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  • Is JPMorgan Chase out of control?

    JPMorgan has paid more than $8.5 billion in legal settlements stemming from a slew of major investment mistakes – yet the banking giant keeps rolling on. How?

  • Is unprecedented inequality the reason our economy can't recover?

    In 1965, CEOs of large American corporations earned 20 times as much as their typical employee. Today, it's 270 times. Brown argues this income inequality to be the economy's greatest obstacle to recovery. 

  • Janet Yellen: The Dove Queen

    President Obama is expected to nominate Janet Yellen as chairwoman of the Federal Reserve this Wednesday. Should Yellen be approved by Senate and accept the position, she will come to the post amidst a huge fiscal debate and unemployment disappointments. It's her show now.  

  • Why Warren Buffett is richer than George Soros

    George Soros and Warren Buffett are two of the richest men in the world, but certain circumstances have helped Buffett come out on top. 

  • The market needs to scare Washington into re-opening government

    Stock markets are closing lower and lower as the government remains shutdown. Brown argues that a greater fall in stock prices may be the wake-up call Washington needs. The market needs to scare congress straight before Washington will get serious about finalizing a budget plan and re-open the government. 

June 30, 2015

Photos of the day 06/30

US President Barack Obama smiles after being asked whether the events of the past few days constituted his 'best week,' as he and Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff hold a joint news conference in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Tuesday.

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