- In a week filled with important earnings reports and a nervous market, those earnings better not be weak. Minding the volatility index
- We can all rest easy now, because the SEC is planning a sweeping campaign against high-frequency trading. All it took was a book by Michael Lewis to get this thing started. SEC to investors: We got this
- It has not been easy lately for passive investors. When momentum stocks dive
- AA credit ratings are becoming the norm for U.S. companies as downgrades mount. Only three companies still have AAA ratings
- New love for emerging-markets ETFs. Investors pour $4.7 billion into the category in seven days. Speaking of Brazil
- Six companies with great balance sheets that are reporting earnings this week. ABT, INTC, OMC, SLB, SNDK, URI
- One upside of the IRS mess; the odds of being audited this year are lower than they have been in years. Smaller budgets, fewer agents, but at least the service is still lousy
- Swiss unions ride the income-inequality wave and push for $25 minimum wage. Meanwhile, business owners beg higher-wage proponents to take an economics course. World's highest minimum wage
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