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Two undocumented mothers watched Obama’s announcement last night, waiting for their fate. The difference between them? A date on a calendar.
It signals an opportunity for our region’s start-ups and innovators to provide their highly skilled expertise.
Others on the list for 2014 are three high-profile hacking targets — Apple, Target and Home Depot — plus GM.
New rules were supposed to be in place in 2012. Now, it looks like the wait may continue well into 2015.
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While the department’s other measures have specific outcomes for contractors, the picture isn’t as clear with Hagel’s program.
Profits rose in the third quarter for the big-box retailer, thanks to sales of televisions, tablets and computers.
“Zero percent interest” programs can snare consumers — and if you get caught, it’s expensive.
These extended financial periods — some of which can last decades — come to define each market era.
District native Mike Mann, who is a former runaway, says he has made and lost fortunes.
U.S. stocks are rising after a surprise interest rate cut in China and hints that the European Central Bank will step up its economic stimulus efforts.
Hispanics will be a powerful force in shaping the housing market, but they face substantial barriers to homeownership.
The big business of exploiting immigrant confusion.
More multiple-choice madness.
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As a platform for apologies, Twitter may not hit the sweet spot for the C-suite.
“Your job is not to tell me about something you’re concerned with, it’s to get in my face and make sure I’ve heard you.“
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Borrowers must provide written proof that they are receiving the disability income and disclose how much they’re receiving. But the lenders shouldn’t be asking for much beyond that.
Student-loan repayment terms are being relaxed by Wells Fargo, and similar changes are in the works at Discover Financial Services.
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Tom Wheeler expects broadband providers to challenge any new regulations concerning the open Internet.
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