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  • $435,000 puts your household in rare air What does it take to make it into the top 1 percent? In 2012, it took at least $435,000 in adjusted gross income to be considered one of the fabled top 1 percent households, according to the latest data from the IRS. 4 hours ago
  • Top 1%: What they made, what they paid The income of the top 1% jumped significantly in 2012, far outpacing inflation. Not only did this group make a larger share of the country's income, their share of total taxes also jumped from 35% to 38%. 12 hours ago
  • Monday-Thursday, 5 PM ET When Ted Cruz, the junior Republican senator from Texas, tried to blow up the carefully negotiated bipartisan deal to keep the government running, he skipped the courtesy of giving the head of his own party, soon-to-be Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, any advance warning. 23 hours ago
  • Fed 'Patience' Drives Massive Stock Surge The market volatility that has rattled investors over the past month continued on Wednesday in the wake of the last Federal Reserve policy statement of 2014. Only this time, the volatility was to the upside. 1 day ago
  • Senate approves tax extenders package without Wyden The bill was the minimum lawmakers could do to prevent tax hikes for millions of individuals and businesses. 2 days ago
  • 'Temporary' Tax Extenders Sailing Through Congress Again While a lot of attention is being paid to the partisan negotiations around a spending deal for the remainder of fiscal year 2015, it appears the 113th Congress will also have one last expensive bipartisan hurrah: the tax extenders package. 1 week ago
  • Walgreen's Focus On Lowering Internal Costs Will Help Improve Its Bottom Line Walgreen's Focus On Lowering Internal Costs Will Help Improve Its Bottom Line 1 week ago
  • Japan's Otsuka to buy Avanir for $3.5 billion ahead of patent cliff (Reuters) - Japanese drugmaker Otsuka Holdings Co Ltd plans to buy U.S.-based Avanir Pharmaceuticals Inc for about $3.5 billion to expand its neurologic drug portfolio ahead of an expiration of a key drug patent. Otsuka said subsidiary Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co Ltd would pay $17 per share in cash, or a premium of 13.3 percent to Avanir's closing price on Monday. The deal, Otsuka's biggest ... 2 weeks ago
  • Mitch McConnell's big test “Does anyone down there know how to do a deal?” drawled the Senate's top Republican, Mitch McConnell, over the phone to Vice President Joe Biden. 2 weeks ago
  • Lame-Duck Action Could Add $1.5T to Long-Term Debt Largely under the radar screen, lawmakers are toying with ideas that could add as much as $1.5 trillion to the national debt in the coming decade. Washington is transfixed on President Obama's new immigration ... 3 weeks ago

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