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Jefferies Sues Cantor For Stealing Dozens Of Employees

For years, "less than bulge bracket" bank Jefferies was best known for poaching (disgruntled) bankers from its competitors, and did so with gusto. It now turns out that the Dick Handler-headed bank is far less happy when it is on the receiving end.

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"It's Worse Than It Has Ever Been": Venice Beach Residents Rebel As Homeless Crisis Intensifies

As skyrocketing property prices have led to an explosion of economic inequality, California has been struggling with a burgeoning homelessness crisis as the rate of newly-minted homeless has doubled since the financial crisis. And while not every homeless person lives in an encampment on Skid Row, the growing scourge of these encampments led the city of LA late last year to double its appropriations for services to meet the needs of the homeless population, as the rate of crimes and public nuisances like discarded syringes and human feces has stoked a quality of life crisis in rapidly gentrifying neighborhoods like Venice Beach.

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Small Caps Surge To Best Start In 30 Years After Record China Liquidity Injection

According to Bloomberg data this is the best start to a year for the Russell 2000 in at least 30 years...

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AG Nominee Barr May Swing Anti-Trust Hammer At Amazon, Facebook And Google

President Trump's nominee for Attorney General, William Barr, signaled during his confirmation hearing on Tuesday that he may put the screws to tech monopolies. 

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