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“Air travel oligopoly” are seeing record profits as fares hit 12-year high.
Edmunds.com predicts that by the time all automakers report sales on Wednesday, the total will rise about 5 percent for the best June since 2006.
The retailer has sold Trump’s ties and other menswear, but will drop the line after his recent disparaging remarks about Mexican immigrants.
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Many investors are questioning whether financial markets are out of sync with economic performance — and whether that heralds a potentially painful adjustment down the road.
D.C.-salad chain Sweetgreen collects $35 million to open more Washington area locations and expand to two new markets next year.
President wants to make up for inflation, but some business owners fear it may be too much for them.
Also, should a family dealing with terminal illness use part of an inheritance to make memories or save it?
As Richard Thaler explains, investors behave against their own interests — but you can outsmart your brain
Waiting till 70 is often advised due to longer life spans, but sometimes starting sooner makes most sense.
In the strange world of accounting, the currency’s strength is slicing both ways for American companies.
The family that brought A/C to Washington wants to manage your energy, too.
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U.S. stocks are closing higher as investors hope that a deal can be struck on Greece’s debt issues.
It took mortal danger for some unions to realize they’ve taken their membership for granted for too long.
The Greeks walk into a bar.
What the data show about church fires and arson in the U.S.
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