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The Man Who Saves CEOs Billions in Taxes

From Adelson to Zuckerberg, CEOs everywhere are using these techniques from estate-planning pioneer Richard Covey to avoid paying billions of dollars in taxes.

P&G Brings Back Lafley as CEO

Consumer-products giant Procter & Gamble brings back its former CEO, A.G. Lafley, a 33-year industry veteran, who left in 2009.

5 Winners and Losers of the Week in Business

From sluggish PC sales to Facebook regaining an important advertiser to a department store chain finally ousting its inept CEO, here are the wonders and blunders of the week.

Founders Taking Their Firms Private: A New Wall Street Trend?

Barnes & Noble's Leonard Riggio, Dell's Michael Dell and Best Buy's Richard Schulze each want to save the troubled companies they founded from the pains of publicly traded life. But is this trend powered by sound thinking, or wishful thinking?

Apple's Scary Stock Ride: Why the 'Jockey' Really Matters

Apple has been one of the world's most innovative companies, revolutionizing our lives -- and charging a premium to do it. Now, its stock has been on a six-month downward run, and understanding the real reason why might help guide your other investment choices.

JCPenney Took Some Giant Steps Back; Now Customers Are Confused

When Ron Johnson took over as CEO of JCPenney in January, his mantra was "no more coupons." But since the retailer switched to a model of everyday low prices without constant promotions, comparable-store sales have fallen 20 percent, and JCPenney has started to backtrack.