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Worries About Politics & Wall Street

Worries About Politics & Wall Street

John Hailer, CEO, Natixis Global Asset Mgmt. examines the impact the presidential election is having on market movements.

Oil & Gas Price Ups and Downs

Oil & Gas Price Ups and Downs

A look at the factors affecting the price of oil and gas.

Crunching the Numbers from Presidential Debate

Crunching the Numbers from Presidential Debate

Darren Gersh recaps and reckons financial claims made at second Presidential debate.

Advertising in the NBA

Advertising in the NBA

The NBA may be the first of the big four sports (The NFL, NHL, MLB, and of course the NBA) in America to allow advertising on the jerseys themselves. Team and league officials have been ironing out the details on the advertising deal.

Freelancing as a Sustainable Employment Option

Freelancing as a Sustainable Employment Option

Gary Swart, CEO of oDesk explains the benefits of freelancers in the work force.

Fmr. FDIC Chair Sheila Bair Calls Citi Shake-Up Positive

Fmr. FDIC Chair Sheila Bair Calls Citi Shake-Up Positive

She called for Pandit's resignation repeatedly as FDIC Chair. Sheila Bair's wish finally comes true.

Investment Banker Buys Michael Corbet as Citi CEO

Investment Banker Buys Michael Corbet as Citi CEO

Chris Whalen of Tangent Capital Partners reacts to Citi shake-up.

Don't Follow the Investment Crowd

Don't Follow the Investment Crowd

Senior Editor at Large of Fortune Magazine, Allan Sloan says when it comes to investing you're not better off doing what everyone else is doing.

Freelance Nation: Tough Finding Full Time Work

Freelance Nation: Tough Finding Full Time Work

Just last month over 8.5 million Americans seeking full time work were stuck in part time jobs.

Google vs Apple

Google vs Apple

Which Tech Giant Google or Apple should find a place in your portfolio. The Street.com's Jill Malandrino has her picks.