By SUSAN DOMINUS (NYT)
How a $6 billion mistake took down the most powerful woman on Wall Street.
By JOHN SCHWARTZ (NYT)
Buffeted by a flagging economy, and bemused by incomprehensible markets, a writer is left to consider his words’ true value.
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By MIKI TANIKAWA (NYT)
As Japan becomes less of a player on the world stage, the University of Tokyo is trying to strengthen its reputation as a globally relevant institute of higher learning.
By NATHANIEL POPPER and BEN PROTESS (NYT)
The Securities and Exchange Commission is paying a trading firm for software that will give the agency its first real-time window on an increasingly sophisticated stock market.