Jim Zarroli Jim Zarroli is a business reporter for NPR News, based at NPR's New York bureau.

The Real Work Of Financial Regulation Begins

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Goldman Settles With SEC Over Fraud Charges

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Business Groups Step Up Criticism Of Obama

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History Repeating: Weaker Economic Recoveries

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BP Wants Help With Gulf Cleanup Costs

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Economic Signs Suggest A Bleak Road Ahead

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In N.H., It's Live Free Or Die But Don't Tax Me

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G-20 Leaders Debate Austerity Vs. Spending

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China Loosens Grip On Currency, But Doubts Remain

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BP CEO Tony Hayward at the White House on Wednesday for a meeting with President Obama. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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Before Gulf Spill, BP CEO Tony Hayward Won Praise

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House Panel To Hear From Oil Executives

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May's Jobs Report Falls Short Of Expectations

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New Trading Rules Proposed After Market Meltdown

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Debt Crisis Casts Spotlight On Ireland's Low Taxes

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Despite Opposition, Germany Likely To Pass Bailout

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