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    The $700 billion of commercial-mortgage-backed securities outstanding are being tested for the first time by a massive downturn, and the outcome so far is not pretty. read more »
    Ever considered moving to another country? Here's a comparison of tax rates around the globe. If taxes are a factor, avoid Slovenia, India, Italy and Sweden. Consider Switzerland instead. read more »
    It was inevitable that U.S. consumer-spending growth would slow down. For strategists, the question is this: If the U.S. is no longer the world's consumption engine, who will assume that role? There are two possible sc read more »
    Has the worst subsided? A case for why capitalism is still the world's most productive economic engine, by Fareed Zakaria of Newsweek. read more »
    The detailed chemical structure of a single molecule has been imaged for the first time, say researchers. The new method even shows chemical bonds. read more »
    Giving truly great presentations requires skill, work, and practice. Giving catastrophic presentations is far easier. So if you want to take the easy way out and look like a rank amateur, here's how. read more »
    Career researcher Dan Pink explores what drives motivation, starting with what social scientists know but most managers don't: Traditional rewards aren't effective. Listen for great stories - and maybe, a way forward. read more »
    Hope for the ne'er-do-wells of the world... read more »
    The US Dollar is the most recognizable currency in the world, but it is also probably one of the most boring. Here's a visual guide to what other currencies look like today. read more »
    A new study shows what it takes to convince a person that he isn't qualified to achieve the career of his dreams. read more »
    According to Swiss philosopher Alain de Botton, we are living in a unique era: we are encouraged to seek happiness through work. In his new book, he seeks to find out what makes jobs fulfilling — or soul-destroying. read more »
    NY Fed has launched a useful tool that allows you to look at the collapse of the credit economy in real, interactive time. At first glance, you see that mortgage bloodbath has now reached epic proportions. read more »
    The BofA case has several ridiculous paradoxes: Shareholder victims punished twice. Taxpayers fining taxpayers. Shareholders suing shareholders. What gives? read more »
    The first ever international scheduled flight took off from London and landed in Paris 90 years ago. It cost the single passenger 42 guineas - equivalent to a month's salary. read more »
    This chart illustrates the trading volume, deficit and surplus of the US with its major trading partners. Yes, there are countries vs. which we have a surplus: Netherlands, Belgium, UK and Turkey. read more »



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