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Ex-Jefferies trader appeals fraud conviction


Ex-Jefferies Managing Director Jesse Litvak, the only person convicted of fraud in connection with a U.S. program that used bailout funds to spur investment in mortgage-backed securities, filed court papers starting his appeal.

Will robots take our jobs? Experts can't decide


Experts are divided over the role of robots over the next decade, with some arguing that they will create more jobs than they displace, and others worrying that they could lead to income inequality and a breakdown in social order.



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More dark pool investigations expected on Wall St

Additional actions are likely against private trading venues run by some of Wall Street’s biggest banks, the nation’s top securities regulator and New York state’s attorney general said today as they announced record settlements with two global banks over their so-called dark pools.