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Homebuilders struggle to find buyers as cancellations by developers rise: ‘The build-for-rent market is going to become increasingly important’
Homebuilders are struggling amid the housing downturn, UBS Analyst John Lovallo told MarketWatch. Read More
$2 billion Powerball results finally announced: Here are the winning numbers.
The drawing was held after a 10-hour delay. Read More
‘Only time will tell if September was the nadir:’ Zillow reports sharp home-value declines in these cities, amid grim outlook for U.S. housing market
Home values were flat between September and October, with some markets in the west and south seeing big declines in home prices. Read More
The Powerball drawing was delayed — but players were still rolling in jokes
Monday’s $1.9 billion jackpot drawing was postponed due to a security issue — on the night of a blood moon lunar eclipse, the day before the midterm elections Read More
The eye-opening results scientists found when they studied bug splats on cars
A scientist in Denmark counted the bug splatters on his car and found they had declined dramatically. Is it aerodynamics, or something more sinister? Read More
Is the job market still thriving? What unemployment numbers mean for you, and where the opportunities are.
Workers wondering if it’s time to make a move might want to consider what’s happening with employment in their industry. Here’s what you need to know. Read More
Who really suffers when interest rates rise?
These are the people that will likely be hardest hit by the latest Fed rate hike. Read More
Does your company pay the same salary for the same job in different locations across the country? This research provides insight.
Pay-transparency laws are gaining steam. New York City employers, as of November, must include salary ranges on job postings. Read More