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A Blind Man Fulfills Mission To Make Legos Accessible For Visually Impaired

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Dairy Farmers Hurt By Trade War

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Why Many U.S. Companies Have Kept Production In China And Have No Plans Of Moving

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Oil Industry Group Responds To Methane Limit Rollback

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Designer Isaac Mizrahi (left) embraces Robert D'Loren, CEO of Xcel Brands, which once manufactured 70% of its clothes in China. Today that's down to about 20%. The company now manufacturers in a variety of countries, including Indonesia, India and Sri Lanka. Brendan McDermid/Reuters hide caption

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China Falls Out Of Fashion For Some U.S. Brands

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The Environmental Protection Agency has released a proposed rule that could roll back requirements on detecting and plugging methane leaks at oil and gas facilities. Charlie Riedel/AP hide caption

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Owned by Tencent, one of China's biggest companies, the WeChat app has more than 1 billion monthly users in China, and now serves users outside the country, too. Martin Bureau/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The pound was long the symbol of Britain's economic might. The chaos surrounding the country's 2016 decision to leave the European Union has sent the currency falling sharply. WPA Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Like The Empire Itself, The British Pound Is Not What It Used To Be

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Lord & Taylor Sold To Online Clothing Rental Startup For $100 Million

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Cummins CEO Discusses How U.S.-China Trade War Is Affecting The Engine Manufacturer

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