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Trump hasn't attacked drug prices like he promised during his first year in office
President Donald Trump has repeatedly condemned high drug prices, but hasn't done much to lower them one year in office.
Rising mortgage rates could mean even fewer homes for sale this spring
The spring housing market is just around the corner and this year it will be more competitive than ever.
White House's Mulvaney: Chances of government shutdown are currently 50-50
Mick Mulvaney, chief of the Office of Management and Budget, said that odds of a shutdown occurring are 50-50.
Nike shares jump after analyst predicts a rally on new sneaker sales
Wedbush Securities raises its rating to outperform from neutral for Nike shares.
Investor 'fear of missing out' runs wild as record amount of money flows into stocks the last four weeks
Investors looking to get a piece of the latest market surge poured cash into stock funds at the highest pace ever over the past four weeks.
Consumer sentiment falls in January, while tax reform viewed with optimism
U.S. consumer sentiment was expected to rise in the January mid-month reading.
Why employees say workplace sexual harassment goes unreported
A new survey shows many victims of workplace sexual harassment remain silent.
A crucial German vote this Sunday is seen as the key near-term driver for euro/dollar
Merkel's future as Germany's chancellor is at risk if the ballot goes against her.
GOP Sen. Portman to Democrats: Shutting down the government doesn't end well
Only 61 percent of men believe a wage gap exists, new study finds
Women aren't feeling too great about their overall treatment in the workplace, either.
A new blood test detected 8 kinds of cancer early — and it could transform the way cancer is diagnosed
Hollis Johnson/Business Insider A new blood test identified eight major cancer types in most cases. It reported a 70% success rate in early reports. The test is a long way from widespread use — but could be a game-changer in cancer treatment when it arrives. Scientists are reporting progress o...
Starbucks tests a cashless store in Seattle (SBUX)
BI Intelligence This story was delivered to BI Intelligence "Payments Briefing" subscribers hours before appearing on Business Insider. To be the first to know, please click here. Starbucks is running a single-location cashless pilot in a store located in the lobby of a Seattle-based office build...
A day in the life of the average person in 2038, when artificial intelligence will grant everyone services currently reserved for the rich
Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images Microsoft president Brad Smith and EVP of AI and research Harry Shum have a new book about artificial intelligence called "The Future Computed." In it, they outline Microsoft's predictions and policy proposals around AI development. Shum told Business Insider that in ...
'Subway is dying': Battles at HQ are killing the world's largest fast-food chain — and many franchisees are turning against the CEO
Kate Taylor Subway's public-relations crises and inability to keep up with trends are merely the tip of the iceberg of the company's problems. Franchisees say executives have been slow to innovate and have made decisions that are killing business. Divisions are present in the company's headquar...
Amazon is rising after hiking the price of a monthly Prime membership (AMZN)
David Ryder/Getty Images Amazon's stock price rose on Friday after it announced it was increasing its monthly subscription fees. Amazon Prime memberships are a crucial part of the company's ecommerce empire because they represent loyal customers who spend the most on its platforms. You can view ...
The best smartwatches you can buy
The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships so we may get a share of the revenue from your purchase. The Insider Pick: We tested dozens of smartwatches to find the best ones. After much testing, we found that the Apple Watch Seri...
Russia is reportedly shipping its advanced S-400 anti-aircraft missile system to China
REUTERS/Grigory Dukor MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia has started delivering its S-400 surface-to-air missile system to China under the terms of a contract signed in 2014, the TASS news agency cited an unnamed source in the Russian military-industrial complex as saying on Thursday. "The implementation ...
Meghan Markle's diet is surprisingly easy to follow — here's what she eats in a day
Larry Busacca/ Getty Images Meghan Markle is a foodie at heart. The soon-to-be royal enjoys cooking, eating, and entertaining. She indulges in wine and french fries, but makes sure to always drink her green juice. Markle has mastered enjoying new foods and family meals. Actress Meghan Mark...
Terry Crews explains how going public with his allegation of sexual assault changed him as a businessman
Kevin Winter/Getty Terry Crews said it's a "good thing" he went public with his allegation that he was groped by a Hollywood executive because it showed him who his real friends were in Hollywood. The actor said if he had stayed quiet, "I would have gone for years thinking these people had my ba...
These are the leading credit card processing companies (JPM, BAC, C, WFC, VNTV, TSS, BCS, FDC, WPG)
BI IntelligenceCredit card processors are mostly responsible for data transmission and security when you use your card at a store or online to make a purchase. There are two types of processors in the payment-card system. Front-end processors route transactions from merchants to the cardholder's ...
Belichick barely addresses Brady injury
Patriots coach Bill Belichick barely addressed quarterback Tom Brady's injury in a news conference on Friday morning.
Sources: Hornets open to trading PG Walker
The Hornets have been encouraging teams to make offers for Kemba Walker and are willing to use the All-Star point guard to incentivize a trade that includes one of Charlotte's less desirable contracts, sources told ESPN.
