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Telecommuting is killing the snow day
People working from home help keep storm's cost down to relatively low $500 million.
Cost of melting icy roads ... is heating up
In New York, the price is up 27 percent from last year.
Want to track a snowplow? There's an app for that.
Data delivered via smartphone can show skeptics that snowplow drivers are doing their jobs. Or not.
Falling oil won't mean huge savings on home heating
Winter has got an early grip on the country.
Winter is coming: Why forecasters love a good vortex
A polar vortex is predictable, so it makes for an easy, media-friendly story.
The lingering effect of last year's tough winter
The U.S. Energy Department says heating costs are likely to be less this winter.
Winter economic slowdown? Not for Campbell's soup
Winter weather is mostly a drag on the economy, but a few businesses love it
The economics of a bad winter
A business opportunity for firms that make de-icer with everything from the remnants of rum to beet juice.
Mild winter helps some businesses, hurts others
For some businesses that shut down during the winter, the mild weather this winter has been an economic shot in the arm. For others, not so much.