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Left behind in Silicon Valley

David Weinberg | Mar 31, 2015
Traditional middle class jobs—and families—are feeling the tech pinch.

Changing times fuel drug company deals

Nova Safo | Mar 31, 2015
From Obamacare to a generic drug supply crunch, mergers are due to lots of reasons.

Latvia's Russian minority not separatist

Stephen Beard | Mar 31, 2015
Latvia's Russian-speaking minority prefers economic stability to separatism.
Posted In: Economy, latvia, Russia
Facebook holds talks with at least half a dozen media companies about hosting their content.

The one with all the Facebook friends

Tony Wagner and Beidi Zhang | Mar 31, 2015
Here are the numbers we're watching and reading for on Tuesday.
The Rhodes scholarship program, which invites students from various countries around the world to study at the prestigious Oxford University, is opening it's doors to China.

Rhodes Trust plans global scholarship expansion

Sally Herships | Mar 30, 2015
Chinese students are now able to apply for the prestigious program.

Franchising pies without losing the secret ingredient

Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar | Mar 30, 2015
LA chain the Pie Hole wrestles with expanding while remaining authentic.
A foreclosure sign

When foreclosure cases drag on for years

Kai Ryssdal | Mar 30, 2015
Homeowners may find themselves living mortgage-free for life
This year's NBC spectacular is set to head down the yellow brick road.

NBC announces 'The Wiz' as its next musical

Kai Ryssdal | Mar 30, 2015
Loved NBC's "Peter Pan?" You're in luck.

Quiz: Don’t judge a school by its sticker price

Dan Hill | Mar 30, 2015
College costs are rising, but 84 percent of undergrads received financial aid in 2011.
Planes operated by Lufthansa and Germanwings are seen at the El Prat International Airport in Barcelona, Spain.

How do airlines compensate for a plane crash?

Adam Allington | Mar 30, 2015
Lufthansa may be vulnerable to unlimited liability, but not punitive damages