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Michael A. Fletcher
Residents of the nation’s highest-income majority-black county have seen the housing crisis ravage their wealth, and local economists say a full recovery appears unlikely anytime soon.
The dollar’s fast rise gives consumers more oomph , but it’s a mixed bag for corporations and investors.
Ride-sharing won’t be regulated out of existence, but cabbies are getting together to fight back.
Like it or not, he’s on top of the hedge-fund world, thanks in large part to his effort to take over Allergan.
— Robert F. Bruner
A middle manager transforms an underperforming division through a sense of optimism and urgency.
Chip away at some language barriers.
Try your eye at shadow puppets.
Some programs are using an innovative new way to help with personal finances: a coach.
The brawl over Emerald Cay, paradise to the 1 percent, is a parable of American capitalism gone wrong
Require that more than 90 percent of the deal’s value (not one-third) consists of operating businesses.
Aida Middel, who fled Cuba as a little girl, has the last laugh helping rich Americans solve their chores
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These firms recently filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court’s local court clerks’ offices.
What’s behind the Supreme Court announcing it would review lethal injection procedures used for many death row inmates across the country after a few of botched executions raised concerns about whether the procedure is unconstitutional.
The yield curve, the best predictor of recessions, is flashing yellow. But don’t worry.
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