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The Wall Street Journal Special Writer Greg Zuckerman on how to invest like a hedge fund without the hefty fees.

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  1. Making Millions from Moon Property

    The moon may be a desolate ball of dirt that hasn't seen human interaction in 40 years, but that hasn't stopped some real estate moguls from making millions of dolla...

  2. Italy Should Have Taken IMF Loan In 2011, Bini Smaghi Says-Report

    Italy should have accepted an International Monetary Fund program on offer in late 2011, Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, a former member of the European Central Bank's executiv...

  3. Deutsche Bank to Cap Executive Pay

    Deutsche Bank AG (DB, DBK.XE) is capping its top executive pay in 2013 at just less than 10 million euros amid a broader political debate in Europe on how to rein in...

  4. King Urges Osborne to Splt RBS

    Outgoing Bank of England Governor Mervyn King called for a "decisive restructuring" of state-controlled lender Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC (RBS.LN), a move like...

  5. Paulson Says U.S. Government Faces 'Debt Bomb'

    Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said Thursday the U.S. government faces a "debt bomb" that can only be confronted if political leaders make changes to e...

  6. Lloyds Chief Executive in Line for GBP4 Million Bonus -Report

    The chief executive of Lloyds Banking Group PLC (LYG) is on track for a 4 million pound ($6.45 million) bonus this year after hitting performance-related targets in ...

  7. What Is the Value of an Academy Award

    Goldderby.com’s Tom O’Neil on the economic impact of an Oscar.

  8. Japan's Abe heaps pressure on BOJ to set 2 percent inflation target

    Japan's next premier, Shinzo Abe, renewed pressure on the central bank to adopt a 2 percent inflation target, saying that he will try to revise a law guaranteeing it...

  9. Japan Abe aide: No need to revise Bank of Japan law if it meets expectations

    An aide to Japan's next Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Friday that there would be no need to revise the Bank of Japan law as long as the central bank met the part...

  10. More Women the Merrier in Government?

    Independent Women's Forum Executive Director Sabrina Schaeffer discusses whether the increase in women in the House will improve legislation.

  11. Sen. Hatch: A Huge Number of Small Businesses Will be Hit by This

    Sen. Orrin Hatch, (R-Utah), on the potential impact on small businesses of efforts to raise taxes as part of a fiscal cliff deal.

  12. BOJ rift surfaces over easing as political debate heats up

    A split within the Bank of Japan was laid bare on Monday, with newcomers to its board pressing to strengthen commitment to an ultra-loose policy, as pressure on the ...

  1. Obama Administration not challenged enough?

    Tripp Scott President Ed Pozzuoli on the Obama Administration.

  2. UK unemployment hits five-year low

    Alpari’s Craig Erlam on the European markets.

  3. Henry Schein CEO on health-care reform

    Henry Schein CEO Stan Bergman on ObamaCare’s impact on business.

  4. On Election Day: A Look at ObamaCare and Small Business

    What is top-of-mind for business owners this Election Day?

  5. Exclusive: Intellectual Ventures faces novel attack on patent business

    SAN FRANCISCO/ WILMINGTON, Delaware (Reuters) - Seven years ago, Intellectual Ventures bought a patent on technology that helps detect malicious software embedded in...

  6. Here are the Prices for New Health-Care Exchanges

    Americans will pay an average premium of $328 monthly for a mid-tier health insurance plan when the Obamacare health exchanges open for enrollment next week, and mos...

  7. CBS Reaches Expanded Deal With Verizon

    CBS (NYSE:CBS), still in the middle of a dispute with Time Warner Cable (NYSE:TWC), announced on Thursday a new carriage agreement that includes wider distribution o...

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