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The GOP in California faces increasing electoral challenge as the numbers of Democratic-leaning Latino voters continue to grow.

Monster is becoming fast friends with Facebook as the Maynard career site turns to the social networking giant to help keep up with changes in online recruiting trends.

U.S. savings bonds -- those paper certificates that helped raise billions to finance America's campaign in World War II -- are going electric.

The UAW is optimistic that it can complete negotiations for a new labor agreement with Ford by the end of the week, top union officials said late Monday in messages for members.

U.S. consumer confidence stood at 45.4 for September, "essentially unchanged" from August's 45.2, reported the Conference Board Tuesday.

Rumors that the iPhone will soon be sold in Wal-Mart locations have been confirmed by Wal-Mart employees who were apparently not trained that Apple's secrets are supposed to be kept secrets. The San Jose Mercury News has reported comments and quotes from named Wal-Mart employees and managers who say iPhones -- possibly a 4GB unit for $99 -- will be on sale at their stores soon.

Amazon announced a new deal Monday to stream Fox movies and TV shows online, just two days before the web giant is expected to announce its challenger to Apple's iPad

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George Costanza of "Seinfeld" no longer has to schlep his famously overstuffed wallet. Google on Monday released the Google Wallet app that turns the Sprint Nexus S 4G smartphone into a mobile payment device you can use instead of carrying all those plastic credit cards.


Hispanics make steady but slow inroads at nation's top postgraduate schools.

Much is at stake as companies warm to the idea of far-reaching inclusion.

The SBA 8(a) program helps women- and minority-owned companies compete for federal contracts.





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