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The new gap year for western students: hundreds of young business wannabes are heading to China and Hong Kong, hoping the cultural experience will give them the edge as they enter the jobs market.
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Workers at South Carolina Boeing work on a 787 Dreamliner for Air India at the plant's final assembly building in North Charleston, South Carolina in this December 19, 2013 file photo.
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Employers added 175,000 jobs to their payrolls last month after creating 129,000 new positions in January, the Labor Department said on Friday.
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The nation's unemployment rate edged up to 6.7 percent in February from 6.6 percent the month before, but employers added more jobs than expected, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said Friday .
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Transit police with Boston's subway system said there have been 13 cases of people taking secretive "upskirt" photographs in the past three years.
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A man walks through the 9/11 Empty Sky memorial across from New York's Lower Manhattan and One World Trade Center in Liberty State Park A British news channel is preparing to broadcast video footage of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks captured from outer space for the first time in the coming weeks.
The number of Americans filing new claims for jobless benefits hit a three-month low last week, suggesting some strength in a labor market that has been hobbled by severe weather.
EBay Inc CEO John Donahoe said on Wednesday that several of the online retailer's most active shareholders have assured him they support his efforts to resist demands by activist investor Carl Icahn for a spin-off of the PayPal unit.
Prosecutors say son-in-law Abu Ghaith was right-hand man for Osama Bin Laden and that he conspired to kill Americans.
Target Corp.'s CIO has resigned following a data breach that led to hackers compromising millions of credit and debit card accounts of customers last year.
Oil and gas giants Chesapeake Energy and Encana Corp. were charged on Wednesday with colluding to keep oil and gas lease prices artificially low in the state of Michigan, the state Attorney General Bill Schuette said.
Pro-Russia supporters shout slogans and wave flags during a rally in the Crimean town of Yevpatoria, March 5, 2014.
The Los Angeles City Council voted on Tuesday to ban the use of electronic cigarettes, also known as "vaping," from restaurants, bars, nightclubs and other public spaces in the nation's second-largest city.
Investment banker Ken Moelis' boutique investment firm, Moelis & Co, filed to go public as it looks to take advantage of rising demand for independent advisory services and an improving market for public offerings in the United States.
Singapore named the world's most expensive city Singapore has topped 131 cities globally to become the world's most expensive city to live in 2014, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit .