Once considered a nerdy repository for digital rÃ©sumÃ©s, the service is becoming an indispensable social-networking tool. By Jessi Hempel
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Some investments make sense at particular stages. Then there are the stalwarts. WeâÄôve asked five elite fund managers for their top long-term stock picks.
Moving your residency to a low-tax-rate state can save you money. But if you donâÄôt do it right, the downside could be dire. By Janice Revell
The government pledged to phase out Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, but now the mortgage giants are back with record profits and a virtual monopoly on home financing. What went wrong, and what should be done to bring private capital back to housing. By Shawn Tully
Alex Banayan has befriended dozens of CEOs and turned down a TV show about his life, and is writing a book of business advice. Did we mention heâÄôs just 20 years old? By Scott Cendrowski
The CFO of ADP explains how Obamacare and big data are changing his business. By Geoff Colvin
Velcro Industries is trying to build a brand. That means convincing consumers that not all fasteners are created equal. By Beth Kowitt
Eric Gleacher was a legendary dealmaker -- but he wasnâÄôt able to persuade his own board to sell his firm and save it. By Scott Cendrowski
ObamaâÄôs energy loan program is no boondoggle after all.
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Just because tax avoidance is legal doesnâÄôt mean it is right.
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Lars Dalgaard sold SuccessFactors for $3.4 billion. Then his son was diagnosed with leukemia. By Michal Lev-Ram
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TodayâÄôs cars have more in common with tablets and smartphones than meets the eye. By Matt Vella