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Features by Sally Herships

The newest class of Goldman Sachs partners

Once every two years, a select few at Goldman Sachs become 'partners.'
Posted In: Goldman Sachs, partner, promotion, investment bank
Alhambra residents vote on Election Day at the Alhambra Fire Station #71 in Alhambra, Los Angeles County.

The economics of a runoff election

How is money raised and spent in a runoff election?
Posted In: runoff, elections, voting, Louisiana, Georgia

Why hair oil from Morocco costs a small fortune

Used to be we wanted to remove any trace of oil from our bodies. Not anymore.
Posted In: hairstyle, hair, beauty

The stock market has been, and always will be, volatile

The market’s up; the market’s down. What’s causing all the volatility?
Posted In: stock markets, market volatility, speculation

The jobs mismatch

There's a disconnect between the jobs market and what workers are looking for.
Posted In: Unemployment, job market

What you need to know about the AIG trial

Former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Timothy Geithner testifies at the AIG trial.
Posted In: AIG, Timothy Geithner, bailout

The discount that links big tobacco to the military

Legislation wants the big business of selling tobacco to military members to stop.
Posted In: military, tobacco
ATMs

ATM fees continue to rise

Banks are making money by charging fees to customers of other banks.
Posted In: ATM, bank fees, hidden fees

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