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  1. Bankers Whine That Elizabeth Warren Is Being Mean To ThemRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Crooks and Liars

    What a bunch of whiny ass titty babies these guys are. Call the waaahmbulance, because Senator Warren doesn't kiss the ground Wall Street bankers walk on.

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  2. Ted Cruz makes first campaign appearance as presidential candidate in New HampshireRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Sen. Ted Cruz hit the campaign trail as a presidential candidate for the first time Friday, proclaiming himself an optimistic, maverick outsider who will shake up Washington. Cruz , speaking at a rally at a VFW hall here and later at a dinner of young conservatives in Nashua, reprised one of the themes of his speech announcing his run Monday -- "reigniting the promise of America" -- and said the way to do that is by bringing back jobs after six years of stagnation.

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  3. Upset by Warren's calls for break-ups, U.S. banks debate halting some Senate campaign donationsRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | The Japan Times

    Big Wall Street banks are so upset with Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren's call for them to be broken up that some have discussed withholding campaign donations to Senate Democrats in symbolic protest, sources said. Representatives from Citigroup, JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs and Bank of America have met to discuss ways to urge Democrats, including Warren and Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown, to soften their party's tone toward Wall Street, sources said.

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  4. ACA Financial Asks N.Y.'s Top Court to Revive Goldman Suit Over AbacusRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Insurance Journal West

    ACA Financial Guaranty Corp. urged New York's top court to reinstate a suit accusing Goldman Sachs Group Inc. of conspiring to force it to insure an investment that led to a $550 million settlement with regulators. Goldman failed to disclose the "essential fact" that billionaire John Paulson and his hedge fund were short sellers of the securities in the collateralized debt obligation known as Abacus, while telling the bond insurer they were betting the portfolio would succeed, Mark Kasowitz, a lawyer representing ACA, told the state Court of Appeals Thursday in Albany.

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  5. Pebble hires firm to review EPA actionsRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | KTOO-TV Juneau

    The group behind the proposed Pebble Mine has hired a consulting firm to review whether the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency "acted fairly" in evaluating potential large-scale mining in the Bristol Bay region. Pebble Limited Partnership spokesman Mike Heatwole said Pebble hired The Cohen Group because it was not certain that the various reviews of what it believes was EPA's "misconduct" will be as thorough and comprehensive as Pebble thinks necessary.

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  6. Chevron seeks to sellout stake in Caltex AustraliaRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Big News Network.com

    SYDNEY/ WASHINGTON - Chevron Global Energy Inc, the wholly owned subsidiary of US energy giant Chevron Corporation, Friday announced plans to sell off its 50 percent stake holding in petrol station operator Caltex Australia for a reported A$4.6 billion , ending months of speculation. The US oil and gas company revealed that it has entered into an underwriting agreement for the sale of its 50 percent shareholding in Caltex Australia Limited , ending its long-standing investment in oil products marketing in Australia.

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  7. Elizabeth Warren Fires Back After Wall Street ThreatsRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Switched

    Sen. Elizabeth Warren has a blunt message for the big Wall Street banks that may withhold campaign donations to Senate Democrats in hopes of quieting her calls to break up the banks. Warren has been a vocal advocate for reigning in big banks that she says wield too much power in Washington after their recklessness triggered the 2008 financial meltdown.

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  8. Bigwigs won't be held to account in tax avoidance inquiryRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    In Washington, they haul the bigwigs up to Capitol Hill for congressional hearings. Nobody is immune from scrutiny, whether the bosses at Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan or Apple chief Tim Cook, compelled to defend his company's "tax gimmickry" before a sardonic Carl Levin.

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  9. Elizabeth Warren Launches Counteroffensive Against CitigroupRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Just hours after Reuters reported that Citigroup and other banks are debating whether to halt some of their own donations, Senator Elizabeth Warren is calling on her followers to make up the difference. Citing "concerns that Senate Democrats could give Warren and lawmakers who share her views more power," Citigroup has already decided for now to withhold donations to the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, sources inside the bank told Reuters.

