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Teen Vogue's Editor-In-Chief Explains Her Career…

Teen Vogue Editor-in-chief Lindsay Peoples-Wagner has been a fashion reporter, waitress, Teen Vogue intern, and Oprah employee. From her beginnings as a fashion closet intern to her current role as EIC at Teen Vogue, Peoples-Wagner explains what skills, experiences, and injuries it took to get her this far.

Corporate profits slump again in 2Q

Corporate profits fell for a second straight quarter in the spring, as the tax cut windfall wears off and companies contend with uncertainty caused by the Trump administration's trade war with China

China announces tariff hike on $75 billion of US…

China announces tariff hike on $75 billion of US goods in retaliation for Trump's planned Sept. 1 increase

Cars still more efficient than newer SUVs

Your SUV is more efficient than it used to be, but it still can't match similar cars

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The Latest: China strikes back, $75B in tariffs on US goods

China announces tariff hikes on $75 billion of US goods in retaliation for Trump's planned Sept. 1 increase

Edmunds: 7 used car tech features that might surprise you

Edmunds highlights seven used car tech features that might surprise you

Powell: No clear hint on rates but says Fed will…

Powell says Fed will do what's necessary to sustain expansion but offers no clear hint on rates

Markets Right Now: Trade war escalation sends stocks lower

Stocks are opening lower on Wall Street as traders react to the latest escalation of the trade war between the U.S. and China.

The Latest: Trump attacks Powell Fed after…

The Latest: Trump attacks the Powell Fed after chairman's speech in Jackson Hole

VW recalls 679K cars in US to fix potential rollaway problem

Volkswagen is recalling about 679,000 cars in the U. S. to fix a problem that could let the cars to roll away unexpectedly

FAA puts out a call for pilots to test changes in…

AP sources say federal officials are recruiting airline pilots to test changes that Boeing made to its 737 Max jet after two crashes

YouTube disables 200 videos attacking Hong Kong protests

YouTube says it disabled more than 200 videos this week that were acting in a coordinated way to spread misinformation about the ongoing protests in Hong Kong

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Gap's 2Q profits fall, reflecting chain still…

Gap's 2Q profits fall 43%, chain continues to be mired in sales slump

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How major US stock indexes fared Thursday

Stocks ended and up-and-down day mostly lower Thursday as losses for health care and technology companies offset gains in banks and other sectors

A glance at US mortgage rates: 30-year loan at 3.55%

A glance at US mortgage rates: long-term average rates are near historically low levels. The average on the benchmark 30-year loan fell this week to its lowest level since November 2016.

Markets Right Now: After a day of wavering, stocks end lower

Stocks ended an up-and-down day mostly lower as losses for health care and technology companies offset gains in banks and other sectors.

Long-term mortgage rates near historic lows…

U.S. long-term mortgage rates were near historically low levels this week

United adding new routes in push for high-fare passengers

United adding new routes to Europe with a Boeing jet that will have fewer seats but more in business class

Why streaming services are the new credit card…

Here's why credit card issuers are betting big on streaming services, allowing you to earn bonus rewards as you binge-watch

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Asian stocks mixed after Wall Street rebound

Asian stocks mixed after Wall Street gains as investors look ahead to Fed chairman's speech

How major US stock indexes fared Wednesday

Stocks closed higher on Wall Street Wednesday as investors applauded encouraging quarterly results from Target, Lowe's and other retailers

Gulf of Mexico oil, gas lease bidding down from last 2 sales

Oil and gas companies made $159.4 million in high bids for federal leases in the Gulf of Mexico, down from sales in March and a year ago