Wieber testifies: 'I am a victim of Larry Nassar'
Jordyn Wieber gave her impact at the Larry Nassar sentencing hearing, saying the former Team USA physician has "caused me to feel shame and confusion."
Do top teams have recruits ready to take over for NFL draft hopefuls?
Sam Darnold is among the key players leaving early for the NFL. The USC Trojans and other top teams have recruits ready to step in.
Sources: Alabama promotes Locksley to OC
Alabama coach Nick Saban is staying in-house for his next offensive coordinator, with sources telling ESPN that Mike Locksley will be promoted to the position.
Don't look now, but Rafa's on a roll
He's the No. 1 seed, and yet no one is really talking about Rafael Nadal. Perhaps they will after another dominating performance Down Under.
2017 AFC-NFC championship game predictions: Super Bowl finalists will be ...
Will the Jaguars give the Patriots a run for their money? Which backup QB will lead his team to the NFC title? ESPN's reporters make their picks.
Golden Knights' next moves? Trade James Neal, lock in William Karlsson
The Golden Knights are showing no signs of slowing down. They swept their season series with the NHL-leading Lightning, signed several players to extensions and made it clear they won't be sellers at the trade deadline. Here's what Vegas should do next.
Are the Red Sox going to sign J.D. Martinez or what? Here's what we know
Boston needs him. He appears to need Boston. A deal for baseball's top free-agent slugger is inevitable ... right?
After coming out of left field as a rookie surprise, Rhys Hoskins prepares for stardom -- in left field
Philadelphia's breakout slugger snuck up on everyone during his record-setting debut. Now, he's adjusting to life as a known quantity while trying to master a new position.
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Why you need to budget weekly (not monthly)
Though many popular budgeting programs are set up to help you allocate your money by the month, you'll gain greater control by budgeting weekly.
'American Woman' with Brooke Baldwin
Trailblazing women share personal stories of success and failure; who aren't afraid to talk politics, frustration and hope.
Rape in DR Congo: An economic war on women's bodies
A nameless woman is beaten, raped and then beheaded in a public square in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) She is a new victim in a brutal conflict that has gripped a sedate region of Congo for a year.
Look out Red Bull. Monster is flying
Monster has become the top energy drink maker in the United States, controlling 43% of the market.
Here's what to watch in Congress: 'This is going to get worse before it gets better'
The government will shut down at 12:00:01 a.m. ET, Saturday morning. Nobody on either side -- Senate or House; Republican or Democrat -- sees a different path at this point.
Douglas Coupland: 'I no longer remember my pre-internet brain'
Douglas Coupland outlines his "unified theory of everything" about our complicated relationship with the technologies we create.
Three Amazon finalists are inside the Beltway. What gives?
Three of Amazon's 20 finalists for its second headquarters are in the Washington, D.C. region, which may have more to do with pitting each of the government against one another than anything else.
Woman who started France's #MeToo campaign faces lawsuit by man she accused
The woman who began France's own version of the #MeToo movement is being sued for slander by the man she accused of making lewd comments about her.
Baltimore mayor ousts police commissioner
Baltimore's mayor on Friday ousted city Police Commissioner Kevin Davis in favor of one of his deputies, saying the city wasn't reducing violence fast enough amid a soaring homicide rate.
Horse breeders struggling as Cape Town drought bites
Cape Town, South Africa could run out of water in 95 days.
Suicide pact trial: Natasha Gordon jailed over Rutland Water death
Natasha Gordon was described as a "suicide advocate" who encouraged a postman to end his life.
Oxford student Oliver Mears rape case dropped by CPS
Oxford scholar Oliver Mears paused his studies while the accusation was "hanging over his head".
John Worboys release will not be challenged by government
Victims will legally fight the decision to release rapist John Worboys but the government will not.
Smiling Macron and May pose for selfie
UK PM tweets a photo of her and the French President with guests at the V&A after an Anglo-French summit.
'Get home early' weather advice from Police Scotland
Police say people should travel home early to avoid the worst of the weather conditions.
Australian Open 2018: Jelena Ostapenko beaten by Anett Kontaveit; Caroline Wozniacki through
World number seven Jelena Ostapenko is beaten by Estonia's Anett Kontaveit in the third round of the Australian Open.
Russian social media defends air cadets dancing in underwear
Would-be pilots saved from expulsion after social media steps in to defend their 'fooling around'.
Alexis Sanchez: Gossip column extra on a possible move to Manchester United from to Arsenal
BBC Sport's David Ornstein and Simon Stone discuss the details of the imminent transfer of Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal to Manchester United.
President Putin plunges into icy water to mark Epiphany
Russian President Vladimir Putin has taken part in a traditional Orthodox ritual to mark the feast of Epiphany.
Data-stealing spyware 'traced to Lebanon'
Nation-state malware dubbed Dark Caracal uncovered by security researchers.