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Stocks fell after two decent economic reports raised more fears that the Federal Reserve may begin to cut back on its bond purchases relatively soon.
The economy rose at a 3.6% annualized clip in the third quarter. But that number may be misleadingly high since it was driven mostly by businesses stockpiling inventories.
It was long part of the compact between government workers and their bosses: The pay wasn't as good as in the private sector, but the retirement benefits were great - and virtually guaranteed. That's not always the case anymore.
Chinese buyers purchased $8.2 billion worth of U.S. property in 2012, according to Juwai, which ranked cities by how many searches they attracted from Chinese house hunters.
Detroit's city-owned art collection is worth between $452 million and $866 million -- far less than expected, according to a preliminary estimate released Wednesday by Christie's.
Secretary Hagel said the first jobs to be cut will be his own, announcing cuts of about 200 workers from his team of 2,400.
Super Bowl 30-second spots sold for record-breaking $4.5 million, says industry source.
Two million passwords have been stolen, compromising accounts at Facebook, Gmail, Twitter, Yahoo and ADP.
As Snapchat COO, White will be tasked with monetizing that hockey-stick growth and high user engagement.
Student loan debt is continuing to pile up on America's college graduates, averaging $29,400 per student last year.