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US economy still not firing on all cylinders

New study of corporate cash flow shows economic growth remains weak.

Supply chain and risk management far apart

Just 10 percent of companies look at risk when outsourcing production.

California court rules retailer needn't provide AEDs

Decision in Target case cites cost of making automated external defibrillators available.

More companies find themselves in SEC's financial reporting spotlight

The SEC's financial reporting and audit task force is gaining traction, according to a study by law firm Gibson Dunn.

Multinationals find some consolation on transfer pricing disputes

A survey by KPMG finds that most companies involved in transfer pricing hope an IRS "roadmap" for audits will speed the process.

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JPMorgan Chase & Co. is reportedly assembling a 150-person electronic-trading team designed to advise its own internal traders as well as its clients on electronic-trading decisions. The new group, to be called JPMorgan Execution Services, will advise clients and internal traders across asset classes, including equities, fixed income, currencies, commodities and more, according to the  Wall Street Journal, which first reported the story. 

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BlackRock plans to build a 31,000 square-foot data center in Amherst, N.Y., near Buffalo. The $80 million effort is one of the biggest development projects in the town, though other companies have built large data centers in nearby, western New York towns.