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More than 10,000 miners have lost jobs over the past two-and-a-half years in southern West Virginia and Eastern Kentucky, and their plight illustrates how, even amid an economic recovery, certain segments of the workforce are being shut out.
The U.S. economy grew slightly faster than it had first estimated.
The 30-year fixed-rate average is unchanged at 4.1 percent. It hasn’t moved above 4.14 percent or below 4.1 percent since late June.
Liberal arts and business majors are more likely to say they’re underemployed.
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The FBI is investigating cyberattacks against the computers of JPMorgan Chase and other U.S. banks.
Bank of America agrees to steer at least $30 million of the $17 billion settlement to consumer relief efforts
After June showed some promise, July’s numbers have undercut hopes of a summer turnaround.
The credit helps offset the cost of the policy and is intended to make it more affordable.
The greatest market timer and the worst market timer fare about the same as the dollar-cost averager.
After an uphill battle with debt, Nick Baucom’s conservative approach propels movers forward.
Worsening tensions in Ukraine are sending markets lower, overshadowing an encouraging report on U.S. economic growth.
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There are mixed signals on U.S. finances from the CBO.
A 2004 poll asked Americans what they thought of a device that lets you keep the person in front of you from reclining their seat.
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