A person walks by the New York Stock Exchange on Jan. 27, 2014 in New York City.
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Business latest: A more ethical Wall Street?

 

WILL THE NEXT GEN OF WALL STREET BE MORE ETHICAL?: David Kudla, CEO of Mainstay Capital and executive director of the RISE Forum, the largest world conference aimed at educating college students preparing to enter the financial industry, gives his views on how the Great Recession and financial crisis tarnished the industry’s image and what he and other industry leaders are doing to mentor a new more responsible and ethical generation. Read more

HOW WE WILL LIVE:  More green, more urban and more efficient. The neighborhoods of 2039 will feel more like cityscapes with environmentally friendly, energy efficient amenities and people living closer to their jobs.  Watch more

EXPORTING ALFALFA: In the Imperial Valley of California there’s plenty of water (they get it from the Colorado River) and they’re growing alfalfa and exporting instead of selling it to needy California cattle and dairymen. Read more

STOCKS LOWER FOR SECOND DAY; NASDAQ SLAMMED AS BIOTECH WEIGHS: Read more

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Business latest: A more ethical Wall Street?