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New research shows many of the long-term unemployed who finally land work can’t hold onto those jobs.
Retailer posts list of stores affected by breach, including several in the Washington area.
In the past, the amount of money raised in the first quarter is not always an indication of what’s to come.
Target is vastly expanding the goods available to order by subscription as it fends off its biggest non-traditional retail rival, Amazon.com.
Goldman Sachs says its first-quarter earnings fell as fixed income trading slumped.
The investment bank’s first-quarter income rose 18 percent from a year ago, helped by higher earnings in its trading and merger and acquisitions advisory businesses.
April is financial literacy month, a time for reflection on how much Americans know about their personal finances.
If you’re going to beat up on an individual for the failure of a company, you ought to beat up the right one.
You might think that after last year’s strong gains, the markets might be due for a breather, but . . .
Forget fancy stuff like diaper wipe warmers because day care could cost as much as college tuition.
Corporate earnings pushed U.S. stocks mostly higher on Thursday, but it wasn’t an easy ride up.
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Tax experts also suspect that Starbucks could ultimately end up paying less in taxes, not more, by going to London.
There are signs of hope for immigration reform.
From glitches to an enrollment announcement that no one expected.
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