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Drew Harwell and Michael A. Fletcher
More than 30 million cars and trucks nationwide are equipped with dangerously defective air bags, congressional officials say, a number that raises questions about whether the industry can handle what could become the largest recall in history.
Mayor Gray lashes out State Department’s effort to acquire 13 acres in the center of District’s redevelopment plan.
The money will be used to create a research center focused on the nexus of business and society.
After selling his start-up to Monster, Kazanjy shares important lessons he learned about sustaining momentum.
One is hawking $3,950 python and and bamboo handbags and the other is selling $88 super-skinny jeans, but they face the same underlying challenge.
Investors seem to be growing weary of the company’s strategy to sacrifice profitability in the name of long-term success.
Procter & Gamble is removing its batteries and making Duracell a stand-alone company.
Aspiring homeowners who have student loans said the debt was blocking them from buying.
“Fiduciaries” have a much stricter duty and legal obligation than those who operate under “suitability” rules.
Warren Brown says it’s a sheep in Jeep’s clothing — but it fills a niche.
The stock market is closing out its best week in almost two years as earnings gains from Microsoft and others got investors in a buying mood.
Cannabis could be a $35 billion dollar industry - if the federal government lets it.
Why you shouldn’t fear the subway — even if an Ebola patient has been on board.
Study: Democrats are more likely than Republicans to believe in fortune-telling, astrology and ghosts
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A new report from Bank of America Merrill Lynch found a jump in participation among younger workers. But the growth wasn’t entirely due to choice.
A California firm has been awarded a $270,000, one-year contract to quickly extract the data trapped in U.S. Senate candidates’ dead-tree financial disclosures.
Two telecom companies allegedly stored customer data online with no safeguards. Now the FCC is getting involved.
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