The phrase "job-killing regulation" has become a standard part of the political lexicon this campaign season, most often used to disparage President Barack Obama's energy and environmental policies.
Facebook Inc.’s purchase of messaging startup WhatsApp Inc., which carries a $2 billion breakup fee, will probably avoid a U.S. antitrust challenge because of the dynamic market for mobile applications.
Neil Barofsky , who said last month he would resign as special inspector general for the Troubled Asset Relief Program, will become a senior fellow at New York University School of Law on April 1.
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