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A top Fed official has a big proposal for how the central bank should change what it does
Todd C. Frankel
The Salton Sea in the Sonoran Desert needs more water. So does about every other place in the state.
Thousands of troops who were charged excess interest on their student loans by Navient Solutions will start getting checks in the mail next month for up to $100,000.
The brand is in tough shape, and its new chief executive, Paula Schneider, has no illusions about it.
Our rundown of news affecting start-ups and small businesses.
Josh Boak | AP
Americans signed contracts to buy homes in April at the fastest pace in nearly nine years, evidence that steady job growth is strengthening the real estate market.
The 30-year fixed-rate average climbed to 3.87 percent and has risen 22 basis points in the past five weeks.
COLUMN | A survey shows that more people need to learn about the college savings accounts.
The recovery is not evenly distributed, and a few factors have a major influence on whether you feel it.
If you invest in master limited partnerships, you can get stuck with a big tax bill.
Interstate views moving furniture as a skill to be mastered: “Use the legs, not the back.”
Ken Sweet | AP
U.S. stocks fell slightly Thursday, following a sell-off in the Chinese market and continued worries about the approaching debt payment deadline for cash-starved Greece.
Hollywood just partied like it’s 1998 -- and not in a good way.
Ylan Q. Mui
The potential Republican presidential candidate drew criticism for dismissing concerns about mandatory ultrasounds
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Boxed CEO Chieh Huang said he would set aside a double-digit percentage of his personal stake in the company to pay for it.
The World Cup’s massive reach makes it exceedingly hard for brands to walk away, even as their own corporate reputations take a hit.
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A hearing on Tuesday will give lawmakers a chance to question IRS officials about how criminals were able to access records for more than 100,000 taxpayers.
The latest grab for tax data shows identity thieves are gathering more information that can help them slip by IRS filters -- and making consumers even more vulnerable.
Google and GoPro want you to join the virtual reality revolution.
Crypto Wars, redux.
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