Amazon said the decision was a result of “improper pressure” from the president.
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Amazon says an “improper direct intervention” by President Trump is the reason it lost out on a multibillion-dollar cloud-computing contract with the Pentagon.
Oscar Munoz is stepping away from United’s CEO role with the airline on top of the industry. His departure could give American Airlines the chance it has been waiting for.
British fashion retailer Ted Baker saw both its chairman and its CEO step down after suffering the “most challenging year” in its 31-year history.
Ugh. The idea of a “work-life balance” is being replaced by the concept of “work-life integration.”
How popular are Popeyes’ fried chicken sandwiches? Well, customer visits rose by more than 110% last month.
The largest private whisky collection ever put together will be sold off in two sales next year, possibly fetching as much as $10.5 million.
A blockbuster trial to decide the fate of T-Mobile’s $26 billion merger with Sprint began yesterday—with the companies defending accusations that the tie-up would stifle competition and lead to higher prices.
And if your mind is already on next year’s vacation, travel over to our list of the most anticipated hotel openings of 2020.
The end is near—the end of the year, that is, a crucial time for a few important personal finance decisions.
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The NBA superstar has come to New York with three goals in mind: a return to dominance, a defining championship and a lasting business empire. They’re all interconnected.
Donald Trump at a rally in Wisconsin in April 2019.
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The biggest beneficiary has been Trump Tower Commercial LLC, which controls the president’s famed Manhattan skyscraper.
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From their breakout hit “Selfie” to investments in major brands, Alex and Drew have used the momentum of their brand as musicians to expand their financial portfolio.
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