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Ylan Q. Mui
7.4 million people are working part-time for economic reasons. Federal worksharing aid could help them -- except that few realize it exists.
The agency is moving slowly, creating a “framework” while scientific study continues.
In an April 22 filing, K2M said plans to offer 8.825 million shares, priced between $16 and $18 a share
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Michael A. Fletcher
The automaker faced its worst quarterly performance in four years over the ignition switch defect.
The 30-year fixed-rate average increased to 4.33 percent after two weeks of declines.
But worries linger as analysts see customers increasingly being wooed by the competition.
A poli-sci grad uses smarts and connections to build a business serving Washington’s wealthy.
You might think that after last year’s strong gains, the markets might be due for a breather, but . . .
Helping out a family member seems a logical thing to do, but lending rules make the process a risky proposition
Mixed earnings from a large number of U.S. companies had stocks moving between modest gains and losses Thursday, despite strong results from a handful of names including Apple and Caterpillar. 3M was among those whose results disappointed investors.
Aetna said rate hikes will vary significantly in 2015, but the Obama administration’s ‘fixes’ aren’t helping.
A look at the FCC’s middle-ground attempt on net neutrality
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After more than a year without a direct boss for its retail operation, Apple welcomes Angela Ahrendts to a critical job.
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