Jim Zarroli Jim Zarroli is an NPR correspondent based in New York. He covers economics and business news.
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Nine Japanese Auto Parts Makers Plead Guilty To Price Fixing

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New Rules Allow Companies To Advertise For Dollars

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JPMorgan Chase will reportedly pay a $700 million fine to settle allegations that it made risky trades out of its London office that led to more than $6 billion in losses. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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JPMorgan To Get Whale Of A Fine For Trading Losses

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The headquarters of Lehman Brothers in Times Square in 2008, the year the financial services firm filed for bankruptcy. Hiroko Masuike/Getty Images hide caption

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Verizon Makes Blockbuster Bond Sale To Buy Vodafone

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Muriel Siebert Was One Of the First Women Of Wall Street

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J.C. Penney Board Member Resigns After Criticizing Management

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Years of rapid industrial expansion have left many parts of China contending with thick smog and dirty water. Vincent Yu/AP/DAPD hide caption

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