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New data from AARP shows that older workers stay unemployed longer, and their new jobs pay less.
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U.S. home prices rose at a steady pace in January, pushing prices up at a faster pace than wages and causing affordability problems in the housing market.
Our rundown of news affecting start-ups and small businesses.
Muriel Bowser proposes redevelopment of six properties, plus programs for small businesses.
China’s economy is slowing down, but its stocks are up more than anything else in the world the last nine months. What gives?
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U.S. consumers spent just slightly more in February even though their income rose by a healthy amount.
Tesla Motors says it will reveal a new product next month, but it’s not a car.
These short-term loans rarely are — so they’re great business for lenders, but not for consumers.
If a columnist writes about other people’s financial errors, he has to admit his own. Mea culpa.
Despite is high profile, the famous stock average isn’t useful as an investment tool.
After 75 years in the meat business, the Alafoginis family’s legacy is as full-bodied as its dry-aged beef.
Alex Veiga | AP
U.S. stocks moved lower in early trading Tuesday, erasing some gains from the day before. Investors had their eye on the latest round of corporate deals and new data showing U.S. home prices rose modestly in January.
Spring is here, and so are hummingbirds.
Needle exchanges are safe and effective. So why are they still banned in 24 states?
Economists have used to think that discrimination helped business, but many firms have reacted negatively to Indiana’s new religious-freedom law.
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At Google, Laszlo Bock’s team has examined questions like: What’s the ideal number of interviewers needed to assess a job candidate?
Being in a position of authority doesn’t mean you’re a leader.
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Even if they don’t save very much.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will meet with a group of Corinthian Colleges students who refuse to repay their federal loans.
Besides, lots of people carry around multiple devices on a regular basis.
IBM and the Weather Co. are also teaming up to provide weather data to businesses.
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