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The number of Americans who consider themselves multiracial has grown faster than any other racial group nationwide, new Census Bureau data reveal, a sign of slow but momentous shifts in the way that Americans think about race. Mixed or multiracial...
The number of Americans who consider themselves multiracial has grown faster than any other racial group nationwide, new Census Bureau data reveal. The change is a sign of slow but momentous shifts in the way Americans think about race. Mixed-race...
Of course you are familiar with the phrase “bring home the bacon,” but did you know it now has an international meaning? Seems that a Chinese meat processing company has agreed to pay $4.7 billion to buy Smithfield Foods Inc., a U.S. firm...
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A new report on the senior population found a majority of elderly women, blacks and Latinos are precariously close to poverty, according to the nonpartisan Economic Policy Institute report released Thursday. The report comes as lawmakers are considering...
Small-business employees in Denver have it best, according to a recent study, enjoying some of the highest wages for new hires and a rising workforce. The Mile-High City topped CardHub’s list of the Best Cities to Work for a Small Business. The...
A bill in Sacramento that would have decisively erased California’s longstanding dubious distinction as the stingiest state in the nation for arts-grant funding has failed for now. Some backers hope it might be revived next year. The bill would...
California slipped a notch in spending per public school pupil in 2011, falling to 35th among states in a year that marked the first overall drop across the nation in nearly four decades, the U.S. Census Bureau reported Tuesday. The 50 states and...
The media coverage and much of the public perception of the Los Angeles mayor's race have relentlessly focused on the money Los Angeles' labor movement is spending to elect Wendy Greuel, and on the wages and benefits of city and other employees that could...
It's a well known fact that men still out-earn women in the working world. That gender gape means that a full-time working woman will earn $443,360 less than her male counterpart over 40 years, according to a recent study by the National Women's Law...
Nielsen has expanded its definition of what constitutes a television home to include hundreds of thousands of dwellings that have broadband Internet connections. Beginning later this year, the ratings giant will begin including people who consume...
Tags: Entertainment, Television
The number of businesses owned by women in the United States has increased 59% since 1997, according to an estimate from American Express. Those 8.6 million firms are generating more than $1.3 trillion in revenue and employing nearly 7.8 million people,...
Tags: American Express Company, Business
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