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Trump dissolves business councils
After many CEOs dropped out over the president's response to violence in Charlottesville, Trump is ending his Manufacturing Jobs Initiative and Strategic and Policy Forum. Read More
Are corporations becoming our moral compass?
As demonstrated this week by the breakup of Trump's business councils, CEOs have growing political power when it comes to forcing an agenda change. Richard Quest explains in this week's "Quest's Profitable Moment." Read More
Political State: School and House Rock
This week, the Political State gang discusses the threat of legal action against the Legislature from Oklahoma's largest school district and the war of words that followed. Read More
8 Must-Read Stories You Might Have Missed
Eight must-read NewsOK stories you might have missed. Read More
School-bus driver shortage across the US sparks growing concern
As a new school year nears for more than 50 million U.S. students, many districts worry how they will get children to school. Read More
A breakdown of legislation and educational funding
Analysis with Ben Felder about the proposed OKC Schools lawsuit, the legislative response and the state of educational funding in Oklahoma. Read More
Tech companies banishing extremists after Charlottesville
Tech companies are taking a firmer stand against accounts used to promote hate and violence following racial violence in Virginia. Read More
The World's Highest-Paid Actresses 2017: Emma Stone Leads With $26 Million
The world's 10 highest-paid actresses tallied a combined $172.5 million between June 2016, and June 2017. Meet the stars raking in millions. Read More
U.S., Canada and Mexico begin NAFTA negotations
As talks begin to renegotiate this 23-year old trade pact, Clare Sebastian looks at the "New" NAFTA and why it matters. Read More
Costco owes Tiffany $19.4 million for fake Tiffany rings, judge rules
A federal judge on Monday said Tiffany & Co may recover at least $19.4 million in damages from Costco Wholesale over the warehouse club chain's illegal sale of counterfeit diamond engagement rings bearing the "Tiffany" name. Read More
Netflix Co-Founder’s Crazy Plan: Pay $10 a Month, Go to the Movies All You Want
MoviePass wants to subsidize your film habit, letting you go to the theater once a day for about the price of a single ticket. Read More
These retailers filed for bankruptcy this year
Once-popular brands like Rue21 and RadioShack filed for bankruptcy in 2017. Here's a look at the ongoing retail apocalypse. Read More
Amazon looks to new food technology for home delivery
Amazon.com Inc is exploring a technology first developed for the U.S. military to produce tasty prepared meals that do not need refrigeration, as it looks for new ways to muscle into the $700 billion U.S. grocery business. Read More
Why stocks don't measure the health of the economy
The stock market is hitting records, but not everyone is feeling it. Christine Romans explains why surging stocks are a measure of corporate America's health, but not a pulse check for the economy. Read More
Political State Podcast: A tax by any other name
This week the Political State crew discusses the state Supreme Court ruling on a cigarette “fee” that is actually a tax, setting up a likely special session of the Legislature and continued budget challenges for the state. Read More