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These lucky corporate chiefs took home the most pay in 2010. Some saw their compensation more than double -- even triple! -- from a year earlier.
What executives cashed in and sold their company's stock last year? No. 1 Steve Ballmer sold $2 billion (!) of MSFT. In all, these 10 execs made over $6.5B from stock sales in 2010, according to an analysis by Equilar.
Ever dream of having your own reception hall or a dining room that could seat 20 people or more? Thanks to the housing bust, these mansions offer thousands of feet of living space for less than what it costs to buy a one-bedroom condo in New York or San Francisco.
For some Americans, middle class means feeling secure. For others, it's just the opposite.
Apple has the most valuable brand in the world, up 67% over the last year, according to a BrandZ ranking.
The subjects of Mary Ellen Mark's photography ranged from celebrities to world leaders to those at the fringe of society, including prostitutes and the homeless.
Unemployment is at its lowest level since 2007, but some companies are still cutting lots of jobs.
There are lots of good options for millennials shopping for their first car. These models might not be the most popular, but they're worth considering.
Consumers can buy just about anything and get it shipped to their door from Alibaba's Taobao, China's most popular online shopping platform.
It's not just automakers that issue massive recalls. From lawn darts to Pokemon balls, plenty of other consumer products have been deemed dangerous, or worse, deadly.
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