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Meghan Markle wedding highlights battle royal for British web streamers

Growing American interest in British television shows has created a new class of people willing to pay a few dollars each month beyond their subscriptions.

Oil was the only thing keeping Venezuela afloat. Now the government is too dysfunctional to even pump it.

Venezuela leads the world in two things: oil reserves and incompetence. What else can you say about an oil-based economy that’s falling apart despite the fact that oil prices have risen more than 50 percent over the past year?

How Corporate America is trying to foster more real talk about race

More companies are having open conversations about race that go beyond scripted diversity programs.

EPA moves to rescind rules inspired by Texas blast that killed 15

The 2013 explosion at a fertilizer plant prompted the agency to make serious changes to regulations about how companies store dangerous flammable chemicals and how they develop risk-management plans.

Elon Musk doesn’t want anyone slowing down his plan to dig tunnels under Los Angeles

His plan for Loop — a zero-emission, high speed rail project — sounds like it should have been a sure thing in a stalled city. Instead, some residents and city officials are voicing opposition.

Everything your family needs to know when you die

Organizing your financial documents in a safe place is the most important thing you can do for your loved ones.

Why open plan offices are like a nudist beach

They tend to leave female workers feeling scrutinized for their appearance.

How Coinbase is building a cryptocurrency empire

Silicon Valley startups boast about disrupting everything. Coinbase did the opposite — and it is now the go-to exchange for bitcoin.

Even Buffett learned the hard way: The long-term pain of short-term strategies

With luck, maybe “long term” investing will someday supplant “shareholder value.” And we investors — and our society — will all be better off.

Mortgage rates reach levels not seen in seven years

Meanwhile, the combination of higher rates and tough buyers’ market are taking a toll on application volume.