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26 March 2009 04:29 am
The global economic crisis wears on, but the Museum of American Finance is already documenting its history in an exhibit that opened on Wednesday.

22 March 2009 04:53 am
Daily coffee consumption in the United States was steady this year compared to 2008, while the number of people making their coffee at home rose, the National Coffee Association of U.S.A. said on Saturday.

21 March 2009 04:42 am
European leaders have agreed to make $100 billion available to the International Monetary Fund and €50 billion ($68 billion) to eastern European countries, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said Friday.

20 March 2009 03:20 am
The number of U.S. workers drawing state unemployment benefits hit another record high early this month and factory activity in the Mid-Atlantic region shrank again as the economy battles a severe downturn.

19 March 2009 04:33 am
The number of people unemployed in the United Kingdom has topped 2 million for the first time in more than a decade, Britain's Office for National Statistics said Wednesday.

18 March 2009 04:47 am
Nokia, the world's leading cellphone maker, announced Tuesday that it was cutting 1,700 further jobs globally due to falling demand.

15 March 2009 04:51 am
U.S. municipalities, strapped for cash as the recession decimates revenues, are stepping up sales of everything from old police cars, helicopters and bicycles to confiscated jewelry and slot machines in an effort to reduce swollen deficits.

12 March 2009 06:05 am
Microsoft Corp founder Bill Gates is the richest man again, overtaking investor Warren Buffett, as the global financial meltdown wiped out $2 trillion from the net worth of the world's billionaires, Forbes Magazine said on Wednesday.

12 March 2009 05:27 am
U.S. unemployment will approach 10 percent as the country endures its worst recession since World War Two, leaving more than 13 million Americans jobless, according to a Reuters poll of economists.

11 March 2009 05:17 am
Recessions gripping economies around the world will hit men harder than women as job insecurity threatens an inherent sense of masculinity, damaging mental health, a British researchers said this month.

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