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Limo firms race to offer what the ride-sharing upstarts can’t: Brewery tours, shopping trips and shuttle services.
Founder Danny Meyer has an honest aversion to expanding too fast.
The electric slow cooker was supposed to usher in a new era for women in the workplace.
The D.C. area’s biggest contractors have mixed views on the prospects for federal spending.
Created by the executives behind EquityEats, the venue will feature multiple dining concepts each month
Try some mental math in a race against the clock.
New research suggests being green may just be how some people are.
Manage groups from your desktop or mobile device.
Couples often don’t realize there’s a financial aspect to their relationship — and that it needs to be discussed.
Not just Uber: Tech firms are uniquely poised to topple old, entrenched businesses in many industries
Yahoo will create a new company that will own its 384 million Alibaba shares as well as a small Yahoo business.
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Steven Mufson and Ed O’Keefe
The plan includes a public works program, a tax on corportate overseas profits and pay raises.
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