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Retailers could ring up more than $1.1 trillion in holiday sales, topping last year

Retail sales are expected to grow between 5 to 5.6 percent from a year ago, according to Deloitte's annual retail sales forecast for the holiday season.

Rising US-China trade tensions 'couldn't come at a worse time': Iowa agriculture secretary

American farmers already have been impacted by retaliatory tariffs from the U.S.-China trade war and the ratcheting of tensions once gain is unfortunate and comes at a lousy time, according to Iowa

Google will now show bosses if employees are actually using its apps

Google's new "Work Insights" tools let managers see whether employees are actually using the productivity tools that they're paying for.

FedEx: Amazon's new delivery service 'should not be confused as competition'

FedEx executive VP Rajesh Subramaniam downplayed Amazon's logistics threat during the company's most recent earnings call, saying its new delivery service "should not be confused as competition with

CBS near deal for miniseries based on fired FBI Director James Comey's 'A Higher Loyalty' memoir

CBS Television Studios is near a deal for a miniseries based on fired FBI Director James Comey's bestselling memoir "A Higher Loyalty," according to a report from Deadline Hollywood.

Microsoft is upping its A.I. battle with Salesforce

Microsoft is coming out with easy-to-use software to make sense of incoming customer-service inquiries and respond to questions.

Sen. Grassley cancels meeting to advance Kavanaugh nomination before hearing on sexual assault allegations

The announcement is a win for the committee's 10 Democrats, who called for a delay in Kavanaugh's proceedings following a bombshell allegation from Christine Blasey Ford made public over the weekend.

China's US Treasury holdings just fell to six-month low amid escalating trade war

China's holdings of U.S. Treasury bills, notes and bonds dropped to a six month low of $1.171 trillion in July, from $1.178 trillion in June.

Parts of a 'virtual wall' on the US-Mexico border are using the technology behind driverless cars

Trump still wants to build a physical wall on the US-Mexico border but several Silicon Valley companies are vying to build a "virtual wall" that could be cheaper, The New York Times reports.

Elon Musk considers going to the moon: 'Maybe I would join on this' SpaceX flight

The founder and CEO of SpaceX was thinking about whether he would launch himself on his company's rockets.

Women in Silicon Valley own less than half the startup equity men own, a new study says

The study shines a light on an early-stage disparity that could cripple women's voting power and piece of the proverbial pie.

Square may start acting more like a bank using its hit Cash app

Square is looking to expand the offerings of its Cash App, Square Chief Financial Officer Sarah Friar said at Recode's annual Code Commerce conference in New York Tuesday.

Kudlow suggests entitlement reform is coming—just what Democrats wanted to hear as they hammer GOP

Democrats jumped on comments from White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow, who said the Trump administration will "probably" address "larger entitlements" next year.

Florence hammers North Carolina agriculture – losses include 3.4 million dead chickens, turkeys

North Carolina's poultry sector suffered the loss of at least 3.4 million chickens and turkeys as a result of Hurricane Florence, and swine losses are now estimated to be about 5,500 hogs, according

Papa John's new TV ads put the focus on the company's other faces

On Tuesday, Papa John's revealed its latest television ad campaign dubbed "voices," which features 24 employees, managers and franchisees talking about their experiences with the brand.

Kavanaugh saga has shades of the Anita Hill-Clarence Thomas showdown, but there are key differences

A big change since the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings has been the #MeToo movement, which has made it less likely that women's accusations of sexual misconduct by powerful men will be brushed

Crypto exchanges are ripe for manipulation and aren't doing much to stop it, New York AG says

The cryptocurrency market is vulnerable to serious market manipulation, according to a months-long investigation by the New York Attorney General's office.

Look out, UPS, FedEx — Amazon just ordered 20,000 delivery vans

Amazon just ordered 20,000 delivery vans. And, while it didn't mention UPS or FedEx by name, it pretty much just put those companies on notice, Louisville Business First reports.

AbbVie shares fall after California insurance regulator sues company over alleged kickbacks

AbbVie shares fell almost 3 percent on Tuesday following a lawsuit by the California Department of Insurance alleging that the pharmaceutical company gave health-care providers kickbacks to prescribe

The stock market may be getting it wrong by rallying in the face of new U.S.-Chinese tariffs

Stocks are shrugging off the latest round of tariffs between the U.S. and China, even with warnings the trade war could be more prolonged and harmful to the global economy than many investors believe.