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Help with enrollment has long been advertised as just a phone call away. Yet the challenge in some states has been trying to get a call through.
Even a $34.2 billion increase in net worth wasn't enough to beat the soaring stocks, but Buffett's company did generate a record $19.5 billion profit.
Despite optimism that U.S. stocks will be among the best performers, American investors are still running scared.
Ukraine and Russia sparred at the UN as well.
Detroit faces a long legal fight over its valuable art collection, a bond insurer argued.
The 3,500 pages of documents made public by the National Archives underscored what a pivotal force Hillary Clinton was in her husband's White House.
Paying for a company's annual membership may not save you much money. How to make memberships pay.
As the Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox was careening toward collapse, its owner found even some of his fellow virtual currency advocates were losing faith.
The mastermind of an alleged Silicon Valley scheme not to poach one another's employees, court papers say, was Steve Jobs.
Activity in China's factory sector slowed to an 8-month low in February, official data showed, reinforcing signs of a modest slowdown in the economy as demand weakens.
The highest-paying internships are at tech companies like Palantir, VMWare, and Twitter, according to Glassdoor.com.
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Next week will be all about on thing - the jobs number.
While the markets are hoping to see a March thaw, a flight to safety in the wake of the Crimea crisis may chill stocks.
If Crimea tries to secede from Ukraine with Russian support, there's almost nothing Ukraine could do to stop it.
Viacom, Discovery Communications and Scripps Networks have entered the race to buy UK television broadcaster Channel 5. The Financial Times reports.
Sears said it has launched an investigation to determine whether it was the victim of a security breach.
Obama spoke on the situation in Ukraine Friday afternoon as officials confirmed that troops were in Crimea's capital.
Japan's Fast Retailing, which owns Uniqlo, is in talks to buy J. Crew, reported the Wall Street Journal, citing a source.