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Slow start to New York’s legal pot market leaves farmers holding the bag

State leaders had always planned to gear up the market in stages, giving a chance for a diverse set of participants to get a toe-hold. The state's process for licensing new dispensaries, however, has moved at a far slower pace than expected.

Marketing for ‘protein-packed’ trail mix may have violated FDA rules, judge finds

A federal judge on Thursday mostly declined to throw out a suit alleging that New Jersey-based Gourmet Nut misled consumers about its "protein-packed" trail mix.

Wall Street rallies as debt ceiling fiasco resolves and job numbers exceed expectations

It remains to be seen whether the Federal Reserve will “skip” its next meeting in two weeks, but investors are betting that gangbusters job numbers and a resolved debt-ceiling crisis will lead to an interest-rate pause.

Biden to address country on debt ceiling deal

The president is expected to sign legislation this weekend to avoid a national default ahead of Monday's deadline.

Hiring surges as US employers add 339,000 jobs

Labor market growth beat expectations again as the Fed weighs whether to keep raising interest rates.

GOP mutiny not enough to sink House passage of debt limit compromise

Democrats reached across the aisle to help give the measure a push through the lower chamber just days before a projected default.