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Tumblr founder is in the spotlight following Yahoo's purchase of the blogging site for $1.1 billion. More
City officials say the hot startup violates a so-called "illegal hotel" law. More
Launched in 2006, EventBrite has sold over 100 million tickets for events from two people to a hundred thousand.
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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has reported about the negative impact of high student-loan debt on the U.S. economy.
The Dow and S&P 500 hit new records after comments from a Fed official raised hopes of stimulus continuing. Bernanke testifies in front of Congress Wednesday.
Saks soared nearly 20% after hours following a New York Post reported that the luxury retailer had hired Goldman Sachs to explore a possible sale.
The job of web developer is growing quickly and many in the field are self-trained.
Tesla is bringing in millions from other automakers desperate to buy credits it gets from states for selling green cars.
Spirit Airlines CEO Bob Baldanza says that 'consumer apprehension' is driving travelers to Spirit Airlines, whose fare costs are lower than the majority of airlines.
Federal and state officials are taking a critical look at so-called "pension advances," which they say put retirees and military veterans deep into debt, while putting individual investors at risk.
Vote lets JPMorgan CEO keep chairman title by a wide margin. Three directors squeak by.
The highly anticipated JPMorgan shareholder meeting felt more like a lunch gathering of a local Toastmasters than Ground Zero of the governance movement.
Europe misses out on one trillion euros in tax each year. Little wonder its leaders are stepping up their efforts to tackle fraud and aggressive tax avoidance.
Herbalife hired Pricewaterhouse Coopers as its new accounting firm. KPMG resigned last month after discovering one of its partners was providing illegal stock tips on clients.
New York Federal Reserve President William Dudley said the central bank's current plan for unwinding its stimulus program is "stale".
The drugmaker plans to reincorporate in Ireland to reduce its tax burden, but the CEO will stay in New Jersey.
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