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How Much Do US Brokers Make?

Argentine stockbrokers work on the floor of the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange

The ugly truth about the annual income of U.S. securities brokers

Microsoft May Announce Job Cuts This Week

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella gestures as he speaks during his keynote address at the company's "build" conference in San Francisco

Bloomberg says it might be Microsoft’s biggest job cut yet

Unions Battle 'Extremely Progressive' Book Store Owner

Patron looks at books at a Barnes & Noble bookstore in Pasadena

‘We were able to get the workers back to work’

Study: Improving Fuel Efficiency Decreases Fuel Savings

As fuel efficiency increases, the potential for fuel savings decreases

Citigroup Agrees To Pay $7 Billion In Sub-Prime Mortgage Suit

‘Citi is not the first financial institution to be held accountable by this Justice Department, and it will certainly not be the last’

House Gives Businesses A Break, White House Threatens To Veto

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‘Tax break was never intended to be a corporate giveaway’

Republicans Trying To Rein In The Federal Reserve

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen arrives to receive her honorary doctorate degree from New York University at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx borough of New York

‘The Federal Reserve has gained unprecedented power’

EPA Regulations Killing Family-Owned Peach Orchards

‘This chemical threatens the earth’s ozone layer’

Claims For Unemployment Benefits Fall To Lowest Levels Since Before Recession

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‘The labor market is firming up’

Federal Reserve To FINALLY End Quantitative Easing

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen arrives to receive her honorary doctorate degree from New York University at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx borough of New York

‘Haven’t given us much economic growth’

Laffer: E-Commerce Sales Taxes Could Boost State Economies

Art Laffer

Favors cutting other taxes

Steel Industry Accuses Foreign Competitors Of Unfair Trade Practices

The Baosteel Emotion, a 226,434 deadweight-tonne ore carrier owned by Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, is docked at the port of Maji Island, south of Shanghai

Feds expected to rule Friday

After Crummy Treatment From NASDAQ, Cupcake Shop Closes Its Doors

Crumbs Bake Shop Display (Photo: Evan-Amos/Wikimedia Commons)

Crumbs Bake Shop cooked by Wall Street

Science: Your Colleagues Are Better People Standing Up

(Photo: Flickr/Creative Commons)

Lose the chairs in meetings

Isis Mobile Wallet: Not To Be Confused With ISIS Militants


Makers of the mobile wallet are changing their name to avoid association with terrorists

Chinese Millionaire Sues Tesla For Trademark Infringement

Labourers work on exterior of new Tesla showroom in Shanghai

And its stock takes a hit

BlackBerry May Be Making A Surprise Comeback

CeBIT 2012 Technology Trade Fair

‘Blackberry is a very niche smartphone maker, continuing to sell to business and government clients’

Is The Export-Import Bank 'Crony Capitalism?'

Hochberg, chairman and president of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, testifies before a Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee hearing in Washington

Question at the heart of re-authorization debate

Labor Department Announces IT Job Training Grant

computers. Photo: Flickr/ecastro

.Part of a larger job training initiative