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Filings for U.S. unemployment benefits last week rose less than economists forecast as the number of dismissals stayed consistent with a firm labor market. more
Orders for durable goods fell in February for the third time in four months, reflecting a broad-based slowdown that underscores lingering softness in U.S. capital investment. more
I can't help it. I read some bad sales advice today and I gotta say something. I'll try to keep it positive, but my tongue is already bleeding from biting it. The title read: When sales calls stall. Every salesperson has … more
The number of applications for U.S. unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week, reaching a three-month low, indicating the labor market remains steady. more
As soon as it was clear beyond doubt that Senator Ted Cruz wasn't going to endorse Donald Trump in his speech at the Republican convention, it was also clear that Cruz's speech was the only one that was going to be discussed the next day. more
The accountability movement that has focused on K-12 public education is moving into higher education, with greater calls for performance-based funding. In Rhode Island, a year after its introduction, performance-based incentive funding was … more
Bankers have a new year to fear: 2018. more
Consumer confidence cooled in the final week of January as American households tempered their views about the economy and their finances. more
If there’s one thing the recent news flow has shown, it’s that there are lots and lots and lots of things to be scared about, in financial markets and beyond. Famous short-seller Jim Chanos suggests there’s something people should add to the list: auto loans. more
Consumer comfort declined last week to a three-month low as Americans’ attitudes about the economy and their financial prospects deteriorated. more
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