U.S. stocks fell a third day, dropping the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index to a one-month low, as improving economic data heightened speculation the Federal Reserve could cut stimulus as soon as next week.
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Let’s replace technology with theology.
A number of deductions are expiring in 2013 and will not be available to lower your 2014 tax bill.
Zero Tolerance follies teach kids to accept, indeed demand, heavy-handed authority in every moment of their lives.
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Religion of peace?
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There was an excellent reason for the smile on Raul Castro’s face as he shook hands with president Obama.
I have a major article on page 50 of this week's Forbes magazine which makes the case for a new pro-business, pro-growth national statistic, Gross Output.
The FCC is working with carriers to standardize and simplify their policies with regard to unlocking their customers’ cellphones.
Applications for U.S. unemployment benefits jumped last week from an almost three-month low, showing the challenge in adjusting the data amid year-end holidays. Jobless claims surged by 68,000 to a two-month high of 368,000 in the period ended Dec. 7.
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McDonald’s (MCD) and Burger King (BKW) need to get up and make room for their little sister, Wendy’s (WEN), as the revitalized burger chain has been named restaurant of the year by YahooFinance’s “The Exchange.”