The president's Council of Economic Advisers expects unemployment to steadily decline over the next two years
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A new report says Americans took nearly 10.7 billion trips last year using public buses, trains and subways. Ridership hasn't been at that level since 1956.
March 9 is the 5th anniversary of the bull market on Wall Street. Barrons.com editor Jack Otter explains why a market correction hasn't happened yet.
Private islands on sale today run from $40,000 to $110 million
A little known fact: Most airlines' in-flight transaction methods leave them open to credit card fraud
Cool concepts and luxury cars make a splash at the 84th International Motor Show
The NHTSA is facing questions after GM's recall of 1.6 million cars, given that there were hundreds of driver complaints
Slots are controlled by the government at several airports, making them valuable when they hit the market
China's exports slumped 18 percent in February, reinforcing fears about the outlook for the world's second-largest economy
Your boss is a horrible person, the company is corrupt, and your office mate steals your lunch, yet you're still there -- why?
As Jeep adds a new model, this category remains among the strongest sellers
Hurt by declining mall traffic, pizza seeks Chapter 11 court supervision for second time in less than three years
Printers were cranking out candies at the SXSW conference, but the technology is more than just a novelty
The uninsured rate for almost every demographic group has dropped in 2014 so far, Gallup finds
Key sales metric dropped 1.4 percent in the U.S.; global sales at locations open at least 13 months dipped 0.3 percent
FMC said that it anticipates the separation being completed in early 2015; each company is expected to list on the NYSE
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