Corporate insiders are aggressively selling their shares, and Mark Hulbert writes, this should be worrisome to stock investors. See full story.So God made a banker
God said, �I need someone who doesn�t grow anything or make anything but who will borrow money from the public at 0% interest and then lend it back to the public at 2% or 5% or 10% and pay himself a bonus for doing so.� See full story.Why Qualcomm picked Taiwan over U.S.
The U.S. is failing to exert its weight in the fierce global competition for business and jobs, executives say. Without more help from Washington, the U.S. will lose out to upstart nations that do a better job wooing international business. See full story.Michael Dell: What�s in it for him?
Michael Dell, who started his company by selling PCs out of his dorm room, takes another step in his transformation from bad boy to battle-hardened tech veteran. See full story.5 tax breaks on the chopping block
As Congress wrangles over the deficit, these deductions may get the ax. The tax hikes passed to solve the fiscal-cliff mess won�t raise enough revenue to keep the nation�s budget woes in check. But rather than raise rates further, President Obama hinted Sunday that lawmakers� next round of deficit-reduction talks will likely revolve around closing tax loopholes and eliminating deductions. See full story.MARKETWATCH PERSONAL FINANCE
When they file their returns this year, some Americans will get a medical bill with their tax bill. See full story.