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Morning meeting: Bees as masters of risk management

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Decentralized decision-making, a lack of quarterly targets and careful avoidance of the "too big to fail" syndrome are on display in every beehive.

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Red faces at Knight Capital
Knight Capital Group Inc. is attempting to explain its trading errors that have resulted in a pre-tax loss of approximately $440-million.

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