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Unemployment is falling, but wages still aren’t rising. Is that because companies didn’t want to lower pay during the crisis?
Marco Rubio’s new tax plan seeks a balance but may not calm the usual criticism of his party as ally of the rich.
Sarah Halzack and Lenny Bernstein
The chain, which has struggled to stay relevant, said the change would take two years.
The retailer is going after Hispanics and urbanites to recover from the recession and a major data breach.
Recent history suggests we should wait a couple months and check back.
Our rundown of news affecting start-ups and small businesses.
Steven Mufson and Katie Zezima
The Israeli prime minister forcefully argued that a deal to keep Iran’s nuclear ambitions in check would have the opposite effect.
Consumers need to be vigilant in making sure their personal data is secure.
The immediate impact is negative, but the longer-term effects are more positive.
Two sets of numbers explain why pensions went from fat and happy to undernourished and desperate.
Northern Virginia entrepreneur leaves 100k job tending satellites for dream.
U.S. stocks sank Wednesday, pulling indexes further below record highs hit earlier in the week. The drop was modest but broad: nine of the 10 sectors in the Standard & Poor’s 500 index lost ground.
Blacks make up two thirds of Ferguson’s population, but account for 93 percent of all arrests.
Blacks account for two thirds of the city’s population but 95 percent of jaywalking charges.
Roberto A. Ferdman
Indian food still isn’t as popular as it should be
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Many people who get merit increases don’t feel more valued after receiving one.
Wal-Mart, eBay and Exxon have each been hit with proposals to publicly disclose pay disparities between male and female employees.
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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is taking a closer look at mandatory arbitration clauses, which large financial firms often stick in the fine print for credit cards, payday loans and other consumer products.
After years of public criticism over the aggressive practices of some of its debt collectors, the agency is canceling contracts.
The company has come under fire for striking a controversial deal in Australia. Now its CFO is giving Netflix an even bigger headache.
Nabi 2 tablets are a new feature for Uber Family cars -- but only in the DMV.
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