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More than 30 million cars and trucks nationwide are equipped with dangerously defective air bags, congressional officials say, a number that raises questions about whether the industry can handle what could become the largest recall in history.
After selling his start-up to Monster, Kazanjy shares important lessons he learned about sustaining momentum.
One is hawking $3,950 python and and bamboo handbags and the other is selling $88 super-skinny jeans, but they face the same underlying challenge.
Investors seem to be growing weary of the company’s strategy to sacrifice profitability in the name of long-term success.
Procter & Gamble is removing its batteries and making Duracell a stand-alone company.
Drawing charges of hypocrisy, GOP groups are attacking Democrats who supported conservative ideas.
Why are fewer workers taking Metro downtown each morning?
Aspiring homeowners who have student loans said the debt was blocking them from buying.
“Fiduciaries” have a much stricter duty and legal obligation than those who operate under “suitability” rules.
Warren Brown says it’s a sheep in Jeep’s clothing — but it fills a niche.
Stocks are opening slightly higher as U.S. companies report more earnings gains.
Latinos are frustrated with Democrats, who are counting on their support at the polls.
Global inequality has actually been falling the past 20 years, but there’s still a long, long way to go.
But the special rapporteurs left out the hard details of how to pay for and ensure that.
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