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Business Briefs – March 26, 2019

Wall Street Bonuses Fall Over $30k Despite Profit Upturn ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) – New York state’s comptroller says the average bonus paid to Wall Street security industry employees dipped by…

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Nike Fined $14 Million by EU Over Antitrust Violation

  Nike, the iconic sports retailer, has become the latest target in the European Union’s crackdown on antitrust violations. The bloc’s competition commission slapped Nike with a $14 million fine,…

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Business Briefs – March 24, 2019

Potential Recession Signal: A Key ‘Yield Curve’ Has Inverted NEW YORK (AP) – One of the most closely watched predictors of a potential recession just yelped even louder. The signal…

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Spring Surge in Gas Prices Expected to Continue

A spring surge in gas prices has drivers digging deeper to pay at the pump around the nation. AAA Mid-Atlantic says the national average gas price Friday was $2.61 a…

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Fed Leaves Interest Rates Unchanged, Cuts Growth Forecast

The Federal Reserve is becoming more worried about the U.S. economy, citing slower consumer and business spending. On Wednesday, the central bank cut its growth forecasts, left interest rates unchanged…

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