Money Madness: AP analysis shows growing gap in NCAA payouts

In this combination of NCAA college basketball tournament photos, Murray State’s Ja Morant, left, scrambles for the ball on March 21, 2019, in Hartford, Conn., and Belmont’s Dylan Windler, right, rebounds March 19, 2019, in Dayton, Ohio. Morant and Windler were two of the top stories of the tournament’s first week, leading their mid-major conference teams to victories. Those wins […]

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Valid or voodoo? Monetary theory may appeal in Europe's 'age of rage'

LONDON (Reuters) – Having spent three years and more than 2.6 trillion euros ($3 trillion) trying to boost economic growth across the euro zone, the European Central Bank’s mixed record may open the door for a high-spending, radical alternative. With populist and anti-austerity parties looking to build support before European parliamentary elections in May just as growth withers, so-called Modern […]

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Despite bipartisan sheen, Trump's speech spoke to his base

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Even as he appealed for unity, President Donald Trump made it clear in his State of the Union address on Tuesday that his idea of common ground is having Democrats back his policy agenda and stop investigating his administration. For all of Trump’s talk about bridging “old divisions” and pursuing bipartisan initiatives, Trump previewed the well-trod themes […]

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It's been over a week and Wall Street still has some crucial questions about Tesla's earnings blow out

Tesla smashed expectations in with its most recent quarterly earnings report, turning a profit for only the 3rd time in its history. Still, Wall Street has noticed that a bunch of the numbers leave more questions about how Tesla got there. Plus, Tesla’s plans for the future are very ambitious. Even with this influx of cash, investors are wondering how […]

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