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    The full extent of the damage are unclear, but the insiders say the university is working on the assumption that the portfolio will be down 30%, or $11 billion. read more »
    Wouldn't it be great if the tax law was simple enough that most of us could compute our taxes on a single form? read more »
    Economists in the latest Wall Street Journal survey expect the recession to end this year but foresee that the unemployment will not peak until mid 2010. read more »
    Mayo, a former Deutsche Bank analyst who has a reputation for independence, says that US banks’ loan losses could hit the 5.5% by 2010– 2.1% higher than during the Great Depression in 1934. read more »
    Glacéau, makers of Vitaminwater opened a popup brand experience space in New York City to promote the launch of vitaminwater10. read more »
    This is an instant classic marketing story. After its package redesign and rebranding, sales of the Tropicana Pure Premium line plummeted 20% in just a few weeks, costing PepsiCo tens of millions of dollars. read more »
    It was just a year ago. Bear Stearns was still alive. Dow Jones was at 12,000. Then, one fateful March weekend, the Federal Reserve forced Bear Stearns into the hands of J.P. Morgan for just $2 a share. read more »
    This is a video from the Miniature Earth project. It entirely changed how I view the world so I thought I would share it with this group. read more »
    This is a letter sent on Tuesday by Jake DeSantis, an executive vice president of the AIG’s financial products unit, to Edward M. Liddy, the chief executive of A.I.G. read more »
    "Despite the steps we've taken to strengthen our capital base, I am, like you, disappointed with our current stock price and the broad-based misperceptions about our company and its financial position." read more »
    36 South , a New Zealand-based hedge fund firm set up by derivatives traders, will close its Black Swan Fund after it gained 236 percent in the last 12 months and start a fund that wagers on inflation.
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    New study shows that skilled immigrants are going back home to better career opportunities and a better quality of life. read more »



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