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Startups will gain from GOP's immigration pain

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The fiscal cliff and private equity

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BlackRock's new bond plan

Why 'cheap' stocks aren't always good

Where's the stimulus, Obama?

Eurozone business mood ticks up

Cyber Monday gives eBay a big boost

Goldman Sachs to leave crime scene, exit CSI?

How to really stop (some) insider trading

Why Italian bonds are rallying

Aston Martin at risk of downgrade

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Discount lobster not a hit with diners, or investors
Despite unlimited breadsticks, the parent company of Olive Garden, Red Lobster and LongHorn Steakhouse had a rough quarter.

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Special dividends: Big waste of cash for tech
The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of Paul R. La Monica. Other than Time Warner, the parent of CNNMoney, and Abbott Laboratories, La Monica does not own positions in any individual stocks.

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Banks book record profits off Fannie and Freddie
Bank executives ought to be picking out nice holiday gifts for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Financial firms have made a mint this year offloading home loans on the giant government-backed mortgage insurers. In the third quarter, bank profits from that business hit an all-time high.

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Investing: Where to make money in 2013
In Money magazine's Make More in 2013 you'll learn how the economy will change in the year ahead, why, as a prospective home seller or buyer, you need to stop sitting on your hands, and how you can start exploring job opportunities again. This installment: Learn how to get more investment income at a time of super-low rates.

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Municipal bonds: A train wreck waiting to happen
Investment-grade municipal bonds used to be Snooze City. You know, the kind of thing that we retail investors buy, stick into our portfolios, and then forget about. But these days, thanks to the Federal Reserve's holding down interest rates and the prospect of steeper income taxes facing top-bracket types, high-grade munis, which pay tax-free interest, have become insanely popular. And are a train wreck waiting to happen.

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The defunct startup that beat Best Buy in court
Best Buy found liable of stealing corporate secrets, in a case funded by venture capitalists.

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EU slaps record $1.9B fine on cartel
Six companies who fixed the markets for television and computer screen tubes over a 10-year period have been hit with a record fine of 1.47 billion euros.

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Citigroup to slash 11,000 jobs
Citigroup announced it will cut 11,000 jobs as part of plan to trim costs, the first major initiative from the bank's new CEO, Michael Corbat.

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Jack Bogle: Vanguard's $2.2 trillion man
What if your life's work could be measured by one simple number, and what if that number was 2.2 trillion? As in dollars. I walked into an upscale Midtown Manhattan restaurant looking for such a man. He was easy to spot. Not because he was oozing wealth from every pore and surrounded by an entourage -- but because he wasn't. Over there in the corner, he's the older fellow in a plain suit and a boring tie who looks a tad uncomfortable in a place that serves up Spanish Octopus a la Plancha, with sofrito, cocoa beans, marble potatoes, and serrano ham. (He would have a hamburger -- hold the pickled ramp dressing.)

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ECB sees gloomy 2013, but holds rates
The European Central Bank slashed its growth and inflation forecasts for 2013, raising the prospect of a further easing in monetary policy next year, after it kept interest rates on hold Thursday.

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Why you're right to be obsessed with Apple stock
Just thinking about Terry and Jeanne Gregory's portfolio can be a little scary. Retirees now living in Honolulu, the Gregorys have basically their entire life savings -- about $2.5 million -- invested in just one stock: Apple Inc.

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Why aren't big banks issuing more long-term debt?

Alan Simpson paints dire market outlook

Discount lobster not a hit with diners, or investors

Special dividends: Big waste of cash for tech

Banks book record profits off Fannie and Freddie

Investing: Where to make money in 2013

Municipal bonds: A train wreck waiting to happen

The defunct startup that beat Best Buy in court

EU slaps record $1.9B fine on cartel

Citigroup to slash 11,000 jobs

Jack Bogle: Vanguard's $2.2 trillion man

ECB sees gloomy 2013, but holds rates

Why you're right to be obsessed with Apple stock

Citigroup layoffs may not go far enough

Marc Lasry: I'm in cash because of cliff

We are working too hard

Is Obamacare killing medical device startups?

Don't believe the hype about special dividends

Aston Martin gets new Italian backer

Netflix CEO Hastings deserves SEC scrutiny