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It's open enrollment time at work. Prepare yourself. Starting in 2010, your employer is making sure that when it comes to paying for your health care, you're going to be sharing much more of the burden.
So far, so good. But next week brings the first big test for corporate profits.
Stocks slumped Friday, at the end of an upbeat week on Wall Street, as a sour response to General Electric and Bank of America's quarterly results gave investors a reason to retreat.
The nation's bank casualties tallied 99 Friday night when state regulators closed San Joaquin Bank, based in Bakersfield, California. This was the tenth bank to fail in that state.
The nation's armed services wrapped up a record year for recruiting as a withering job market and bigger bonuses trumped two unpopular wars.
It's probably cold comfort, but Goldman Sachs couldn't have done it without your help.
President Obama is calling on Congress to send another $250 relief payment to 57 million seniors and other Americans to stem the economic strain.
Congress is considering proposals to greatly expand a soon-to-expire $8,000 tax credit for first-time homebuyers -- potentially applying it to all but the wealthiest homebuyers.
Ford issued the largest single recall in its history Tuesday as drivers of an additional 4.5 million vehicles were alerted about a fire hazard from a faulty switch.
More than 80% of top economists believe that the recession that started almost two years ago is finally over. But most don't expect meaningful improvement in jobs, credit or housing for months to come.
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