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Regulations aimed at discouraging corporations from moving their headquarters abroad to avoid taxes.
The SEC fined the firm’s investment arm for failing to maintain adequate controls to prevent insider trading.
Virginia is suing country’s largest banks for misleading a state retirement fund.
Deal for local company adds to recent consolidation among brokerage firms.
WONKBLOG | All-cash transactions made up 23 percent of transactions in August, the lowest overall share since December 2009, contributing to a 1.8 percent drop in the sales of previously-built homes.
Vacancy is up across Northern Virginia, but experts say one of the silver linings may be the Silver Line.
Silicon Valley doesn’t have a monopoly on creating America’s future.
The loans can help retirees strapped for cash, but borrowers need to be careful.
It turns out, writing about a subject is a good way to figure out where you stand on the issue.
Mark Cuban is among the prominent investors in FiscalNote, whose algorithms predict legislation’s fate.
U.S. stocks are opening lower following disappointing economic news and U.S.-led airstrikes against Islamic State militants in Syria.
Americans are less likely to say blacks are receiving equal treatment under the law than they were a year ago.
Limiting a widely used coolant under a global treaty signed in 1987 wouldn’t stop global warming, but it would be a small step in that direction.
Obama’s first step on corporate tax inversions would only go so far.
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