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Government data released Friday show that the economy added 209,000 jobs in July — the sixth straight month that hiring has surpassed the psychological benchmark of 200,000.
— Ronald T. Wilcox
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When couples argue about finances, it’s often just a manifestation of another problem.
Hot new area in human resource management aims to bring “big data” to corporate hiring and promotion.
Warren Brown finds the compact luxury car just right for a quick getaway.
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Small businesses claimed 23 percent of all federal work last year, but their total haul declines as spending slows.
By combining efforts, the two mental health nonprofits will expand services in Northern Virginia.
May is never a fine time for rational debates about how we fund our highways.
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