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The world’s largest fast-food chain says the move is aimed at reinvigorating its business after another quarter of sinking profits.
The chairman of the NRC will leave in January for a teaching job at George Washington University.
The Fairfax-based tech contractor is trying to keep up with customers’ evolving demands, the CEO said.
The District and Maryland fared better but still appear to be lagging the rest of the country in employment.
The office supplies retailer has contacted law enforcement about a “potential issue involving credit card data.“
SilverSky designs cloud-based systems; counts Goldman Sachs among its investors.
Advice may be cheap but making mistakes in money matters is not, especially on these topics.
A recent side effect of the Fed chair’s policies has been the dumping of stocks, commodities and junk bonds.
Warren Brown applauds the move away from gasoline, if not the limited driving range.
The stock market had its best day of the year as investors applauded solid earnings from U.S. companies and economic growth in China.
Some #realtalk from the vice president of the state of our roads, airports and ports.
It turns out people will look for a better deal on care. The trick is helping them shop in the first place.
Most have supported the President’s positions well over 90% of the time.
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Two weeks after Satya Nadella’s gaffe over women and raises, Microsoft discloses the chief executive’s $84 million pay package.
Former GM executive Bob Lutz on leadership, Mary Barra and the auto industry’s culture.
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Retirement writer Martha M. Hamilton pairs a couple with financial experts to help them decide if they’re ready to cover health care and living expenses in retirement.
When future retirement benefits get cut, workers need to redo the math on their retirement planning and focus on the factors in their control, financial advisers say.
For Apple and others, more streaming could mean a media landscape in which more producers think outside the cable box.
Hackers try to collect user names, passwords and other private information as the company releases its newest round of iPhones in the world’s most populous country.
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