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The automaker says that its second-quarter profit fell 85 percent as recall costs chopped $1.5 billion from the bottom line.
New report reveals an alarming gender gap among small business owners. Here’s how to close it.
Gray aide weighs rules for Reeves Center redevelopment in stadium deal, but changes could raise the cost to the District.
Rates hold steady while staying below where they were a year ago.
The economy has some folks putting plans for a family on hold. Also: timeshares and movie nights.
The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment benefits fell last week to its lowest level in eight years.
Colorado is racing ahead with clean energy. But the transition is sending some citizens’ bills skyrocketing.
The new rehab formula is based on the one used for the federal Income-Based Repayment program.
The concept of Automatic IRAs to help prepare Americans for retirement faces some challenges
Kathy Benson started small but grew her data-collection firm into a $20 million business.
U.S. stocks were barely higher in morning trading Thursday as investors digested second-quarter results from big companies across several industries, including Facebook, Ford and Caterpillar.
Potential buyers are seeing a relatively greater supply of existing homes to new homes for sale than they would have before the market tanked.
Good news: long-term unemployment is falling fast, and it’s not because people are giving up.
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