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Think you have the dirt on inequality in America? Jeffrey Rudolph, a college accounting professor in Montreal, has crafted an extensive quiz stocked full of hard facts and figures from a range of authoritative sources that cuts through the myth and lies thrown up by America's leading misinformers. (more)

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Big banking execs on Wall Street might have noticed a slight pinch in their cash bonuses last year, but that doesn't mean those clever business minds didn't find a way to make up for it through other financial channels.

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An international panel of banking regulators from 27 nations is aiming to crack down on outlandish pay packages for industry executives by proposing a new set of rules that call for more transparency and, wonder of wonders, some correlation between .

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Bill Clinton and now big business -- all in a week's work for President Obama in his ambitious push to improve relations with parties with whom he'd at least appeared to be at odds since he took office.

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Poland's presidential election is finally under way following the death of the country's last president, Lech Kaczynski, in a plane crash two months ago. Acting President Bronislaw Komorowski was the favorite going in, expected to defeat the late president's twin brother, Jaroslaw Kaczynski.

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Step right up and you'll see spectacles that will amaze from Tuesday's face-off between senators and Goldman Sachs boss men, such as the awesome Fabrice Tourre denying "categorically" that he misled clients by selling them mysterious bundled financial entities tied to doomed mortgages.

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While serving time in a Peruvian clink, Ex-President Alberto Fujimori found time in his schedule to be convicted of corruption. The sentence handed down in his fourth and final trial on charges of illegal activity in office calls for extending his jail stay by six years.

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Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is being tried on charges of corruption that allegedly occurred while he was Jerusalem's mayor and later a Cabinet member. Olmert maintains his innocence, claiming a three-year smear campaign forced him to resign as prime minister a year ago.

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