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Across the country, companies are demanding concessions from states and cities to keep jobs local. And the giveaways are adding up to a gigantic bill for taxpayers. The NYT reports.
CNBC's Rick Santelli and Steve Liesman have one of their "Squawk Box" arguments on taxes, and avoiding taxes. (1:31)
House Speaker John Boehner tells reporters that negative comments from the GOP about the “fiscal cliff” talks aren’t just public posturing for negotiating purposes. (1:04)
Home video posted on the Internet of a young child who really likes "Closing Bell's" animation illustrating the "fiscal cliff." (0:34)
Bitter foes just weeks ago, President Obama and Mitt Romney met for lunch.
U.S. companies may be paying out big dividends before tax rates rise next year, but they’re holding the line with executive bonuses.
One company offers "regular folks" professional financial planning services, with costs that start at $89.
Here is “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer’s “Game Plan” for the week of Monday, Nov. 19.
Technical analyst Chris Verrone of Strategas offered "Fast Money" pros his market outlook.
Wedbush Securities Managing Director Michael Pachter reveals his plans for FB, ZNGA and LNKD.
"For some reason, traders gravitate toward special dividends, and there have been a rash of them lately," says TheStreet's David Peltier.
Here are the 10 best-performing biopharmaceutical stocks of 2012 — and their outlooks for 2013.
After 2008, you might think that running a Wall Street firm should disqualify you from giving advice on the finances of the U.S. government.
Congress rattled the stock market, a trend that will continue until the “fiscal cliff” is resolved.
A slew of companies are rushing to offer special dividends before the end of the year because of the prospect of higher taxes in 2013.
World financial markets are reacting negatively to three dangerous games of chicken being played out.
Investors seem to be drawing a rather dubious conclusion from the recent Catalan elections.
New Year is traditionally a time for reflection and introspection, so let’s start now: Why the euro?
After the election, President Obama waxed "common ground" with congressional leaders on the "fiscal cliff." So..?
Many say insider trading creates an uneven playing field, but in reality, ending it as a "crime" benefits all market participants.
Three of the top 10 dividend payers in the S&P are pharmas. So what of the big dividend tax hike in 2013?
While "your father’s pension" is unlikely to return, one big firm has overhauled its 401(k) plan so workers can get a paycheck for life.
After four years of belt-tightening and freezing their credit cards, American families are getting passing grades for their personal finances.
Kim Boylan has achieved many of the things we associate with the American Dream. But there's a problem...
The clients of Samantha Fraelich’s financial planning practice are asking her the same thing...
Buyers are coming back to the housing market in ever greater numbers.
After a month delay, the latest version of Apple's iTunes was finally revealed.
The madam for the Mustang Ranch brothel, explains how even this industry is not recession proof.
Roman Abramovich’s style of management has people wondering why people would want to work for him.
More Americans took the leap into entrepreneurship based on their perception of promising opportunities ahead.
The soaring value of fine wines has given collectors an unexpected source of liquidity.