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Spain toughens up on financial criminals

When Carmelo Aured, developer and former mayor of the Spanish town of La Muela, went to his 2012 sentencing for dodging €734,666 (about $930,000) in taxes in 2004 and 2005, he had reason to think that he could pay his fines and go home. 738 more words


Prepare Your Business For Anything #4: What if customer data is stolen?

Last week we covered different security measures to prevent important private data from being stolen. However, no matter how much effort you put into protecting your customers, someone could still get ahold of their information. 394 more words


Stay On Top Of Your Money In Just A Few Minutes Everyday

For people who lead busy lives, managing the family finances may be just one of many important jobs to do. Fortunately taking care of your personal wealth can take less time than you might think. 665 more words


Evenflo Recalls 202,000 Child Safety Seats by CHRISTOPHER JENSEN

Nicky Kundnani recommends New York Times’ new Business Day article

After being pressured by federal regulators, the company recalled rear-facing infant seats because of a faulty buckle. 13 more words


Big Deal: Pieds-à-Terre Owners Dominate Some New York Buildings

The Census Bureau tracks vacancy rates to find out who lives in Manhattan full time.

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Compuware Net On Continuing Operations Flat

DETROIT — In what may be its last fiscal year as a publicly traded company, Compuware Corp. (Nasdaq: CPWR) reported lower net income on a slight decline in revenue for its second fiscal quarter ended Sept. 389 more words


In Mexico, an Embattled Governor Resigns by RANDAL C. ARCHIBOLD


The leader of the southern Mexico state where 43 college students have gone missing stepped down on Thursday under pressure from his own party. 12 more words

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