Jim Zarroli Jim Zarroli is an NPR correspondent based in New York. He covers economics and business news.
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Swiss Bank Finds Itself Under American Scrutiny

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Senate Report: Credit Suisse Bank Helped Americans Evade Taxes

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Netflix Pays Comcast To Ensure Its Videos Stream Smoothly

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Netflix, Comcast Reach Streaming Agreement

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Internet service providers are having trouble keeping pace with growing demand for video streaming services. But there's disagreement over how to fix the problem. iStockphoto hide caption

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Video Streaming Is Straining, But Who Will Ease The Tension?

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Regulators Examine Allegations Of Currency Manipulation

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The Dow Drops Again, But What's Driving The Sell-Off?

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Federal Reserve Officials To Evaluate Stimulus Easing

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The study did reveal widespread disparity in upward mobility based on geography. For those hoping to climb the economic ladder, San Francisco is one of the best places to live, the study found. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Study: Upward Mobility No Tougher In U.S. Than Two Decades Ago

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Banks Challenged By Economy Despite Positive Earnings

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