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Study: Tax Change Could Bring $1 Trillion Back to U.S.

Study: Tax Change Could Bring $1 Trillion Back to U.S. blogs.wsj.com 6 TWEETS

Changing tax rules on overseas earnings could bring about $1 trillion back to the U.S., according to a study sponsored by a business group seeking the change.

blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2013/11/08/study-tax-change-could-bring-1-trillion-back-to-u-s/

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Rising Up the Ladder in America: Who’s Upwardly Mobile? - At Work - WSJ

Rising Up the Ladder in America: Who’s Upwardly Mobile? - At Work - WSJ blogs.wsj.com 422 TWEETS

A great many of Americans born into the poorest segments of the population are stuck there for life, a finding that suggests the U.S. has much to do to improve social mobility, according to a study.

blogs.wsj.com/atwork/2013/11/11/rising-up-the-ladder-in-america-whos-upwardly-mobile/

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CVS Plans to Help Customers Sign Up for Obamacare

CVS Plans to Help Customers Sign Up for Obamacare blogs.wsj.com 83 TWEETS

CVS Caremark Corp. will roll out an outreach campaign to help uninsured Americans find out about their insurance options under the Affordable Care Act.

blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2013/07/25/cvs-plans-to-help-customers-navigate-obamacare/

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Bitcoin Comes Under Senate Scrutiny - A pair of Senate committees will hold hearings on the policy issues raised by virtual currencies in the coming weeks, according to Senate aides, a development that comes amid growing attention from government regulato

Bitcoin Comes Under Senate Scrutiny - A pair of Senate committees will hold hearings on the policy issues raised by virtual currencies in the coming weeks, according to Senate aides, a development that comes amid growing attention from government regulato blogs.wsj.com 99 TWEETS

A pair of Senate committees will hold hearings on the policy issues raised by virtual currencies in the coming weeks, according to Senate aides, a development that comes amid growing attention from government regulators to digital forms of money.

blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2013/11/05/bitcoin-comes-under-senate-scrutiny/?mod=e2tw

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Americans Say America Is Still No. 1, For Now - Real Time Economics - WSJ

Americans Say America Is Still No. 1, For Now - Real Time Economics - WSJ blogs.wsj.com 202 TWEETS

Global GDP numbers tell a clear story: The U.S. is the world’s No. 1 economy. By a wide margin. But according to a new poll, a lot of Americans don’t see it that way.

blogs.wsj.com/economics/2013/11/03/americans-say-america-is-still-no-1-for-now/?mod=e2tw

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Google’s Schmidt: NSA Spying on Data Centers Is ‘Outrageous’

Google’s Schmidt: NSA Spying on Data Centers Is ‘Outrageous’ blogs.wsj.com 423 TWEETS

Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt bristled at reports that the U.S. government had spied on the company’s data centers, saying such an act is outrageous and could be a breach of the law if proven true.

blogs.wsj.com/digits/2013/11/04/googles-schmidt-on-nsa-china-and-north-korea/

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WSJ/NBC Poll: Democrats are largely content with their own party, while distaste among Republicans for the GOP has grown exponentially this year.

WSJ/NBC Poll: Democrats are largely content with their own party, while distaste among Republicans for the GOP has grown exponentially this year. blogs.wsj.com 114 TWEETS

In the latest WSJ/NBC poll is a disturbing reality for the Republican Party. Put simply, Democrats are largely content with their own party, while distaste among Republicans for the GOP has grown exponentially this year.

blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2013/11/01/poll-growing-number-of-republicans-dislike-gop/?mod=e2tw

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Growing Number of Republicans Dislike GOP

Growing Number of Republicans Dislike GOP blogs.wsj.com 138 TWEETS

In the latest WSJ/NBC poll is a disturbing reality for the Republican Party. Put simply, Democrats are largely content with their own party, while distaste among Republicans for the GOP has grown exponentially this year.

blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2013/11/01/poll-growing-number-of-republicans-dislike-gop/

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Still No Evidence Obamacare Is Forcing Large Numbers Into Part-Time Work - Real Time Economics - WSJ

Still No Evidence Obamacare Is Forcing Large Numbers Into Part-Time Work - Real Time Economics - WSJ blogs.wsj.com 20 TWEETS

