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Features by Sally Herships

Banks aim for diversity at the top. Can they do more?

Plus a poll: Do you think your bank cares about diversity?
Posted In: banking, diversity

Barnes and Noble hopes to turn the page on falling sales

Between competition from Amazon, and the less-than-tremendous success of its Nook, Barnes and Noble is in a tough spot.
Posted In: Books, e-readers, Nook, Kindle

Why is the government at CES?

At CES in Las Vegas, the Commerce Department highlights its "Open for Business Agenda."
Posted In: Penny Pritzker, CES

Private jet business picks up speed

Fly faster, do more. That’s what the website for Spike Aerospace’s supersonic business jet reads.
Posted In: private jets, aviation

Snowstorm, pilot's rule change pack 1-2 punch

Airlines and airline pilots are facing a major rule change this weekend that may impact flight delays and scheduling.
Posted In: airline pilots, storms, flight delays

Is the World Bank a victim of its own success?

Three quarters of the world's poor live in middle-income countries.
Posted In: World Bank, poverty

Can Nasdaq move past Facebook debacle in 2014?

Nasdaq will pay out a total of $41.6 million in claims related to the Facebook IPO troubles.
Posted In: NASDAQ, FB, Facebook

D.C.'s traffic cameras go beyond just red lights

Washington's new network of almost 100 cameras will ticket folks who block the box, fail to yield to pedestrians, or drive overweight trucks on residential streets.
Posted In: traffic cameras, Washington D.C.

A new app wants to make stock trading free for all

Robinhood, a new app for smartphones, says its service is about letting everyone fully share in the fruits of capitalism -- which means free stock trades.
Posted In: Investing, apps

Get your kid a golf cart when she turns 16

As drivers increasingly take them off the putting green, sales of golf carts are expected to grow to $682 million this year.
Posted In: golf carts

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