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  • Private equity: Barbarians at middle age
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  • Greece’s return to the markets: The prodigal son
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  • Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac: The ugly twins of finance
  • Charlemagne: The laws of euro-nomics
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  • The euro-zone economy: Frost in spring
  • Money: Bitcoin's deflation problem
  • Monetary policy: Low inflation is a choice
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  • Europe’s bond bubble: Don’t go potty on the periphery
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  • Special report on China: Out of the country
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  • Media: Scooped
  • Urbanisation: Where China’s future will happen
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  • Charlemagne: Russia’s friends in black
  • The European economy: The Greek miscalculation
  • Central Europe pulls together: Speaking with one voice
  • Free exchange: The benefits of Brentry
  • Politics this week
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  • Cyber Risk: Are Boards the New ‘Target’?
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  • How John Henry Turned the Red Sox Into Winners
  • Google and Facebook's Fight for the Future of Tech
  • Wal-Mart Brings Falling Prices to Money Transfers
  • Apple Sells More iPhones Than Expected, Fewer iPads
  • Facebook's Mobile Boom Again Defies Expectations
  • Amazon's Deal With HBO Leapfrogs Streaming Rivals
  • Business Gears Up for Assault on Consumer-Protection Laws
  • P&G Picked a Tough Time to Expand Abroad
  • Delta Shrugs Off Winter Woes With a Warm Profit
  • An Apparel-Making Revival? This 'Made in USA' Story Doesn't Hold Up
  • BusinessWeek.com -- Asia
  • Chinese Imports Invade India
  • Global Luxury Brands Face Chinese Rivals
  • Qantas: Not Enough Flights to China
  • TPG's Bid for Billabong at Risk
  • Michael Jordan Wants Respect for his Brand in China
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  • Yakuza Godfather Targeted in Obama Crackdown on Crime Gangs
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  • BusinessWeek.com -- Europe
  • For Spain, an Economic Lifeline from China
  • ECB May Allot $629 Billion in Crisis Loans
  • Europe Faces Firewall Pressure at G-20 Confab
  • An English Town Struggles with Cameron's Cuts
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  • Prime Time for Telecom Takeovers
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  • Intrade, Where Politics Meets the Market
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  • BusinessWeek.com -- Small Business
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  • Obama Administration Proposes Corporate Tax Rate Cut to 28%
  • Lawmakers Demand Crackdown on U.S. Program Enriching Wealthy
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  • Proxy Contests and Shareholder Slates
  • Essential No. 3: Marquee Customers
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  • Essential No. 1: Creating Value
  • Redefining Growth: Why Revenue Rules
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  • How Companies Manage the Unretired
  • Job-Hunting Advice: Soul Searching
  • BusinessWeek.com -- Business Schools
  • Q&A: Meet Adam Pervez, the Happy Nomad
  • Principals Go Back to School
  • B-School Applicants Getting Younger, Pickier
  • Tyra Banks Talks About Attending Harvard Business School
  • An MBA Alternative: MIT Sloan's Master of Finance Program
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  • GM's $1.3 billion recall cost wipes out profit
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  • Stocks: Buoyed by Apple, Facebook
  • Obama fails to secure breakthrough in Japan trade talks
  • Regulators pave way for Internet "fast lane" with net neutrality rules
  • What stumps Warren Buffett? Minimum wage
  • Apple shares soar on increased buyback
  • 800,000 baby monitor batteries recalled
  • Facebook profit triples on mobile growth
  • AIG cyber insurance covers bodily harm
  • Technology news - CNNMoney.com
  • Apple shares soar on increased buyback
  • What analysts are saying about Apple's earnings
  • The best and worst Apple analysts: Q2 2014 edition
  • Crowdsourced cybersecurity A carrot and a hack
  • With mobile money push, Facebook fashions itself as a bank
  • 10 Questions: Mike Del Ponte, founder and CEO, Soma
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  • Facebook profit triples on mobile growth
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  • GM's $1.3 billion recall cost wipes out profit
  • Regulators pave way for Internet "fast lane" with net neutrality rules
  • What stumps Warren Buffett? Minimum wage
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  • Apple shares soar on increased buyback
  • Facebook profit triples on mobile growth
  • AIG cyber insurance covers bodily harm
  • JetBlue pilots vote to unionize
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  • HBO shows coming to Amazon ... not Netflix
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  • GM's profit wiped out! $1.3B recall cost
  • Cars and beef spoils US-Japan trade talks
  • Ukraine: 5 killed in clashes in east
  • Stocks: Buoyed by Apple, Facebook earnings
  • Check U.S. futures
  • U.S. paves way for Internet "fast lane"
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  • French company does giant junk bond sale
  • What stumps Buffett? The minimum wage
  • The kings of Alibaba's retail empire
  • Economic news - CNNMoney.com
  • What stumps Warren Buffett? Minimum wage
  • CNNMoney's Economy Now blog
  • Postal workers to protest at Staples
  • Obama fails to secure breakthrough in Japan trade talks
  • Many low-wage workers not protected by minimum wage
  • It's official: Austerity drives down Europe's deficits
  • Delinquent IRS employees paid bonuses by the agency
  • Is capitalism driving itself out of business?
