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The employment situation when QE is finally over will have almost nothing to do with what happened this month, or next month, or the month after that.
The Fed can't worry too much about potential unintended consequences on the other side of the planet when it's setting U.S. monetary policy.
It's a sign that the economic crisis is over, at least if you're a member of the 0.01%.
We're only just beginning to glimpse the possibilities of a world powered by an unprecedented level degree of connectivity between people, ideas and code.
A periodic survey that a BlackRock unit would send to its brokers got the company in hot water with the New York Attorney General.
Thanks to competition from the studios, it costs Netflix more to offer the movies you actually want to watch.
New York City is a city of skyscrapers, with all the good and bad that implies.
It makes perfect sense for Facebook -- and its controlling shareholder -- to sell stock when demand is greatest and the price is at its highest.
What investors see is reassurance the impressive profits they're seeing today are here to stay and not some kind of historical anomaly.
T-Mobile is great. The thought of Sprint buying it is not.