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

New J.C. Penney Caters To Impatient Manhattanites

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Madoff Aide's Guilty Plea Could Net More Arrests

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SEC Considers Banning Flash Trading

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A Lot At Stake For Employers In Health Overhaul

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Dangers Of Buying, Selling Anything Under The Sun

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Madoff To Find Out How Long He'll Be In Prison

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Financial Overhaul Could Change Wall Street

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Ad Agency Finds 2-For-1 Deal In Downturn

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Unemployment Rate Rises To 9.4 Percent In May

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Poll: Economists Say Recession Likely To End In '09

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Ursula Burns To Succeed Mulcahy As Xerox CEO

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Former Employees Discover Life After Wall Street

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Treasury Wants To Track Derivatives

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Bank Shareholders Oust Lewis As Chairman

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Economy Shrinks More Than What Was Expected

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