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African American Homeownership Increasingly Unstable

New forms of racial inequality make homeownership a risky investment for African-Americans, according to a new study by Cornell and Rice University sociologists.

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'Microsoft Should Try to Implement Layoffs as Quickly as Possible'

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Index Ranks 143 Countries on Ability to Innovate, Led by Switzerland, UK, Sweden

Switzerland, the United Kingdom and Sweden topped this year’s Global Innovation Index, which surveyed 143 economies using 81 indicators to gauge their innovation capabilities.

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Citi’s Settlement with the DOJ Is Just the Tip of the Iceberg According to Cornell Law Professor

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'Post-Merger Integration Is Usually Painful, Slow and Costly'

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Needs, Risks of Low-Wage Workers and the Impact on Public Health

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As low-wage jobs continue to show strong gains since the recession, findings from the Low-Wage Workers’ Health Project led by Upstate Medical University is offering insight into how these jobs affect public health and the economy in Syracuse, N.Y., and reflect national trends in issues related to low-wage workers.

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Drought and Poor Wheat Harvest in Kansas Has Effects on National Economy, Says Climatologist

The anticipated record low wheat harvest in Kansas will affect food availability and the national economy, says a Kansas State University climatologist.

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Federal Regulatory Spending Rises Most at Agencies Funded by Industry Fees

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While tight budgets are constraining regulatory spending at many federal agencies, those that garner funding from industry fees are using these revenue streams to fund substantial increases in regulatory programs and staffing, according to an annual report that examines the U.S. budget.

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Economic Effects of the World Cup May Result in Losses, Say Researchers

The World Cup has an economic effect on countries, according to an analysis of 50 years of nations' economic data compared with their Cup success over the same time period.

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