For Oil Refineries, Isaac Was 'Mostly A Nonevent'
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Mortgage Settlement Monitor Issues First Report
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Bain Capital Tax Documents Draw Mixed Reaction
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Low Mortgage Rates Boost 'Serial Refinancers'
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Police leave the Standard Chartered Bank's offices Tuesday in London. The bank has been accused of making billions of dollars' worth of transactions with the Iranian regime. Matthew Lloyd/Getty Images hide caption

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Why Evading U.S. Rules May 'Tempt' Foreign Banks
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Best Buy's Founder Bids To Take Over Retailer
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A construction worker carries lumber while working on new homes in San Mateo, Calif., in March. Homebuilding is at its highest level in nearly four years. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Is Housing Recovery Real? Not Everyone Is Convinced
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Job applicants outside the Staffmark temp agency in Cypress, Calif., in 2005. Temp hiring is usually a harbinger of an improving job market, but some analysts say more employers may be considering temps as a more permanent staffing solution. Ric Francis/AP hide caption

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For Temp Workers, 'Temp' Looking More Permanent
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JPMorgan's Growing Loss Shakes Investor Faith
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JPMorgan: Trading Loss Grows To $4.4 Billion
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Half of San Bernardino County's 300,000 mortgages are underwater. In an attempt to ease the mortgage crisis, the Southern California county is considering taking control of some of those properties by eminent domain. Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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County Considers Eminent Domain As Foreclosure Fix
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U.S. Unemployment Rate Sticks At 8.2 Percent
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Creative Hands is a therapy center in Washington, D.C., that used daily deals when it opened last year. Instead of bolstering revenue, the deals left Creative Hands' owner in the red. Ebony Bailey/NPR hide caption

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For Some Businesses, Daily Deals Have A Dark Side
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Former Barclays CEO Bob Diamond leaves Parliament amid a crowd of reporters in London on Wednesday. Diamond, who resigned Tuesday, was questioned about a growing interest-rate manipulation scandal. Matthew Lloyd/Getty Images hide caption

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Ex-CEO: Barclays Isn't The Only Bank At Fault
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