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Spanish bank bailout gets go-ahead

Startups will gain from GOP's immigration pain

Knight Capital stock surges on buyout offer from Getco

When to follow the barbarians

The fiscal cliff and private equity

British banks may need more capital

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

Bond investors, beware

U.K. targets Google, Amazon, Starbucks on taxes

BlackRock: There's hidden value in CASSH

Costco's odd fiscal cliff dividend deal

The Fed is backing foreign banks into a corner
Fred Wilson hasn't done a 2012 deal
Fred Wilson is the best-known venture capitalist east of San Hill Road, thanks to both his wildly-popular blog and early investments in such companies as Etsy, Foursquare, Twitter and Zynga (ZNGA). But in 2012, Wilson hasn't done a single deal.

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Standard Chartered fined $327 million for violating sanctions
U.K. bank Standard Chartered agreed to pay $327 million to U.S. authorities Monday to settle charges it violated international sanctions on transactions with Iran, Burma, Libya and Sudan.

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Wall Street's Italy problem isn't just Berlusconi
What's scarier than the return of Silvio Berlusconi? For some investors, it's his likely opponent in the race to succeed Mario Monti as Italy's prime minister: Pier Luigi Bersani.

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HSBC pays $1.9 billion to settle US probe
Global banking giant HSBC will pay $1.92 billion in a record settlement with U.S. regulators to resolve money-laundering allegations.

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Treasury sells remaining AIG shares
The Treasury Department said Tuesday it had agreed to sell the last of its shares in insurer AIG, resulting in what it says is a $22.7 billion profit on one of the key bailouts of the 2008 financial crisis.

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First arrests in Libor manipulation case
British police have made their first arrests in an investigation into attempts by banks to manipulate the global benchmark interest rate Libor, detaining three men after their homes were searched.

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Wall Street experts: Where to make money in 2013
From China to Europe to the U.S., market uncertainty abounds. Still, says our panel of Wall Street experts, there are plenty of ways to make a bundle.

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Why quantitative easing isn't working
The Federal Reserve may soon steal a catch phrase from Buzz Lightyear: To infinity and beyond.

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Too early to call AIG bailout a success
The U.S. Treasury is finally ridding itself of AIG stock, four long years after the government's bailout escalated to $182 billion, after AIG continued paying bonuses when it shouldn't have, and after enraged taxpayers lobbed death threats at executives.

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Is quantum mechanics the next VC frontier?
Venture capitalists are charged with being on the cutting edge of new technologies, and finding the entrepreneurs who can best commercialize them. But Serguei Kouzmine thinks that too few VCs have paid attention to the material sciences that enable the next generation of software and hardware companies, and has formed a new firm to fill the gap.

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Forget the fiscal cliff, the economy is rebounding
The fiscal cliff may be unresolved, but Americans are still upbeat about the economy, according to a TD Ameritrade survey.

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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