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Study They reported at least one suicide attempt in the last year, the study found. Boards are very conscious of the concept of interlocking boards. People compete for stature, and the ideas often just tag along. Safer financial system yet much hasn't changed A decade later: I should get the food in a couple of days.

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Henri Bendel, year-old luxury retailer, closes the doors Luxury retailer Henri Bendel, which opened its doors in New York's Greenwich Village at the end of the 19th century, turns out the lights. US industrial production rose a solid 0. US industrial production rose a healthy 0. US retail sales up just 0. US retail sales rise 0. Stocks continue to rise on hopes for trade war cease-fire Global stock markets are up again on hopes that the United States and China will call time-out in their escalating trade feud.

Asian shares continue rally after Wall Street gains Asian shares are mostly higher Friday, continuing their rally after gains on Wall Street and hopes that regional trade tensions may ease. Fed member sees more interest rates hikes A central banker says he believes growth remains strong despite increasing uncertainty over trade tensions, saying he expects interest rates to Sears sales decline improved in latest quarter; shares soar Sears Holdings Corp. VW to stop making iconic Beetle next summer Volkswagen says it will stop making its iconic Beetle in July of next year.

How major US stock indexes fared Thursday U. Target to hire , for holidays; UPS, FedEx beefing up Target plans to hire more than , people for the busy holiday shopping season, and UPS and FedEx say they're adding workers to handle all that Technology companies lead indexes higher Stocks are closing higher on Wall Street as technology companies rose following a recent bout of weakness.

Average US mortgage rates climb; year at 4. Global oil production hits a new record, led by US and OPEC The world's supply of oil hits a record million barrels a day, another sign of oil's dominance in the energy market. For homebuyers, mortgages are safer but tougher to come by Now and then: Banks dropped their easy lending ways after racking up billions in losses from mortgages gone bad after the housing bubble burst, What's changed in US financial system since '08, at a glance What has changed in the US financial system since , at a glance.

Safer financial system yet much hasn't changed A decade later: A safer financial system emerged from crisis, yet much hasn't changed. US business leaders with political aspirations A look at some notable US business leaders and entrepreneurs who have had political aspirations. How fund investing has changed In the decade since the financial crisis, investors have been changing not only what they invest in but how they do so.

In 'golden age' of branded credit cards, shoppers cash in Competition is driving branded credit cards to offer higher rewards for everyday spending. US consumer prices rose an annual 2. World stocks rise on report of US-China trade talks Many global markets are higher following a report that the U.

Closed ports, lost power: How storm could hurt area economy Closed businesses, drowned livestock, washed-away cars: Hurricane's likely economic impact. Infection, electrocution and injury: Florence's floodwaters may carry hidden dangers Sep Hidden dangers in Florence's floodwaters. Teen mental health problems on the rise. Family of Smart's kidnapper won't take her in.

Probiotics -- not much proof they work: Latest Health Video 2: Hurricane Florence flooding brings health risks. People benefit from just 13 minutes of exercise, study finds.

Genetically modified mosquitoes could eradicate malaria. Amazing advancements against cancer, but not everyone benefits. FDA calls e-cigarettes 'an epidemic' among minors. Barbara Feder Ostrov on her Prudence Hall story. How one mom changed an organ transplant policy to save her dying daughter. Can you give up added sugar for a whole month?

Doctors providing opioids without proper documentation: Olivia Newton-John reveals that her breast cancer has returned. Why Jennifer Garner's nutritionist starts every day with a smoothie.

Latest Health Headlines Sep Family of Smart's kidnapper won't take her in: Niece Days before het release from prison, fears about whether a woman who helped in the kidnapping of then-teenager Elizabeth Smart remains a threat and Florence's floodwaters may carry hidden dangers Floodwaters carry hidden risks that cause electrocution, injury and infection.

Kids, teen, college student mental health problems on the rise A new WHO report adds to a wave of studies about teen mental health problems.

Las Vegas shooting survivors, health care providers reunite Survivors of the mass shooting in Las Vegas have reunited with the doctors and nurses who cared for them at an area hospital after the massacre. New US survey shows some progress against opioid crisis A U.

Lawsuit aims to block Trump 'short-term' health plans Patient advocates sue to block Trump administration's 'short-term' health insurance plans. FDA plans meeting to discuss safety data on breast implants U. Zimbabwe's government criticized over cholera outbreak Zimbabwe's government criticized over cholera outbreak that has killed 25, spread from capital.

Some Bob Evans sausage links recalled, may contain plastic The Agriculture Department says Bob Evans Farms is recalling nearly 47, pounds of pork sausage links because they might contain pieces of plastic. No progress as US, Cuba meet on mysterious 'health attacks' Cuba said Thursday the United States is continuing to withhold important information that could help in the investigation into mysterious incidents Funds for Florida health insurance helpers cut by millions The Trump administration has slashed funding for the second year in a row for counselors who help consumers sign up for health insurance through the Long-term effects of ADHD?

Study links disorder to Parkinson's, but don't be alarmed It's the first study to relate the conditions, but it doesn't prove causality. Inside the effort to protect the elderly Perhaps no other population is as vulnerable during a hurricane as older adults.