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Air pollution costs Europe up to $235 billion a year -- roughly the GDP of Connecticut -- according to a new report.
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Shares of Tiffany and Signet -- owner of Kay, Jared and Zales -- have been glittery all year long. A good sign for the holidays?
high-end stores are experimenting with new technologies that offer retailers an eye into what customers are doing both inside and outside the store.
Japanese whisky is no longer an insider secret -- it's grown into a $6 billion industry.
Forget stocks and bonds, the 1% are buying up land, especially timber plots.
Drone regulation is coming to the United States, and the rules might be too severe for everyday businesses.
There are some of the standout vehicles on display this year at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
Beijing is trying to keep the economy from slowing too quickly while it introduces reforms.
KLP, Norway's largest pension fund manager, is the latest to divest from coal companies.