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General Dynamics is lobbying to win a contract that has already been awarded--and that it didn’t bid on.
While Peter Christodoulou was sleeping, the whole world was fighting over his company’s dress.
Some schools offer incentives to take a full course load in order to keep debt down and graduation rates up.
The move is seen as a response to NSA spying, amid a widening cyber-rift between the U.S. and China.
The U.S. economy slowed more sharply in the final three months of the year than previously believed, reflecting weaker business and a bigger trade deficit.
Our rundown of news affecting start-ups and small businesses.
Cecilia Kang and Juliet Eilperin
Tech firms keep winning in Washington, and they have Obama to thank.
Setting specific goals makes it easier to put aside cash.
The immediate impact is negative, but the longer-term effects are more positive.
Allan Sloan likens keeping American companies truly American to playing a tricky carnival game.
Warren Brown says price and prestige need not be indicators of top-notch automotive quality.
February proved to be a strong month for U.S. stocks, even though it ended in downbeat fashion.
The economy’s growth just got revised down from 2.6 to 2.2 percent, but the fundamentals are stronger than before. Except for the trade deficit.
The company needed its employees to do more, and wanted to show it was willing to compensate accordingly.
Llamas are great, but would you pay $220,000 for one?
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Inspector General Daniel Levinson talks about the leadership lessons he’s learned in a decade on the job.
The agency’s employees likely won’t forget anytime soon the agonizing uncertainty of waiting for Congress to act.
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Boomers don’t necessarily want to spend the last third of their life on the beach, says Chris Farrell, author of a book about how retirement is changing.
Most consumers failed this quiz about basic tax knowledge. How would you do?
The decision will move privacy oversight of the ISPs from the FTC to the FCC.
The President misses Leonard Nimoy, too.
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