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Consultants hired to review mortgage servicers were paid $1.9 billion, leading officials to close the inquiry.
The Postal Service says it is trying to boost business, but unions worry about privatizing post-office work.
Ann E. Marimow and Craig Timberg
Some magistrate judges say sweeping requests violate constitutional protections.
The spinal-implant company plans to offer 8.825 million shares priced from $16 to $18 a share.
A new government statistic allows income comparisons across states and metros.
Also: the price of home ownership and the benefits of financial literacy.
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.
The stock market closed mostly higher Thursday, helped by positive earnings out of several large U.S. companies including Apple and construction equipment maker Caterpillar.
The state’s move to HealthCare.gov raises some immediate policy issues.
The effect of bigger and bigger houses on home prices.
They have very different views from their parents on marijuana, gay marriage and immigration. But they’re consistently underrepresented on Election Day.
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