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Creditors Vote on Detroit Bankruptcy Plan
Creditors have voted on Detroit emergency manager Kevyn Orr's bankruptcy restructuring plan for the city, a key move ahead of its bankruptcy trial.
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White House: 2014 Deficit to Drop $100B
The government's budget deficit will drop to $583 billion this year, the lowest level of President Obama's tenure, the White House said Friday.
Stocks Close Higher With Major Earnings Ahead
Stocks climbed on Friday, but closed lower for the week, as investors weighed quarterly results from Wells Fargo and readied for a slew earnings.
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Billionaires: U.S. 'Shortchanged' by Congress
Three of the world's wealthiest men have a message for Congress: Get your act together on immigration reform.
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Employers Say They Still Can't Fill Jobs
A declining unemployment rate would seem to mean that employers are packing their payrolls. But many say it's tougher this year than last.
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Minimum Wage Fight Turns to Tips
The tipped minimum wage starts as low as $2.13 an hour, although employers are supposed to make up the difference for bad tippers.
Stocks Drop on Europe Worry, Recoup Some Losses
Stocks suffered sizable losses, but recouped more than half of a steep dive, as investors dialed back concerns of trouble at a Portuguese bank.
Stocks Rise on Fed Signs to End Bond-Buying
Stocks climbed after minutes from the Fed's last meeting noted an improving economy and labor market, setting the stage for an end to monetary easing.
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Fed Likely to End Bond-Buying Package Sooner
Federal Reserve officials indicated that their monthly bond-buying program could end sooner rather than later—with an October exit growing likely.
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