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7.4 million people are working part-time for economic reasons. Federal worksharing aid could help them -- except that few realize it exists.
General Motors reports its worst quarterly performance in more than four years as the costs of a series of recalls dragged down earnings.
The agency is moving slowly, creating a “framework” while scientific study continues.
But worries linger as analysts see customers increasingly being wooed by the competition.
Cecilia Kang and Brian Fung
The agency will introduce a proposal that could enshrine pay-for-play rules favoring large companies.
Facebook’s first-quarter earnings and revenue grew sharply, surpassing Wall Street’s expectations thanks to an 82 percent increase in advertising revenue.
Revenues fall across the board, but 2014 is off to a strong start, contractors say.
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
U.S. stock futures rose sharply 30 minutes before the opening bell as investors cheered strong earnings from Apple and Facebook. Investors also were encouraged by a positive report on orders for long-lasting goods.
A look at the FCC’s middle-ground attempt on net neutrality
Certain groups are more attached to their individual health policies, a study finds.
State lawmakers haven’t moved on from Brewer’s aggressive expansion tactics last year.
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