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Jill Schlesinger, editor-at-large of CBS MoneyWatch.com
Residents of rural Africa may soon have systems that provide power for water wells, communications and more through Maryland-based companies.
Wall Street Journal reports that overqualified workers may start to look for better jobs they took during a down economy.
Median pay for part-time workers met double-digit losses in almost every local jurisdiction, falling 28 percent in Fairfax County in 2007 and 2008, and dropping a third for those in Howard County, according to an analysis of the 2009 American Community Survey.
The November elections may lead to a future of the past.
This is certainly not the same town it was five years ago, but has it changed enough for those living in the suburbs to come into the city?
This may not be solace to you if you are out of work, but the D.C. area continues to do better with employment than most of the country and one local county is promoting that heavily.
Renewed economic uncertainty is testing Americans' generation-long love affair with the stock market.
A solid majority of executives from around the world think it was a good thing, says new survey.
About 940 positions will be lost -- the biggest loss for a Frederick employer at one time.