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Money Markets in 1979, the brokerage giant was last among the six major houses that marketed the short-term corporate notes known as commercial paper. Since then, while rising to become the unit’s executive vice president, Fuscone has helped steer the firm into the top position...

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How to deliver bad financial news

Announcing lousy results is never a day at the beach. Whether you’re addressing the board or employees, here’s how to do it right. (Fortune) — Dear Annie: I am second-in-command at a small division of a huge company. We always have a quarterly meeting with employees, and another with the board of directors, to talk about...

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