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A former education reporter for The Times, Mr. Maeroff found a second career working as an author, a researcher and an adviser on education issues.
Updates by the monitor will include quarterly reports on distributions, reserves, the status of bond settlements and litigation.
Bose said Beats infringed upon five of its patents in some of its headphones and was seeking unspecified damages.
Recipe exchanges in a British pub have expanded into one of the most popular cooking channels on YouTube.
The Commerce Department on Friday found that Chinese companies had dumped their products on the American market at below cost, and imposed duties of 10.74 percent to 55.49 percent.
Arthur T. Demoulas, whose firing as president of the family-owned chain Market Basket prompted employee protests, has made an offer.
On Friday, the House of Representatives passed a bill that will make it legal for consumers to open the digital locks on their cellphones so that they can more easily switch wireless carriers.
Amazon Web Services, the company’s Internet computing service, declined in quarterly revenue. The company blamed competition from Google, but there may be more to the story.
Federal safety regulators are looking into complaints that passenger-side air bags did not deploy in crashes involving the 2008 Impala sedan.
From 2006 to 2010, 7.4 million women used infertility services, like an evaluation by a specialist, drug therapy or in vitro fertilization.
Antitrust experts said that a merger of 21st Century Fox and Time Warner Inc. posed far more serious regulatory issues than Comcast’s acquisition of NBCUniversal. Above, Bill Maher, whose show is produced on one of Time Warner’s cable channels.
After lagging for years, the rate of those considered long-term unemployed — out of work for at least 27 weeks — is declining rapidly.
LeBron James is just one example of a boomerang employee — one who leaves a job only to return. The tactic is on the rise, and more welcome than it used to be.
More examples, this time from real life, of how the timing of stock market peaks and troughs can drastically affect retirement savings.
A reader asks how to deal with a manager who wants staff members to drive him to meetings or to the airport, thus taking them away from their projects.
Banks are still too big to fail and the regulatory framework is incomplete, writes Jennifer Taub, a professor at Vermont Law School.
The hard-charging executive, who began at the brokerage as a $32.50-a-week clerk, was also a champion bridge player.
In a country with heavy traffic congestion and poor public transportation, companies are finding new ways to better connect drivers and passengers.
New Delhi is making its support for an agreement at the World Trade Organization conditional on addressing a dispute over its food security program.
To prevent organizational or financial hardships in retirement, owners must take time to prepare children or other relatives to take over, experts say.