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Michael Bayne attends Arizona State University. (For The Post)
For the first time, families are paying more of the cost of public university tuition than state governments.
Here’s a look at who is moving where in the greater Washington job market.
How three entrepreneurs are using smartphones and social media to power grassroots advocacy.
Greece’s banks, not its debt, are what might force it out of the euro, as it gets ready to fight Europe over austerity.
Customers flocked to the Shake Shack in Dupont Circle Friday, just hours after the company’s shares hit the stock market.
Life sciences companies across D.C., Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia raised just $77.3M during 2014
Limo firms race to offer what the ride-sharing upstarts can’t: Brewery tours, shopping trips and shuttle services.
Couples often don’t realize there’s a financial aspect to their relationship — and that it needs to be discussed.
Not just Uber: Tech firms are uniquely poised to topple old, entrenched businesses in many industries
Yahoo will create a new company that will own its 384 million Alibaba shares as well as a small Yahoo business.
Warren Brown finds the car nearly perfect but fairly pricey.
The U.S. stock market capped a rough month Friday, delivering its third loss in five days and extending its declines for the year.
We all want better quality health care, but the trouble is agreeing on what “quality” is.
Detention has affected black teens more harshly — even those who commit few crimes.
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The Seattle Seahawks coach offers us an example of how to emerge stronger after an earlier career mistake.
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The job market is rebounding, but repairing credit can take a long, long time.
People sticking with their New Year’s resolutions of losing weight feel more confident about their chances when they have their finances in order.
NBC is streaming the game free to tablets and computer viewers
The changes come as the company faces heat from lawmakers and privacy advocates.
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