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  • The Scandalous Truth About The JOBS Act

    The Scandalous Truth About The JOBS Act

    By Emily Chasan, The Wall Street Journal The JOBS Act was supposed to be about clearing away regulation to help young companies create jobs. Just eight weeks after its passage, however, more than a dozen of the companies seeking to use its looser rules for going public aren't the type of high-tech growth... Continue Reading

  • 4 Ways To Check Out A Prospective Employer

    4 Ways To Check Out A Prospective Employer

    By Vickie Elmer It's earnings season for major corporations -- and as they report their earnings per share, they also may share some information that's useful to candidates who are being recruited to join their staffs. Yet the information that's important to potential hires may not show up on CNBC or in wire... Continue Reading

  • Yahoo CEO Apologizes Over Resume 'Error,' Shareholders Livid

    Yahoo CEO Apologizes Over Resume 'Error,' Shareholders Livid

    By Michael Liedtke SAN FRANCISCO -- Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson is sorry for allowing an inaccuracy about his education to appear in his official bio, but not remorseful enough to heed calls for him to resign. Thompson apologized for the uproar caused by the misinformation in a memo sent Monday to the troubled... Continue Reading

  • SEC Sues Former CEO Of Nation's Largest Pension Fund

    SEC Sues Former CEO Of Nation's Largest Pension Fund

    WASHINGTON -- Federal regulators have accused the former CEO of California's big employee pension fund and a friend of conspiring to trick a prominent investment firm into paying $20 million in fees to the friend's firms. Continue Reading