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German billionaire family that owns Einstein Bros. Bagels admits Nazi past

The Reimann family, believed to be one of Germany's wealthiest, also owns majority stakes in companies such as Krispy Kreme, Panera Bread and Peet's Coffee.

Trump plans to hit Democrats on ‘socialism’ but faces own vulnerabilities

Some Democrats say they will argue that the “socialist” moniker is a tired campaign cliche, and they are advancing a more popular vision of inclusive capitalism that will attract more voters.

Nike fined $14 million by E.U. regulators over antitrust violation

The bloc’s competition commission said the company prevented many of its licensees from selling soccer team merchandise across European borders.

Nike fined $14 million by E.U. regulators over antitrust violation

The fine marks the latest strike by commissioner Margrethe Vestager on American companies deemed to have violated EU antitrust law.

Trump plans to hit Democrats on ‘socialism’ but faces own vulnerabilities

Democrats are calling the attacks a cliche, and even some conservatives say the line may ring hollow, given the president’s own record on pressuring businesses.

How GMU students’ eating habits changed when delivery robots invaded their campus

In January, 25 autonomous delivery robots descended on George Mason University’s campus. Today, the company that managed the machines -- Starship Technologies -- revealed how they've changed student behavior.

These seniors can still get a tax break for charitable contributions even if they don’t itemize

Here's a tax strategy that can lower the tax bill for some seniors required to take distributions from their retirement plans.

With its ties in Washington, Boeing has taken over more and more of the FAA’s job

Critics say delegating oversight may have contributed to Boeing, and the federal government, missing potential software and hardware flaws in the 737 Max 8.

‘A punch in the gut’: Farmers hit by tariffs see crops swept away by flood

Agriculture losses are mounting across the Midwest in the wake of historic floods.

GM stages $1.4 billion U.S. investment announcement to appease Trump

The spending at a Michigan factory is not a direct result of the president’s pushing, two people familiar with the matter said.