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Latest gross domestic product figure exceeds economist predictions by a half a percentage point.
Also, why marriage still matters.
The 30-year fixed-rate grew to 3.98 percent but remains below 4 percent for the third week in a row.
For-profit colleges will have to limit student debt in career-training programs or have federal funding cut.
The move comes about two months after an awkward management transition at Ferrari.
Just days after CVS and Rite-Aid shut down their ability to accept Apple Pay, the rival mobile system those retailers have backed has experienced a setback.
The U.S. is still as fat as ever. So why does the American dieting icon look so gaunt?
No judgment, but it’s time we understood the importance of marriage in upward economic trends.
This advice can be crucial for investors seeking help
The Vetter brothers from Annapolis turn mom’s secret sauce from tailgate parties into a $25 million business.
U.S. stocks are opening mixed as investors look over more earnings reports from big companies.
The Chapman University Survey of American Fears opens a window into our phobias.
Why the new IPCC “Synthesis Report” may be lowballing one of the worst consequences of global warming -- sea level rise.
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The San Francisco Giants manager followed the simplest but often hardest rule in leadership: Get out of the way.
The latest episode of the ‘Makers’ series interviews top female CEOs and pioneers about their careers.
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A survey from BlackRock finds younger workers are more optimistic about the job market and the economy than older counterparts. But they’re still worried about the long term.
Very few people actually want to pass Social Security’s problems on to the next generation.
The business world remains a place with few openly gay leaders.
A brief history of how cost cutting has led to U.S. launch failures.
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