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European leaders reached agreement Thursday on creating a single supervisor for banks in the countries that use the euro that will be up and running sometime next year, German diplomats said. Read more »
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The Moral Investor: A growing tide of investors are looking for socially responsible ways to make money
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Toyota is sick again. In 2009, the company issued a recall for cars that had a defective accelerator. Last week it announced another recall, this time the biggest in history, due to power windows... Read more »
Utah saved $46 million over five years by providing services online rather than traditional “offline” methods through government offices, by telephone or through the mail, according to a University of Utah study. Read more »
More than 2,300 millionaire households received unemployment benefits in 2009. Read more »
David Siegel, whose Westgate Resorts manages properties in Park City and 22 other locations nationwide, told his 7,000 employees he’ll have to lay some of them off, or close his... Read more »
Federal prosecutors plan to bring 40 defendants to court following an undercover operation aimed at busting tax fraud and identity theft. Read more »
Since 2009, the Department of Education has pulled between $80 and $290 from Vernon Williams Social Security disability checks to pay for someone else’s student loans. Read more »
Worries about Europe's debt crisis, signs of weak global growth and expectations of lower U.S. corporate earnings sent most world stock markets down Wednesday. Read more »
The Federal Trade Commission announced lawsuits against three companies that have allegedly deceived homeowners into giving them millions of dollars. Read more »
Congress’ median net worth increased 5 percent during the Great Recession, even though the average American's net worth plunged 39 percent over the same period, according to The Washington Post. Read more »
Leaving money to charity after passing on doesn’t have to be something that only rich people do. Read more »
Examines the demerits of using income as a measure of poverty and alternate ways to quantify it. Read more »
In December 2008, two of Bernard Madoff's most loyal employees met on a Manhattan street corner and fretted over a closely held secret that the rest of the world would learn about eight days later:... Read more »
The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits rose to a seasonally adjusted 367,000, a level consistent with only modest hiring. Read more »
A visionary and community icon, Jack Gallivan died Tuesday, but the former Salt Lake Tribune publisher and longtime advocate for the homeless has left behind a legacy of citizenship. Read more »
While it is often taboo to discuss pay structure in a company, the SumAll firm provides access to salary information on every position to everyone in the company, according to Open Forum. Read more »
Sometimes we want to pick up the freedom end and saw off the accountability end. We may even look for opportunities to cheat choices of their natural consequences, as if that were possible. The... Read more »
Many organizations are abandoning old methods of financing, like grant writing and fundraising, and becoming self-sustaining by developing marketable products and services. Read more »
Stephen Trachtenberg, the former president of George Washington University, increased tuition from $25,000 to $51,000 during his tenure, according to The Atlantic. Read more »
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