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A coalition of liberal and conservative lawmakers is promoting a plan on Capitol Hill that would force colleges to pay up when their students default.
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The outgoing Boeing CEO visits Washington to talk about the Export-Import Bank and why there are no commercial supersonic planes yet.
The company now makes more from online subscriptions than it ever did through pay-per-view TV.
With vacancy up across Northern Virginia, Lerner’s firm lands lease that will occupy a quarter of new building on Silver Line.
The defense contractor has turned its attention to the human body with the launch of a new health care alliance.
The nation’s best-selling truck has taken a star turn toward luxury, and new editions run twice the price of the average American car.
The FTC recently issued an alert to look out for agency imposters offering compensation to data-breach victims.
Investment forecasts and predictions are simply an aggressive, destructive form of marketing.
Feeling better about your financial situation can start with having a frank discussion with a financial expert.
But for people whose stomachs churn when U.S. companies go to great lengths to avoid taxes, not so much.
Lanham-based JobOn sells software that allows job-hunters to videotape their applications.
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U.S. stocks were mixed in early trading Friday, as investors reacted to some disappointing quarterly earnings. Declines were led by energy companies after two big oil companies reported a slump in earnings.
The state is considering cutting back on panther protections.
State and local governments were spending less, with consequences for the economy as a whole.
Where the olive oil flows like water, but no one is making money off it
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