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What Recession? Dow Closes at Record High

  U.S. stocks surged today as investors digested solid economic data that appeared to put the financial and housing crises in the nation’s rearview mirror.    The Dow Jones Industrial
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Livestrong No More: Nike to Stop Making Livestrong Products

  Nike announced that it will cease making and selling products for the Livestrong Foundation at the end of this year.   The move to halt production of the Livestrong
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SEC Charges NASDAQ for Botching the Facebook IPO

  The S.E.C. charged NASDAQ with a securities laws violation resulting from its poor decision-making during the initial public offering and secondary trading of Facebook shares. In response to the
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SEC Charges French Oil Company for Making Illegal Payments to Iranian Official

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Rising Rapidly: Mortgage Rates are Highest in a Year

  Mortgage rates in the U.S. have hit their highest level in more than a year, making homes more expensive
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On the Brink: Federal Disability Trust Fund Disappearing Quickly

    On the Brink: Federal Disability Trust Fund Disappearing Quickly
Roughly 11 million Americans depend on federal disability payments; however, the system is on the verge of running out of
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SEC Charges Prominent Company for Accounting Mishaps

The SEC today charged a Washington-based commercial truck manufacturer for a number of accounting deficiencies that clouded the company’s financial
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SEC Comes Down on 61 Companies for Committing Fraud in the Over-the-Counter Market

    SEC Comes Down on 61 Companies for Committing Fraud in the Over-the-Counter Market
The SEC today announced the second-largest trading suspension in U.S. history as the agency continues to conduct its “Operation Shell
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Experiment Time: The New Massachusetts Health Care Situation

  The fervent debate has lost most of its steam as the United States Supreme Court has rejected the premiere
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SEC Proposes Money Market Fund Reforms

The United States Securities and Exchange Commission unanimously agreed to propose new regulations that would alter the way that money market funds operate in order to make them less volatile
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