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Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas) mentors young Wall Street trader Jake Moore (Shia LaBeouf) in Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, another in Hollywood's long line of unfriendly films about high finance. Barry Wetcher /Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation hide caption

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Even Away From 'Wall Street,' Hollywood Gives Little Love To Stockbrokers

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President Obama, speaking at the White House in January, is surrounded by some of his economic advisers at the time including Christina Romer, Timothy Geithner and Lawrence Summers. The president is now considering candidates to direct the National Economic Council when Summers departs later this year. Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Advice On A New Obama Economic Adviser

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Some sights in Port-au-Prince have changed in the eight months that have passed since the earthquake. Billboards advertising mobile phones, home appliances and Delta Air Lines tower over a sprawling tent camp near Haiti’s international airport and stand in stark contrast to the meager lives of the camp’s dispossessed residents. Courtesy of Valentina Pasquali hide caption

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Amid Slow Recovery, Haiti's Tent Cities Remain

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People shop for cars in Los Angeles in 2009. Brand new cars are not the most attractive to car thieves, though. The most-stolen vehicle in 2009 was the 1994 Honda Accord. Nick Ut/AP hide caption

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What's The Most-Stolen Vehicle? It May Surprise You

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