Conservative projections foresee a slow housing market in the first half of 2012 but a recovery in the second half.
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Instead of hefty executive bonuses, double-digit profits should be used to grow the business and create more jobs.
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Cohen's success appears to have been based on a fundamental optimism that, while economies cycle and stocks occasionally fall, the markets will ultimately triumph with time.
Increased regulation and legal challenges are pushing banks to their limits. Here are five ways banks could still make a profit.
If Congress is smart, it will put partisan politics aside and fund the jobs programs that will put protesters -- and many Americans -- back to work.
Everyone in business could learn from Jobs' example that quality matters.
Corporate boards would be wise to listen to frustrated shareholders when executive compensation becomes too generous.
The fate of two female execs offers lessons that a female Presidential hopeful would be wise to learn.