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Two years ago, the stock market was roadkill along the financial highway. Now one of the greatest bull markets in history is rolling along — maybe enough to finally get the attention of average investors. The Dow Jones industrial average closed...
What is the truth about the economy? Have we hit a "bump in the road" or are we about to "fall off a cliff?" We certainly hear a lot of trite catch phrases about it, but this issue is far too critical to rely on platitudes. Economic news in recent...
email@example.comState officials were in Hagerstown on Monday to discuss the newest changes to the pension and health benefits systems. Del. Andrew A. Serafini, R-Washington, organized a forum on those topics at South Hagerstown High School. About 60 people attended the...
We checked in with executives profiled in the Tribune in the past year to learn their news, their insights about the coming year, and how they're feeling about the economy. Curt Bailey, president, Related Midwest Related has been running on all...
Consumer confidence in June eased from a six-year high as progress in the labor market supported Americans' views of the economic outlook. The Thomson Reuters/University of Michigan preliminary index of consumer sentiment declined to 82.7 in June from...
For the first time in five years, Lehigh Valley residents are feeling better about the economy. It's not all sunshine and roses, but people are happier with their jobs and more satisfied with their incomes than at any time since the recession hit in...
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WASHINGTON -- Consumer confidence unexpectedly dipped this month after reaching its highest point in more than five years in May, but continued to show Americans feeling relatively good about the state of the economy, according to a leading private...
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Gay marriage As our legislators in Illinois struggle with gay marriage laws, I would like to offer some insights about gay people that may help to expedite the process. I am not gay, but the following are statements I firmly believe to be true: •...
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Retail sales improved in May as thawing temperatures and more cheerful shoppers caused a boost at car dealerships and home improvement stores, according to government figures. Last month, the gauge rose 0.6% from April to $421.1 billion in sales -- a 4....
Ed Page On Facebook: Should Congress Have To Find Cuts In Spending Before Sending Disaster Aid To Oklahoma?Bill Cink: That depends, will it be like superstorm Sandy relief where they tacked on all kinds of pork like money for fisheries in Alaska? Mark Pappa: Act quickly without the pork barrel nonsense associated with passing such legislation a la Sandy aid....
DETROIT (AP) — The auto industry is about to go on a hiring spree as car makers and parts suppliers race to find engineers, technicians and factory workers to build the next generation of vehicles. The new employees will be part of a larger,...
Regarding the Quick Hit editorial on June 5 titled "Social Security cut sensible:" Let's clear up right now that Social Security doesn't contribute one penny to our debt. It is completely self-funded by workers through payroll deductions taken out of...
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