Economy

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Rents Jump For U.S. Apartments As Demand Outweighs Rising Supply

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A jump in apartment construction in recent years so far hasn’t added enough supply to significantly boost vacancies, enabling landlords to charge higher rates.

Georgia Tops Nation In 'Clean' Job Creation, Report Says

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Georgia, California and Texas created the most clean energy and clean transportation jobs, report says.

Lowest-Paid Americans Lead Wage Gains As Job Market Tightens

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Average hourly earnings in industries paying less than $12.50 an hour a year ago rose 3.2 percent in the 12 months through April, according to Goldman Sachs

Powering Up

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Enthusiasm for renewable energy is expanding and so are the investment options.

The Nation's Top 10 Auto Theft Hot Spots

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Old or new, your car stands the greatest chance of being stolen in these U.S. metropolitan areas, says the National Insurance Crime Bureau.

CFA Chief's Message To Fund Industry: 'Work Harder For Less'

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A five-year run of virtually uninterrupted stock-market gains in the U.S. and Europe has boosted assets under management but done little to lift margins for stock pickers who face tech competition.

Housing In U.S. Seen Boosted By Millennials Finally Buying Homes

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A greater share of U.S. millennials say they’re likely to buy a home this year, adding to evidence that first-time buyers are finally entering the real estate market and fueling a jump in sales.

32 Million Workers, Retirees Could Be Vulnerable From Hack To Fed Personnel Department

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The Office of Personnel Management data breaches by Chinese hackers could affect 32 million federal workers and retirees, House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) warned Wednesday.

Do You Know What Your Spouse Makes? 43 Percent Of Americans Don't

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Couples’ ignorance about their incomes seems to be growing, from 27 percent in 2013 to 43 percent this year, and there could be a lot of reasons why.

Survey Says Marijuana Prices Are Crashing In Colorado

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Prices for recreational-use pot are declining faster than some had expected, while the number of people visiting the stores has increased.

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