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Taking a road trip to Minnesota seemed like a great idea. So, too, did the idea of renting an RV through a peer-to-peer service called Outdoorsy. Beware the Sharing Economy
by Ted Bauman July 24, 2017 U.S. Economy
Taking a road trip to Minnesota seemed like a great idea. So, too, did the idea of renting an RV through a peer-to-peer service called Outdoorsy.
I’m not alone in this obsession. America — and countries around the globe — are making this commodity sizzling hot. Beloved Pork Belly Prices Soared 80%
by Jessica Cohn July 22, 2017 Commodities
I’m not alone in this obsession. America — and countries around the globe — are making this commodity sizzling hot.
The U.S. Supreme Court's upcoming decision on gerrymandering could have a major impact on future U.S. elections. But will it really change anything? Is Gerrymandering a Threat to Democracy? The U.S. Supreme Court's upcoming decision on gerrymandering could have a major impact on future U.S. elections. But will it really change anything?
In calls with analysts, 61% of companies warned that the strong dollar is a cause of concern. CEOs might be trying to manage expectations. CEOs Shift the Blame Before Stock Prices Start Falling
by Michael Carr July 18, 2017 U.S. Economy
In calls with analysts, 61% of companies warned that the strong dollar is a cause of concern. CEOs might be trying to manage expectations.
Tesla’s Stock Marches Higher as the Market Ignores the Bears
by Joseph Hargett July 12, 2017 Stocks
After a brief dip in the wake of Goldman Sachs' highly publicized research note, Tesla's stock is still marching higher … irrationally so.

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