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The recovery helped spark fuel consumption last year, but Bank of America says supplies will outpace demand for the foreseeable future.
The Affordable Care Act hasn't attracted as many signees as the White House predicted, but conservative predictions of a 'death spiral' were off the mark, too.
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David Marcus pitched the incident as a reason to use his online payment processing business. Is PayPal the answer to ID theft?
Nearly 5 million lower-income Americans are caught in a mismatch of state and federal rules that leave them with no help to buy insurance, while better-off workers can buy coverage with taxpayer-funded subsidies.
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