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Beleaguered American Airlines Looks For A Fresh Start With New Look

American Airlines unveiled the first change to its logo and the look of its planes since 1968 on Thursday.
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In Connecticut, Two Sides Of A Deep Economic Divide

Leafy, tony Greenwich, Conn., feels a world apart from nearby Bridgeport, where unemployment and crime levels have soared as industry has declined. The vast differences in wealth in these two Fairfield County towns reflect a level of income inequality that's among the nation's highest.
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Jobless Claims At Five-Year Low; Home Building Hit Five-Year High In 2012

The day's economic news is on the positive side: 37,000 fewer people filed claims for unemployment benefits last week; and home construction surged in December and last year.
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New Rules Issued For Mortgage Servicing Companies

Last week, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau unveiled new rules for mortgage lenders. On Thursday, it releases new rules for the companies that service those loans.
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How Is The Housing Industry's Recovery Faring?

The Federal Reserve has released its latest snapshot of the state of the U.S. economy. Retail and auto sales were up slightly over the year before — as was activity in the housing sector. Renee Montagne talks to David Wessel, economics editor at The Wall Street Journal, about housing's recovery.
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FAA Grounds Boeing's New Jetliner In The U.S.

Most of the world's 787 jetliners are not flying. The Federal Aviation Administration announced late Wednesday it was grounding the U.S. fleet of Boeing's flagship airliner until it's confident the planes are safe. As expected, other countries then grounded their airplanes too.
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Employee Outsources His Own Job To China

What began as a company's suspicion that its infrastructure was being hacked turned into a case of a worker outsourcing his own job to a Chinese consulting firm. That's according to reports that cite an investigation by Verizon's security team. The man was earning a six-figure salary.

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