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Fewer NYers get health care through job

ALBANY — The proportion of New Yorkers with health insurance provided by their employers has plummeted, according to a new study. At the same time, government-subsidized care is taking on a record load, slowing the state’s economic recovery and likely leaving more families uncovered for at least months.

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Feds turn up heat on Wall Street

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Federal investigators have turned up the heat on Wall Street, raiding three hedge funds in what one of the targets called a wide-ranging probe of insider trading. The FBI on Monday searched the New York offices of Level Global Investors LP ...

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Saudi billionaire buys 1 percent stake in GM

CAIRO — Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal says he has invested $500 million in General Motors, the U.S. auto giant whose shares returned to trading last week after its bankruptcy and bailout by Washington.

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What are the hot legal practice areas?

Even though lawyer layoffs have continued, a number of practice areas are thriving - and generating more work opportunities for attorneys...

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