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The jobless rate is at its lowest in seven years, but partly because many are no longer seeking work.
The country will vote Sunday on a murky proposal that could set its path for decades.
The CEOs of the bailed-out mortgage giants stand to make up to $4 million a year, new filings show.
Small business hiring remains a bright spot for the economy, according to new data by payroll processor ADP.
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The 30-year fixed-rate average reached its highest level of the year, rising to 4.08 percent.
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Puerto Rico’s economic problems have plagued residents for years, driving an exodus from the island.
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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.
In the strange world of accounting, the currency’s strength is slicing both ways for American companies.
The family that brought A/C to Washington wants to manage your energy, too.
World stock markets mostly drifted lower Friday ahead of Greece’s weekend referendum, while China’s main stock benchmark plunged as government efforts failed to reassure panicky investors.
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The story of two countries helps explain why Germany and Greece don’t see eye-to-eye.
Puerto Rico’s debt crisis looks a lot like Greece’s, but it’s nowhere near as bad because the dollar works and the euro doesn’t.
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