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When Divorce Leads To A Happily Ever After For A Small Business - NPR
NPRWhen Divorce Leads To A Happily Ever After For A Small BusinessNPRMarried couples in America co-own 3.7 million small businesses, according to the Census Bureau, and the arrangement can be fruitful when both marriage and business are going well. But what happens when it doesn't? Most of the time, when the love dies, ...and more »

Banks' Booming Business in Block Trades Faces New Risk - Wall Street Journal
Wall Street JournalBanks' Booming Business in Block Trades Faces New RiskWall Street JournalFacing tighter regulations, Wall Street banks are turning to an old-school way to make a profit: using their own money to help investors sell big blocks of stock. This boom is coming in the corner of the stock market known as "block trades," in which a ...and more »


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