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President wants to make up for inflation, but some business owners fear it may be too much for them.
D.C.-salad chain Sweetgreen collects $35 million to open more Washington area locations and expand to two new markets next year.
In the strange world of accounting, the currency’s strength is slicing both ways for American companies.
A federal appeals court panel backs, 2 to1, a judge’s finding that Apple conspired with five publishers.
Small business groups say the president’s new overtime eligibility proposal could hurt employees’ paychecks in the long run.
Asia stock markets rebound modestly after Monday's declines, but Europe extends losses.
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.
Washington has failed to act on short-term-fix legislation and reforming the corporate tax code.
The family that brought A/C to Washington wants to manage your energy, too.
Hopes that a deal between Greece and its creditors could be cobbled together in time to avoid a messy Greek exit from the euro sent stock markets across Europe sharply higher on Wednesday.
The New Jersey governor had a chance to shorten the average rail commute over the Hudson River, but he turned it down.
Gorgeous maps offer a glimpse into the world’s art and history
Greece just joined Sudan, Somalia, and Zimbabwe in the list of countries in default to the IMF.
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Misty Copeland made history on Tuesday, when American Ballet Theatre announced that she has been promoted to principal dancer.
A new survey examines the changing landscape of employee benefits.
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Young people will establish better money habits if the lessons start early and if they have actual cash in hand, an advisory council finds.
Most fund firms have been scaling back from Puerto Rican bonds but some managers are making big bets. Retail investors should know where they stand.
Zuckerberg held an online Q&A Tuesday and covered a lot of ground, from his workout routine to his thoughts on transgender issues.
Why the economics of streaming music right now argue against paying for music.
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