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The Federal Reserve plans to start monitoring the compensation of thousands of bank employees — not just that of top executives — as a way to discourage the kind of excessive risk taking that led to the economic crisis, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
The new tariffs and dumping charges being batted back and forth between China and the U.S. are raising anxiety over a potential trade war.
Its acquisition of web analytics company Omniture seeks to address the final link in the content chain: revenue generation.
Atul Jain, founder and CEO of software and services company TEOCO, tells would-be entrepreneurs that they can forget about being their own boss. And another thing: Don’t go into business if your main goal is to make a lot of money.
In a September 14 Wall Street Journal opinion piece, Wharton professor Scott Harrington takes President Obama to task for what he calls “demonizing the private health insurance industry.”
Steve Jobs’ first public appearance since October — when he left to get a liver transplant — easily overshadowed Apple’s product announcements during an iPod event yesterday in San Francisco.
During the housing boom, millions of home buyers leveraged their way into houses they could not otherwise afford by taking out loans on which they had to make interest-only payments at first, putting off principal payments for several years. As those principal payments come due, many of these borrowers will be stuck.
Three people profiled in The New York Times’ “Freakonomics” blog today are creating a “new development paradigm for the continent.”