Meet The IMF's New Leader, Christine Lagarde
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FDIC Chief Earned Rep As A Consumer Advocate
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A screen shot of Doritos Asylum 626 project, an interactive, online horror movie created to attract teenage consumers. Asylum 626 hide caption

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Junk Food Fight: Should Ads Stop Targeting Teens?
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Protesters in Athens gather in front of the Greek Parliament as riot police stand guard Wednesday. Aris Messinis/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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With Greece Near Default, Wider Impact Feared
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A sign shows that a new price is available on this town house for sale in Pepper Pike, Ohio, in January. Home prices are falling across most of America's largest cities, and average prices in eight major markets have hit their lowest point since the housing bust. Amy Sancetta/AP hide caption

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Dear Job Market, Thanks For A Lousy Grad Gift
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LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner, center right with beard, and Reid Hoffman, center background with glasses, listen to traders during their company's listing on May 19 on the New York Stock Exchange. The company reached a market value of $9 billion last week, leading to fears of another dot-com bubble. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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In LinkedIn IPO, Hints Of Another Tech Bubble?
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In Kesennuma, garbage covers much of the city, particularly in the harbor. Some baseball fields and parks nearby have been converted into areas where cranes can sort through the debris. Yuki Noguchi/NPR hide caption

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One Big Obstacle To Japan's Recovery? Trash
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Michihiro Kono is the ninth-generation chief executive of soy sauce maker Yagisawa Co. in Rikuzentakata, Japan. His factory, storeroom, customer records and two of his employees were washed away in the tsunami. But he's determined to rebuild. Chie Kobayashi for NPR hide caption

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Rebuilding A Soy Sauce Company, From The Barrel Up
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Newly minted second-graders in Rikuzentakata, Japan, begin their school year more than two weeks late after a tsunami wiped out most of the town. Yuki Noguchi/NPR hide caption

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Japan Struggles With How To Heal 'Children's Hearts'
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Japanese performers dance at a temple in the tsunami-devastated area of Rikuzentakata, Japan, on April 17. Yasuyoshi Chiba/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Japanese Celebrate The Dead Amid A Town's Ruins
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Katsunobu Yatagawa surveys the spinach crop he had to destroy because of radiation concerns. Farmers like Yatagawa in the Ibaraki prefecture are facing a ban on the sale of some of their products, and an uncertain future. Chie Kobayashi for NPR hide caption

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Japanese Farmers Linger In State Of Uncertainty
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Long-Term Unemployed Debate Their Next Move
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Frank Wallace, who is unemployed, displays a sign during a vigil in Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Unemployment Project and other organizations gathered to draw attention to federal unemployment benefits that are scheduled to expire. Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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Expiration Of Benefits Takes Toll On Unemployed
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EU Probes Google For Antitrust Issues
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