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Actress/activist Ruby Dee dies at 91
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Big change to frequent flyer programs
My sister inspired The Fault in Our Stars
Craig Timberg, Andrea Peterson and Ellen Nakashima
A wave of state laws passed over the past dozen years have required companies to notify customers about data breaches that affect them, but the laws rarely require companies to do so quickly.
Sun Catalytix, founded by a former M.I.T. chemistry professor, has since turned its attention to energy storage.
The U.S. economy grew slightly faster than it had first estimated.
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Consumers have grown more comfortable with plastic -- and they’re smarter about how they use it.
From more last-minute list-making to a heightened focus on labels, grocery shoppers are changing their behavior.
The 30-year fixed-rate average is unchanged at 4.1 percent. It hasn’t moved above 4.14 percent or below 4.1 percent since late June.
The credit helps offset the cost of the policy and is intended to make it more affordable.
The greatest market timer and the worst market timer fare about the same as the dollar-cost averager.
The swanky hybrid coupe is a good step toward better fuel economy, but it’s hard to justify the price.
The U.S. stock market is opening slightly higher as a series of reports on the U.S. economy rolls out.
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There was a time when the unemployment rate was good enough. It was long ago in an economy far, far away.
WHO warns that Ebola cases could top 20,000.
A look back at health care’s biggest stories of the summer — and what’s to come.
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After much criticism, the NFL commissioner admits “I didn’t get it right” and changes the league’s domestic violence policy.
The two sides in the epic Market Basket grocery battle have finally reached a deal.
A new survey finds that companies are devoting a record percentage of their compensation budget to paying annual bonuses.
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Julius Genachowski, who stepped down as Obama’s top telecom regulator just months ago, kickstarted the FCC’s cybersecurity efforts.
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