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Holder: Citigroup To Pay $7B To Resolve Mortgage Probe
Attorney General Eric Holder says, Citigroup has agreed to pay $7 billion to settle a U.S. government probe into the bank's trading of mortgage-backed securities in the run-up to the 2008 financial crisis.
Crooks Target PCs at Hotel Business Centers
Travelers have one more place to watch their backs when they're on the road: the hotel business center.
Pizza Hut Launches 'Pizza Cookie'
One circular calorie bomb deserves another.
Luxury Car Sales Boom as Wealthy Kick Tires
Paul A. Eisenstein
Sales of luxury automobiles are booming as a bullish stock market has created more millionaires with cash to burn on four-wheeled status symbols.
Dow Up More Than 100 Points on Citi Earnings
Stocks climbed, with the S&P 500 bouncing back from its largest weekly hit in three months, on better-than-projected earnings from Citigroup.
Why Women Should 'Lean In' Cautiously at Work
Martha C. White
Even with movements like "Lean In" to encourage women, female professionals who stand up for themselves can face criticism.
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Citi OKs $7 Billion Mortgage Probe Settlement
Figure is more than twice what many analysts had expected the bank to pay in a massive probe over mortgage-backed securities.
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Samsung Suspends Supplier Amid Child Labor Claims
The world's biggest smartphone maker said it would permanently cut all ties with the supplier if the allegations were true.
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Pink Slip Puff: Why Smoking Legal Pot Can Get You Fired
Workers still can be booted – or never hired – for puffing cannabis in Colorado and Washington if anti-pot rules exist in employers’ HR handbooks.
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