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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
What about food inflation, Bernanke?
The Federal Reserve wants to prioritize jobs over inflation. How will Americans feel about that when they're paying more for groceries next year?

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The money behind the Newtown massacre
One way to reduce mass shootings is for big institutions to stop funding the assault weapon manufacturers.

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Two fund managers guilty in latest insider trading case
Two former hedge fund managers were convicted Monday in an insider trading case that prosecutors have called "a stunning portrait of organized corruption on a grand scale."

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Real estate in your IRA? Be careful
With the housing market showing signs of stabilizing, investors are turning back to real estate. And an increasing number of affluent savers have been using their retirement accounts to purchase homes, rental apartments, and other properties. Done properly, such a strategy can generate good income with modest volatility. But before you dive in, take heed: It's a time-consuming proposition, and you'll need to proceed carefully not just to avoid investment losses but also to stay clear of some nasty tax pitfalls.

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Just how risky is Amazon's debt?
Amazon's recent $2.5 billion bond offering, if it were listed on the popular retailer's website, would get two very different and confusing reviews: One for nearly five stars; the other for just over one.

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No easy answers for a Neiman Marcus IPO
The private equity owners of Neiman Marcus are looking for an exit, according to sources, just as the luxury retail market hits a bump.

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Cerberus to sell gunmaker after massacre
Private equity firm Cerberus has put U.S. firearms maker Freedom Group up for sale following Friday's killing of 20 children and 6 adults at the Sandy Hook school shooting in Connecticut.

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Smith & Wesson down 10%
As the nation reels from the latest act of gun violence, investors have the unenviable task of analyzing what last week's mass shooting means for shares of U.S. gun makers.

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S&P boosts Greece's credit rating
Standard and Poor's boosted Greece's credit rating by several notches Tuesday, citing the broad commitment to keep Greece in the eurozone.

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Knight Capital to be bought for $1.4 billion
After a major technical glitch earlier this year, Knight Capital Group has agreed to merge with rival trading firm Getco in a deal valued at $1.4 billion.

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Treasury to sell remaining GM shares
The Treasury Department announced plans on Wednesday to sell the 500 million shares of General Motors it still owns, closing the books on the $51 billion bailout that started four years ago.

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