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The “Arab Spring” in the Middle East and North Africa has raised hopes and dreams. But can it raise money … Learn more

On May eighteenth, Dominique Strauss-Kahn resigned as managing director of the International Monetary Fund. Mr. Strauss-Kahn was charged with a … Learn more

Today we share some ideas for job hunters about presenting yourself online. Ben Kirshner is chief executive of a New … Learn more

The job market is more competitive than ever for millions of workers around the world. In America, one reason for … Learn more

Central bankers have to choose their words carefully. So they often say little in public — or little that makes … Learn more

Many children first learn the value of money by receiving an allowance. The purpose is to let children learn from … Learn more

The best example of something is often called the “gold standard.” It sets the standard against which other things are … Learn more

In early April, President Obama announced his plans to seek re-election in November of next year. In an e-mail to … Learn more

Microsoft has fought legal battles with officials in Europe and the United States over competition in the personal computer market. … Learn more

President Obama held a White House conference in March to discuss ways to prevent bullying in school. But bullying is … Learn more

Unrest in North Africa and the Middle East pushed oil prices back into the news. Prices rose at their fastest … Learn more

State and local governments across the United States are facing big budget deficits. Many of these shortfalls include promises of … Learn more

Americans have been watching the protests in the Middle East and North Africa — and closer to home. Workers in … Learn more

A ten-billion-dollar deal aims to create the world’s largest exchange company. The plan would combine the operators of the New … Learn more

Food prices are at their highest level since the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization began keeping records in nineteen … Learn more

Egypt is the biggest of the nations hit by recent protests in North Africa and the Middle East. One of … Learn more

Changes are taking place in Silicon Valley in California. Larry Page will replace Eric Schmidt as chief executive at Google. … Learn more

Business is the most popular subject for international students in the United States. At last count, twenty-one percent of foreign … Learn more

Big stock exchanges in the United States are linked in what is known as the national market system plan. The … Learn more

Facebook is the world’s biggest social network — and the subject of the movie “The Social Network.”The real Mark Zuckerberg … Learn more

Here are some of the top economic stories of two thousand ten. The world continued to struggle with a slow … Learn more

At the end of December, publisher Merriam-Webster released its list of top ten words of the year for two thousand … Learn more

President Obama announced an agreement with congressional Republicans in December. It would extend for two years the tax cuts put … Learn more

The season for buying Christmas gifts was the busiest time for most stores and online retailers in the United States. … Learn more

Commodities are basic materials that are used and traded worldwide. The price of commodities helps determine how much a business … Learn more

On December first, Ireland’s Prime Minister Brian Cowen announced measures to cut the biggest budget deficit in Europe. He said: … Learn more

Continuing debt problems in Greece and Portugal. The banking crisis in Ireland. A trillion-dollar deficit in the United States. These … Learn more

Microfinance is a fast-growing part of the financial industry in many developing countries. Micro lenders give small loans to poor … Learn more

The Federal Reserve calls America’s economic recovery “disappointingly slow.” So the Federal Reserve decided to add six hundred billion dollars … Learn more

When we print something, a flat page comes to mind. For example, you might use a photocopier.Photocopiers print in two … Learn more