Is an obscure detail about how the Labor Department tabulates workers’ hours obscuring an “Obamacare”-driven shift toward part-time work? No.

blogs.wsj.com/economics/2013/10/31/still-no-evidence-obamacare-is-forcing-large-numbers-into-part-time-work/

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Cities nationwide are grappling with the same types of underlying issues that sunk Detroit

Cities nationwide are grappling with the same types of underlying issues that sunk Detroit blogs.wsj.com 14 TWEETS

The Wall Street Journal is launching a series that delves into the fiscal health of the 250 largest U.S. cities. What we found: Cities nationwide are grappling with the same types of underlying issues that sunk Detroit, which filed for the largest-ever mu

blogs.wsj.com/economics/2013/10/27/warning-signs-how-to-understand-your-citys-finances/?mg=blogs-wsj

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Fed Balance Sheet Not Seen Returning to Normal Until at Least 2019

Fed Balance Sheet Not Seen Returning to Normal Until at Least 2019 blogs.wsj.com 53 TWEETS

The Fed’s balance sheet, which is fast approaching $4 trillion in total assets, won’t return to normal until sometime between mid-2019 and mid-2021, according to new projections prepared by central bank researchers.

blogs.wsj.com/economics/2013/10/29/fed-balance-sheet-not-seen-returning-to-normal-until-at-least-2019/?mod=WSJ_hp_LEFTWhatsNewsCollection

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nsa.gov still down, NSA claims it's not the work of anon but of "internal error that occurred during a scheduled update"

nsa.gov still down, NSA claims it's not the work of anon but of "internal error that occurred during a scheduled update" blogs.wsj.com 57 TWEETS

The National Security Agency said its website was down for several hours Friday because of an internal error, not hacking.

blogs.wsj.com/digits/2013/10/25/did-hackers-take-down-nsa-gov/

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Sen. Warren to Financial Regulators: Get Aggressive - Washington Wire

Sen. Warren to Financial Regulators: Get Aggressive - Washington Wire blogs.wsj.com 5 TWEETS

Sen. Elizabeth Warren opened a new front in a public push to make financial regulators more aggressive.

blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2013/10/23/sen-warren-to-financial-regulators-get-aggressive/

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Sebelius: ‘We Didn’t Have Five Years’ to Keep Testing Site - Washington Wire - WSJ

Sebelius: ‘We Didn’t Have Five Years’ to Keep Testing Site - Washington Wire - WSJ blogs.wsj.com 7 TWEETS

HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said that under ideal circumstances, the administration would have had more time to develop and test the online health-insurance marketplace that has been tripped up by technical troubles.

blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2013/10/22/sebelius-we-didnt-have-five-years-to-keep-testing-site

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‘Tech Surge’ Planned to Fix Obamacare Exchanges - Washington Wire

‘Tech Surge’ Planned to Fix Obamacare Exchanges - Washington Wire blogs.wsj.com 137 TWEETS

The Obama administration is bringing in outside help to resolve some of the technical woes that have beset the federally run insurance exchanges, which the agency acknowledged "has not lived up to the expectations of the American people."

blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2013/10/20/tech-surge-planned-to-fix-obamacare-exchanges/?mod=WSJ_hpp_LEFTTopStories

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Russia to Grab Pension Money, Temporarily - Emerging Europe Real Time

Russia to Grab Pension Money, Temporarily - Emerging Europe Real Time blogs.wsj.com 89 TWEETS

Russia’s government is temporarily seizing $7.6 billion in savings from non-state pension funds while it carries out inspections, a move critics say looks like a “confiscation” aimed at plugging a hole in next year’s state budget.

blogs.wsj.com/emergingeurope/2013/10/03/russia-to-grab-pension-money-temporarily/

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J.P. Morgan Offers to Front Benefits if Government Doesn’t Pay - MoneyBeat - WSJ

J.P. Morgan Offers to Front Benefits if Government Doesn’t Pay - MoneyBeat - WSJ blogs.wsj.com 19 TWEETS

Jamie Dimon is planning to take the place of the U.S. government if it goes into default— at least as far as his clients’ federal benefits go. The chief executive of J.P. Morgan Chase & Co, said his bank would fund the $6 billion to $8 billion in gove

blogs.wsj.com/moneybeat/2013/10/12/j-p-morgan-offers-to-front-benefits-if-government-doesnt-pay/

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