Jim Zarroli Jim Zarroli is an NPR correspondent based in New York. He covers economics and business news.
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Markets Caught Off Guard By Health Care Ruling

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FBI Op Targets Cyber Criminals Stealing Credit Cards

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JPMorgan CEO: $2 Billion Loss Was Indefensible

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Despite Low Rates, Investors Rely On Treasurys

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Mitt Romney talks about his plan for creating jobs at a 2011 campaign speech in Las Vegas. Julie Jacobson/AP hide caption

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How Accurate Is Obama's Attack On Romney's Jobs Record?

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Mitt Romney addresses the Latino Coalition's 2012 Small Business Summit in Washington earlier this month. Mary Altaffer/AP hide caption

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A financial news stock ticker on Morgan Stanley headquarters carries a headline about Facebook on Wednesday. Some investors wonder whether Facebook and Morgan Stanley withheld information before the Facebook stock offering. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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Ex-Goldman Director Faces Insider Trading Trial

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JPMorgan Chase Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon cited "many errors, sloppiness and bad judgment" in announcing a $2 billion loss due to a hedging strategy. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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