House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) arrives for a news conference after telling the Republican caucus that he will resign his post at the U.S. Capitol June 11, 2014 in Washington, DC.
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WALL STREET LOSES FRIEND IN CANTOR: Eric Cantor’s primary loss means that Wall St. has lost one of its staunches supporters in Congress. A look at who his backers were and legislation he might have helped influence. Read more

OLDER WOMEN IN THE WORKFORCE: Don’t look now, but the older workforce is getting a decidedly feminine cast. The boomer women reaching retirement age have been breaking barriers all  their lives, from entering college in wide numbers to breaking into male dominated industries. And now that they are are older, a surprising number intend to keep working because they want to. Read more

WORLD CUP: BY THE NUMBERS: The  economic impact of the games from travel and tourism to tickets and venues and attendance. Read more

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