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DIGGER | They were hurt by the slowdown in federal spending and desire for more urban locations.
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U.S. consumers spent just slightly more in February even though their income rose by a healthy amount.
Our rundown of news affecting start-ups and small businesses.
International sanctions, low world oil prices and the expense of helping regional allies have weighed on a country that could be growing faster.
After 75 years in the meat business, the Alafoginis family’s legacy is as full-bodied as its dry-aged beef.
— Compiled by Aaron Gregg
Here’s a look at who is moving where in the greater Washington job market.
The high-power data nerd almost did not graduate from high school. Now he uses big data to tackle big issues.
These short-term loans rarely are — so they’re great business for lenders, but not for consumers.
If a columnist writes about other people’s financial errors, he has to admit his own. Mea culpa.
Despite is high profile, the famous stock average isn’t useful as an investment tool.
Stocks indexes are climbing sharply at midday following some encouraging news on consumer spending and home sales.
Drug use, poverty and limited access to affordable health care drove the problem.
How the world’s biggest metro systems size up
Blogging isn’t dead. At least, Ben Bernanke, former chairman of the Federal Reserve, doesn’t think so.
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At Google, Laszlo Bock’s team has examined questions like: What’s the ideal number of interviewers needed to assess a job candidate?
Being in a position of authority doesn’t mean you’re a leader.
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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will meet with a group of Corinthian Colleges’ students who refuse to repay their federal loans.
Put it off in your 20s and you’ll pay handsomely to make up the savings for the rest of your life.
The telco’s app could rely largely on advertising for revenue, making it much cheaper than its rivals.
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A San Francisco jury found that the prestigious firm did not discriminate against the former junior partner.
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