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Capital News ServiceEight of the 10 members of Maryland's congressional delegation voted Friday to reject a bipartisan compromise on extending the payroll tax cut and unemployment benefits, with leading Democratic members criticizing the legislation's cuts to federal...
AP Business WriterEurozone leaders on Thursday agreed a sweeping deal that will grant Greece a massive new bailout and make radical changes to the currency union's bailout fund, allowing it to act pre-emptively when crises build up. The eurozone countries and the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Berkeley County Council signed off Thursday on a $5.5 million financing plan to renovate a former Martin's Food Market for the Berkeley County Sheriff's Department. The money for the project at 510 S. Raleigh St. would be loaned to the county by...
Waynesboro teachers should mull concessions To the editor: I am appealing to the teachers of the Waynesboro Area School District to consider some notable concessions in the contract now under negotiation. Many taxpayers in the...
In 2010, the economy rebounded fitfully from the Great Recession — starting strong, wobbling at midyear but showing enough vigor by year's end to quell fears of a second recession. Yet Americans hardly felt relief under the weight of high...
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email@example.comTaking advantage of its AA bond rating, Washington County secured a roughly 3.50 percent interest rate Tuesday for the sale of 2011 public improvement bonds. The Board of County Commissioners voted 4-1 to approve the sale of $14.17 million in Maryland...
It's a family feud Federal Reserve-style as Chicago Federal Reserve President Charles Evans and Dallas Federal Reserve President Richard Fisher argue in polite fashion about what the central bank has accomplished by tinkering with the economy. Evans...
AP Markets WriterNEW YORK (AP) — Small-company stocks were a bright spot in a subdued start to the week for Wall Street. The Russell 2000, an index of small-company stocks, climbed above 1,000 points for the first time and ended higher Monday, even as the Dow Jones...
NEW YORK -- Wall Street will be watching Ben Bernanke's testimony before Congress on Wednesday, hoping the Federal Reserve chairman will offer clues as to when the central bank may begin turning off its spigot of easy money. Investors will also be...
Hedge fund manager Douglas Kass has always been a contrarian, whether it's predicting a "bear" market when the Dow and the S&P 500 both topped new record highs earlier in the week or deciding to put down roots in Palm Beach County, far from most other...
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