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The future heir to the British throne is still weeks away, but the U.K. economy is already bracing for a royal baby bump.
U.S. oil output grew at the fastest pace ever in 2012, eroding the cartel's influence on prices.
Investors shouldn't worry about when the Federal Reserve is going to pull the plug on its stimulus program.
Profits are a necessity, says a new book by a French design team, but sustainability and simple pleasure matter, too.
Investors are sitting tight ahead of Bernanke's press conference, where he's expected to give more detail on when and how the Fed will ease back on its bond-buying program.
Shares of the creative software developer surge on better-than expected earnings. It looks like Adobe's move to a cloud-based subscription model is working.
The number of men in the workforce is shrinking. More are incarcerated or on disability, and that's not good for the economy.
Video gamers' lives were forever changed after Atari created the first in-home console.
The world's big developed economies step up efforts to make individuals and firms pay their taxes.
Electric car maker Tesla Motors has announced a recall of hundreds of its Model S vehicles for a seat problem.
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