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Selling Obama

The Products are real, and so is the strategy. Is Obama campaign manager Jim Messina ahead of his time or out of his...

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How To Sell Drugs

How did the George twins build an illegal prescription painkilling empire? A few pills at a time

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Back to Work

Unemployment is a closely watched statistic, and for 12.5 million Americans, a humbling reality. The percentage of...

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Facebook: The $96 Billion Hack

On the eve of Facebook's IPO, a look at the daring decisions that took the social network's price tag from $1 billion...

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Brazil's War on Big Oil

How a relatively minor oil spill turned Chevron into a pariah in Brazil and obscured the nation's struggle to tap its...

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Lies, Lies, Lies

The fall of Bo Xilai reveals a culture of greed, violence, and deceit. Is this any place to do business?

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My Life in Private Equity

One week as a member of a factory-floor efficiency squad

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Gotcha

The unbelievable true tale of how the stumbling, bumbling SEC cracked the biggest insider trading case in history --...

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The How To Issue

Think of this issue of Bloomberg Businessweek as a cocktail party. In the most obvious sense, it's all about the mix...

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The People vs. the IRS

Nina Olson, the national taxpayer advocate, is leading frustrated filers through the IRS labyrinth

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Steve Jobs's Last Act of War

Steve Jobs called Google's Android operating system "grand theft" and vowed to destroy it. But the legal war he...

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Obama: Lucky or Good?

How much credit can the Obama administration take for the improving economy?

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Hey China! Stop Stealing Our Stuff

Chinese corporate espionage is "the greatest transfer of wealth in history," says the U.S. National Security Agency's...

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Twitter: The Company That Wouldn't Die

Chaos and fail whales couldn't stop it. Now Twitter, which for years treated earnings as an annoyance, is about to...

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Mitt Romney: Scorned in the USA

In 1995, Randy Johnson lost his job after Bain Capital bought the struggling paper company where he worked. Armed...

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Kim Dotcom, Pirate King

Kim Dotcom started Megaupload, made filesharing explode, and now sits in a New Zealand jail, charged with conspiracy,...

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Marriage at 30,000 Feet

Continental and United have undeniable corporate chemistry, but is it a love built to last? An inside look at the...

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Microsoft's Steve Ballmer Reboots

Cooler tech, more energy, higher profit -- the Microsoft CEO is out to prove Steve Jobs wrong and make Redmond...

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Behind Every Great Woman

High-powered CEO moms, and the stay-at-home dads who love them, turn the old expression "behind every great man ..."...

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