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Johnson & Johnson is appealing the decision, which could be the first of many legal battles.
The orchestra's principal flutist, Elizabeth Rowe, found out she makes about $65,000 less than the male oboe player next to her.
The work of William Nordhaus focused on climate change, while Paul Romer examined tech factors in calculating economic growth.
Why the concept of developing workers' skills is still recovering from the Great Recession.
The actor talks about his projects, along with exploring frontiers — final or otherwise — of business.
A nation known for its two-child policy per family has removed references to family planning in a draft of sweeping civil code. Does this mean the end of birth limits?
Inclusion is a core component in building a desirable culture, one consultant says.
Con artists are zeroing in on the retirement savings and other assets of an aging population, some of whom might already be suffering from cognitive decline.
Many voters backed President Donald Trump on the promise of new job growth in their respective parts of the country. But a report from the Associated Press shows that hasn't been the case – instead, it's the places who backed Clinton in 2016 that are reaping the benefits of rising employment.