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Young people have always been poor. But today’s young people are poorer than most.
The nation’s best-selling truck has taken a star turn towards luxury, and new editions run twice the price of the average American car.
The 30-year fixed-rate average drops to 3.98 percent, falling below 4 percent for the first time in two months.
Our rundown of news affecting start-ups and small businesses.
NBA all-star Vin Baker offers another lesson on financial recklessness — for athletes and everyone else.
Analysts say the trend of rising hotel occupancy rates and higher room prices will continue.
Companies like General Dynamics and Lockheed Martin prepared for a rough 2015, but things haven’t been so bad after all.
The FTC recently issued an alert to look out for agency imposters offering compensation to data-breach victims.
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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Stocks declined in early trading Thursday, following disappointing results from several big companies including Procter & Gamble and Facebook. A positive report on U.S. economic growth did little to help the market.
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A new study explores what kind of sacrifice it would take to help some of the country’s lowest paid workers. The answer? Not much.
6 Beltway beauty tips.
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Despite the fact that its own diversity numbers haven’t moved much in the past year, Facebook is looking to set an example with its approach.
So why is the overall number of women on boards still relatively flat?
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Retirement contributions, and loans from retirement accounts, ebb and flow with the economy.
GET THERE | Establishing a strong foundation while you’re young can have a large payoff later in life.
While it beat analyst expectations, it didn’t exceed them as much as many investors had expected headed into the report.
The federal government will make changes to proposed rules on cybersecurity tools and request more feedback.
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