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New Yahoo CEO Among A Rare Few: Female Execs With Tech Creds

Marissa Mayer, the new CEO of Yahoo, is not the first woman to head a high-profile technology company. But the former Google executive is one of the few female computer scientists to reach such a pinnacle. Will her rise inspire more women to enter the technology field?
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HSBC Executive Resigns During Money Laundering Hearing

A Senate subcommittee investigation found the bank made it easier for Mexican cartels to launder money and for Iranian firms to bypass sanctions.
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HSBC Accused Of Letting Cartels Launder Money

A Senate committee looked at the failure of HSBC bank to police money laundering.
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All Eyes Are On Yahoo's New Female CEO

Former Google executive Marissa Mayer is now the new CEO of Yahoo. It is noteworthy both because she is one of a select few women in executive positions in Silicon Valley and because after the announcement she said she is soon expecting her first child. Audie Cornish speaks with former executive and long-time Valley resident Robin Wolaner about the news.
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States Make Tough Calls To Close Budget Gaps

Over half of U.S. states will have to close a combined budget gap of 55 billion dollars, according to a report by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities in the 2013 fiscal year. To avoid raising taxes, most states are implementing continued cuts to deal with budget shortfalls.
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Romney Repeats No-New-Tax-Releases Stance, Defends Offshore Accounts

Romney tells conservative National Review he doesn't want to release pre-2010 tax returns because it will give Obama fodder to "lie, distort."
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Debt, Debt And More Debt: Is Democracy To Blame?

The federal debt is at record levels and growing. States are "grappling with unprecedented fiscal crises," a new report says. And Europe's debt mess threatens the world economy. Some scholars think, like Plato, that democracy is the problem.

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