The president's proposal tilts toward businesses and does help most individuals, but it's likely bad for future taxpayers
It's often said that businesses in America pay higher taxes than anywhere else. But what U.S. corporations actually pay varies widely. In many cases, it's nothing.
The first three months of 2017 have seen a record number of store closings, and the trend's not likely to reverse anytime soon. Here's what's behind the retail apocalypse.
White House promises to renegotiate, not scrap, trade pact; a "Shark Tank" star investor retires at 42; and America's most-complained-about finance company is revealed. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
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Thousands of retail outlets are closing nationwide as the door starts to shut on the great American store
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Man said need to use restroom was emergency but carrier says plane was set to take off and timing was poor
Bruising competition from ecommerce and changing consumer tastes are mowing down well-known brands
Despite anger over phony customer accounts, shareholders re-elect bank directors charged with keeping it out of trouble
Noted technology investor is quitting the venture capital business and leaving TV show "Shark Tank"
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Sports broadcaster retrenches for a more digital future resulting in some popular former athletes getting axed
Gary Cohn, the White House Economic Council director, and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, released the administration's tax cut plan
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