The Scariest Jobs Chart Ever Isn't Scary Enough

0 Lawmakers rip into regulators over money-laundering prosecution

Senate Democrats lit into Treasury and Federal Reserve officials Thursday over the handling of anti-money-laundering cases, questioning whether regulators are treating big banks accused of violating U.S. laws with kid gloves. The heated debate unfolded
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SEC Tech Update, Money-Fund Tax, NFL Adviser: Compliance

The discussions suggest SEC staffers are developing a more detailed proposal to force money funds to adopt a floating share price, a move the industry has said would destroy their appeal. One such proposal prepared last year under the direction of
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Rivals' run for money begins anew

City ethics rules prohibit candidates from carrying over funds from the March primary and soliciting new money before they made the runoff. For City Controller Wendy Greuel and Councilman Eric Garcetti, that means quickly refocusing on a breakneck,
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New Money Ventures to Silicon Valley

When SurveyMonkey LLC Chief Executive Dave Goldberg wanted to raise money for his Palo Alto, Calif., company, he didn't lean on the venture capitalists that scour Silicon Valley looking for the next Google Inc. or Facebook Inc. Instead, Mr. Goldberg
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Wall Street Journal

The Scariest Jobs Chart Ever Isn't Scary Enough

One of the defining graphs of our time (yes, there are defining graphs of our time) comes from the blog Calculated Risk. It tracks the job market in every U.S. recession and recovery since WWII — and it shows just how brutal the the past few years
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NPR (blog)

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