FBI Keeps Lid On Sniper Plot to Kill Occupy Wall Street Organizers!

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How much of a problem is income inequality?

To the editor: Citing the increasing "wealth gap" as proof that our economic system "grossly favors the rich over ordinary working families," columnist David Lazarus offers nothing that would alter the trend. ("Wage stagnation puts the squeeze on ordinary workers," Dec. 28)

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How much of a problem is income inequality?

Predictions from Wall Street villains

Does Gordon Gekko think 2015 will be a good year for greed? Some of the greatest Wall Street movie villains of all time offer up their predictions.

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Predictions from Wall Street villains

Congress: We went too far on star-rank retirement

Generals and admirals recently have been enjoying a kind of golden age of star-rank compensation, shaped in wartime and not likely to be seen again, particularly given a change in law that takes effect Jan. 1.

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2014 – Yet Another Tumultuous Year For Eurozone

As another chaotic year comes to a close, Eurozone stares at dual specters of economic stagnation and deflation that is likely to push the European Central Bank into more action, risking the ire of powerful Germany. Coming weeks are likely to see the central bank embark on full-blown quantitative easing to regain the momentum in the euro area economy and kindle inflation.

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2014 – Yet Another Tumultuous Year For Eurozone

From Putin to the pope: Europe's year in review

Europe has been the stage for some of the most important news stories of 2014, from the crisis in Ukraine and the rise of a revanchist Russia to the growing clout of populists driven by deep frustration over economic stagnation and anti-immigrant sentiment. None of these stories are finished business, of course, as tensions still simmer from Madrid to Moscow. The news of 2014 promises to shape …

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COMMENTARY 912.4: Make 2015 the Best Year Ever

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I hope the past year will go down in your book of life as one filled with great pleasures and grand memories. But whether the year was good, bad, or indifferent, I hope you’ll enter the new year wiser and stronger for your experiences, and optimistic that the best is yet to come. A vital […] The post COMMENTARY 912.4: Make 2015 the Best Year Ever appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Another year, another $1 for Google co-founders

Google paid co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin their customary $US1 ($1.08) salaries last year while executive chairman Eric Schmidt's compensation more than doubled to $US19.3 million ($20.86m).        

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Another year, another $1 for Google co-founders

Tesco executive pay committee boss quits

Troubled supermarket group Tesco is changing the chief of its executive pay committee. Tesco, which earlier this year replaced its group chief executive after its estimated profits were overstated by £263m , said Stuart Chambers would be replaced by non-executive director Deanna Oppenheimer on 1 January.

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The 7 most critical economic questions for 2015

While 2014 is closing out on a positive note for many, these are the key developments to watch in the coming year

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