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How the President might tout the economy

While unemployment has fallen to 6.1 percent, many people still feel uneasy.
Posted In: Barack Obama, Unemployment

What you need to know about Occupy Central

Hong Kong is uniquely positioned in the global economy.
Posted In: protest, hong kong
Office

Unhappy workers are retaliating digitally

The FBI says disgruntled employees hack their employers and cost them enormously.
Posted In: digital life, cybersecurity, hacking
Missile strike

ISIS and the future of the Tomahawk missile

The U.S. launched at least 47 of them at militant strongholds in Syria on Monday.
Posted In: syria, United Nations, Pentagon

High inventory and low sales cut gun makers' profits

Sales slow after a 2012 demand surge from gun ethusiasts fearing restrictions.
Posted In: gun, gun sales

Why Americans are less satisfied with their cars

Though car sales are up, people's satisfaction with their cars is at a low.
Posted In: auto industry, auto market

Sony recovers from cyber-attack

A twitter user both claimed responsibility for the attack and tweeted a bomb scare.
Posted In: Sony, playstation

Foot Locker profits jump, thanks to basketball and Nike

Basketball shoes are hot and Nike controls the sizzle .
Posted In: Nike, Running, shoes
School buses

School transportation cuts still affect families

Some districts that cut bus service during the recession haven't brought it back.
Posted In: Philadelphia, high school, students, public transportation

Ebola's cost to African economies

The epidemic is financially hurting Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea.
Posted In: Ebola, Africa, disease

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