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By Tom Fitton
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Topic - Goldman Sachs
Which world leader holds the distinction of making the "greatest economic statement of all time"? According to Warren Buffett, it's George W. Bush.
Twenty-two financial institutions have applied to help underwrite the $498 million taxpayer share of the new Minnesota Vikings stadium.
Investors kept their focus on Washington on Monday, sending stocks lower with little hope for a deal to end the government shutdown.
The Obama bonanza is reserved for the very rich and the very poor
It was supposed to make the stock market run smoother and more efficiently. But the near-total computerization of stock trading in the U.S. led once again to a huge technical glitch that, for three hours on Thursday, stopped trading altogether on the Nasdaq Stock Market, with investors unable to buy or sell a long list of heavily traded tech stocks from Apple to Facebook.
The stock market nudged higher Tuesday, putting it on track for a fourth day of gains, as investors waited for more quarterly results from companies.
Lon Snowden’s anguish over his son, Edward Snowden, is turning into something else he didn’t expect: disillusion with a government he once proudly served. “I’m an American citizen who has lost faith in many of the leaders on both sides of the political aisle,” Mr. Snowden said during an interview with The Washington Times.
Britain is preparing to privatize its postal service, the origins of which date to 1516, in a series of efforts to lower the budget deficit.
Gold's rise seemed unstoppable at one point, but millions of fanatics got a jolt last month when the market posted its biggest collapse in 30 years, including a 9 percent one-day drop to less than $1,400 on April 15.
Funny man David Letterman wants to be an ambassador. Seriously. He particularly would like to be the U.S. envoy to Canada.
Entertainment finance firm Content Partners has purchased a 50 percent stake in the "CSI" television franchise from a Goldman Sachs affiliate.
The world's corporate giants are throwing their weight behind gay marriage by signing a brief to the Supreme Court that equal rights for gays under the law is good for big business.
Meredith Corp., the publisher of magazines such as Better Homes and Gardens and Fitness, is in early talks with Time Warner Inc. about buying several magazines from it, including People, InStyle and Real Simple, according to published reports.
A "serious buyer" is talking with Time Warner to buy several magazines from it, including People, InStyle and Real Simple, according to a Fortune magazine report.
Meredith Corp., the publisher of magazines such as Better Homes and Gardens and Fitness, is talking with Time Warner about buying several magazines from it, including People, InStyle and Real Simple, according to a Fortune magazine report.