Financial institutions are using military tools and techniques, like “fusion centers” and combat drills, to battle cybercrime.

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According to a study by the St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank, young American families have recovered least from the effects of the Great Recession and are at risk of becoming…

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Stock-market investors are loving the unexpected surge in oil prices—at least for now.

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<p>A fast-growing type of charitable account gets big tax breaks but little oversight.</p>

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<p>Is it too late now to say sorry? That’s the question several corporations are asking with their new apology ads. And they hope the answer is “no.”</p>

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Koo Bon-moo, the chairman of South Korea’s fourth-largest conglomerate who transformed a local producer of cheap appliance into a global tech and chemical powerhouse over two decades, has died. He was 73.

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Marijuana sales are now legal in 30 states. But the federal government has not made it easy for the owners of those businesses to pay their taxes.

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<p>In a shortsighted effort to fight homelessness, Seattle’s city council has approved a new employee “head tax” on companies based in the city. The policy pits growth and progress against each other in a zero-sum game that will do far more harm than good.</p>

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Teen employment has plummeted in recent decades as academics have taken center stage.

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If you care about maximizing your retirement, avoid making these unforced 401(k) errors.

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<p>The class divide is already toxic, and is fast becoming unbridgeable. You’re probably part of the problem.</p>

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Murray Webb had been a lackluster student more interested in sports than schoolwork while attending a small Virginia college. Then he transferred to Kennesaw State University in suburban Atlanta to pursue a master’s degree in applied statistics and landed four job offers upon graduation. Webb, 33, now earns $160,000 a year targeting health-care customers for hospitals and says he is approached weekly by companies and recruiters seeking data scientists.

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As the department store chain celebrates its 125th anniversary, its market capitalization has shrunk drastically.

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The hottest market in the world for luxury real estate? Victoria, British Columbia.

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As the department store chain celebrates its 125th anniversary, its market capitalization has shrunk drastically.

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