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Outlook for gasoline prices: Going lower
Motorists have seen prices at the pump fall steadily since early April. After peaking around $3.93 a gallon, the national average price of self-serve regular has fallen to $3.54, as measured by AAA.
Companies taking greater role on campuses in producing skilled students
U.S. companies such as GE, Boeing and Microsoft are contacting college students far earlier than ever, advising and shaping curricula so graduates can plug into jobs with less training time and cost.
Slate: 'Smart' food packaging
Soon, "smart" food packaging may keep fruit fresh and let you know if that seafood is spoiled.
Consumers continue to use more credit
The Federal Reserve's monthly report shows consumer credit rose by $6.51 billion in April, the eighth month in a row that it has risen. It follows a $12.4 billion gain in March.
Public workers in fiscal, political bull's eye
This has been a difficult year for government workers across the country, who are fighting uphill battles to hang on to their pensions and stable salaries — and it's not over yet.
Wedding season: Make it stop already!
Wedding planning has just about pushed Grace Kim over the edge. Already she's bought an expensive dress, organized myriad events, scouted locations, mulled color schemes, agonized over tiny details and played referee between between warring factions of friends. And she's not even the one getting married.
Lawmakers press Zuckerberg on Facebook users under 13
Facebook is taking heat from U.S. lawmakers after reports that the company is exploring ways to let children under 13 onto its social network.
Slowdown short of recession seen for third year
The U.S. economy looks set to deliver a repeat performance in 2012: for the third straight year, it may suffer a swoon yet not slip into a recession.
For hackers, software flaws offer keys to government, business computers
As hackers and spies ramp up attacks on U.S. computer networks, government and business leaders are rushing to build better defenses — and preparing for digital battles online.
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