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1:30 PM - Friday, March 06, 2015
5 hour ago - MarketWatch.com
The Dow just became a little more hip. It did not become more relevant, writes Chuck Jaffe.
4 hour ago - WSJ.com
The FDA approved its first “biosimilar” drug, a decision expected to launch a new industry of lower-cost versions of expensive drugs that could help the U.S. curb its $375 billion in yearly drug spending.
24 hour ago - CNBC
A $5 million class-action lawsuit filed this week in Florida accuses hardwood and laminate flooring giant Lumber Liquidators.
5 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Chad Stone
Today's solid jobs report shows that private employers have added jobs every month for five straight years. Unemployment has dropped sharply, though it has room to fall further. To herald a truly healthy labor market, however, labor force part . . .
8 hour ago - money.cnn.com
The U.S. added 295,000 jobs in February and unemployment fell to 5.5%, the lowest level since May 2008.
7 hour ago - CNBC
Avago Technologies, Facebook and Michael Kors are among 9 US companies that are growing the fastest, USA Today reports.
5 hour ago - on The Huffington Post / Alexis Kleinman
If you need an excuse to throw your phone in a drawer for a day, now's your chance. Starting at sundown on Friday and stretching into Saturday is the National Day Of Unplugging. This annual event is inspired by the Jewish tradition of turnin . . .
4 hour ago - NPR Topics / Scott Neuman
Two Vietnamese citizens and a Canadian are charged in connection with hacking eight U.S. email service providers and using stolen addresses for spam marketing.
4 hour ago - CNBC
The Fed can raise interest rates even if inflation measures remain below the central bank's target, said Jeffrey Lacker.
10 hour ago - msnbc.com
The economy defied expectations in February when it created 295,000 jobs, trimming the jobless rate to 5.5 percent, government data showed Friday.
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