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One can but admire a woman brave enough to pick a professional career in which she will be surrounded and greeted with patronizing glances from self-assured males. This was the call made by Sheila Bair, who was appointed Chairman of the FDIC (Federal...
After weeks of conflicting signals about the strength of the economy, a big gain in the jobs market gave Wall Street reason to celebrate Friday. The stock market surged, traders donned party hats, and the wave of buying drove three indexes through major...
What kind of person do we have? This question is raised when someone is asking another person to seriously judge the conduct of an acquaintance who has stepped over the line of propriety or failed to carry out a duty. The delinquent is assumed to...
Dow surges to record ... and keeps going AP Photo NYML110, NYML105, NYML107, NYML108 Eds: Updates throughout. With AP Photos. By STEVE ROTHWELL AP Business Writer NEW YORK (AP) — The Dow closed at an all-time high Tuesday, beating the previous...
The Dow came within 100 points of its all-time high Wednesday after rising sharply for a second straight day. The market surged following more evidence that the Fed will keep interest rates low, housing will keep recovering and shoppers aren’t...
firstname.lastname@example.orgOrrstown Financial Services, the Shippensburg, Pa.-based parent company of Orrstown Bank, has announced that it has completed sale of distressed loans worth $45.6 million, reducing its troubled assets by 61 percent this year. The bank, which has offices...
AP Economics WriterU.S. wholesale prices fell for the third month in a row last month, pushed down by falling food and gas costs. The drop is the latest evidence inflation is tame. The producer price index dropped 0.2 percent in December, the Labor Department said Tuesday....
email@example.comThe economic forecast for Berkeley, Jefferson and Morgan counties is that slow but solid job growth is ahead for the Eastern Panhandle, according to the West Virginia University College of Business and Economics. “We expect a continued recovery...
firstname.lastname@example.orgNancy Shulley received a letter about a year ago that she thought might be junk mail, but, just in case, she put it in a desk drawer and eventually sent a reply. Good thing she did. Now, the Hagerstown woman’s letter might be the ticket to her...
U.S. consumers borrowed more in November to buy cars and attend school, but stayed cautious with their credit cards. The Federal Reserve said Tuesday that consumers increased their borrowing in November by $16 billion from October to a seasonally...
“Mitt Romney says his highest priority is jobs. If so, why did he oppose the bailout of the auto industry? And why is his money invested offshore?” — Chambersburg, Pa. “I would just like to say I’m amazed at the reporter who...
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