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

Firms Say Part Of Health Law Will Cost Them Millions

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Retired firefighter John DeGenova from Cranston, R.I., says good pension benefits were one of the reasons he entered his profession. Jim Zarroli/NPR hide caption

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Burning Away Cash: Pension Plight In Rhode Island

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Health Care Firms See Mixed Blessing In Overhaul

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The owners of Stuyvesant Town in Manhattan abandoned the property to their creditors in January. The original purchase was funded in part by outside investors, including two state retirement funds. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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Gambling To Fix Pensions Can Lead To A Bigger Bind

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A Decade Later, Nasdaq Is Half Its All-Time High

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Bernanke Backs Low Interest Rates

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Obama Lauds Senate Jobs Vote

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Study: States Must Fill $1 Trillion Pension Gap

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Hiring Delay After Recession Not Unusual

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New York Sues Bank Of America

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GDP Is Growing, Will Jobs Follow?

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Lawmakers Focus AIG Wrath On Geithner, Paulson

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Creditors Take Over $5.4B NYC Housing Complexes

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Newsstand mainstay Gourmet folded last year, but new publications, including Food Network Magazine, were launched. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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As Magazines Hemorrhage Cash, Industry Evolves

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Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd C. Blankfein (left) and JPMorgan Chase CEO James Dimon are among the top executives who will be awarding substantial bonuses to employees for job performance in 2009. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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Bonus Season Brings Political Risks For Banks

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