
By Jeffrey Frankel
President Donald Trump has invoked the experience of the Reagan Administration's tax reforms to promote the current Republican tax reform proposals. But the two huge tax bills during the Reagan years differed in almost every respect.
The Republican tax plans include numerous provisions that have little to do with changing the tax code or cutting rates.
By Paul Solman
The pitches have been quirky, some might even say desperate. City officials across North America are trying to get Amazon's attention in hopes that the fourth-largest company in the U.S. will build its next big tech hub in their community.
By Patty Gorena Morales
Cities across the country are competing to land Amazon's second corporate headquarters. What will it take to win?…
While you have dodged a health care bullet so far, the odds are you will need substantial health care in your later years.
By Lisa Desjardins
Lower-income people stand to lose the most in the Senate GOP tax plan.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau opened for business on Monday with dueling appointees. Leandra English was named acting director on Friday by the bureau's outgoing chief, but within hours President Trump appointed White House budget chief Mick Mulvaney to the…
By Daniel Bush
Familiar with the work of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau? Here's a recap of the financial watchdog agency's history and accomplishments since launching in 2011.
The price of cranberries has been sinking for more than five years due to overproduction. Families like the Rhodes, who own Edgewood Bogs in Massachusetts, are used to periodic cycles of oversupply and falling prices, but new bogs in western…
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