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Who’s Regulating the Regulators?

As the Goldman Sachs tapes show, regulators almost always fail. In other cases, they cheat consumers out of choices. Leave it to the market.

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The Billionaire Who Built the Glock Handgun Is a Filthy Sex Machine

Perhaps we didn’t need a former VP of the U.S.’s biggest handgun manufacturer to tell us that the old coot running the company “spends money on mistresses, on houses, on sex, on cars. He bribes people. He’s just a bad guy.” Still, new court filings tell us how entertainingly horrible he and his family really are.Read more…

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How the Ice Cream Girl Beat City Hall

City officials said ‘Chubby’ Campanella wasn’t prominent or heroic enough to get a street named after him. But his daughter Maria, whom he taught the ice cream business, didn’t give up.

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Choose Your Own Neil Patrick Harris

Neil Patrick Harris dishes on a career in show business, how coming out affected his career, his new autobiography, and his delicious turn in ‘Gone Girl.’

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How to Save Silent Movies

Screening and celebrating silent movies is a tough business. But in Jersey City the fight goes on, with fabulous organ accompaniment.

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Vatican Investigates Kansas City Bishop

The Vatican’s investigation of an American bishop could lead the way to real accountability for predatory priests, or could be business as usual for the troubled church.

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Will Secret Tapes Take Down Goldman?

A ex-New York Fed examiner revealed shockingly weak oversight of the banking giant—and, worse, how little has changed since the financial meltdown.

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Sir Ian makes oil planning warning

Businessman Sir Ian Wood warns Aberdeen needs to plan now for the “difficult period” when the North Sea oil and gas industry “winds down”.

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Why the Rockefellers Rejected Big Oil

Their name is synonymous with oil, but the descendants of John D. Rockefeller are divesting from fossil fuels—joining a few other heirs who turned their backs on the family business.

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Philips plans to split business

Dutch electronics giant Philips says it is planning to split the company in two, separating its lighting business from its healthcare division.

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Banks lead business reaction to the Scottish referendum

Banks lead business reaction to referendum

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Scottish ‘No’ vote ‘relief’ for firms

Businesses speak of ‘relief’ over Scotland’s rejection of independence, and banks say they will no longer be shifting operations out of Scotland.

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Obamacare and Family Values: Parents Get to Stay Home With Children

A key feature of Obamacare is that by allowing people to get insurance through the exchanges, workers would no longer feel tied to their jobs in the same way. Workers that wanted to look for jobs that may be a better fit, or wanted to try to start their own business, or just hated their boss, could now take this step without worrying about losing insurance for themselves and their families.

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Sale of Ferguson shipyard confirmed

Administrators confirm the sale of Ferguson Shipbuilders at Port Glasgow to businessman Jim McColl’s firm, Clyde Blowers Capital.

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“Internet Slowdown” Protest Rallies Support for Net Neutrality

Dozens of businesses and advocacy groups are displaying “loading” icons on their websites today as part of a coordinated effort to pressure the Federal Communications Commission to adopt net neutrality rules with teeth.

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Bloomberg Returns to Run His Company

Watch out, employees.

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Bloomberg to be Chief of Bloomberg

Again.

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Phil McNulty’s transfer window verdict

As the transfer window closes, who can be satisfied with their business and who will be left with regrets?

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Joanna Coles, Queen of Cosmo

The British editor of Cosmopolitan says she loves talking about (and having) sex. The key to women succeeding in business? Playing golf, apparently.

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The Bin Ladens’ Michelangelo Connection

Osama’s family business has bought into the Carrara quarries, which supplied the marble for some of Christianity’s greatest icons—and for the Freedom Tower in New York City.

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