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Through education, proactive self-regulation and collaboration with regulators, industry leaders can help speed the process of rule-making.
Vilifying a nutrient -- from fat, cholesterol to sugar -- doesn't necessarily lead to a more balanced, healthful diet. Instead, it often has the opposite effect, experts say.
Despite the severity of the crisis, Congress has not made resolving it a priority, and the issue has been barely mentioned in presidential debates.
Sorry, Mr. President. Companies that treat their employees well are the rule in American business, not the exception.
The second-largest U.S. carrier at times did not return wheelchairs to customers promptly or give them adequate help, according to Department of Transportation.
The U.S. is the only industrialized nation in the world that does not provide working moms (or dads) with support during the vital first few months of a newborn's life. It's time for change.
The allegations in the lawsuit carry penalties that could cost Volkswagen billions of dollars, a senior Justice Department official said.
Here's what the rate hike means to you and your wallet.
The cyber attack was the work of criminals, according to China's official Xinhua news agency.
The computer company is reportedly collecting data through its automatically enabled 'Sync' feature in Chrome.
The newly proposed guidelines will be considered as the FAA and DOT draft the final rules.
Rental properties are among the most secure, reliable and tax-advantaged investments available to entrepreneurs.
A task force is being asked to flesh out how the registration will work to put a system in place ahead of the holiday season.
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