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Jeff and Mary Kay Wade keep a memorial case dedicated to their daughter, Lisa.

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Children work in the computer lab at Kentucky Country Day School in Louisville, Ky., in 2009.

Federal regulators are finally telling phone companies how to comply with a rule requiring them to charge bargain prices to schools and libraries. Read more»

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Immelt in 2009.

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