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Hurricane Season Takes Its Toll On Home Sales And Builder Optimism
The recent, enormous storms have hit the industry, with several signs turning negative. But economists expect a rebound when the weather improves.
Fed's Unwinding Of Crisis Programs Expected To Push Up Interest Rates Very Gradually
The Federal Reserve in October will begin unwinding the extraordinary stimulus it used to battle the Great Recession. That means that over the long run, rates on car loans and mortgages could go up.
The Department Of Education Cuts Off A Student Loan Watchdog
The Education Department has terminated two agreements with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Here's why that matters.
Equifax Confirms Another 'Security Incident'
Equifax is already struggling to retain public trust after it waited at least a month to disclose a cyberattack that potentially impacted the personal information of millions of people.
The Dollar Is Weaker, But That May Not Be A Bad Thing
The dollar is down nearly 10 percent since the beginning of the year. That's bad news if you're a tourist traveling to Europe but great news if your U.S. company sells goods overseas.
What To Do When Your Personal Information Gets Hacked
The personal information of millions of people was potentially exposed after the hack of Equifax. Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Lisa Gerstner of Kiplinger's Personal Finance about what you should do.
As Millennials Get Older, Many Are Buying SUVs To Drive To Their Suburban Homes
Having put off buying cars and becoming homeowners, America's largest demographic is starting to make big-ticket purchases.
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Chief Responds To Equifax Hack
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Richard Cordray, director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, about the recent Equifax hack that leaked personal information of 143 million consumers.
After Equifax Data Breach, Consumers Are Largely On Their Own
The credit-rating company last week said it was hacked, leaving 143 million consumers' personal information exposed. Equifax now faces lawsuits and investigations. Read tips on safeguarding your data.
FDA Moves To Rein In Drugmakers' Abuse Of Orphan Drug Law
Following an investigation by Kaiser Health News and NPR, the Food and Drug Administration has moved to close a loophole that let drugmakers skip pediatric testing of drugs to treat rare diseases.
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