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Month: July 2014
America’s disabled struggling to get by
They face huge financial hurdles and it starts early on, according to a recent report.
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If companies dodge taxes, is it unpatriotic?
Corporate inversions are on the rise. A U.S. company can greatly lower its tax bill by merging with a foreign firm and legally moving its headquarters abroad. Lawmakers from both parties are unhappy with the trend and want to change the rules. In the meantime, some are saying the move is…
Snowden to hackers: Protect whistleblowers
Daniel Ellsberg and Edward Snowden teamed up to make this plea to hackers: Develop better tools that allows future insiders to secretly expose wrongdoing.
Stocks tumble after Malaysian jet crash
Another airline jet crash is spooking investors. Germany’s market plunged and U.S. stocks are moving lower.
Citi inks $7 billion mortgage settlement
Bank reaches agreement to end probe of loans that helped trigger financial crisis.
Friday funk: Stocks struggle for direction
Worries about a banking crisis in Portugal have abated, but investors are still taking a cautious approach. Stocks were down in early trading Friday.
Stocks: 4 things to know before the open
Here’s what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.
This librarian booked an early retirement
From section 332 to the bull market: How Diane Bronson taught herself to invest.
Yellen sees ‘pockets of increased risk-taking’
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen is not about to have the Fed raise interest rates merely to burst bubbles.