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FOMC Statement came out today - they foresee continued weakness.
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New blog post. Trying to get this off the ground again. Let me know what you think.
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End Piracy, Not Liberty – Google
www.google.com

Millions of Americans oppose SOPA and PIPA because these bills would censor the Internet and slow economic growth in the U.S.. Two bills bef

Bernanke's Message: Stay Tuned
online.wsj.com

Investors clamoring for the Fed to renew its quantitative-easing program heard no mention of it in Bernanke's much-anticipated Jackson Hole

Amazon Unveils $199 Kindle Fire
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Amazon.com Inc. on Wednesday unveiled the Kindle Fire tablet for $199, the latest--and possibly biggest--challenger to Apple Inc.'s dominant

John Steele Gordon: A Short History of the Income Tax
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In The Wall Street Journal, John Steele Gordon writes that one original sin was the separation of the corporate and personal tax, giving law

The Perils of Ignoring History
online.wsj.com

Is it ignorance or insurmountable political barriers that keep U.S. and European policy makers from doing what needs to be done to resolve t

Buffett to Invest in BofA
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Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway will invest $5 billion in Bank of America, giving the nation's biggest bank a much-needed vote of confid

Apple Sets iPhone Event Oct. 4
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Apple invited reporters to an iPhone-related event Oct. 4, setting the stage for the widely anticipated launch of its latest smartphone.

Fed's Twist May Prompt Bigger Turn
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Operation Twist might be more powerful than many investors expect. Some bond-market strategists believe it could in some ways do as much—or

Google to Buy Motorola in Patents Play
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The $12.5 billion deal, by far Google's biggest, would put the search giant in more-direct competition with Apple and give Google access to

What's A First-Year Lawyer Worth?
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Corporate America is pushing back against the big hourly bills that the nation's law firms pass along to their clients to cover the cost of

How to Be Like Apple
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Management scholars, who have spent years studying what drives creativity within companies, say there are specific ways firms can generate i

Deal Would Unite S&P, DJIA
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McGraw-Hill Cos. is in advanced talks with CME Group Inc. to combine stock-market icons such as the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P

Cut the Law Firms, Keep the Lawyers
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Some companies are hiring directly from law-school campuses rather than recruiting lawyers who had previously spent a few years at a major f

Want to Succeed? Stop Trying So Hard
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Increasing your productivity starts with knowing when to stop pushing yourself to the limit.

Seismic shift in Silicon Valley
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A MARINE geologist would have no problem grasping one of the main mechanisms of the information technology (IT) industry: after new technolo

Age-Old Legal Principle Declines
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A key legal protection in the U.S.—the idea that people must know they are doing something wrong before they can be found guilty of it—is be

The Personal MBA
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Get a world-class business education with Josh Kaufman, author of The Personal MBA: Master the Art of Business

Apple's Steve Jobs Is Dead
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Steven P. Jobs, the Apple chief executive and co-founder who pioneered the personal computer industry and changed the way people think about

Students Pick Easier Majors Despite Less Pay
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College students continue to gravitate toward liberal-arts majors despite better pay prospects for those who study engineering, science and

Survey: Young Workers Want Jobs at Facebook, Apple and Google
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Young professionals want to work for Google, Apple and Facebook, a new study says. Investment banks? Not so much.