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Facing the prospect of a GOP-controlled Congress for the first time in eight years, the party is divided over how to advance a central tenet of its political agenda: a simpler U.S. tax code with sharply lower rates.
The 30-year fixed-rate average begins to slowly retreat after spiking two weeks ago.
Netflix said it approached Sandler to create the feature-length films because the actor’s movies were among the top watched films for its users.
Companies added more jobs last month, but they’re expanding slower than they were this summer.
The executive editor hopes the reductions can be done through voluntary buyouts.
Government labor force, professional services firms continue to shrink, holding back the area’s recovery.
Big discounts on pickup trucks kept U.S. auto sales strong in September.
Readers share some of their tips for dealing with unsolicited calls from con artists.
The stock market ordeal of Northwest Biotheraputics illustrates the reasons why Main Street hates Wall Street.
Washington baseball team throws in autographs, photos, discounts; sales bullpen includes GM Mike Rizzo.
U.S. stocks are stabilizing a day after a plunge.
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The country’s top manufacturers have seen a steady rise in their share prices since this summer as the epidemic spread.
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The world wide web still isn’t all that worldwide.
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Researchers found that the five largest auto insurers do not offer basic policies to safe drivers for less than $500 a year in more than one-third of the nation’s low-income areas.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation wants to take away ComputerCOP’s badge.
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