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When It Comes To Businesses, How Big Is Small?

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Some Investors Choosing U.S. Over Emerging Markets

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Suffixes like .org, .net and .com are the most common on the Internet today. But the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, which governs Web names, plans to add some 1,400 more, some ending in Arabic or Chinese characters. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Beyond .Com: Some See Confusion In Internet Domain Expansion

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GDP Report Is Better Than Economists Expected

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Congress Weighs Whether Big Banks Can Own Commercial Assets

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The scene in a Wal-Mart store in Alexandria, Va. Cities are a key growth area for retailers since suburbs are already saturated with big-box stores. AP hide caption

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D.C. Wage Rift Puts Spotlight On Wal-Mart's Urban Push

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Jobless Rate For June Holds Steady At 7.6 Percent

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Mortgage interest rates have spiked recently, causing unease among potential homebuyers. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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As Mortgage Rates Rise, Homebuyers Face New Dilemma

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Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe, in 2011, appears before a Senate committee looking into the Postal Service's economic troubles. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Being Postmaster General Isn't What It Used To Be

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Senate Bill Would Do Away With Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac

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High Court Sides With Employers In Discrimination Suits

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Home values have been rising in recent months, but mortgage rates have taken a rapid turn upward as well. Some investors are worried that the housing recovery may stall if mortgage rates jump too quickly. Gene J. Puskar/AP hide caption

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Housing Market Watchers Edgy As Mortgage Rates Keep Climbing

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Poll: Majority Of Americans Comfortable With Surveillance

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50 Years After The Equal Pay Act, Gender Wage Gap Endures

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U.S. Unemployment Rate Inched Up In May

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