Consider Drygiving the antidote to Drinksgiving.

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A House committee approved a bill to protect small businesses from predatory lenders who seize their assets without warning using a legal instrument called a confession of judgment.

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Big technology companies faced another congressional inquiry on Thursday, as the House Small Business Committee questioned executives from Amazon.com Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google about whether their market dominance unfairly hinders upstart companies.

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Venture capital investors are flocking to Singapore despite uncertainty around U.S.-China trade relations, even as businesses hold back spending, according to Peter Ong, chairman of Enterprise Singapore.

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Optimism among U.S. small-business owners rose slightly in October from a six-month low as capital spending plans improved, indicating stable but cooler economic growth.

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President Donald Trump said he’s planning to meet with vaping-industry representatives and medical professionals as the White House considers new limits on the sale of e-cigarettes.

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U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper makes a rare trip to Wall Street to celebrate Veteran’s Day by ringing the closing bell at Nasdaq and taking part in a question and answer session at Goldman Sachs Group Inc. hosted by Chief Executive Officer David Solomon.

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HP Inc.’s board is still deliberating over a $33 billion takeover proposal from Xerox Holdings Corp., people familiar with the matter said, adding uncertainty to a potential blockbuster deal that would reshape the printing industry.

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As Hong Kong’s leaders hunt for a political solution to the months-long impasse with protesters, officials are trying to prop up the deteriorating economy with fiscal spending.

  • Eric Lam and Enda Curran | Bloomberg
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As Hong Kong’s leaders hunt for a political solution to the months-long impasse with protesters, officials are trying to prop up the deteriorating economy with fiscal spending.

  • Eric Lam and Enda Curran | Bloomberg
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Extreme weather means Midwest farm country, usually green, looks brown from orbit.

Farmers in America's corn and soy belts have faced up to four times as much rain as they normally get in the last two months, making it difficult to plant their crops.

Sequestration would force the government to cut $1.2 trillion. But how much is that exactly? Here’s a little context for small businesses.