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The unemployment rate fell last month in more than half of U.S. states, including in 12 where jobless rates dropped to record lows. Nebraska and Utah, with unemployment at 2.1%, tied for the … more
Workers use an excavator to clear demolition debris on March 18 from the site of a former retail and office center on Bell Boulevard in Cedar Park to make way for the Bell District Redevelopment … more
Wall Street is getting a major reprieve from tougher oversight after President Joe Biden’s pick to be the top U.S. banking regulator ran aground. Progressives had pinned their hopes on Sarah … more
U.S. hiring boomed in February while wage growth slowed, showing a strong labor market that likely keeps the Federal Reserve on track to raise interest rates this month while offering some respite … more
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell backed a quarter-point interest-rate hike this month to commence a series of increases and didn’t rule out a larger move at some stage, despite uncertainty … more
What’s the difference between socialism and communism? How does global warming occur? What’s an economy of scale? Easily Google-able questions — and parents’ own unhappy … more
Imagine you connect a credit card to a game on your child’s phone for convenience. A few weeks later, you find out thousands in charges were processed to your card in a matter of … more
Orlando’s theme parks had a big year even while coping with a global crisis or two. Attractions debuted, returned from hiatus, celebrated birthdays and shifted the ways we experience them. Here … more
The Soo Green Line would be a unique addition to the U.S. electricity grid. Running along a railroad corridor, the big underground power line would ship low-cost renewable energy from the Upper … more
When Dr. Maria Rivas joined the board of a medical tech firm called Medidata a few years ago, she was a novelty: The company had never had a woman in that role. Medidata was no … more
In the 25 years that U.S. Rubber Recycling in Colton, California, has been grinding up old tires to create new products, its sales have never ballooned so fast as during the COVID-19 pandemic. As … more
A measure of U.S. manufacturing fell short of expectations at the end of 2021, reflecting declines in gauges of delivery times and prices that belie an otherwise solid demand picture. The … more
Adam Garfield-Turner thought he had a lead on a good job. All he had to do was find people who needed to borrow cash and he'd get paid money to make those connections. The pay? He was supposed to … more
TurboTax — which has been criticized for some sketchy tactics when it came to providing online access free of charge through the IRS site — is now shocking taxpayers by informing them … more
It’s never been hotter to be a fintech brand. Fintech startups — which include all kinds of companies aiming to disrupt lending, saving, payments and more — raised $94.7 billion … more
Some businesses and debt collectors may want you to think your financial obligations will trouble you forever unless you come across with some cash. What they don't usually tell you is there are … more
Working remotely has its downsides: Cramped apartments, endless Zoom calls, juggling child care duties. But for many Black workers in white-collar jobs, getting out of the office has resulted in a … more
The Chrysler brand will abandon gas-powered vehicles for a bigger, all-electric lineup with SUVs by 2028 in its attempt to stave off demise at the end of the decade. The Stellantis NV make on … more
For years, white-collar employees at Inc. have accused the company of using opaque “rank-and-yank” performance reviews to periodically cull its workforce. Now a proposed … more
If you’re an investor, be sure to give special attention to the taxes you’ll have to pay on your investments. In many cases, you have ways to legally reduce, defer or even eliminate taxes … more
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