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U.S. mountain guides balance many demands

NEW PALTZ, N.Y. — Succeeding in the business of guiding clients up sheer cliffs or into untamed backcountry is a balancing act that demands the entrepreneurial spirit of a dot-com startup, the patience of a first-grade teacher and the physical ...

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Third-quarter profit, revenue drop at Daily Record’s parent

A slowdown in foreclosures across the nation spurred a drop in profit and revenue for The Dolan Company, the parent company of The Daily Record, in the third quarter of 2011. Minnesota-based Dolan reported net income of $3.08 million for ...

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Ex-Goldman board member pleads not guilty in insider trading case

NEW YORK — A former board member of Goldman Sachs and Procter & Gamble pleaded not guilty Wednesday to federal charges accusing him of acting as “the illegal eyes and ears in the boardroom” for a friend, a billionaire hedge ...

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Anti-Wall Streeters inspire Halloween costumes

NEW YORK — Dressed as protesters, complete with toy megaphone, Mitch Robinson and his wife unrolled a sleeping bag and “occupied” their friends’ Halloween party. Unlike the real-life Occupy Wall Street demonstrators, they had a detailed, numbered list of demands ...

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Stocks fall as hopes for Europe debt deal falter

NEW YORK — Stocks are falling in midday trading following poor corporate earnings and reports that a key meeting between finance ministers in Europe has been cancelled. Manufacturing leader 3M cut its 2011 earnings forecast, and U.S. Steel warned that ...

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