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The old salary history question could be on its way out for good

by Mitchell Hartman Oct 25, 2017
Narrowing the pay gap between men and women is the goal of new laws in California, Oregon, New York City, San Francisco and other jurisdictions.
A woman joins with other protesters to ask that woman be given the chance to have equal pay as their male co-workers on March 2017 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. 
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Weather Economy

Hurricane recovery for an unauthorized immigrant in Houston has added obstacles

by Andy Uhler Oct 25, 2017
Challenges like housing, transportation and finances are especially difficult.
A truck drives through high water along a street in Orange, Texas, on Sept. 6, more than a week after Hurricane Harvey made landfall.
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After losing out on a headquarters bid over a decade ago, Dallas created a thriving downtown to woo corporations

by Lauren Silverman Oct 24, 2017
Boeing’s rejection of Dallas as a corporate headquarters location 16 years ago helped spur the city's current growth in the arts.
Development of the Dallas Arts District was spurred in part by the city's failed bid to get Boeing to locate its headquarters in the city. The district now draws more than 1.5 million  visitors a year. 
Photo courtesy of Jerome Weeks, KERA News

Students flock to historically black colleges where they feel welcome

by Amy Scott Oct 24, 2017
Rising racial tension is one reason for the growth.
First-year student NaTavia Williams came to Morgan State from Colorado to study multimedia journalism.
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The $2 billion question: Spend on fighting fires or preventing them?

by Adriene Hill and Shaheen Ainpour Oct 24, 2017
A professor of fire ecology discusses the trade-offs in one of the costliest fire seasons in memory.
Renee Hernandez looks over the remains of her Coffey Park home that was destroyed by the Tubbs Fire on Oct. 23 in Santa Rosa, California.
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A long, winding path to hurricane recovery in Houston

by Andy Uhler Oct 24, 2017
As Texans wait to for relief funds and repairs post-Hurricane Harvey, the in-between life can be frustrating.
Discarded items sit outside of a flooded home in Orange as Texas slowly moves toward recovery from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey on Sept. 6, 2017.
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Marketplace Tech Blogs

The economics of colonizing Mars

by Molly Wood and Kristin Schwab Oct 24, 2017
Would it be profitable? One science fiction writer isn't so sure.
An artist's conception of the Phoenix Mars lander on the red planet.
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CDOs — collateralized debt obligations — helped trigger the 2008 housing crisis. Now CLOs are on the rise. Should we be worried?

by Tracey Samuelson Oct 23, 2017
In the wake of the financial crisis, we all learned a lot of fear-inducing acronyms, like CDOs – collateralized debt obligations – which helped trigger the housing meltdown. So news that volumes of a similar sounding investment – CLO or…

Survey finds low-income people pay more in monthly bank fees

by Dan Gorenstein Oct 23, 2017
It can pay to have a checking account. But a new survey out this morning from Bankrate shows low-income consumers end up paying more in monthly bank fees than other customers. The survey found that consumers with annual household incomes…
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The latest Senate budget deal is approved. Does tax reform come next?

by Kai Ryssdal Oct 20, 2017
A roundup of this week's business and economic news.
President Donald Trump (C), with Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (L) and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R), delivers remarks during a meeting with members of Congress and his administration regarding tax reform in the Roosevelt Room of the White House on Sept. 5  in Washington, DC.
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