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LinkedIn Co-Founder On What Resolutions Silicon Valley Should Make For 2018

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In the Philippines, an advertisement for Manila's Trump Tower, featuring Ivanka Trump. Jay Directo/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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After A Year In Office, Questions About Trump's Foreign Deals Go On. And On

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How Trump's Corporate Tax Cut Is Playing Out For Wal-Mart

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A new class of online retailer is using Shopify, a tool that allows its users to take a different route into the manufacturing ecosystem. iStockphoto hide caption

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Instagram And Shopify: How Businesses Are Targeting Your Feed

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Shaun T attends the Sweat USA America's All-Star Fitness Festival at the Miami Beach Convention Center in 2013. At some live events, thousands of people turn out to work out with the fitness superstar. Gustavo Caballero/Getty Images for Vital Sports & Entertainment hide caption

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Fitness Superstar Shaun T: Keys To Workout Motivation Include Fun — And Selfishness

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Seema Verma, administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, at a White House press conference in May. More people moving off Medicaid, she says, would be a good outcome. NurPhoto/NurPhoto via Getty Images hide caption

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New Rules May Make Getting And Staying On Medicaid More Difficult

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Trump's Budget Proposal Inducing Anxiety In The Rural West

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Wal-Mart Closes 63 Sam's Club Stores, Leaving 11,000 Employees Without Work

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Julia prepares tortillas for her family's dinner before she sets up her table to sell elote and atole from her driveway. Some New York City street vendors have started selling out of their homes to reduce their visibility and risk of being detained or deported. Rachael Elizabeth Bongiorno for NPR hide caption

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Tesla Faces Complaints Over Harassment And Racial Tensions

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg laughs as he meets with a group of entrepreneurs and innovators during a roundtable discussion at Cortex Innovation Community technology hub, in November, in St. Louis. Jeff Roberson/AP hide caption

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Wal-Mart Says It Will Boost Wages, Give Bonuses With New Savings From Tax Law

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Carrier Loses 215 Employees In Latest Round Of Layoffs

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Logan Paul came under heavy criticism for a video he posted on YouTube depicting a dead body, apparently the result of suicide. Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for iHeartMedia hide caption

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A head of poor-quality malt barley taken directly from a field in Power, Mont. Heat and a lack of water resulted in small and light kernels. Grain rejected for malt barley often ends up as animal feed. Tony Bynum/Food & Environment Reporting Network hide caption

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California Woman Returns Christmas Tree For A Refund

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Established Automakers Announce Bold Moves In Electrification

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