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  • Money-smart kids: Financial boot camp for girls

    I recently caught up with a group of teenage girls who had given up a week of summer vacation to learn about budgeting, credit and investing at a financial boot camp sponsored by the Financial Literacy Organization for Women and Girls, or FLOW, in Bethesda, Md. (http://www.sitting-pretty.org).
  • Banking needs to be boring again

    It's looking like arrests are imminent in the LIBOR scandal, with U.S. and European investigators closing in on more than a dozen traders. For at least four years -- from 2005 to 2009 -- Barclays Bank, among, apparently, many others, intentionally...

    Interview: Chicago native Aimee Garcia eager for every 'Dexter' script

    Interview: Chicago native Aimee Garcia eager for every 'Dexter' script
    Aimee Garcia gets nervous every time she is handed a script on the Showtime serial killer drama “Dexter.” Why? Because she never knows if it will be her last. The Fenwick High School alum — who plays Jamie Batista, nanny to Dexter&...

    Monsanto withdraws bids to grow GMO crops in Europe

    Monsanto withdraws bids to grow GMO crops in Europe
    Monsanto Co. said Thursday it will largely drop its bid to grow some of its genetically modified crops in Europe. The world's largest seed-maker has nine pending applications with the European Commission, the executive body for the European Union. A...

    Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley to send foreclosure settlement checks

    Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley to send foreclosure settlement checks
    WASHINGTON -- Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley will begin sending $247 million in payments on Friday to nearly a quarter-million people under a settlement of foreclosure-abuse allegations with regulators, the Federal Reserve said. The two Wall Street...