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Special report: Does corporate America kowtow to China?

China's rise as a manufacturing power has benefited American factory owners in at least one way. Full story

Wal-Mart sex-bias case could have big impact

The nation's highest court will hear arguments this week in a sex-discrimination case that  could have a sweeping impact on working women and the work world at large. Full story

Zell: Take Politics Out of Unions?

   Sam Zell, chairman of Equity Investments, says collective bargaining worked in corporate America. Does it work in the public sector? Zell shares his thoughts.

Two Weeks to Startup: Day 9. Execute Your Marketing Plan

You'll need to be ready when customers start calling. Here's how to prepare for those initial queries. Full story

Two Weeks to Startup: Day 4. Write Your Business Plan

In today's installment of our series to help you launch a new venture, you'll put your concept on paper. Full story

Two Weeks to Startup: Day 5: Find Financing

Today, you'll learn where look for the money you need to launch. Part five in a 10-part series to help you start a business. Full story

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Two Weeks to Startup: Day 10. Hang Out Your Shingle and Sell

Two Weeks to Startup: Day 7. Develop a Marketing Plan

Two Weeks to Startup: Day 8. Build Your Support Team

Two Weeks to Startup: Day 3. Calculating Startup Costs

Two Weeks to Startup -- Day 2: Research Your Business Idea

Reuters: P&G, big U.S. firms push for lower corporate rate

Women still wary of helping each other at work

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  Set for a Corporate Shopping Spree?

Cash is king in corporate America, but it's becoming a bigger deal overseas as well, with CNBC's Kayla Tausche.