  • French economist is Amazon's top seller
  • China factories extend slump
  • Latest stock market news from Wall Street - CNNMoney.com
  • Stocks: Buoyed by Apple, Facebook earnings
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  • Apple shares soar on increased buyback
  • French company does biggest junk bond sale ever
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  • Facebook profit triples on mobile growth
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  • Tax season unleashes cyberscams
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  • Apple shares soar on increased buyback
  • What analysts are saying about Apple's earnings
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  • Crowdsourced cybersecurity A carrot and a hack
  • With mobile money push, Facebook fashions itself as a bank
  • 10 Questions: Mike Del Ponte, founder and CEO, Soma
  • Everything is 'early days' in Facebook's first-quarter earnings call
  • Facebook profit triples on mobile growth
  • When Apple's Tim Cook didn't like stock splits
  • AIG cyber insurance covers bodily harm
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  • Obamacare: One more reason to quit your job
  • 800,000 baby monitor batteries recalled
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  • $100,000 income: Three different tax bills
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  • Millions slip into Obamacare 'coverage gap'
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  • Apple Splits Stock 7-For-1, Will Splash $130B In Cash On Investors
  • How Big Data Helps Retailers Like Starbucks Pick Store Locations -- An (Unsung) Key To Retail Success
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  • GM Earnings Preview: Car Recall Related Expenses To Hurt GM
  • JetBlue's Earnings Preview: Impact From Severe Winter Weather Will Likely Moderate Growth In Results
  • AT&T Posts Strong Q1 On Adoption Of Mobile Share And Next Plans
  • Netflix Continues To Benefit From Content Superiority
  • Microsoft's Satya Nadella's "Mobile First, Cloud First" Strategy In Focus With Pending Earnings
  • Three Reasons To Buy Facebook Stock
  • Forbes - Markets
  • The Bull Market Isn't Over. It's Changing.
  • Apple Splits Stock 7-For-1, Will Splash $130B In Cash On Investors
  • GM Earnings Preview: Car Recall Related Expenses To Hurt GM
  • JetBlue's Earnings Preview: Impact From Severe Winter Weather Will Likely Moderate Growth In Results
  • AT&T Posts Strong Q1 On Adoption Of Mobile Share And Next Plans
  • Netflix Continues To Benefit From Content Superiority
  • Microsoft's Satya Nadella's "Mobile First, Cloud First" Strategy In Focus With Pending Earnings
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  • How IEX Is Combating Predatory Types Of High-Frequency Traders
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  • Forbes - Business
  • What Surgeons Know About Picking Doctors (And You Don't)
  • How Big Data Helps Chains Like Starbucks Pick Store Locations -- An (Unsung) Key To Retail Success
  • To Avoid Liability, Neither An Officer Nor Director Be
  • Three Reasons To Buy Facebook Stock
  • Hedge Fund Billionaire Tom Steyer Comes Under Republican Attack
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  • New Net Neutrality Proposals Worry Campaigners
  • How A Car-Crazy Entrepreneur Turned A Lifelong Passion Into A Lifetime Career
  • Report: A Year After Bangladesh Disaster, Retailers Fail To Address Biggest Factory Risks
  • Bangladesh Building Collapse Calls Fashion Costs Into Question
  • Forbes - Entrepreneurs
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  • To Avoid Liability, Neither An Officer Nor Director Be
  • How A Car-Crazy Entrepreneur Turned A Lifelong Passion Into A Lifetime Career
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  • Forbes - Tech
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  • Apple Splits Stock 7-For-1, Will Splash $130B In Cash On Investors
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  • Three Reasons To Buy Facebook Stock
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  • New Net Neutrality Proposals Worry Campaigners
  • Election 2012: Billionaires Speak Out On Social Media
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  • Forbes - Op/Ed
  • Is Inequality Growing Out Of Control?
  • The Completely Arbitrary Nature Of Apple's Stock Split
  • Piketty's Capital Shortcomings
  • CDC Would Sacrifice Kids To Cut Healthcare Costs
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  • Should Congress Curb Donor-Advised Funds?
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  • Start-up
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  • Lesson From Zynga: Not All Founders Make Good CEOs
  • Inside Story: Inc.'s 'How I Did It'
  • Good News: Your Budget Is Probably Too Pessimistic
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  • Why Culture Matters So Much for Start-Ups
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  • Why Great Leaders Get Angry--and Show It
  • 3 Sales Lessons I Learned From Bartering a Crappy Pen
  • How to Spot a True Act of Leadership
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  • Why a Higher Minimum Wage Is Good for Small Business
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  • Franchise Players: This Former Stay-at-Home Mom Takes on Home Inspection Franchising
  • Troubling Trend: Fewer High School Grads Are Choosing College
  • Outer Space: Bitcoin's Final Frontier?
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  • Remember, It May Take Time for Employees to Bear Fruit
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  • Another Hashtag Hijack: NYPD's Twitter Campaign Backfires
  • The 3 C's of Content Marketing
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  • The Science Behind Crafting Contagious Content
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  • How to Create a Fun and Functional Website User Experience
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  • HealthCare.gov: Your Reminder Not To Skimp on Quality Assurance
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  • Entrepreneur: Franchises
  • Franchise Players: This Former Stay-at-Home Mom Takes on Home Inspection Franchising
  • Why China Is Just as Important as Breakfast in the Fast-Food Wars
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  • A risk-free childhood is a bad start
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  • Walmart’s English experiment
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