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Millions Of New Jobs, But Many Don't Pay Well

The economy has added about 4.6 million jobs since the recession ended. But nearly 40 percent of these jobs don't pay well and have only limited benefits.
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No-Go For Web Hosting Service Go Daddy

The Web-hosting service Go Daddy was brought down for several hours Monday before being restored. A Twitter user and supporter of the group Anonymous later claimed credit for hacking Go Daddy's site.
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Rhetoric Aside, Few Details Of Romney's Tax Plan

GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney says it is possible to cut tax rates without driving the government deeper into the red, and that he can make up for the lost revenue by closing tax loopholes. But analysts have had a hard time testing Romney's claim because he hasn't offered many specifics.
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Fears Of Currency Devaluation Mount In Egypt

Throughout the government's transitional period, the Egyptian pound remained stable because the government shored it up through foreign reserves. As those reserves reach dangerously low levels, concern is mounting that a major currency devaluation is imminent.
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Atlanta Symphony Locked Out

With the symphony's 68th season just weeks away, it's uncertain whether the opening concert will happen.
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Chicago Strike Emblematic Of Union Struggle

Teachers unions were once a dominant force in American politics and education policy. While still major players, they are rapidly losing strength and having a harder time finding reliable allies.
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Montgomery County Faces Public Utility Company Debate

The president of the Montgomery County Council will meet two groups this week that want to replace Pepco with a publicly owned company.

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GoDaddy Goes Down, Anonymous Member Takes Responsibility

GoDaddy hosts more than 5 million websites and has registered more than 53 million domain names.

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