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Inept bureaucracy lets dishonest businesses win

If they would share data, North Carolina agencies could level the playing field for honest employers.

Updated: Mar. 20, 2015 5:17 PM | Full Story

Injured worker pays for employer's gamble

Jimmy Worrell used a common insurance scheme to get work on the cheap. But now Clementé Gonzalez must fight for the medical care he needs.

Updated: Mar. 20, 2015 5:17 PM | Full Story

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Chair created for kids with autism may be headed to market

In the year and a half or so since a group of Kansas City-area students in a school district engineering program helped bring it to fruition, the Sensory Lounger has enjoyed quite a run.

Updated: May. 28, 2015 8:05 AM | Full Story

Bing no longer a search-engine blip

In Microsoft's expensive, decadelong battle against Google's search engine, no detail is too small.

Updated: May. 27, 2015 8:05 AM | Full Story

The changing face of the oil industry in Alaska

On some things, the Alaska leaders of the oil giants BP, ExxonMobil and Royal Dutch Shell agree: The state's oil future remains solid despite today's global oil glut. Any natural gas development will require cooperation among a large circle of interests both in and out of government. And it probably shouldn't be news that the far north operations of three of the world's biggest privately held hydrocarbon businesses are now spearheaded by women.

Updated: May. 26, 2015 8:09 AM | Full Story

Internships can pay off, but they sometimes carry a heavy cost

Rarely since the days of Monica Lewinsky and President Bill Clinton have scandalmongers been so fixated on the prizes and pitfalls of a college internship.

Updated: May. 26, 2015 8:09 AM | Full Story