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What to Watch This Week: Funds, 'Flix, Photocopies and Freshmen

This week on Wall Street, everyone will be watching Netflix; mutual funds will talk assets under management; we'll see earnings from some stock freshmen; NFL teams will pick their own fresh stock; and a few companies are likely to issue deja vu quarterly reports.

You May Still Have Time to Spend 2011 FSA Money

The benefit of a Flexible Spending Account is obvious: Using pre-tax dollars to pay for health or child care expenses can save you a fortune. The risk is that if you don't spend the cash, you lose it. But you may have more time to do that than you thought.

Son of a 'Kodak Man' Recalls the Good Times and Bad

Once, Kodak was one of the world's most recognized brands -- it's little yellow film boxes were everywhere. Now the the film is a relic, and the company that benignly ruled Rochester, N.Y., for a century is in Chapter 11. A Kodak kid reminisces:

The Most Powerful Women in Business

From PepsiCo to Avon to Xerox, these women are responsible for some of the biggest companies and brands that consumers touch and feel everyday. And this year, there's a new No. 1 on Fortune's list of the most powerful women.

Corporate Karma: Better Benefits, Better Businesses

What's the secret to good worker attendance, retention, productivity, and the ability to attract top-notch recruits? Employee benefits. Which companies thrive and grow their businesses faster than their peers? Same answer: Those that offer better benefits to their workers.

Become a Millionaire on a Minimum-Wage Salary

No, it's not easy, but if Grace Groner -- a secretary for 43 years -- could pull off the even more astonishing feat of amassing a $7 million fortune, then it is within the realm of possibility. In fact, Groner's strategy is about the only one with a shot at success. Read on to find out what she did.

7 Possible Replacements for Timothy Geithner

News reports said Treasury Secretary Geithner wanted to leave his post once debt negotiations were complete. With that milestone past, speculation now turns toward potential successors. The stakes are high, with unemployment at 9.2% and partisan theatrics as melodramatic as ever. Here are seven candidates that the president might do well to consider.

Will Jeff Immelt Be Larry Summers' Replacement?

In theory, the role of the director of the White House National Economic Council is to present the president with an unbiased range of economic opinions. Larry Summers didn't do that -- he promoted his own views instead. But what will his successor do -- and will it make any difference?

Xerox Doubling Advertising Spending to Promote Business Services

Xerox Corp. (XRX) plans to double its advertising spending in a bid to promote its business-services unit. The campaign, scheduled to begin on Sept. 7, will show clients including Target Corp. and The New York Mets hiring Xerox for tasks such as automating invoices and customizing direct mail programs, Bloomberg News reported. The company did not give details on how much would be spent.