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Under the much-criticized 40-year-old policy, games that failed to sell enough tickets could not be shown on free, over-the-air television in the home team's own local market.
Doctors could customize care to a level never seen before, but a host of issues stand in the way.
A hedge fund said the government was taking too much, at the expense of private investors.
Regal Cinemas is among those who’ve blasted the plan as TV encroaches on the moviegoing experience.
Ted Lerner proposes a leafy campus reminiscent of Langley on a what was formerly Landover Mall.
In today’s climate of fast-moving innovation in e-commerce and new competition in the online payments space, eBay no longer believes it’s advantageous for the businesses to be tethered together.
Research shows that earnings are higher for college grads. But some majors pay a lot more than others.
Readers share some of their tips for dealing with unsolicited calls from con artists.
The stock market ordeal of Northwest Biotheraputics illustrates the reasons why Main Street hates Wall Street.
Washington baseball team throws in autographs, photos, discounts; sales bullpen includes GM Mike Rizzo.
Stocks are sliding in midday trading, putting the market on course for its third loss in a row.
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Hint: It isn’t fancy, or fast.
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The Ebola virus underscores just how fragile economic progress can be.
A new lawsuit claims the department is breaking its own Obamacare rules.
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Julia Pierson was supposed to rescue the agency, which makes the disappointment in its current failings that much greater.
Some companies pay workers extra to take vacation days. Others make the desks disappear at 6 p.m.
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With volatility on the rise, investors should be ready to move quickly to safer ground if needed.
Researchers found that the five largest auto insurers do not offer basic policies to safe drivers for less than $500 a year in more than one-third of the nation’s low-income areas.
A presentation lays out how much money broadcasters could expect to receive under a historic FCC airwave auction.
Coming to a head is the question of whether U.S.-born, ad-driven Web services like Gmail, YouTube and Facebook can peacefully co-exist with a Europe that is enormously sensitive about possible incursions on personal privacy.
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