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Más información:Descripción: Unemployment is a closely watched statistic, and for 12.5 million Americans, a humbling reality. The percentage of people out of work peaked at 10 percent in October 2009, and while the rate hovers stubbornly at 8.1 percent, at least some of the long-term unemployed are beginning to find permanent jobs. This spring, Bloomberg Businessweek assigned 11 photographers...
Más información:Descripción: Think of this issue of Bloomberg Businessweek as a cocktail party. In the most obvious sense, it's all about the mix of guests. Our second annual How To special packs in CEOs, tech visionaries, U.S. senators, an NFL referee, an artist, and, for good measure, an 11-year-old and a 106-year-old. While the diversity of their accomplishments is impressive, it's their...
Más información:Descripción: Chinese corporate espionage is "the greatest transfer of wealth in history," says the U.S. National Security Agency's director. And growing evidence says China's intelligence agencies are involved
Más información:Descripción: In 1995, Randy Johnson lost his job after Bain Capital bought the struggling paper company where he worked. Armed with a pile of fading documents, he has tormented Romney ever since.
Más información:Descripción: Kim Dotcom started Megaupload, made filesharing explode, and now sits in a New Zealand jail, charged with conspiracy, racketeering, and more. A hacker supreme's ridiculous rise and fall.
Más información:Descripción: Continental and United have undeniable corporate chemistry, but is it a love built to last? An inside look at the complexity and absurdity of making the world's largest airline.