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Bernard Madoff is haunted by his son's death and stuck earning $40 a month doing menial labor.
These millennials take issue with the 'entitled' stigma - and no, they aren't just whining.
Dreamworks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg says he bought AwesomenessTV, a YouTube channel, to target teens.
One individual investor explains why he's relieved he didn't buy Facebook on the day of its IPO. Another did buy near the top but is still holding on for the long haul.
The U.S. Treasury on Friday will employ the first of several "extraordinary measures" to keep the country's borrowing from breaching the debt ceiling. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew may soon issue a letter formally notifying Congress.
France wants to see the creation of a eurozone government within two years to help lift the region out of its economic slump.
The Internal Revenue Service group under fire for giving extra scrutiny to conservative groups was overworked, understaffed and lacked a layer of experienced middle managers to sound alarms, say former colleagues.
GE alerts airlines about problems causing its jet engines aboard Boeing 777 to shutdown in flight.
Housing starts fall sharply in April as volatile apartment construction figure falls sharply, but single-family home building remains strong.
Brian Shuster is an entrepreneur who made millions in the United States before packing his bags and heading to Canada. He says Vancouver is better for business: more talent, better work ethic and thoughtful government.
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