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Tech firms hate NSA spying, but they admittedly spy on you too. They say it's different for them. The same rules don't apply.
General Motors promotes Mary Barra to CEO, replacing Dan Akerson
This year, as part of Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, one of the most elaborate costumes was a pair of 3-D printed angel wings worn by model Lindsay Ellingson
Federal regulators officially unveiled a long-awaited rule on proprietary trading. But investors weren't concerned. Shares of Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley were both higher.
The rule, intended to rein in trading by banks for their own accounts, is a key component of the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial reform law.
Treasury's sale of a final block of shares leaves taxpayers in a $11 billion hole on 2009 bailout of GM.
Stocks slipped slightly Tuesday but the S&P 500 is still close to its record high. Investors are anxiously awaiting next week's Fed meeting.
Stock rallies as carriers complete merger to form world's largest airline company.
Holding on to Snowden's NSA documents "can get scary," says the New York Times' top tech executive.
Despite the notion that it's easy to make it in America, the country has far less economic mobility than most other industrialized nations.