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"The best way to take care of a family is to put money in the hands of the parents and let them decide what to do," Cantor Fitzgerald CEO Howard Lutnick says of the $10 million worth of $1,000 debit cards his company is giving to Superstorm Sandy victims in 19 schools. (Associated Press)

"The best way to take care of a family is to put money in the hands of the parents and let them decide what to do," Cantor Fitzgerald CEO Howard Lutnick says of the $10 million worth of $1,000 debit cards his company is giving to Superstorm Sandy victims in 19 schools. (Associated Press)

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