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Schwab’s zero-fee trading kicked off a price war and could pay off with the deal of a lifetime

Schwab’s zero-fee trading kicked off a price war and could pay off with the deal of a lifetime

Charles Schwab's decision to give investors no-commission online trades could work out well for the firm and land it the deal of a lifetime.

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NFL upholds indefinite suspension of Myles Garrett; he reportedly says Rudolph used racial slur

NFL upholds indefinite suspension of Myles Garrett; he reportedly says Rudolph used racial slur

Garrett reportedly accused Rudolph of inciting the conflict by using a racial slur during their on-field confrontation Nov. 14, which Rudolph's agent denied.

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Colin Kaepernick’s botched NFL workout could strengthen case for second collusion lawsuit

Colin Kaepernick’s botched NFL workout could strengthen case for second collusion lawsuit

The botched workout could actually work in Kaepernick's favor if the Super Bowl quarterback decides to bring another lawsuit against the league, sports and gaming attorney Daniel Wallach said.

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Borat actor: Facebook, Google, Youtube and Twitter are ‘greatest propaganda machine in history’

Borat actor: Facebook, Google, Youtube and Twitter are ‘greatest propaganda machine in history’

In his speech before the Anti-Defamation League, Sacha Baron Cohen said hate groups are rising all around the world, and Big Tech is part of the problem.

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Trump signs spending bill into law, dodging a government shutdown for another month

Trump signs spending bill into law, dodging a government shutdown for another month

The bill Trump signed keeps the government running through Dec. 20, setting up another potential showdown over spending next month.

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Disney was very strategic in releasing ‘Frozen II’ before the Thanksgiving weekend

Disney was very strategic in releasing ‘Frozen II’ before the Thanksgiving weekend

This year marks the first time since 2014 that a Disney film will not be released during the Thanksgiving holiday week — but that's not likely to hinder "Frozen II" at the box office.

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Air Force changes how it buys rockets after Blue Origin protest, but it’s unlikely to move the needle

Air Force changes how it buys rockets after Blue Origin protest, but it’s unlikely to move the needle

The U.S. Air Force said on Thursday that it will remove part of the criteria for its upcoming launch contract awards.

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Janet Yellen says ‘there is good reason to worry’ about the US economy sliding into recession

Janet Yellen says ‘there is good reason to worry’ about the US economy sliding into recession

While the former Fed chair doesn't see a recession on the horizon, she also noted that the risks are piling up.

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Nordstrom shares jump 10% after earnings beat estimates

Nordstrom shares jump 10% after earnings beat estimates

Nordstrom shares jumped more than 10% after the retailer beat earnings estimates and matched revenue expectations.

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Unilever, Henkel and buyout funds eye bids for Coty’s $7 billion beauty brands, sources say

Unilever, Henkel and buyout funds eye bids for Coty’s $7 billion beauty brands, sources say

Consumer goods giants Unilever and Henkel and a series of buyout funds including Advent and Cinven are talking to U.S. cosmetics maker Coty to submit bids for some of its most popular beauty brands.

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