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First-time jobless claims drop less than expected

First-time jobless claims drop less than expected

WASHINGTON — The number of newly laid-off workers claiming unemployment benefits fell less than expected last week, fresh evidence the job market remains a weak spot in the economic recovery.

New home sales fall 7.6 pct in December

New home sales fall 7.6 pct in December

WASHINGTON — New home sales unexpectedly fell 7.6 percent last month, capping the industry’s weakest year on record.

RAIR launches its CSA 2010 solution

RAIR launches its CSA 2010 solution

MILWAUKEE, Wis. — Risk management and compliance services provider RAIR has launched a solution designed to help carriers fully comply with CSA 2010.

Celadon Group profit falls 40 percent; beats expectations

Celadon Group profit falls 40 percent; beats expectations

INDIANAPOLIS — Celadon Group Inc., which provides transportation services including trucking and logistics, said that its fiscal second-quarter profit fell 40 percent as low rates persisted despite an increase in volume.

Toyota halts U.S. sales of Camry, 7 other models

Toyota halts U.S. sales of Camry, 7 other models

TOKYO — Toyota's decision to suspend U.S. sales on an unprecedented scale to fix faulty gas pedals is a blow to the automaker's reputation for quality and endangers its fledgling earnings recovery.

Poised for recovery, economy is lurching forward

Poised for recovery, economy is lurching forward

Americans are feeling better about the economy, home prices are on the rise and companies are forecasting a brighter 2010.

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