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$7 billion just ‘the cost of doing business’

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Andrew Ross Sorkin, New York Times columnist and author of "Too Big to Fail," talks with Steve Kornacki about why the Justice Department's settlement with Citigroup is not a case of justice served.

Starting a new business, every week

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In NewsNation’s series, “Born in the USA,” Tamron Hall takes a look at “52 Businesses” ( http://www.52businesses.com/) that helps people start a new business each week for a year.

Hobby Lobby’s victory for big business

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The impact of the SCOTUS Hobby Lobby ruling could have a far greater impact, giving new powers to corporations. Ari Melber, Goldie Taylor and Burt Neuborne discuss the future legal implications.

TheGrio’s financial forum: Good credit leads to financial independence

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When you fire up the barbeque grills, toss out those beach towels or gaze at fireworks this Fourth of July weekend, consider the many things that would make Independence Day feel truly “independent.” For many African Americans, the weight of financial debt and fiscal insecurity is like a yoke around our necks, dragging down our hopes, dreams and neighborhoods.

TheGrio celebrates your financial independence

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theGRIO SERIES - As we go into the week of Independence Day celebrations, it is important to be aware that freedom is not only political and religious, it is also financial.

President Obama’s unfinished business

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Chris Hayes and panel discuss what major initiatives remain on President Obama’s docket, and whether or not he has time to complete them.

How to fix Google’s dismal diversity issue

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OPINION - As Google mentioned, yes, there is a pipeline issue with adding more diversity. However, when will the argument go beyond that “safe” statement and include tangible strategies to ensure the tech landscape is more diverse?

Modi a ‘calculated risk,’ says Indian business leader

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India is taking a “calculated risk” with the election of Narendra Modi as prime minister, Indian business leader and public intellectual Gurcharan Das told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on Monday. “It’s obviously a risk you take when you bring in a strong person. But I believe that India has enough constraints of a pugnacious press, a fiercely independent judicial system, and a disobedient people, that I think the chances of getting a dictator are diminished as a result of some of these.” Modi, leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party, claimed victory in a landslide election last Friday. He has drawn praise for the economic revitalization of Gujarat, his home state, but criticism over his Hindu nationalism and alleged role in anti-Muslim mob violence a decade ago, when he was chief minister of Gujarat. Das voted for Modi, but says the decision “took a lot of agonizing.” “I feel he’s grown. I hope he has grown. And I feel we are taking a risk, but it’s a calculated risk that the country is taking.”

Breaking down the reported ‘Beats’ Apple deal

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theGRIO VIDEO - Last week, the Financial Times broke the news that Beats Entertainment, the headphones and music service, owned by Dr. Dre and business partner, Jimmy Iovine, were in the process of being acquired by Apple for the sum of 3.2 billion dollars...

theGrio and CNBC Market Update: 04/26/14

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Business leaders come out against TPP

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Ford and other big corporations voice their major concerns against the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership, while Pres. Obama continues his trip to Asia. Ed Schultz and Lori Wallach discuss.

theGrio and CNBC Market Update: 4/18/14

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VIDEO - Consumer Prices edged up in March due to higher food prices, and new claims for jobless benefits rose by 2,000 to 304,000, near a 7 year low...

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