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Nielsen’s stock jumps 9.8 percent as IPO opens

NEW YORK CITY — Shares of TV ratings and consumer research company Nielsen Holdings B.V. are up 9.8 percent on Wednesday after the company priced its initial public offering at a higher-than-expected $23 per share.

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LI businessman pleads guilty in $413M Ponzi scheme

CENTRAL ISLIP — A New York businessman nicknamed a "mini-Madoff" because he was arrested only weeks after the billion-dollar swindler, pleaded guilty Friday to charges he orchestrated a $413 million Ponzi scheme that victimized thousands of investors.

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Dollar sees big gains

NEW YORK CITY — The dollar turned higher Tuesday as investors pondered how big an expected program from the Federal Reserve will be. The dollar has declined sharply over the past two months because investors expect ...

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LLCs are proving to be a tax liability

One tiny law within the voluminous New York tax code is proving true the old axiom, “No good deed goes unpunished.” The law states that any member of a limited liability company, even if he or she is just an investor who supplied a small amount of seed money ...

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