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As in 1960s America, many Indonesian women stay at home, creating an audience for parties run by women who have begun to sidle past conservative mores and into the work force.
In one resort town after another, the Republican presidential hopefuls are making their case to exclusive gatherings of donors whose wealth was unleashed by the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision.
Mr. Segerstrom turned his family’s lima bean farm into Orange County’s cultural and commercial downtown.
A new project in Seattle, closely watched around the nation, gives discounts on public transit to people whose household income is no more than two times the federal poverty level.
Warren Buffett recalls missteps during his five decades with Berkshire Hathaway, a period that saw the company’s stock rise nearly 2 million percent.
The completion of the deal has been slowed by regulators’ concerns that Mikhail Fridman or his company might be targeted by expanded sanctions on the Russian energy industry stemming from the Ukraine conflict.
Re-entering the workplace after 20 years, a homemaker wages an uphill battle trying to teach anatomy and physiology to students in a beauty class.
The automaker said that the power steering could suddenly stop working in 2008-10 Elantras and 2009-10 Elantra Tourings but did not mention any related accidents or injuries.
The bus drivers who transport workers to the campuses of six Silicon Valley employers voted to join the Teamsters to negotiate better working conditions and wages.
A new paper says high-growth financial industries hurt the broader economy by dragging down overall growth and curbing productivity.
Susan Salka, chief of AMN Healthcare, looks for employees who view work as important to their lives and not just a job.
The adoption of dynamic scoring for evaluating major changes in tax and spending policy makes sense in theory, but could create havoc in practice.
Guidance from the Federal Reserve and corporations could help investors who are concerned with what will happen to their money, but there is little evidence it has been useful.
At many Ideal Image centers, the price consumers paid for laser treatments increased when skin products they did not request were included.
The first full-year budget of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government promised a major increase in public spending on infrastructure and a lowering of the corporate tax rate, but it failed to offer any dramatic reforms.
Men with even one past conviction on their résumés are having trouble finding jobs, and that is taking a toll on the overall labor market.
Lyndon Johnson admired Harry Truman and identified with his political career, his treatment by historians and his relationship with the public.
Charlie Munger suggests that Berkshire Hathaway’s next chief executive will be either Greg Abel or Ajit Jain.
China’s central bank made the announcement on its website, saying that the one-year bank lending rate would drop 0.25 percentage point to 5.35 percent.