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Credit Suisse CEO pay falls after shareholder mutiny
Credit Suisse Chief Executive Tidjane Thiam earned slightly less in 2017 during his third year on the job, as shareholder scrutiny during the final stages of a major overhaul dampened executive pay. Thiam earned 9.7 million Swiss francs ($10.26 million ...
Credit Suisse CEO Tidjane Thiam Awarded $10 Million as Strategic Shift Starts to Pays OffWall Street Journal
Thiam's earnings dip as Credit Suisse overhauls executive payReuters
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High school students flocking to dual credit programs
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SPRINGFIELD — Students in high schools across the state are earning college credit and saving money thanks to dual credit opportunities. The Illinois Community College Board said that in the last year alone, more than 57,000 high school student were ...


Currency and Credit Markets Take Trade Tensions Mostly in Stride
Global equity markets freaked out as the Trump administration ratcheted up protectionist rhetoric this week. Currencies and credit had more nuanced reactions. Treasuries had a measured response to the tariff talk between the U.S. and China, while ...

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4 Reasons to Stay Away From Credit Cards
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If there's one thing credit cards have going for them, it's convenience. Rather than have to constantly hit the ATM and load up on cash, with a credit card, all you need to do is whip out a piece of plastic and charge your way through life. Don't have ...

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Iranian hackers stealing and "taking credit" for our work, FBI deputy ...
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WASHINGTON -- Federal prosecutors slapped criminal charges on nine Iranians Friday. The men are accused of hacking to steal scientific research and other information from more than 300 universities and private companies. The men, now wanted by the FBI ...

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5 Reasons It Pays to Use a Credit Card
I'm a huge believer in choosing credit cards based on what rewards they offer. For some, airline miles are the best perk they can imagine from a card, and there are plenty of card companies willing to give you miles for your purchases. Cold hard cash ...

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Cleveland's nuCLEus project appears to be target of proposed tax credit for 'transformational' deals
CLEVELAND, Ohio - A new state tax credit being considered by the General Assembly appears tailor-made for a downtown Cleveland project - the high-rise nuCLEus development in the Gateway District. House Bill 469 would create a tax credit for ...
With Massive Potential State Tax Credit, nuCLEus Could Be BackCleveland Scene

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A third of credit card holders who loaned out their card got stiffed
Sometimes the only sensible answer you can give is no. A survey commissioned by CreditCards.com of more than 2,200 people found that about half had loaned their credit card to someone they knew -- and a third of those lenders got stuck paying the bill ...

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Chinese consumers are increasingly preferring to buy domestic: Credit Suisse
Chinese consumers, especially the younger ones, increasingly favor local brands, a Credit Suisse survey has found. The bank, which released the Emerging Consumer Survey report Wednesday, found 19 percent of Chinese consumers surveyed saying local ...
Credit Suisse's Love for Tech Stocks Unfazed by Facebook CrisisBloomberg

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