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  10. Wall Street's political shakedown: We'll stop funding...Read the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Salon

    If ever you doubted that our obscene campaign finance regime constitutes a form of legalized bribery, consider this: Reuters reports today that officials at top Wall Street banks recently convened to discuss how they could convince Democrats "to soften their party's tone" toward the financial industry, and among the options now under consideration is halting campaign donations to Senate Democrats unless they rein in progressive populists like Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Sherrod Brown .

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  11. A Wall Street stara s incredible journeyRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | The Miami Herald

    Julissa Arce was once a rising star in Wall Street, selling investment products to wealthy people from a desk at Goldman Sachs. But the secret she could share with no one gnawed at her.

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  12. Goldman Sachs Junk-Bond Trader Jeff Psaki Said to Have Left BankRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Jeff Psaki, a high-yield-bond trader at Goldman Sachs Group Inc., left the bank, according to two people familiar with the move. Psaki, a managing director at the New York-based company, departed this week, said one of the people, who asked not to be identified because they aren't authorized to speak publicly.

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  13. Scott Walker Didn't Walk Back Immigration CommentsRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Accuracy In Media

    Reports are flying around that at a New Hampshire dinner, potential GOP presidential nominee Scott Walker had walked back his comments on immigration and enforcement. But, his camp disputes that claim .

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  14. Nice little democracy you have there ...Read the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Wilson's Almanac

    Big Wall Street banks are so upset with Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren's call for them to be broken up that some have discussed withholding campaign donations to Senate Democrats in symbolic protest, sources familiar with the discussions said. Representatives from Citigroup, JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs and Bank of America, have met to discuss ways to urge Democrats, including Warren and Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown, to soften their party's tone toward Wall Street, sources familiar with the discussions said this week.

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  15. Upset by Senator Warren, Banks Debate Halting Campaign DonationsRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | News Max

    Big Wall Street banks are so upset with U.S. Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren's call for them to be broken up that some have discussed withholding campaign donations to Senate Democrats in symbolic protest, sources familiar with the discussions said. Representatives from Citigroup, JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs and Bank of America, have met to discuss ways to urge Democrats, including Warren and Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown, to soften their party's tone toward Wall Street, sources familiar with the discussions said this week.

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  16. Think Bigger: Social Entrepreneurship's Critical Need for AcceleratorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Entrepreneur Magazine

    Prossy Sebunya has a passion for clean cook stoves -- a technology that's critical in third-world countries, where fuel is an expensive commodity, wood fires lead to deforestation and unhealthy conditions prevent sanitary food preparation. She's a social entrepreneur with the goal of spreading these stoves throughout Uganda.

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  17. Career Change Through Entrepreneurship: Pharmaceutical Executive Enters The Doughnut BusinessRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Forbes.com

    Caroline Ceniza-Levine is co-founder of SixFigureStartA career coaching. She has worked with executives from American Express, Goldman Sachs, CondA Nast, Gilt, eBay, Google, McKinsey, and other leading firms.

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  18. Wall Street Firms Threatens Democratic Party After Call To Break Them UpRead the original story

    Yesterday | Fire Dog Lake

    The Too Big To Fail banks are none too pleased with Senator Elizabeth Warren's call to break them up so they no longer pose a systemic risk to the financial system and economy. According to a report Reuters , the banksters are now telling officials in the Democratic Party that they will withhold campaign contributions if the party does not distance itself from progressive positions on financial reform.

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  19. Banks could stop donationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Reuters

    Big banks are so mad at Sen. Elizabeth Warren they're considering not giving money to Senate Democrats. Fred Katayama reports.

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  20. Oaktree-Backed Insurer Seeks $2 Billion, IPO Within Five YearsRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Washington Post

    Oaktree Capital Group LLC is among investors backing a Bermuda insurance venture that's seeking to raise $2 billion with plans for an initial public offering within five years. Fidelis Insurance Holdings Ltd. is led by Richard Brindle, the former chief executive officer of Lancashire Holdings Ltd., according to a document from New York-based Goldman Sachs Group Inc. pitching the venture to investors.

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