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Policy committee sees stronger housing market, slow growth through 2014.
World Bank invests in mitigation as Asian cities, African farmland are seen at risk over the next 10 to 20 years.
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The search giant asks a secretive U.S. court to let it reveal how many government data requests it receives.
Nick Weidenfeld, 33, is on his way to becoming Hollywood’s next animation mogul.
Having a job is one of the leading factors in preventing ex-offenders from ending up back in prison.
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The 2013 BMW Active Hybrid 3 answers a question that few BMW owners or aspirants have asked.
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Decision comes despite intense resistance from advertisers who see it as a “nuclear first strike.”
The Obama administration made a directive in April to cancel discretionary bonuses because of automatic spending cuts.
Apparently, Men’s Wearhouse Inc. doesn’t like the way its founder looks anymore.
Citigroup, JP Morgan and others have been slow on homeowner requests to lower monthly payments.
Switzerland’s National Council, by a vote of 123-63 with four abstentions, put to rest the proposal from Finance Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf and the rest of the Swiss Cabinet.
The business lobby is again pushing to trim federal spending on Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid.
The SEC moved away from its neither-admit-nor-deny policy for some settlements.
Timothy B. Lee
More than 40 states have considered legislation this year that would regulate the use of drones.
In the short term, the jump in rates is spurring home buyers to action, but economists worry about the long term.
Wheeler testifies in his confirmation hearing that his priority would be carrying out an airwaves auction.
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Lew unveiled his new signature after getting ribbed for his old, loopy one.
NEW YORK — Financial markets shuddered Wednesday after the Federal Reserve said it could start scaling back its huge bond-buying program later this year and end it by the middle of 2014.
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