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UBS trading pains
UBS feels the pressure of the loss considering it had overhauled its risk management system after losing $50 billion in securities three years ago. Investors had given the bank a hard time after its near collapse in the 2008 financial crisis. Read more at The Wall Street Journal.
RIM's slippery slope
Research In Motion 's
But RIM is hoping its new generation of BlackBerry phones -- the first in a year -- will take market share from both Apple and other companies using Google's
Yahoo! gets bidders
As more bidders circle over Yahoo!
Goldman closes Global Alpha fund
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