- Europe's economy is stuck. Widespread weakness across the currency bloc produces just 0.2% growth in the first quarter, half of what economists were expecting. Pressure builds at the European Central Bank
- Heads continue to roll at Citigroup, as CEO Michael Corbat makes good on promises to clean house. Failing to prevent a $400 million loan fraud
- As a rule, I try to avoid saying 'never' or 'forever,' but this one is on Kiplinger's Steven Goldberg. Here are seven ETFs he claims can be held forever. Embracing the long-term approach
- Air travel, the ultimate in polarization of income and classes. You want legroom without paying an arm and a leg? Ha ha ha. Piketty-Saez Seating Plan
- How to un-send a private direct message on Twitter. Anthony Weiner, take note. If all else fails, pretend it was a glitch
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