- Twenty-nine of the 30 Dow Jones companies have supported the Clintons in some way, shape or form. The holdout: UnitedHealth Group Inc. (UNH). The multiple routes to the Clintons
- Live from Boston, I talk alternative investments with John Nersesian, chairman of the Investment Management Consultants Association, and managing director at Nuveen Investments. The growing appetite for alternative investments and the proliferation of products
- To take on Russia, Obama is turning to his secret weapon: The IRS. Tougher than sanctions, but slightly less aggressive than full-scale military action. This is a job for Lois Lerner
- As jumbo M&A activity builds, Warren Buffett is said to be licking his chops. Big food companies are on the menu. Doing a $50 billion deal without breaking a sweat
- The uneasy pattern of tapping 401(k) accounts before retirement. The early-withdrawal penalties are not even the biggest problem. Doing the math
- Investors pour money into exchange-traded notes for reasons that are not yet entirely clear. Approaching this ETF cousin with caution
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