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  1. A landlord can make more money renting out Airbnbs than by leasing units. But that moves apartments, condos or single-family homes off the housing market, worsening Seattle's lack of affordable housing.

  2. Thinking of starting a career day trading? Well, think again.

  3. Comcast's talks with Fox "never got the level of engagement needed to make a definitive offer," the company said in a statement to the Wall Street Journal.

  4. Sarah Durbin, who joined the organization as CEO in December 2016, left in September.

  5. Eliminating the federal deduction for state income taxes could spur more wealthy Californians to move to low-tax states such as Texas.

  6. Sweetie Pie’s Kitchen, which was located at 4270 Manchester Ave. and has since closed its doors, owes Kuna more than $48,000 in overdue debt, interest and attorney’s fees, according to court documents.

  7. The tax, which is one of the big funding mechanisms for the Affordable Care Act, was battled by manufacturers for years and was targeted by GOP lawmakers in the past. But neither the Senate nor the House tax bills say anything about it.

  8. Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian said he would use tax savings to buy equipment and pay down debt. The airline does not pay federal corporate taxes due to financial losses in years past, but is set to start in 2019.

  9. Pegasus is planning to buy and manage properties in the Permian Basin at a time when concerns are growing about the glut of natural gas slowing down oil production in the famed Texas fields.

  10. The newly released report was filed in coordination with the Metro Council ordinance that will place Barry's $5.4 billion mass-transit overhaul on the May ballot.

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