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More than 10,000 miners have lost jobs over the past two-and-a-half years in southern West Virginia and Eastern Kentucky, and their plight illustrates how, even amid an economic recovery, certain segments of the workforce are being shut out.
For cars, there are mechanics. For corporate data breaches, there are Chris Cwalina and Steve Roosa.
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.
You can see exactly how many people viewed and engaged with your tweets, the demographic breakdown of your followers, etc.
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 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 Standard & Poor’s 500 is ending the week at a record high after a day of quiet trading.
A study over decades of young Baltimoreans offers insight into who succeeds and why.
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No city sends students to American universities quite like Seoul, South Korea.
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