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Several state attorneys general want the search giant to make it harder for users to find prescription medicine and illegal drugs online, while shareholders have filed two lawsuits related to the drug issue.
Five of the six founding partners of Alignment Government Strategies were at the powerhouse company.
Economic growth dips to to 7.4 percent, just below the government's target for year.
Fed chair says recent initiatives by the central bank and other regulators to help banks make it through periods of financial stress are important, but they may still need to be strengthened.
Douglas Development continues to add new offerings downtown and in the Penn Quarter neighborhood.
Consumer prices rose 0.2 percent in March as gas prices helped offset higher costs for food and clothing.
Red Mango’s founder on lettting his investors handpick his management team — and why he regretted it later.
Backed by Hair Cuttery mogul, Bethesda-based chainlet prepares for the arrival of SoulCycle.
Michael Lewis’s latest book about Wall Street and the rise of high-speed computerized stock trading is fascinating.
Forget fancy stuff like diaper wipe warmers because day care could cost as much as college tuition.
A stock market swoon turned into a comeback Tuesday.
A large new national study calculates the “environmental injustice” of nitrogen dioxide exposure for every state and city.
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Deep down, many Americans aren’t really sure if they filed their returns correctly.
Tax preparation companies are lobbying hard against proposals that would allow filing taxes without a return.
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