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The term "zombie bank" comes from the Japanese, who use it to describe banks kept on life support by the government. So when does a bank become a zombie -- beyond help and unable to get off the operating table? Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
The office-products chain says women make most of the supply-purchasing decisions in the workplace, so it's going to focus its marketing on them. Mitchell Hartman reports.
A few years ago, 3D was supposed to be the next big thing in movies. But last time we went to the theater, most movies were flat on the screen. Stacey Vanek-Smith explains why the movie industry has yet to completely enter the third dimension.
Hedge funds will soon send out year-end letters, most of them detailing how much they lost in the last year. Even though investors might not be looking forward to the missives, some of them can be pretty entertaining. Amy Scott reports.
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