December 11, 2012: 5:36 PM ET
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McDonald's gives Charles Ramsey free food for a year
Doomsday investors betting on market crash
Where your donation dollars go
World stock markets to grind higher
The 'chicken poop' credit and other bad tax breaks
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MassMutual CEO on entitlement spending
CEO Roger Crandall thinks that means-testing and older retirement ages are inevitable, but that its unlikely entitlements for the less affluent will be touched.
How MassMutual prepares for bond bubble
CEO Roger Crandall thinks rates will remain low, but says MassMutual has diversified its portfolio to protect against any changes.
MassMutual sees growth in emerging markets
CEO Roger Crandall says emerging economies like China are prime growth targets.
Young people spooked by stock market
Roger Crandall says that baby boomers will have to keep working into retirement and that young people have been scared off by the stock market.
Dimon's victory may be taxpayers' regret
John A. Byrne
Wharton takes top exec MBA honors
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Health care reform's unexpected victims
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Katherine Reynolds Lewis
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