Nearly half of unemployed Americans are under 34, while those employed shouldn't expect to stay put for long.
With secrecy and illegal mining blurring the numbers, estimates of the world's stores range from a tennis-court-size pile to one as large as a skyscraper.
Photography company CPI Corp. was crushed by nearly $100 million in debt, leaving employees out of work and customers wondering whether they'll get their orders.
The Justice Department wants to reduce his 24-year sentence, but the original judge, former employees and investors will have a say.
Another round of cuts will leave film studio jobs -- and more -- on the cutting-room floor.
A Parisian auctioneer plans to sell 70 of the sacred Native American objects for an estimated $1 million, prompting calls for their return.
Cheap, no-frills insurance that doesn't cover medication, maternity or mental health services will get the scalpel in 2014.
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