For homes near the Hague River in downtown Norfolk, flooding is now a regular event. On a calm day, at high tide, the water laps just inches from the top of the barrier. Yuki Noguchi/NPR hide caption

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As Sea Levels Rise, Norfolk Is Sinking And Planning

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Sprint Might Finally Get Its Way With Possible T-Mobile Deal

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When A Retail Giant Shops For A CEO, A Good Fit Is Hard To Find

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A coal-fired power plant in Colstrip, Mont. The Environmental Protection Agency wants U.S. power plants to cut carbon pollution by 30 percent. Matt Brown/AP hide caption

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Will EPA's New Emission Rules Boost Your Power Bill? It Depends

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Workplace bullying even happens at the NFL. Investigators concluded that Miami Dolphins lineman Jonathan Martin was harassed by other teammates. John Minchillo/AP hide caption

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States Consider Bills To Crack Down On Workplace Bullies

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In Rare Concession, Credit Suisse Admits Criminal Wrongdoing

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Pfizer is pursuing British drugmaker AstraZeneca, in part because it wants to lower its tax rate by moving its headquarters to London. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Companies Face Backlash Over Foreign Mergers To Avoid U.S. Taxes

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Some universities have stopped investing in coal companies, but many others don't see the point. An aerial view of the Coal Hollow Mine in Utah in 2012. Ethan Miller/Getty Images hide caption

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When Colleges Ditch Coal Investments, It's Barely A Drop In The Bucket

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Postal Workers Protest At Staples Over Shift In Jobs

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Monica Chavez packs up a box at an Amazon.com fulfillment center Dec. 2, in Phoenix. Ross D. Franklin/AP hide caption

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Online Sales Taxes Shift Consumer Behavior, Study Shows

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While many women continue to work with little change in their duties while pregnant, others find that pregnancy can be a career liability. Yuri Arcurs/iStockphoto hide caption

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When Being Pregnant Also Means Being Out Of A Job

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Rhonda Sanderson and her ex-husband, John Amato III, shown here in 2010, helped make a business thrive after they divorced. Courtesy of Rhonda Sanderson hide caption

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When Divorce Leads To A Happily Ever After For A Small Business

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In the hiring process, there are things employers aren't permitted to ask, like whether you plan to have kids. Some employers turn to social media to learn more about job candidates. iStockphoto hide caption

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Can't Ask That? Some Job Interviewers Go To Social Media Instead

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