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Beijing is addicted to intervening in its markets, and that spells trouble for the economy.
The presidential hopeful points to his state’s economic success, but critics say the fallout hurt the middle class.
Our rundown of news affecting start-ups and small businesses.
Most U.S. tech companies fail in China. Uber’s unique path is paying off.
The share of payroll costs devoted to benefits fell as cheaper perks such as wellness programs have grown.
She derides “quarterly capitalism” as harmful to middle-class wages and long-term national economic growth.
The $49 billion deal gives AT&T control of DirecTV’s 20.4 million customers and valuable programming.
LifeLock case shows identity-theft services are limited in what they can do and still can leave you exposed.
Beware the money manager who chases the big headlines with your cash.
Feeling better about your financial situation can start with having a frank discussion with a financial expert.
But for people whose stomachs churn when U.S. companies go to great lengths to avoid taxes, not so much.
Lanham-based JobOn sells software that allows job-hunters to videotape their applications.
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The Shanghai share index dived more than 8 percent Monday as Chinese stocks suffered a renewed sell-off despite government efforts to calm the market.
Taxpayers never bought the cynical claim that they have to host a mega sports event just to fix their problems.
The placebo effect is real, and more complicated than we even knew.
The animal rights group has found a new weapon in its battle against animals being used for entertainment: The idea that their handlers are in danger.
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More and more companies have made changes to their products or services only to then confront an outcry from consumers on social media, and backtrack in response.
A former Google engineer is getting praise for broaching the taboo subject.
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Twitter has to resolve a central question: What does it want to be when it grows up?
Abby Ohlheiser and Andrea Peterson
Planned Parenthood blamed “extremists” who oppose the group’s “mission and services.“
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