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The 26 products Walmart is worried could get hit the hardest by Trump's trade war with China
Business Insider
Walmart sent a letter to President Donald Trump and the US Trade Representative about the downside effects of the proposed tariffs on China. Trump went ahead with the tariffs anyway. Walmart identified a list of 31 goods from the initial proposed ...
Walmart warns Trump that new China tariffs could mean price hikes on bikes, Christmas lightsUSA TODAY
Trump's trade war and the abandonment of American idealsThe Week Magazine

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USA TODAY

Equifax Breach: Freezing your credit is now free in all states under a new law
USA TODAY
One of the best ways to protect yourself from identity theft is now free. Starting Friday, a new federal law allows people to freeze and unfreeze their credit at the three major credit bureaus without being charged. Before, it cost consumers in almost ...
Credit freezes can help prevent identity theft. Are they worth your time?PBS NewsHour
Freezing your credit is now freeMarketWatch
Worried about data breaches? Now you can freeze your credit for freeNBCNews.com
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Motley Fool

Qualcomm Desperately Tries to Ban iPhone Sales (Again)
Motley Fool
A second trial between Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) and Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) is now before the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) in Washington, D.C. The chipmaker is trying to block Apple from selling iPhones that use Intel's (NASDAQ:INTC) ...

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CNNMoney

Pot company CEO expects American market to open up
CNNMoney
The head of a big publicly traded pot company said he's preparing for potential changes that will make his products available in America. Cannabis is still illegal in the United States under federal law, even though a number of states have legalized ...
Don't lump us into the investor frenzy around pot stock Tilray, says CEO of rival Canopy GrowthCNBC

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