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Wealthy Americans aren't champing at the bit to give more to Uncle Sam. But the richer you are, the more likely you support higher tax rates.
The costs of workers' compensation coverage and general business liability insurance also could drop, according to a RAND Corporation analysis of the Affordable Care Act.
Restaurants in cities with wage mandates are adjusting work hours, prices and suppliers to cope.
Female elementary-school teachers and social workers, for example, make less than their male counterparts, according to a new report.
According to a new financial analysis, the top tenth of the US's 1 percenters make the rest of the 1 percent look like the 99 percent.
Retirement experts call it a game changer for the 50 million or so households in the US that own an individual retirement account.
Many businesses say the anonymity of online comments is unfair, and a Virginia businessman is suing to unmask users.
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