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Initial claims for unemployment benefits increased by 13,000 but the data is “consistent with a still-strong trend in employment growth."
The state attorney general is investigating whether bank employees stole customers' identities when they created unauthorized accounts.
The energy services provider and four executives allegedly booked $20 million in improper revenue over a two-year period.
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