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Canada, Mexico to firmly reject US NAFTA proposals but will offer to keep negotiations going: Sources

Canada and Mexico will not walk away from the NAFTA negotiating table, despite an outright rejection of the U.S. demands.


The markets can get away with ignoring global independence movements: Pro

Boris Schlossberg of BK Asset Management says the markets are smart to ignore the political secession movements happening across the globe.


Inappropriate to say entire drug industry is out of control: Barbara Ryan

Barbara Ryan, Barbara Ryan Advisors, discusses President Trump's claims that pharmaceutical companies are "getting away with murder" with prescription drug pricing.


Spain gives Catalonia final ultimatum and moves closer to 'nuclear option'

The Spanish government has given Catalonia three days to declare whether it wants to break away from Spain or not.


Oreo is giving away $100,000 if you can guess its ‘mystery’ flavor

If you're an Oreo expert, you could really cash in.


Boo! The 'pumpkin spice tax' could scare away your holiday cheer

MagnifyMoney analyzed roughly 200 pumpkin spice-flavored products and found that the "pumpkin spice tax" could run as high as 133 percent.


China's Xi 'explicitly' rejects democracy, human rights: analyst

In a move away from his predecessors, Chinese President Xi Jinping has explicitly and repeatedly rejected universal values like democracy and human rights, says Jamil Anderlini of Financial Times.


Populism hasn't managed to wrest control away from the center ground in Europe: JPMAM

Stephen Macklow-Smith, head of European equity strategy at JPMorgan Asset Management, speaks about the market reaction to politics in Europe.


Why successful people spend 10 hours a week on 'compound time'

Top performers in the business world often find time to step away from their urgent work, slow down and invest in activities that have a long-term payoff.


Atul Gawande: This kind of health care can save your life, but reform could take it away

Public health expert Atul Gawande explains that this cheap and easy kind of health care saves lives.