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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
Gold bugs scoop up American Eagle coins
Gold bugs stocked up on their favorite coin last month in a post-election pop.

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HP must be broken up
My first reaction upon hearing the rumor Monday about Carl Icahn supposedly considering a stake in Hewlett-Packard was this: What took him so long?

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What to expect after we fall off the cliff
Bank of America's top U.S. economist Ethan Harris thinks the U.S. economy will probably tip over the fiscal cliff – the mix of spending cuts and tax hikes set to kick in on January 1 if Washington lawmakers don't get their act together before the end of the year. The stalemate has been gnawing on corporate America and consumers, but the good news is that Harris doesn't think going over the cliff spells another recession.

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Chinese firms go on U.S. spending spree
The local movie theater. The company that made your car's electric battery. The plane you're taking home for the holidays.

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Alexandra Lebenthal: The new queen of Wall Street
The history of Wall Street is marked by the rise and disappearance of famous firms and the loss of their proud traditions. In the past two decades Salomon Brothers, E.F. Hutton, and Paine Webber, to name a few, were absorbed by megabanks that retired their names. The trend quickened in the financial crisis as the likes of Lehman Brothers and Bear Stearns collapsed. And just this year, Morgan Stanley ended the half-century-old Smith Barney brand.

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The Fisker director who lasted less than 2 months
Yesterday I began researching a piece on electric carmaker Fisker Automotive, whose board reportedly considered bankruptcy before retaining Evercore to seek new investments.

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HSBC: Too big to jail?
Federal officials expressed pride when they announced their $1.9 billion money-laundering settlement with HSBC.

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Sequoia's Doug Leone: What I meant to say was...
Sequoia Capital partner Doug Leone made waves over the weekend, by saying at an MIT conference that "big is the enemy of great" when it comes to venture capital firms. So I rang up Leone, to get a better understanding of what he meant.

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Dimon: Solve fiscal cliff, U.S. economy will soar
JPMorgan (JPM) CEO Jamie Dimon says the U.S. economy is poised to boom if Washington lawmakers can strike a deal to avoid the fiscal cliff.

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Carlyle's Rubenstein: Where we're not investing
The Carlyle Group (CG) is bearish toward private equity investments in Russia and Mexico, according to comments made by firm co-founder David Rubenstein during a NY Times Dealbook conference.

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Buffett's buy changes Berkshire rules
Berkshire Hathaway bought an "elephant" Wednesday, and the price of the company's A stock jumped by 2.5% to $134,200 as the market applauded the news.

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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