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And the unemployment rate fell to a new post-recession low.
Sarah Halzack and Hayley Tsukayama
With four- and five-figure gold watches on the way, Apple has plans to make room for the affluent.
Tensions have risen over federal loan policies, community colleges and a new school rating system.
The edgy news site tries to build ties inside the Beltway as it expands.
As more women delay parenthood, many are turning to egg freezing. But the procedure’s popularity and low odds of success have heightened tensions between marketers and some doctors.
The hotel empire’s chief talks about openings in the developing world as the chain nears 1 million rooms.
Daniel Poneman will take the helm later this month. The company emerged from bankruptcy last year.
Stanley, who died last month, helped break the millionaire stereotype so we could better understand wealth.
— John Kenneth Galbraith and Barry Ritholtz
Are stocks cheap — or overpriced? Knowing can help you know when and how to invest.
Two sets of numbers explain why pensions went from fat and happy to undernourished and desperate.
Warren Brown finds the high-priced SUV very nice, but no nicer than some lower-priced SUV.
A strong jobs report shook up the financial markets on Friday.
The Harvard political scientist wants to change how Americans view poor kids — and what we talk about in the 2016 election.
High-frequency trading can lead to strange fluctuations in the prices of securities.
Unemployment is an almost-normal 5.5 percent, but wages still aren’t rising. That means unemployment can fall a lot more.
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For the first six months after maternity leave, new mothers at Vodafone will be able to work part time but continue to earn their full salaries.
We may need a new metaphor to describe the situation Clinton faces now.
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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is taking a closer look at mandatory arbitration clauses, which large financial firms often stick in the fine print for credit cards, payday loans and other consumer products.
After years of public criticism over the aggressive practices of some of its debt collectors, the agency is canceling contracts.
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