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The Backlash Against Sheryl Sandberg Is Already Starting

Although Sheryl Sandberg's manifesto, Lean In, was just published Monday, it already is generating a torrent of debate -- much of it among female professionals who complain they feel left out of Sandberg's vision of success in the corporate world.

Happy Fifth Anniversary, Great Recession!

According to the National Bureau of Economic Records, December 2007 is the when the Great Recession began. Five years later, the economy still hasn't recovered. DailyFinance takes a look back.

U.S. Economic Recovery Is Weakest Since World War II

Since World War II, 10 U.S. recessions have been followed by a recovery that lasted at least three years. An Associated Press analysis shows that by just about any measure, the one that began in June 2009 is the weakest.

Bankers Agree: 'Too Big to Fail' Has Failed

Maybe if we called it "2B2F," it would have been more popular. But lacking the street cred of a cool nickname, the idea "too big to fail" is beginning to lose popularity in America -- even among some of the country's most famous bankers

Is Another Banking Crisis Staring America in the Face?

Recent stress tests on America's big banks reveal that the financial crisis is far from over. While the "too big to fails" are in better shape than they were in 2008, there's still "room for improvement at virtually every firm."

'Money Protecting' Investment Carries Hidden Risks

Structured securities products are bonds backed by stocks that allow investors to hedge their risks using options. In theory, this complex sounding setup can provide predictable returns and protection from volatile markets. There's only one catch: SSPs are often a bad idea for most investors.

Are Wall Streeters Just Like Us? One Trader Tells All

Wall Street trader Jared Dillian was an outsider whose hard work won him entry to the storied investment bank Lehman Brothers. But as his gripping and admirably candid memoir, "Street Freak," shows, even when you walk among the financial giants, you hit the ground hard when you fall.