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The CEO push on a fiscal cliff paid off, at least in corporate tax breaks
"The end of 2012 will be unlike any other time in memory for the federal government"
"Revenue neutral" tax reform: an illusion political candidates have no incentive to dispel
Diamond and Saez: higher tax rates on the 1% will not slow growth
The "fiscal cliff" coming on Jan. 1, 2013 could mean a 30% drop in the stock market
The fiscal cliff would put the US economy back into recession
Moody's: There's a 15% chance the US goes off the fiscal cliff and wrecks the economy
Never underestimate Wall Street's ability to overestimate Washington
America, don't worry: there is a fiscal cliff, but Jamie Dimon and Lloyd Blankfein are ON IT
Sovereign Debt Problems
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JP Morgan may bail out Argentina
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Talking to D.C. lobbyists about their jobs
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The Bitcoin Foundation discovered PR
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Coke has a big fat problem
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Uber's triumph: "verb-ification of a brand name is 'the holy grail' of marketing"
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“Seriously harmful acts of management” at Banco Espirito Santo
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App that does nothing angered by parody
The cost of new financial regulations might be somewhere between $6.5 billion and $70 billion
A brief history of Argentine economic crises
Terror ransoms disguised as aid: "Europe has become an inadvertent underwriter of Al Qaeda"
How are those protected weekends going for junior bankers?
Snapchat is worth $10 billion
The problem with universal basic income: the U.S. is bad "at replacing complexity with simplicity, and then leaving well enough alone"
JP Morgan's trading revenue fell, so it's cutting hundreds of back office employees
Morgan Stanley junior bankers get 25 percent bigger salaries, smaller bonuses
20 percent poorer than it was in 1984: "Nostalgia is just about the only thing the middle class can still afford"
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