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  • State lawmakers seek ban on Amazon-like incentives February 20, 2019
    Lawmakers in at least three states are pushing similar bills that would ban the states’ power to give corporate incentives like the kind offered to Amazon to locate its second headquarters. The bills in New York, Illinois and Arizona would ban the states from offering incentives to any specific company. Existing state incentive agreements would […]
    Jacob Fischler
  • High school e-cigarette use is exploding and reversing prevention gains February 11, 2019
    The number of young people using tobacco products has reached its highest level in years, as e-cigarette popularity is reversing recent progress on other products that contain nicotine, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Monday. In recent years, the overall proportion of high school students using any tobacco products fell, mainly due to […]
    Andrew Siddons
  • Financial utility turns to blockchain for credit derivatives January 23, 2019
    Bitcoin’s price took a beating last year, but blockchain, the technology that underpins the digital currency, continues to gain prominence in the financial industry, with the latest sign of interest coming from a financial utility company that’s adopting it for a derivatives platform. The Depository Trust and Clearing Corp., which is owned by several large […]
    Chris Marquette

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